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Probation Sub-committee vacancies


Vacancy on the Probation and Criminal Justice Services Sub Committee

The post requires five years continuous sobriety and experience at Intergroup and Region as a minimum.The post is four years in duration and the applicant should be enthusiastic about Probation/Criminal Justice service.

Basic Role Requirements

A working knowledge of Traditions, Concepts and the AA Service Structure are essential.

Willing to work within our Terms of Reference as presented on the AA GSB website.

Prepared to attend up to four meetings per year held at GSO York.

Good organisational and communication skills along with the ability to produce written and verbal reports.

The willingness to work as part of a team who are directly responsible to the General Service Board of AA.

Application should be supported by a letter of endorsement from a serving Intergroup or Region officer. Application forms are available from Jenny Pryke at GSO 01904 644026 Appointment will be via interview of the GSB appointments committee and will be for a period of 4 years

Closing date for applications is 16 August 2019.

Further information on the committee's work/role is available from probation-sub-sec@aa-email.org.uk

Maxine W Trustee Probation and CJ