General Osteopathic Council
Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
£7,500 pa plus reasonable travel and subsistence expenses
Contract, Part-time, 18 days a year
Job description

Join the General Osteopathic Council

Non-executive appointment of a lay Council member who lives or works wholly or mainly in Northern Ireland

We are looking for a new lay member to join our Council who lives in Northern Ireland. This is an opportunity to contribute to the strategic direction and scrutiny of the work of the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).

The GOsC is a modern, inclusive, and innovative healthcare regulator and we consider diversity to be a strength. We wish to encourage applications from the widest possible field of candidates to help us reflect UK society. Note that this position is not open to osteopaths.

If you are passionate about healthcare regulation and you think you can bring insight and experience from your career to our work protecting the public and developing the profession, please get in touch.

We want someone who has a range of knowledge and experience, including experience from community or voluntary positions, who has highly developed interpersonal skills and who enjoys working as part of a team.

You would be expected to commit no more than 18 days a year and you would be paid £7,500 a year. We pay reasonable travel and subsistence expenses that are incurred as part of this role. Appointment starts on 1 April 2022 (initially for up to four years).

For further information and to apply, please visit our website via the apply button.

Closing date: 11.30am on Friday 8 October 2021

The General Osteopathic Council is the UK-wide statutory body established by the Osteopaths Act 1993 to regulate and develop the osteopathic profession and ensure public protection.

All appointments are subject to the approval by the Privy Council.

The GOsC is a charity registered in England and Wales (1172749). We value and promote diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity.

Refreshed on: 16 September 2021
Closed date: 27 September 2021
Tags: Senior Management, Governance