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Financial Controller (Assistant Principal Officer)

Scheme: Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman (FSPO)
Closing date:

The FSPO is seeking to recruit suitable candidates to be placed on a panel for the role of Financial Controller (AP). The Financial Controller has responsibility for budgeting, levy calculation and collection, financial control and reporting with respect to the FSPO’s budget (c. €14 million per annum). They will report to senior management and engage with internal and external audit, as well as the Finance and Audit and Risk Committees of the FSPO’s Council. They will ensure that appropriate policies, procedures and controls are in place with respect to the management and reporting of the FSPO’s finances.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the FSPO website.

Jurisdiction Assessment Manager

Scheme: The Pensions Ombudsman
Closing date:

The Pensions Ombudsman has an opportunity for Jurisdiction Assessment Manager to join their team based in Canary Wharf with agile working in accordance with the policy. You will be working on a full or part-time basis with on a permanent contract. You will receive a competitive salary of £50,521 per annum.

Details of the role and how to apply can be found here.

Executive Officer

Scheme: Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman (FSPO)
Closing date:

The FSPO is seeking to recruit suitable candidates to be placed on a panel for the role of Executive Officer. The FSPO currently has vacancies for Executive Officers in a number of its Directorates.

The Executive Officer role in the FSPO is a critical role delivering against their important statutory remit. Executive Officers are employed across the organisation in interesting and diverse roles. As an Executive Officer in the FSPO, you can expect to be directly or indirectly involved in the delivery of the impartial resolution of complaints between consumers and Financial Service Providers and Pensions Providers at all stages of the FSPO complaint management process.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the FSPO website.

 

Police Ombudsman (Fiosrú - Oifig an Ombudsman Póilíneachta)

Scheme: Garda Siochana Ombudsman Commission
Closing date:

Candidates are being sought for the position of Police Ombudsman of Fiosrú - Oifig an Ombudsman Póilíneachta.

The existing Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) is being reconstituted as Fiosrú, with the current three Commissioner model replaced by a single head of the organisation, the Ombudsman, supported by a Deputy Ombudsman and a CEO. The Police Ombudsman will play a major role in assessing and driving forward the restructuring work required for organisational transformation.

You can find further information on the role and how to apply on the Public Jobs website.

Stakeholder and Regulatory Liaison Lead (focus on regulatory affairs)

Scheme: Financial Ombudsman Service
Closing date:

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) is looking for someone to play a pivotal role in the organisation’s work with key regulatory partners, supporting their Senior Leaders and wider organisation to have effective, joined up, timely engagement on key topics and issues. 

Are you experienced at working with external stakeholders from professional services in a regulated industry? And do you have experience of working closely with regulators and/or government on key areas of policy? If so, they would love to hear from you.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the FOS website.

Deputy Police Ombudsman

Scheme: Garda Siochana Ombudsman Commission
Closing date:

The Policing, Security and Community Safety Act 2024 provides that the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) is to be reconstituted as “Fiosrú”, with the current three Commissioner model replaced by a single head of the organisation, the Police Ombudsman, who is supported by a Deputy Police Ombudsman and a Chief Executive Officer. 

As Fiosrú is a reorganised corporate body with a changing organisation structure, it requires a leadership team with a proven capacity to manage change, as the Act streamlines the processes and procedures for the handling of complaints and the conduct of investigations to support timely, more transparent and effective resolution while safeguarding due process for all concerned.

Candidates now are being sought for the position of Deputy Police Ombudsman. For further information about the role and to apply, please visit publicjobs.ie 

Chief Executive

Scheme: Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland
Closing date:

The Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland (PONI) is looking for an exceptional Chief Executive with strong leadership, governance and management credentials, who can ensure effective oversight and control of serious and complex investigations while managing a volume complaints business in a fair and thorough fashion. Their work is high profile and their independence and impartiality critical to their credibility, as is building trust and confidence with the public and their stakeholders.

For further information about the role and to apply, please visit the PONI website.