Jersey Appointments Commission Code of Practice for Appointments to Autonomous and Quasi-autonomous Public Bodies and Tribunals.
A primary function of the Jersey Appointments Commission in overseeing the recruitment of States appointees to States supported or related bodies, is to ensure that the selection is fair, efficient and conducted in accordance with best practice and procedures.
In addition to its general Recruitment Code, the commission has produced the Jersey Appointments Commission Code of Practice for Appointments to Autonomous and Quasi-autonomous Public Bodies and Tribunals. This code of practice sets the principles and processes to be applied in making appointments to independent bodies (‘quangos’). This code covers:
- role and remit of the commission
- principles of recruitment and selection
- upper and lower tier appointments
- recruitment and selection practices
- appointment terms and re-appointments
- members of the Jersey Appointments Commission
- confidentiality declaration
- record of conflict of interest
The commission has been in existence since 2002 and has a Chairman and 4 other Commissioners.
If you are planning to make an appointment and, having reviewed the guidance on this site, require assistance or wish to contact the Jersey Appointments Commission, you should initially contact the officer supporting the work of the commission, Mrs Susan Cuming, Senior Human Resources Manager and Secretary to the Jersey Appointments Commission on:
Telephone: +44 (0) 1534 440023 / Email Susan Cuming
Alternatively contact the Jersey Appointments Commission:
Jersey Appointments Commission
PO Box 430
Email the Appointments Commission
Jersey Appointments Commission Guidance on Senior Recruitment
Jersey Appointments Commission Recruitment Code
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