Security Industry Authority Member (Non-Executive Director)
7 days left
Do you want to play a key role in regulating the private security industry?
If so, you can do this by becoming a Non-Executive Director of Security Industry Authority (SIA), which provides a critical public service by regulating the private security industry effectively; to reduce criminality, raise standards and recognise quality service. Its remit covers the United Kingdom.
The SIA has two main duties. One is the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities within the private security industry; the other is to manage the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme, which measures private security suppliers against independently assessed criteria.
The Home Office is seeking to appoint two individuals to the Authority. As a Board member you will contribute to the overall strategic direction and corporate oversight of the organisation. Along with other Authority members you will ensure that through appropriate governance the Executive Team is held to account for discharging its duties effectively and to the highest possible standards.
You will have board level or equivalent experience, a thorough understanding of issues arising from delivering services and business improvements within a sensitive environment, as well as an understanding of issues relating to the regulation of the private security industry or similar sector.
In addition, you will be an innovator and motivator, with the ability to promote new thinking to achieve change and continuous improvement, and build strong relationships across a diverse range of stakeholders. You will also have undisputed personal integrity and a personal style that demonstrates authority and commitment.
This will be a three-year appointment with the possibility of re-appointment.
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The closing date for applications is 23:00 hours, Tuesday 27 August 2019.
We encourage a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all suitably qualified people.