The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) is recruiting to their Board to replace two members whose terms will end in March 2019. The SHR regulates around 160 registered social landlords and the housing activities of 32 local authorities.
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“Join the Scottish Housing Regulator Board to help safeguard and promote tenants’ interests
Scottish Ministers are recruiting two new members to the Scottish Housing Regulator’s Board to replace members whose terms will end in March 2019.
George Walker, Chair of the Scottish Housing Regulator said:
“This is an excellent opportunity to influence the shape of social housing regulation. We are working with Scottish Ministers to recruit two new members. Tenants are at the heart of our work, so we hope to recruit a current tenant and also someone with experience in providing social housing services.
“We are asking all our stakeholders to help us promote these opportunities. We want to attract candidates from all walks of life; with a range of viewpoints and life experiences.
“We would like to invite anyone interested to attend one of our information evenings in November. I would also encourage applicants to read our information pack and watch the two information videos we have produced.”
The Scottish Housing Regulator is led by a Board of non-executives members appointed by Scottish Ministers. The Board sets the Regulator’s strategic direction and has responsibility for governance and oversight of SHR. The closing date for applicants is Friday 23 November 2018 at midnight.
Find out about:
- the skills and experience we are seeking and how to apply on the Scottish public appointments website
- the role in our short video about the opportunities
- tips for applicants in our short information video for applicants
- booking a place on one of our information events: Edinburgh – 12th November , Glasgow – 13th November
our Board and how to contact us.”
More information and details can be found on the SHR website here