Closure date is 5th November. The Authorities’ meetings are usually held in the Snowdonia National Park area.
What will You be Expected to Do?
National Park members are responsible, individually and collectively, to the Welsh Government for providing effective leadership for the National Park Authority, for setting its policy and for ensuring that it meets its objectives within the statutory, policy and financial framework laid down for it. Members have a duty to act at all times within the law, in good faith and in the best interests of the National Park, and to be scrupulous in ensuring that their public position is at no time compromised in favour of private interests, or gives rise to suspicion that this has been done.
To provide effective leadership for the National Park Authority, in particular in defining and developing its strategic direction and in setting challenging objectives;
To ensure that the National Park Authority’s activities are conducted and promoted in as efficient and effective a manner as possible;
To ensure that strategies are developed for meeting the National Park Authority’s overall economic and social objectives, in accordance with the policies and priorities established by the Welsh Government;
To monitor the National Park Authority’s performance to ensure that it fully meets its aims, objectives and performance targets;
To ensure that the National Park Authority’s control, regulation and monitoring of its activities, as well as those of any other bodies, which it may sponsor or support, ensure value for money within a framework of best practice, regularity and propriety and to participate in the corporate planning process;