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Civil Service Commission - Applications for Membership 8 July 2007

Public Notice

Applications for Membership

The Civil Service Commission is appointed by the Chief Minister under the Civil Service Act 1990, as amended by the Civil Service (Amendment) Act 2007. The Commission’s principle functions are to:

• Review and vary the Civil Service establishment;

• Appoint civil servants;

• Arrange for the recruitment and vetting of civil servants;

• Make promotions and transfers of civil servants in and between Departments, Boards and offices of Government;

• Determine the scales and rates of salary, and other terms and conditions of service of civil servants;

• Make such arrangements as it considers necessary for securing the welfare of civil servants;

• Provide reports as necessary to the Chief Minister;

• Make an annual report to the Chief Minister with respect to the carrying out of its functions under the 1990 Act (as amended).

The Commission consists of a chairperson and a vice chairperson who shall be members of Tynwald; and no more than 3 other persons, who shall not be members of Tynwald. The Members of the Commission shall hold office at the Chief Minister’s pleasure.

People interested in membership of the Commission do not need any formal qualifications. The Chief Minister will be looking for people who have appropriate experience or qualifications to participate in the exercise of the Commission’s functions.

If you are interested please contact Jeanette Williams, Director of Policy, Chief Minister’s Office, Government Office, Bucks Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 3PG. Telephone 01624 685704, or email: to be sent an information pack and application form. Alternatively, an information pack and application form can be downloaded at

The closing date for applications is 20th July 2007.

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