Head of Compliance and Enforcement
Head of Compliance and Enforcement The Charities Regulator, is Ireland’s national statutory regulatory agency for charitable organisations.
It is an independent statutory body pursuant to the Charities Act 2009.
The key functions of the Charities Regulator are to establish and maintain a public register of charitable organisations operating in Ireland and ensure their compliance with the Charities Acts. It also engages in the provision of services to charities, including the authorising of appointments of new charitable trustees, the framing of schemes of incorporation, and has the power to appoint investigators to investigate the affairs of any charitable organisation. The Head of Compliance and Enforcement is responsible for managing the Compliance and Enforcement Unit of the Charities Regulator.
This is a senior management position and the person appointed will be responsible for the establishment and maintenance of high standards in implementing the compliance and enforcement functions.
The successful candidate will have:
• Significant experience at an appropriately senior level in a legal, regulatory or compliance area in either the public, private or voluntary sector;
• Experience of working in a regulatory body or in advising regulated entities who are the subject of regulatory investigations, proceedings or sanctions;
• Proven ability in the exercise of sound judgement along with strong analytical thinking and problem solving/decision making skills;
• Strong managerial and organisational ability, including demonstrated ability to build and develop a high functioning team;
• Full membership of a prescribed accountancy body supervised by the Irish Auditing and Accounting Supervisory Authority (IAASA), or be a qualified solicitor or barrister.
THE CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS 3PM, THURSDAY 18TH JULY 2019.
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