Síochána Ombudsman Commission
Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) is an independent agency set up in 2007,
the function of which is to deal with matters involving possible misconduct by
members of the Garda Síochána (Ireland’s police service), in an efficient,
effective and fair manner.
GSOC was established (under the Garda
Síochána Act 2005) for the purpose of ensuring openness, transparency and
accountability in the process by which complaints against the Garda Síochána
The three members of the Ombudsman
Commission are jointly responsible for managing a body that has an important
role in maintaining public confidence in the Garda Síochána.
Applications are now being sought to
appoint two members to the Ombudsman Commission. The roles concerned are
The persons appointed will:
• have a proven record of achievement at
a senior level in the private or public sector, ideally with a knowledge of or
an international background in policing, that demonstrates the vision,
leadership, governance, oversight and management skills necessary for the role;
• have sound judgement and an ability to
guide the resolution of difficult and complex issues in a pressurised
• be recognised either publicly or within their own professional area
as an individual of proven integrity and independence.
If you feel you would benefit from a
confidential discussion, contact Eamonn Purcell on Eamonn.email@example.com.
The closing date for receipt of completed
applications is 3pm, Thursday, 29th October 2020.
For more information and how to apply please click the link below.
We are committed to a policy of equal
opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment