Before completing this form, please read the following information carefully -
The deadline for submissions is Friday 8th December 2017
The role of the National Youth Officer
The responsibilities of the National Youth Officer include, but are not limited to:
To develop a youth structure within the Association.
To enable implementation of this, the National Youth Officer is responsible for devising means of gathering information on education, employment/unemployment, mobility, welfare, accommodation, social, recreational activities and where necessary information relating to discrimination in any of these areas.
The secondary role of the National Youth Officer is to develop external contacts with other organisations involved in youth affairs both at home and abroad.
Please note: This role is currently under review and the purpose of the role may be developed in the coming months. If you require more information on this, please contact SBHI Chairperson, Peter Landy.
Becoming a Director on the SBHI Board is a significant commitment in a few different ways. Not only will you be required to give your time, energy, and expertise, but you will also need to do so on a voluntary basis (out of pocket expenses are covered by SBHI).
As a Director, you and the other Board members are legally responsible for upholding standards in governance, including financial accountability.
If you are successful in being appointed to the Board, a full induction pack and process will be undertaken to ensure you are well resourced to fulfil the role.
This form is a register of interest, the Board of Directors will be in contact with more information in due course.
By ticking the box below, you are acknowledging that you understand the significance of this potential commitment -