Appointment of Three External Members to the Board of the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH)

The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) is the national federation of housing associations in Ireland. The ICSH represent and promotes the work of not-for-profit housing associations, who collectively own and manage over 32,000 homes, accommodating up to 80,000 people in 500 communities.
With the roll-out of the Government Action Plan on Housing and Homelessness, Rebuilding Ireland, the housing association sector has been earmarked to play an enhanced role in the delivery of housing, through a range of measures. To support this, and in line with ICSH Governance arrangements, three external board members are now sought to help shape the ICSH Strategic Objectives and priorities in the coming years from 2018-2020.
If you feel you can contribute, are motivated, have relevant expertise, and are genuinely interested in this new exciting phase of the development of the sector, we are seeking external board members in the following areas:
• Financial planning, housing development & delivery
• Public sector engagement and/or technical support
• Communications and promotion
For those who are interested in being considered for appointment to the board, an information pack is available on (below) or (01) 6618334. For those interested, please reply with CV and cover letter by 9th December to ICSH Company Secretary, 50 Merrion Square East, Dublin 2.


ICSH New Board Members Information Pack

Monday, 27 November, 2017