The role of the Standards Committee is to promote, sustain and safeguard the behaviour of members within the Council and the probity of all the Council’s proceedings. The attachments below relate to the work of the Committee:
New independent member for the Standards Committee - January 2016
Gwynedd Council is looking for a lay person to serve as an independent member on its Standards Committee. We are looking for someone with:
- Listening skills
- Ability to understand and weigh up evidence
- Ability to come to an objective view and explain that view by reference to the evidence
- Team working skills
- Respect for others and an understanding of diversity issues
- Personal integrity
The Standards Committee promotes and maintains standards of conduct of members of Gwynedd Council and the county’s community and town councils.
The ability to speak Welsh will be considered to be an advantage, and the need to achieve a balance of skills, qualities and expertise on the Committee, as well as the need to represent the community as a whole and achieve a geographical spread will be taken into account.
The Committee usually meets about 4 times a year (although some additional meetings may be held as necessary). An allowance will be paid on the basis of each meeting attended, plus travel expenses.
Submitting an application:
Details for applicants
Closing date: 5 February 2016
Standards Committee Reports
Standards Committee Annual Report 2014-2015
Standards Committee Meetings
Agendas and minutes of Standards Committees