Heads of Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Bill 2011

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Heads of Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Bill 2011

37(3) The appointment shall either—(a) be on such terms (including terms as to remuneration andallowances for expenses) as the Minister may, with the consent of theMinister for Public Expenditure and Reform, determine and be subjectto the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments)Act 2004, or(b) be on such other terms (including terms as to remuneration andallowances for expenses) as may be determined by the Authority andapproved by the Minister with the consent of the Minister for PublicExpenditure and Reform.(4) The Chief Executive shall(a) implement the policies and decisions of the Authority,(b) manage and control generally the Authority’s staff, administrationand business, and(c) perform such other functions as may be required or as may be dulyauthorised by the Authority under this Act.(5) The Chief Executive shall be responsible to the Authority forthe performance of the Chief Executive’s functions.(6) The Chief Executive shall not be a member of the Authorityor an advisory committee, but may, in accordance with proceduresestablished by the Authority or an advisory committee, as the case may be,attend meetings of the Authority or the committee, as thecase may be, and shall be entitled to speak at and give advice atsuch meetings.(7) The Chief Executive shall provide the Authority with suchinformation, including financial information, in respect of the performance ofthe Chief Executive’s functions as the Authority mayrequire.(8) The Chief Executive shall not hold any office or occupy anyother position in respect of which remuneration is payable, or carryon any business, without the consent of the Authority and the approval of theMinister.(9) Such of the functions of the Chief Executive as the ChiefExecutive may specify may, with the consent of the Authority, beperformed by such member or members of the staff of the Authorityas the Chief Executive may authorise for that purpose.(10) The functions of the Chief Executive may be performed duringthe Chief Executive’s absence or when the post of Chief Executive

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