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New ICE Council members wanted

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The ICE’s strategic decision making body is seeking 13 new members to join as trustees.

The 35 elected member ICE Council steers how 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.

Members can nominate themselves or a colleague and would serve a three year term of office with effect from 1 November 2016.

The Council meets four times a year, usually at One Great George Street in London. The 13 vacancies to be filled this year are

  • Six general members (comprising Corporate and Technician Members) who are elected by qualified members worldwide and do not represent any particular constituency.
  • Five regional members – one member to represent each of the following regions: East of England, London, Scotland, South East England and Yorkshire and Humber. Candidates may be Corporate or Technician Members and are elected by the professionally qualified members in the relevant region.
  • One international member to represent Europe (excluding UK) and Central Asia. Candidates may be Corporate or Technician Members and are elected by the professionally qualified members in this international area.
  • Graduate member (ICE Graduate member) elected by ICE Graduate members.

All nominations must be submitted to the Council Office by 31 March 2016. Find out more about Council nominations here or email council@ice.org.uk 

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