NIJAC Management Team

NIJAC Management Team (L-R)

Catherine Woods; Andy Millar; Adeline Frew; Edward Gorringe; Tim Horgan; Conor Curran and Helen Anderson.

 

Edward Gorringe (Chief Executive)

Edward Gorringe joined the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission as Chief Executive on 11 February 2008. 

Edward's background is in financial management and he is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. 

After training in the private sector he has held management positions in local government, central government and the voluntary sector. 

Prior to joining NIJAC he was Chief Executive of the Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust (PRRT), an NIO sponsored body who provided healthcare, education and careers guidance to retired police officers and those approaching the end of their police service.
 

Adeline Frew

Adeline Frew joined the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission in September 2007 and is Head of Diversity and Communications.

With over 20 years experience gained in the private, public, community and voluntary sectors, Adeline most recently worked at the British Council where she was responsible for providing Equality and Human Resource consultancy to management and staff in Northern Ireland and overseas.

Adeline served 5 productive and rewarding years on the EU funded Development Partnership "Diversity Works" led by Disability Action.

In her current role, Adeline is responsible for the development and implementation of Diversity, Communication and Outreach Strategies to promote and stimulate interest in judicial service and to ensure career opportunities are understood and appeal to a wide range of candidates.

Adeline can be contacted by clicking here.
 

Helen Anderson

Helen joined the Commission in October 2007 as Head of Appointments.

Helen Anderson is a Chartered Fellow with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and has over seventeen years in the Human Resources profession. Helen is qualified to Levels A and B in Occupational Testing.

Helen has been employed in a range of senior manager and consultancy roles in the field of Human Resources in the public and voluntary sectors.

Helen specialises in the areas of recruitment and equality, coaching, learning and organisational development - particularly the development of competency frameworks.

As a member of the Senior Management Team, Helen is responsible for supporting the Commission in the development, review and implementation of its Appointments Strategy and Policy.

Outside of work Helen is a busy mother of three children and voluntarily supports a number of forums. She is Membership Advisor for the Northern Ireland Branch Committee of the CIPD and an active fundraiser for her children's primary school.

Helen can be contacted by clicking here.
 

Tim Horgan

Tim Horgan is Head of Corporate Planning, Resources and Governance.

Before moving to the Commission, on its establishment in June 2005, Tim had 20 years experience in the Northern Ireland Court Service. During this time he obtained an Honours Degree in Business and an OCR Level 4 NVQ in Management.

Tim is responsible for financial and risk management, corporate governance, procurement and compliance as well as corporate and business planning and performance monitoring and reporting. He also ensures that the Commission receives professional corporate support services.

As a member of the Senior Management Team he is involved in the full range of activities that lie within the Commission

Tim can be contacted by clicking here.
 


Conor Curran

Conor Curran joined the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission in December 2007 and is Deputy Head of Diversity and Communications.

Conor is a qualified Employment Lawyer, having previously worked in London for law firms Olswang and Boyes Turner before returning to Northern Ireland.

Conor is also a qualified Diversity Trainer, HR Consultant and Member of both the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD) and Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

In his current role, Conor is responsible for the development of the Commission's Diversity, Communications and Outreach Strategies and the operational management of the Diversity & Communications Team.

Conor can be contacted by clicking here.


Andy Millar

Andy Millar joined the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission in October 2007 and is Deputy Head of Appointments.

Andy previously worked in the public sector as a Personnel and HR Manager.

In his current role, Andy is responsible for operational management of the Appointments Team and assists in the development and implementation of Appointments Policies and Procedure.

Andy is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development and can be contacted by clicking here.
 

Catherine Woods

Catherine Woods joined the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission in April2009 as Deputy Head of Corporate Planning, Resource & Governance.

Before moving to the Commission, Catherine worked in the Northern Ireland Court Service for 18 months as the Financial and Management Accountant. She also has over 10 years experience in the private sector, working in private practice, financial institutions, industry and taxation.

Catherine is an Associate Chartered Accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

In her current role, Catherine is responsible for operational management of the Corporate Planning, Resource & Governance Team, the production of the Financial and Management Accounts, and Financial Planning and Performance.

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