Annually at the Annual General Meeting each year the membership elect the Gymnastics Ireland Board of Control (BOC).
The BOC consists of the President, Vice President & Company Secretary, the Vice Presidents of each discipline (9 disciplines) and each region elects a Regional Representative to sit on the Board to speak on their behalf. The maximum number of individuals on the BOC if all positions are full is 20. The BOC is the policy board of the organisation and meets a minimum of 4 times a year.
The President, Vice President & Company Secretary are, by virtue of their election, ex-officio members of all committees in Gymnastics Ireland.
The Vice Presidents of each discipline annually appoint their voluntary Technical Committees to govern their respective disciplines & the regions annually elect their voluntary Regional Committees along with their regional representative to the BOC.
The Joint Technical Committee (JTC) consists of each of the Vice Presidents of the 8 gymnastics disciplines and is tasked with coordinating and governing in areas of commonality for the disciplines.
The Hearings Panel deals with issues regarding discipline and complaints as per strict policy guidelines.
The Membership Vetting Control Committee (MVCC) & the Membership Vetting Appeals Committee (MVAC) deal with membership issues resulting from Garda Vetting/ Access NI disclosures.
The Board of Management (BOM) is a sub-committee of the BOC tasked with running the day-to-day affairs of the company Irish Gymnastics Ltd trading under the registered trade name Gymnastics Ireland. This is a competency based board consisting of the President, Vice President and Company Secretary in addition to the Chief Executive Officer and any co-opted individuals fulfilling competency based roles. The CEO manages the various departments at Gymnastics Ireland and is responsible for driving the strategic direction of the organisation.
Gymnastics Ireland currently operates with 6 separate departments employing professional staff in each in order to develop the sport nationally...
This department is responsible for the day-to-day administration of activities across the organisation.
This department is responsible for the development of the internal Gymnastics Ireland coaching ladder and additional internal & external education initiatives.
This department is responsible for the development of initiatives to increase participation in the sport of gymnastics in Ireland.
Policy & Welfare
This department is responsible for ensuring Gymnastics Ireland operates all its activities in line with best practice, covering areas as diverse as good governance through to child protection.
Performance & Technical
This department is tasked with the development and on-going management of the high performance side of our sport with the ultimate aim of producing the best results for Gymnastics Ireland/Ireland at international level.
Marketing & Events
This department is responsible for communication and marketing of all Gymnastics Ireland activities in addition to the development and management of key Gymnastics Ireland events.