Search for Standards and Ethics Committee Chair

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Liverpool City Council is looking for an independent Chair for its newly formed Standards and Ethics Committee.

The Committee is responsible for developing the Council’s ethical framework, upholding high standards of conduct by the Mayor and Councillors and monitoring the Code of Conduct and local protocols.

It also assesses and determines complaints made against City Councillors under the code of conduct for members.

The council is looking for an individual with an interest in dealing with ethical issues.

Previous experience of chairing committees and weighing evidence is helpful but is not essential.

The successful applicant will need to be available to attend approximately seven meetings of the Committee in any year and any associated training and development events.

They will be entitled to be reimbursed for expenses but will not receive any allowance or remuneration.

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In submitting an expression of interest, candidates are asked to send:

  • A covering letter via email setting out relevant knowledge, skills and experience you will bring to the role, maximum of 2 sides of A4, please also include email and relevant contact information
  • CV if applicable

You can also email StandardsandEthicsIndependentMember@liverpool.gov.uk

The closing date is 16th September.

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