Would you be interested in becoming a Scrutiny member, working closely with other members to review services and to report your findings and recommendations to our Board?
We are currently looking for committed tenants and leaseholders to join the Scrutiny Panel.
This is an exciting voluntary role, with an important independent function. We will pay for your expenses and provide you with training and support so that you feel confident in this role.
What does the Scrutiny Panel do?
Scrutiny is the process where residents are able to review how we provide services and to challenge and make recommendations about how they could be improved. This might mean changing the way that we do things, making our services better value for money, more accessible, or a combination of these factors.
What skills do you need to join the Scrutiny Panel?
Although no previous experience is needed, we look for someone who:
How much time does a panel member spend on scrutiny?
A typical review takes three to six months to carry out. During this time members will need to attend regular meetings and do a little work at home.
Why should I join?
If you become a member of the Scrutiny Panel you’ll be able to:
Members of the Scrutiny Panel can also sit on the Service Board, if they undertake the required training and application process.
What does the Service Board do?
If you are interested in becoming a scrutiny member, or would be interested in joining any of our other resident groups, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Julie Cleave, Resident Involvement Lead, on 01626 322751 for more details.