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Locations UK-Glasgow
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(05/04/2024 10:36)
  Join the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) to protect and promote the interests of tenants and others who use social housing services, such as people who may be homeless and Gypsy/Travellers.    Scottish Ministers would like to appoint one new Board member to complement the existing SHR Board team.   We value very highly the benefits of having different experience and points of view on our Board and we are keen that people from all walks of life apply. We particularly welcome applications from women, disabled people, LGBT+ people, people from ethnic minority communities and people aged under 50.   The Scottish Housing Regulator is the independent regulator of Registered Social Landlords and local authority housing services in Scotland. The Regulator has one statutory objective which is to safeguard and promote the interests of: - around 600,000 tenants who live in homes provided by social landlords; - over 120,000 owners who receive services from social landlords; - around 40,000 people and their families who experience homelessness and seek help from local authorities; - around 335 Gypsy/Traveller families who can use official sites provided by social landlords.   The Board is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of the organisation, ensuring that it achieves its statutory objective and carries out its functions effectively and efficiently. Board Members are accountable to the Scottish Parliament. Find out more about the Scottish Housing Regulator and what it does and its Regulatory Framework | Scottish Housing Regulator.
ID
2024-8650
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £185.70/Per Day
Time Commitment
52 days per year
Public Body
Scottish Housing Regulator
Locations UK-Edinburgh
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(05/04/2024 14:13)
Appointment of the Chair to the Scottish Food Commision   This is an exciting opportunity to shape and influence the development of a new public body: the Scottish Food Commission. It is expected that the Commission will be formally established by mid-2025.   The Scottish Food Commission is a new non-departmental public body that is to be established to provide an oversight role of provisions made in the Good Food Nation (Scotland) Act 2022.   As the first chair of the Scottish Food Commission, this appointment will play a crucial role in shaping the future and strategic direction of this new public body.   You will be actively involved in the recruitment of the chief executive, the first member of staff to the Scottish Food Commission, and in appointing the other members of the board.   You will work closely with the sponsor team and the chief executive, once in place, to enable the new public body to take on its statutory functions and full budgetary control once it is established.   Once the body is fully established you will be key in ensuring the Commission effectively fulfils its oversight role and provides constructive challenge, that is evidence based, to Scottish Ministers and relevant authorities in relation to their Good Food Nation Plans.   This is a high publicity role that will attract great interest from key stakeholders interested in the Scottish food system.   Remuneration and time commitment   The chair role is paid at a gross daily rate of £211 per day (7.5 hours).This role is non-pensionable. This means that there is no pension contribution paid.   We expect that the time commitment will change over the life of the body. While the body is being established and during the first months of operation more engagement will be needed – i.e. up to 80 days/year. During the establishment phase there may also be phases of increased activity.   It is likely that once the body is established the chair’s time commitment will decrease to approximately 50 days/year.   The chair’s time commitment will be reviewed on a regular basis.
ID
2024-8644
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £221.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
50 Days per year
Public Body
Scottish Food Commission
Locations UK-Edinburgh
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(02/04/2024 13:55)
Appointment of the Chair of the Scottish Agricultural Wages Board   Scottish Ministers are looking to appoint a new Chair of the Scottish Agricultural Wages Board from 1 July 2024.   Applications are invited from people with the skills and experience to help workers’ and employers’ representatives to reach fair and reasonable settlements on matters relating to agricultural wages, holiday entitlement and other relevant terms and conditions of service.   The Scottish Agricultural Wages Board is an Executive Non-Departmental Public Body set up under the Agricultural Wages (Scotland) Act 1949.  Its purpose is to make statutory Orders fixing minimum wage rates, holiday entitlement and other terms and conditions of service for workers employed in agriculture in Scotland.  The Board’s Orders are legally enforceable and the Scottish Government Rural Directorate has a duty to investigate complaints about non-compliance.  It also carries out random test inspections on agricultural holdings to ensure compliance and pursues recovery of arrears on behalf of workers.   Time Commitment and Remuneration   Remuneration is: - £278.00 Daily Rate - £139.00 Half Day Rate - £81.00 Homework Rate The role currently requires a time commitment between 10 and 16 days per annum. Depending on the demand, the time commitment could be less than stated, however, it is unlikely to be more. Reasonable expenses incurred will be reimbursed. This appointment is non-pensionable.
ID
2024-8612
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £278.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
Between 10 and 16 days per annum
Public Body
Scottish Agricultural Wages Board
Locations UK-Edinburgh
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(02/04/2024 10:31)
  Do you share our passion for cultural heritage and have the skills to help us realise our ambitions?   With a number of Trustees retiring, we are seeking up to four Trustees to join the Board of National Museums Scotland who have experience, knowledge and expertise in finance, estates, science or development.   We value very highly the benefits of having different experience and points of view on our Board and we are keen that people from all walks of life apply. On this occasion, we particularly welcome applications from women, LGBT+ people, young people, disabled people and those from minority ethnic communities.   National Museums Scotland is one of the leading museum groups in Europe and it looks after collections of national and international importance covering: natural sciences; decorative arts, craft, design and fashion from across the world; science and technology; and Scottish history and archaeology. The public can explore these through displays and exhibitions, online, national and international engagement programmes, and programmes and resources for schools. National Museums Scotland also provides loans, partnerships, research and training, in Scotland and internationally.   Millions of local and international visitors enjoy National Museum Scotland’s four museums each year: the National Museum of Scotland; the National War Museum; the National Museum of Flight; and the National Museum of Rural Life. The National Museums Collection Centre in Edinburgh houses conservation and research facilities as well as collections not currently on display.
ID
2024-8609
# of Appointments
4
Remuneration
GBP £0.00/Per Annum
Time Commitment
Up to 12 days per year
Public Body
National Museums of Scotland
Locations UK-Falkirk
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(27/03/2024 13:15)
  Forth Valley College is one of the largest colleges in Scotland and was established in 2005 as a merged regional college serving the needs of Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire.   The college delivers more than 750 programmes across its campuses at Falkirk, Stirling and Alloa. On average Forth Valley College has 13,500 students per academic session with 94% of learners progressing to further studies or employment upon completing their course. Forth Valley College has a proven track record of meeting the needs of its local communities and businesses, and is among the top performing colleges in Scotland.   The college provides a comprehensive range of blended learning opportunities to suit all learning needs across an extensive curriculum. Courses range from entry-level short courses to HNDs, on a full and part-time basis, with work-based learning opportunities and alternatives to full-time study. The college also supports people to develop and progress whatever stage they are at in their lives.   You can find out more about the College and the Board of Management here: Board of Management | Forth Valley College   Remuneration and time commitment   The Chair role is paid at a gross daily rate of £211 per day (7.5 hours), up to a maximum of £21,944 per year. This role is non-pensionable. This means that there is no pension contribution paid.   It is anticipated that you will devote up to 2 days per week to performing your functions as and when required, up to a maximum of 104 days per year.
ID
2024-8582
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £211.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
2 Days per week
Public Body
Forth Valley College
Locations UK
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(27/03/2024 13:05)
      West Lothian College is a growing college based in Livingston at the heart of Scotland’s central belt. It delivers education, training and apprenticeships to over 9,000 people each year.   The vision of the college is to help create a highly skilled, enterprising and resilient workforce. This vision is underpinned by four strategic goals to:   - Inspire and enable success for all; - Support economic recovery and growth; - Strengthen our communities; - Lead with vision and empathy.   West Lothian is a region of continuing population growth and the college plays an increasingly important role in providing high quality learning opportunities for school pupils and leavers from the region’s 13 secondary schools.   You can find out more about the College and the Board of Management here: Corporate & Governance | West Lothian College (west-lothian.ac.uk)   Remuneration and time commitment   The Chair role is paid at a gross daily rate of £211 per day (7.5 hours), up to a maximum of £21,944 per year. This role is non-pensionable. This means that there is no pension contribution paid.   It is anticipated that you will devote up to 2 days per week to performing your functions as and when required, up to a maximum of 104 days per year.
ID
2024-8581
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £211.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
2 days per week
Public Body
West Lothian College
Locations UK-Edinburgh
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(08/03/2024 15:57)
Appointment of a Member to the Scottish Commission on Social Security   The Scottish Commission on Social Security (SCoSS) is an independent body set up in 2019 to provide independent scrutiny of the Scottish social security system and hold Scottish Ministers to account. The Commission is separate from the Scottish Government and from the Scottish Parliament. It carries out its work independently of both, but works closely with both. Information on the Commission’s functions are set out within Section 22 of the Social Security (Scotland Act) 2018. SCoSS’s role is made up of three parts: - Scrutinising draft regulations and publishing a report including recommendations to the Scottish Government. - Reporting on the Social Security Charter to the Scottish Government and the Scottish Parliament on whether the expectations in the Social Security Charter are being met. The Scottish Government and Social Security Scotland published the Social Security Charter in January 2019. It is called ‘Our Charter’. - Responding to requests from the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Government to report ‘on any matter relevant to social security’ when asked by either of them. You can find out more about the Board and the work that it has done on the SCoSS webpage. This includes reports, information about the organisation and minutes of Board meetings.   Remuneration and time commitment   The Board member role is paid at a gross daily rate of £225 per day (7.5 hours). The role is non-pensionable. This means that there is no pension contribution paid. Members will be reimbursed for reasonable travel and other expenses incurred to carry out their role, such as: - Any travel and subsistence costs - Reasonable childcare or carer expenses - Disability-related reasonable adjustments   Members will be expected to devote up to 36 days per annum. You will be expected to attend meetings of the Body regularly, to prepare for and to contribute fully to these and to perform your other functions. Board meetings are currently held roughly every 4-6 weeks and there are often ad-hoc meetings in between as well.   
ID
2024-8426
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £225.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
Up to 36 days per annum
Public Body
Scottish Commission on Social Security
Locations UK-Edinburgh
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(08/03/2024 15:50)
Appointment of Chair to the Scottish Commission on Social Security   The Scottish Commission on Social Security (SCoSS) is an independent body set up in 2019 to provide independent scrutiny of the Scottish social security system and hold Scottish Ministers to account. The Commission is separate from the Scottish Government and from the Scottish Parliament. It carries out its work independently of both, but works closely with both. Information on the Commission’s functions are set out within Section 22 of the Social Security (Scotland Act) 2018. SCoSS’s role is made up of three parts: - Scrutinising draft regulations and publishing a report including recommendations to the Scottish Government. - Reporting on the Social Security Charter to the Scottish Government and the Scottish Parliament on whether the expectations in the Social Security Charter are being met. The Scottish Government and Social Security Scotland published the Social Security Charter in January 2019. It is called ‘Our Charter’. - Responding to requests from the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Government to report ‘on any matter relevant to social security’ when asked by either of them. You can find out more about the Board and the work that it has done on the SCoSS webpage. This includes reports, information about the organisation and minutes of Board meetings.   Remuneration and time commitment   The Chair role is paid at a gross daily rate (i.e. before tax) of £306 per day (7.5 hours). This role is non-pensionable. This means that there is no pension contribution paid.   The Chair will be reimbursed for reasonable travel and other expenses incurred to carry out their role, such as: - Any travel and subsistence costs - Reasonable childcare or carer expenses - Disability-related reasonable adjustments   The Chair will be expected to devote up to 60 days per annum. You will be expected to attend meetings of the Body regularly, to prepare for and to contribute fully to these and to perform your other functions. Board meetings are currently held roughly every 4-6 weeks and there are often ad-hoc meetings in between as well.   
ID
2024-8425
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £306.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
Up to 60 days per annum
Public Body
Scottish Commission on Social Security