The Department of Finance has launched a public appointment competition to recruit six members to the Northern Ireland Building Regulations Advisory Committee (NIBRAC).
NIBRAC Chair, Mabel Higgins said: “These six member positions provide a great opportunity for construction industry professionals to use their skills and experience to make a positive contribution to the development of the building regulations.
“Applications for these six positions are welcome from all who meet the criteria. I would urge anyone interested to find out more and apply”.
Applicants must have proven and current experience in at least one of the following disciplines:
· Building regulation enforcement
· Building surveying
· Construction (domestic)
· Construction (non-domestic)
· Fire safety, fire protection and fire safety engineering
· Structural engineering
One member will be selected from each of these areas of expertise, although applicants can apply to be considered for more than one position. Other selection criteria apply.
Women, people with disabilities and people from ethnic minority communities have previously been under-represented on NIBRAC. Applications from members of these groups would be particularly welcome, although the same criteria will apply to all applicants.
The closing date for applications is Friday 6 November. Further information on the positions can be found at https://irecruit-ext.hrconnect.nigov.net/jobs/vacancies-details.aspx?ID=2f886bff-d982-428e-8ca2-8eeef5021bf0
Notes to editors:
1. NIBRAC is a statutory body set up under Article 4 of the Building Regulations (Northern Ireland) Order 1979, to advise the Department on the amendment of Building Regulations and on other associated matters. Further information about NIBRAC can be accessed here
2. The Chair and members of NIBRAC do not receive remuneration, but they can claim back reasonable expenses incurred during their work for the Committee.
3. The appointment of the Members is made in accordance with the Commissioner for Public Appointments for Northern Ireland’s Code of Practice.
4. All appointments will be made on merit and political activity will play no part in the selection process. However, the Commissioner for Public Appointments for Northern Ireland requires the political activity of appointees to be published when their appointment is announced.
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