|Job Title:||Civil Aviation Authority – Non-Executive Members|
|Category:||Civil Aviation Authority|
|Type:||4 year Term|
Civil Aviation Authority – Non-Executive Members
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is the UK's specialist independent aviation regulator and is a public corporation. It is our responsibility to safeguard aviation safety and security, manage UK airspace, oversee economic regulation of some airports and air traffic control, enforce consumer protection rules, and, to manage the ATOL financial protection scheme for holidaymakers.
Do you have board experience and seek a Non-Executive role in a public corporation? The Secretary of State for Transport is seeking two Non-Executive Members, on a four-year term, to join the Board of the CAA.
Your role would be to;
• Provide independent and constructive challenge to the CAA's executive team.
• Help ensure the CAA delivers its strategic objectives
You will have;
• High-level executive or non-executive board experience
• An ability to contribute effectively across the breadth of the CAA's work
You must also bring experience in one of the following areas:
• A strong understanding of economic regulation gained in an environment of comparable complexity.
• Experience in a relevant industry or in a commercial environment
We are interested in candidates who have a background in aviation, transport, oil and gas, defence or logistics.
You would need to commit one day per week on average with a base salary of £22,000 per year. Non-Executive Members are also sometimes required to take part in panel hearings for safety or licensing matters, reimbursed at an additional day rate of £430.
For full details on the role, please visit www.odgers.com/67754
Closing date for applications is 5th September 2018
Diversity and Inclusion
The Department for Transport is committed to the principle of appointments based on merit with independent assessment, openness and transparency of process. In particular, the Department is committed to addressing the under-representation of women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities who have the required skills and experience.
This appointment is governed by the OCPA Governance Code for public appointments.
|Closing Date:||5th September 2018|
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Use of Candidate Information
The CAA's HR team collects and stores your personal details (ie name, contact details, qualifications, right to work, etc.) for the purposes of recruiting and hiring suitable candidates for employment by the CAA
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Information provided electronically by users of CAA's ATS will be utilised by CAA, and shared with its contracted agents (Penna and Government Recruitment Services), and representatives for the purpose of recruiting and hiring suitable candidates for employment by the CAA.
Types of Information
CAA's ATS maintains personal information that you voluntarily submit electronically on one or more secured servers. The CAA will delete all personal information associated with unsuccessful applications after two years following an unsuccessful application. If your application results in an offer, CAA retain your personal information for the duration of our relationship with you, following which condensed employee file details are kept for 7 years. Thereafter, personal details (including full name, years of service, date and reason for leaving) are kept for a period of 30 years to enable CAA to provide information for referencing requests.
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You are responsible for ensuring that all information submitted by you and contained within the ATS is accurate, complete, and up-to-date. Knowingly submitting inaccurate, false, or misleading information may make you ineligible for consideration for employment opportunities, and in some cases where CAA rely upon such information, may lead to termination of employment with CAA. CAA takes all reasonable steps to ensure that information collected within the ATS by its employees and representatives is correct, however, CAA will rely upon you to access the ATS periodically to update or verify your personal information and to confirm your willingness to receive communications from CAA.
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