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Locations UK-Edinburgh
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(21/11/2022 17:13)
  Appointment of up to five new Members to the Board of Historic Environment Scotland   Do you share our passion for Scotland's heritage and have the skills to help realise our ambitions?   The organisation   Formed in October 2015, we are a charity and the lead public body established to investigate, care for and promote Scotland’s rich historic environment. In 2019 we launched or new corporate plan – Heritage for All – which sets out how we can achieve our ambition of making a real difference to people’s lives; a difference to our health, to our economy, to our culture and to our environment.   We want to make sure Scotland's heritage is cherished, understood, shared and enjoyed with pride, by everyone. We stand for our values; collaboration, professionalism, innovation, openness and respect.
ID
2022-5127
# of Appointments
5
Remuneration
GBP £228.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
2 days per month
Public Body
Historic Environment Scotland
Locations UK-Edinburgh | UK-Glasgow
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(21/11/2022 15:03)
Appointment of the Chair of the Board of Scottish Enterprise Appointments commencing on 1 May 2023   Scottish Ministers are seeking applications for a new Chair of the Board of Scottish Enterprise (SE).   This is a critical time for Scotland’s economy as we face unprecedented challenges and, crucially, real opportunity.  SE will be at the forefront of helping to support Scotland’s business community through these challenging times and onto success, helping to build a strong and resilient Scottish economy.  This role, therefore, presents an exciting and challenging opportunity for the right candidate to play a pivotal part in supporting Scotland’s economic future.   Scottish Enterprise SE is Scotland’s national economic development agency and has statutory powers to promote and assist economic development, enterprise and international competitiveness and to advise Scottish Ministers on all related matters.  SE has its headquarters in Glasgow and is responsible in 2022-23 for an annual budget allocation of approximately £269 million together with additional business income from its investments and property assets.   It will play a critical role in helping to fulfil Scotland’s potential. Through its renewed focus on impactful investment, supporting world leading innovation and ensuring Scotland’s ability to attract international investment, Scottish Enterprise – working with key partners - will be at the forefront of change to ensure Scotland’s business community is well supported.   SE is also actively engaged in delivering the transformational change set out in Scotland's National Strategy for Economic Transformation (NSET).  As part of this, the organisation will work with Scottish Government, local government and other agencies to  rethink and reform the way in which economic development activity is delivered across Scotland.  The agency will be involved in developing a future operating model for the economic development ecosystem including consideration of how agencies work together and how to make most effective use of private and third sector expertise.   Chair Ministers are looking for a dynamic, experienced and credible individual to support the organisation’s senior team to deliver.  The Chair will be key to ensuring  active and dynamic leadership of the Board, supporting and steering it to ensure its core functions are delivered.  Working with the CEO and the wider organisation, the Chair will act as an ambassador for Scottish Enterprise, building on existing positive relationships of influence amongst the business community, politicians and wider stakeholder groups and acting as a strong advocate for the organisation across a wide variety of both national and international interactions.    The Chair will also play a key role in supporting the CEO and wider organisation to continue the ongoing journey of transformational change which is required by the National Strategy for Economic Transformation.  By providing support, effective challenge and guidance to colleagues and bringing a fresh perspective on the requirements of Scotland’s business community, the Chair will use their already extensive knowledge of the business support landscape to help shape a new approach for Scotland.   These objectives will be achieved whilst maintaining appropriate separation of duty between the Chair and the CEO’s operational role.  The Chair will therefore, be tasked with ensuring that the Board is diverse, acts collectively and collaboratively; aligning with the Scottish Government’s National Strategy for Economic Transformation, and that the Board is effective, with an appropriate balance of skills, and maintains the highest standards of corporate governance and financial management.  
ID
2022-5120
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £49,224.00/Per Annum
Time Commitment
1.75 days per week
Public Body
Scottish Enterprise
Locations UK-Ayrshire and Arran
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(18/11/2022 10:00)
  Ayrshire and Arran NHS Board Member appointments   NHS Ayrshire and Arran is looking for two new members to join its Board.    For these positions you must be able to demonstrate one of the following priority criteria which are of particular importance to NHS Ayrshire and Arran at this time: - Financial management, audit and/or risk management experience - Experience of analysing performance information in a complex organisation   If you are looking for a rewarding and worthwhile opportunity, we would like to hear from you.  Applications are invited from a wide range of people who have an interest in public service and are committed to the NHS in Scotland. Please pass on details of these opportunities to anyone else you think may be interested.   NHS Ayrshire and Arran is responsible for meeting the health needs of around 368,000 people living in the area, and provides a comprehensive range of primary, community-based and acute hospital services for the population.   As a non-executive member of the Board, you will be expected to play a central role in guiding the strategies which address the health and social care priorities and care needs of the resident population and monitor the performance of the Board in delivering these. You will be offered the training you need to make a strong contribution. 
ID
2022-5107
# of Appointments
2
Remuneration
GBP £8,930.00/Per Annum
Time Commitment
One day per week
Public Body
Ayrshire & Arran NHS Board
Locations UK-EDINBURGH
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/11/2022 08:43)
  APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSIONERS TO  BOUNDARIES SCOTLAND   Are you interested in the democratic process? Would you like to be involved in boundary reviews as a Commissioner for Boundaries Scotland over the next four years?   Boundaries Scotland is currently looking for two Commissioners.  The Commission is made up of a Chair, Deputy Chair and four Commissioners. If you are looking for an opportunity to help safeguard the fairness of democracy in Scotland then we would like to hear from you.   Applications are encouraged from people with an interest in Scotland’s democracy, geography, topography, demography and socio-economic characteristics. The role requires the ability to work within legislative frameworks to apply that knowledge in the  practical context of boundary reviews. The Commissioners will be responsible working on reviews of Scottish Parliament and local government boundaries.  Changes to boundaries are made through legislation and when reviews are completed  proposals are taken to the Scottish Parliament for approval.   You may be suited to be a Commissioner even if you have not had any previous involvement in boundaries. Boundaries Scotland wants to be representative of the people of Scotland and to appoint people who are members of groups which are typically under-represented in leadership roles in public bodies We also encourage candidates from a range of geographic regions in Scotland to apply.   Information event The Scottish Government is holding an online event in collaboration with Changing the Chemistry to promote these vacancies. The event features a panel of speakers including the current Chair of Boundaries Scotland. Please sign up to hear more about Boundaries Scotland.   Scottish Ministers welcome applications from people with protected characteristics that are under-represented, such as women, disabled people, those from minority ethnic communities and people aged under 50.   Boundaries Scotland Information Event  
ID
2022-5053
# of Appointments
2
Remuneration
GBP £219.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
2 days per month
Public Body
Boundaries Scotland
Locations UK-EDINBURGH
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/11/2022 08:41)
  APPOINTMENT OF CHAIR BOUNDARIES SCOTLAND   Are you interested in leading Boundaries Scotland over the next four years?   Boundaries Scotland is an independent Commission sponsored and funded by the Scottish Government. The Commission is responsible for carrying out reviews of constituencies and regions for the Scottish Parliament and reviewing the number of wards and councillors for local councils. To ensure fair representation of voters by Members of the Scottish Parliament and councillors, electoral boundaries require to be reviewed periodically as the number of people living in an area can change.   Boundaries Scotland is currently looking for a new Chair. Applications are encouraged from people with strong leadership and communication skills. Changes to boundaries can be controversial. The Chair is a high-profile role and the successful applicant will be required to represent the Commission and recommendations arising from reviews.   The role also offers the rewarding opportunity to lead an organisation which helps to safeguard the fairness of democracy in Scotland. The ability to work within a legislative framework to apply knowledge of Scotland’s geography, topography, demography  and socio-economic characteristics in the  practical context  of boundary reviews is essential. The Chair will also be required to ensure that high standards of governance are observed at all times in the work of the Commission.   Boundaries Scotland wants to be representative of the people of Scotland and invites applications from people with a wide range of backgrounds. The Commission seeks to actively encourage applications from groups who are typically under-represented in public bodies. We also encourage candidates from a range of geographic regions in Scotland to apply.   Information event The Scottish Government is holding an online event in collaboration with Changing the Chemistry to promote these vacancies. The event features a panel of speakers including the current Chair of Boundaries Scotland. Please sign up to hear more about Boundaries Scotland.   Scottish Ministers welcome applications from people with protected characteristics that are under-represented, such as women, disabled people, those from minority ethnic communities and people aged under 50.    Boundaries Scotland Information Event  
ID
2022-5052
# of Appointments
1
Remuneration
GBP £347.00/Per Day
Time Commitment
2 days per month
Public Body
Boundaries Scotland