Joint Independent Audit Committee members needed!

The Office of Police and Crime Commissioner and Northamptonshire Police are looking for experienced members of the community to help govern both organisations by taking up a paid, three-year term on the Joint Independent Audit Committee (JIAC).

Established in line with the statutory Financial Management Code of Practice for the Police Service, the JIAC supports the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable by providing independent assurance on the adequacy of their corporate governance, risk management arrangements and the associated control environments and the integrity of financial statements and reporting.

To be considered for these roles, applicants must have experience in a leadership or senior management role in a large organisation and have a clear understanding of the role of an Audit Committee, ideally within the public sector. A salary of £3,000 per annum will be offered to the successful applicants.

Download our JIAC information pack to learn more about the role and functions of the Committee.

If you wish to apply to join the Joint Independent Audit Committee, please send your CV and covering letter explaining why you think you would be suitable for this position to by no later than 5pm on Sunday, 31st July 2016.

To read minutes from previous meetings of the JIAC, please click here.