Audit Panel Member
The Audit Panel is responsible for enhancing public trust and confidence in MOPAC and the MPS. It also assists MOPAC in discharging its statutory responsibility to hold the MPS to account. Members provide independent assurance on the adequacy and effectiveness of MOPAC MPS internal control environment and risk management framework, oversee the effectiveness of the framework in place for ensuring compliance with statutory requirements and in particular those in respect of health and safety and equalities and diversity.
To succeed in this role you must be independent from MOPAC and the MPS and demonstrate an excellent knowledge of corporate governance with a track record in effectively contributing to meetings of a similar standing. Maintaining knowledge and awareness of national and local policing and crime issues will be a key area of interest, motivating you to contribute in this area. The key part of the role will be assisting the Audit Panel Chair in advising the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime and the Metropolitan Police Commissioner of key risk, compliance and governance issues that arise in conducting Audit Panel business.
A trusted and focused professional with proven advisory/committee experience or senior leadership experience at Board level, you will bring the credibility, integrity and expertise necessary to operate as part of a high-profile panel, maintaining the highest standards of conduct and ethics. Experience and skills in the areas of corporate governance, risk management and/or finance being of particular benefit.
This is a great opportunity to make a real difference to issues that impact on all of us in London. To find out more about the roles visit www.gatenbysanderson.com/job/GSe29368. For an informal, confidential discussion please contact Michael Dobson on 0207 426 3968, or Helen Anderson on 0207 426 3977 or Mark Turner on 020 7426 3983.
MOPAC and the MPS welcome applications from a wide range of diverse backgrounds. Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work.