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Council nominations sought

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Nominations are now open for 11 new members for ICE’s Council.

They will serve a three year term with effect from 6 November 2018.

Members can nominate themselves or a colleague.

The 35 elected-member ICE Council determines the way the Institution can best deliver value to society and its members.

It is responsible for setting the high-level strategy for the ICE to meet the challenges and needs of the 21st century.  The Council meets four times a year, usually at One Great George Street in London.

The 11 vacancies to be filled this year are:

  • Five general members (comprising corporate and technician members) who are elected by professionally qualified members worldwide and do not represent any particular constituency
  • Five regional members – one member to represent each of the following regions: East Midlands, West Midlands, Northern Ireland, North West and South West. Candidates may be corporate or technician members and are elected by the professionally qualified members in the relevant regions
  • One graduate member to be elected by ICE Graduate members. Candidates must be an ICE graduate member.
  • Nominations must be submitted to the Council Office at One Great George Street by 31 March 2018. Click here to find out more about Council nominations 

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