The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) Minister Nichola Mallon has announced a recruitment campaign to appoint a Chair to Northern Ireland Transport Holding Company (NITHC).
The Translink Group consists of a Public Corporation, the Northern Ireland Transport Holding Company (NITHC) which owns and controls seven private limited subsidiary companies (together referred to as the Group or Translink). They are Northern Ireland’s main public transport provider.
Minister Mallon said:
“Working in partnership with me and my Department, the role of the Chair will be to provide strategic leadership to the Board of Translink and its Executive Team, ensuring that the organisation is operating efficiently and effectively and that growth in public transport can be sustained and improved. This is now even more important as we emerge from recovery and build towards a low carbon and greener future for our public transport network.
“I would encourage anyone who considers that they meet the criteria for the post and has a genuine desire to make a contribution to the work of NITHC to apply. I will welcome applicants from a wide range of backgrounds. I believe diversity strengthens boards and adds to the good governance of public bodies.”
The time commitment for the post will be approximately four business days per month. The Chair will be expected to attend all Board meetings and other ad hoc meetings as required. The Chair will receive remuneration of £36,061 per annum (under review) and reasonable travel and subsistence costs.
The appointment will be effective as soon as practical after the Minister for Infrastructure has made her selection of appointee and will run for a period of four years.
Alternatively contact the DfI Public Appointments Unit:
- In writing at Clarence Court, 10-18 Adelaide Street, Belfast BT2 8GB;
- By Telephone on 028 9054 0994;
- By e-mail. Send your request to: email@example.com.
Applications will be welcomed from all sections of the community.
Women, younger people, people with disabilities and people from ethnic minority communities are currently under-represented on DfI Boards. Applications from members of these groups would be particularly welcome.
Notes to editors:
- DfI is running the recruitment competition in accordance with the Commissioner for Public Appointments, Northern Ireland (CPANI) Code of Practice.
- The appointment will be made on merit and political activity will play no part in the selection process.
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