By Caroline Tozer, Communications Officer - 17th November 2020 6:00am
Cheshire's Police and Crime Commissioner David Keane and Chief Constable Darren Martland are looking for local people to help advise them on key issues relating to governance, finance and risk management.
They wish to appoint two additional members to their Joint Audit Advisory Committee, providing assurance on governance and financial matters.
The Joint Audit Advisory Committee was established the Committee to provide independent assurance and to support good governance and strong financial management.
They are particularly interested in applications from those who have a good understanding of risk management, governance, audit and financial controls and annual accounts and preferably, a background in risk and financial controls.
The recruitment process is fully supportive of equality and diversity and will strive to engage those who are representative of the community they serve. Applicants are welcomed from all underrepresented groups and support will be made available throughout the recruitment process for all applicants.
The closing date for applications is 5pm on 2 December 2020. Shortlisting will take place in December 2020 and interviews are planned for January 2021.
Further details and application forms can be found at https://www.cheshire-pcc.gov.uk/what-i-do/making-key-decisions/audit-advisory-commitee/audit-advisory-committee-recruitment/
If you wish to discuss the positions informally contact Clare Hodgson, Director of Finance on 01606 364000 or email@example.com.
If you have any queries in relation to equality and diversity, or have a request for any additional support you may need, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your completed application form should be sent to email@example.com.
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