Appointments to the Board of the Charities Regulatory Authority

The Minister for Rural and Community Development invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill up to 5 vacancies on the Board of the Charities Regulatory Authority.

Essential:
Candidates must demonstrate evidence of significant experience at an appropriately senior level in one or more the following areas:

a. Charity and Trust Law (up to 3 positions)
• Be a practising solicitor of not less than 10 years standing and registered with the Bar Council & Law Library of Ireland / Law Society of Ireland; or
• Be a practising barrister of not less than 10 years standing and registered with the Bar Council & Law Library of Ireland / Law Society of Ireland; or
• Hold or formerly held judicial office in the Superior Courts.

b. Regulatory Skills
• Legal or Accounting Experience, with an emphasis on regulation and investigative processes, including carrying out or overseeing investigations/inspections of organisations;

c. Financial, Audit & Risk Management
• Financial experience with a particular emphasis on forensic accounting, risk management and financial compliance
• Ideally candidates under this area should also possess a relevant professional qualification and/or membership of a professional body


Desirable

• Previous experience of board membership
• Corporate governance experience and/or qualifications
• A comprehensive understanding/experience of the Charities Sector
• Knowledge/experience of regulatory and investigative processes
• Knowledge of the funding of and accounting for charitable organisations
• Experience in data protection and/or financial management information systems
• Risk management expertise

Closing Date: 15:00 on 8th December 2021

Dublin

21356801_Charities Regulator Information Booklet Final.pdf

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