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Board of Assessors, NI Delegate

Posted on: September 16th, 2020 by Forde May No Comments


Board of Assessors, NI Delegate

On behalf of our client, the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland, Forde May Consulting is assisting in the recruitment of a member to the UK-wide Board of Assessors.

The Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) are the independent pharmacy regulators in Northern Ireland and Great Britain respectively.

Their role is to protect, promote and maintain the health, safety and wellbeing of members of the public by upholding standards and public trust in pharmacy.

The Registration Assessment is set, marked and moderated by a Board of Assessors, comprising pharmacists and non-pharmacists with assessment and pharmacy experience. The number of members is between 10-15, including members from all four countries of NI and GB.

The principal function of the Board is to protect patients and the public by contributing to the maintenance of standards in pharmacy education.

To join the Board of Assessors it is essential candidates possess the following skills, experience and knowledge:


Desirable skills, experience and knowledge

For more information and to apply please request an application and information pack from Forde May Consulting by e-mailing or telephoning 02890 628877. The closing date for applications is the 2nd October.  Final interviews will take place on the 9th October 2020.


PSNI Board of Assessors Information Pack

PSNI Board of Assessors Application Form

Board of Assessors Monitoring Form 2020 process

Chief Executive Officer

Posted on: September 14th, 2020 by Forde May No Comments

Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust

Chief Executive Officer

The Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust (PRRT) helps build new and healthier futures by supporting thousands of retired and retiring police officers to create the future they want after policing.  The PRRT makes a difference to people’s lives by helping them to feel as mentally and physically well as possible.

Due to the impending retirement of the incumbent officeholder, the PRRT has retained the services of Forde May Consulting to recruit a new Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the ongoing growth, transformation and evolution of the Trust.

The Role:

Reporting to the PRRT Board of Directors the CEO is the overall leader of the organisation and has a key role in setting its strategic direction and in creating the vision and culture which will enable the Trust to continuously develop as a centre of excellence in the provision of services to its client groups.


The CEO works closely with the Chair and Board of Directors, the Dept of Justice and a range of stakeholder groups, including the PSNI, the Police Federation of NI, Northern Ireland Prison Service and others in determining funding and programme development.


The CEO provides strong and inspirational leadership, direction and support to the Senior Management Team to ensure excellent and effective service delivery across each of the PRRT departments of Psychology, Physiotherapy, Personal Development and Training, and Finance and Shared Services.


This appointment calls for a proven leader and strategic thinker with an excellent track record of delivery to help enhance the service offered by the PRRT. For an informal discussion contact Gerry May at Forde May Consulting Ltd Phone: 028 9062 8877 or to request an application pack please email quoting ref no 1777CEO before the closing date of 5pm on the 28th September 2020.


Initial interviews will take place between the 5th – 9th October, followed by final interviews on the 19th & 20th October.  Applicants are advised to ensure their availability for interview on these dates.

PRRT is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. However, as Roman Catholics are currently under-represented in our workforce, we would particularly welcome applications from members of the Roman Catholic Community.


Application form

Candidate information booklet

Director of Human Resources

Posted on: September 1st, 2020 by Forde May No Comments

About Glanbia Cheese

Glanbia Cheese is the leading mozzarella manufacturer in Europe. Established as a joint venture between Glanbia plc and Leprino Foods, businesses with a combined annual turnover in excess of €5 billion, Glanbia Cheese has been able to draw on each parent company’s strengths and areas of expertise to develop an innovative cheese manufacturing process focused on consumer needs.

The Role

Due to the retirement of the incumbent Director, Glanbia Cheese has retained the services of Forde May Consulting to recruit a new Director of Human Resources.  The HR Function sits at the heart of the business. Your role as Director of Human Resources is to ensure that the business creates the right conditions to develop and nurture the talent within Glanbia Cheese. You will provide direction and support across the business in respect of the Human Resource function including staffing, employee and Union relationships, training and development, performance management and compliance with Employment Legislation.


The Individual

At Glanbia Cheese everything starts with people and the existing team are specifically interested in leaders who are: resilient; inquisitive; confident; proactive, visionary, energetic and can develop winning cultures.


You will be able to demonstrate the following:

The Director of Human Resources will be responsible for three sites across the UK and Republic of Ireland and as such must be able to commit to extensive travel within the role.

For an informal discussion call Gerry May at Forde May Consulting Ltd on 028 9062 8877, or to apply send a CV and covering letter setting out how you meet the requirements to, quoting reference number 1776DHR.