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									                                      Non-Executive Board Member 

                                         Audit Scotland Board 

                          Statement of Suitability

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To help ensure that the selection process is fair, robust and objective, we would ask that you complete this
Statement of Suitability. Importantly this provides you with an opportunity to give relevant, real life examples
detailing your career experiences.

 Please ensure that you respond to each question in 400 words or less.




       1.	 Please provide details of the breadth and depth of your knowledge about corporate
           governance issues and the role of the Board members. Please state your
           experience of corporate governance, capacity in which you served, dates and details
           of your role. You should include information upon the business sector and the size
           and complexity of any organisation to which you are referring as your example.




Audit Scotland Human Resources 	                                                                  June 2009
                          Non-Executive Board Member 

                             Audit Scotland Board 

                   Statement of Suitability


   2. Please provide us with information about your understanding & experience of audit and
   the contribution to improvement in public services. You should provide details of any
   experience of working within or with local government, national government, law,
   accountancy, commerce or industry.




Audit Scotland Human Resources                                              June 2009
                            Non-Executive Board Member
                               Audit Scotland Board
                    Statement of Suitability

Other professional and business interests


  3.	 Please provide details below of any professional and business interests in which you are
      involved.
      •	 We cannot consider applications from anyone in the employment in an executive
          capacity in any of the public bodies we audit;
      •	 However, if you hold a non-executive or executive directorship / Board or Committee
          membership for any other organisations this should be shown below. Any advisory role
          for another organisation should also be listed.
      •	 This information is required to check that there would be no likely conflict of interest
          with this role at Audit Scotland. This will be discussed with you if a conflict of interest
          may be evident.




Audit Scotland Human Resources 	                                                  June 2009

								
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