Thu, 20 Jan 2022

First Minister Paul Givan and deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill have launched a public appointment competition for five new Victims & Survivors Service (VSS) Board Members.

First Minister Paul Givan and deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill have launched a public appointment competition for five new Victims & Survivors Service (VSS) Board Members.

First Minister Paul Givan said:

"I am pleased to launch this recruitment competition for new VSS Board Members. The VSS Board has the crucial role in overseeing and ensuring that the valuable work being taken forward by the Victims & Survivors Service continues to be delivered.''

Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill said:

"The Victims & Survivors Service provides vital support and services to groups and individuals and I would like to encourage anyone with the relevant skills and experience to apply."

The Victims and Survivors Service is a Non-Departmental Public Body of the Executive Office which provides services and support to victims and survivors of the Troubles/Conflict, Historical Institutional Abuse and Mother and Baby Homes, based on individually assessed needs.

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