The Board consists of seven non-executive Directors of whom four are lay members (including the
chair) and three are practitioner members (interpreters registered on NRPSI).
The following brief summary applies to all Board members whether lay or practitioner.
A Board member is expected:
- To act with independent judgement to use their skills and experience for the benefit of the Board
- To be committed to working solely in the best interests of the NRPSI
- To devote the necessary time to carry out the function of a Board member
- To comply with the Board ’s governance requirements
- To demonstrate a participative, active and team working ethos in Board discussions and
- To undertake training specified by the Board from time to time
A Board member will ensure they are familiar with the functions of the NRPSI.
A Lay Non-executive Board member should have wide experience in one or more of the following
areas, for which appointments will be made to facilitate a beneficial mix:
- regulation of professions
- appropriate commercial/ industrial experience
- financial expertise
- marketing including search engine maximisation and use of digital platforms
- general communication skills
- operations/ administration
- strategic insight, marketing
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HOW TO APPLY
Applications, preferably by email, are by a letter addressed to the Executive Director
) outlining suitability for the role together with an accompanying CV and the
names and contact details of two referees. Referees will not be contacted until later in the process
and also not without the candidates’ prior agreement. Both the CV and covering letter should be no
more than two A4 pages in length.