Residential Institutions Statutory Fund Act 2012

14.

Functions of chief executive.

14.— (1) The chief executive shall carry on and manage, and control generally, the administration of the Board and perform such other functions (if any) assigned to him or her by or under this Act or any other enactment or as may be determined by the Board.

(2) The chief executive shall perform his or her functions subject to such policies as may be determined from time to time by the Board, and shall be accountable to the Board for the efficient and effective management of the Board and for the due performance of his or her functions.

(3) The chief executive shall provide the members of the Board with such information, including financial information, in relation to the performance of his or her functions as the members may require.

(4) The chief executive may make proposals to the Board on any matter relating to the functions of the Board.

(5) The chief executive may, with the consent in writing of the Board, delegate any of his or her functions to a specified member of staff of the Board, and that member of staff shall be accountable to the chief executive for the performance of the functions so delegated.

(6) The chief executive shall be accountable to the Board for the performance of functions delegated by him or her in accordance with subsection (5) .

(7) The chief executive may, with the consent in writing of the Board, revoke a delegation made under subsection (5).

(8) In subsection (5), “functions” shall not include a function delegated by the Board to the chief executive subject to a condition that the function shall not be delegated by the chief executive to anyone else.

(9) The Board may, with the agreement of the member of staff concerned, designate a member of the staff of the Board to perform functions of the chief executive in the absence of the chief executive or where the position of chief executive is vacant, and a member so designated shall in such absence or upon such position being vacant perform those functions.

(10) The Board may at any time revoke or alter the designation made under subsection (9).