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ICE Elections 2009: Overview

Elections to ICE Council are once again underway; making it that time when members get their say on who should help lead their institution.

All members eligible to vote should have received their voting papers by now. There are 9 vacancies to be filled:

  • 5 general members (these are members who do not represent any particular constituency)
  • 3 regional members representing Northern Ireland, the North West and South West to be elected by Corporate and Technician Members with voting rights in those regions
  • 1 Graduate member to be elected by the ICE Graduate membership

There are currently 48 members on the ICE Council and, as Trustees of the ICE, they are responsible for having a say in the major decisions made on behalf of the Institution.

Candidates have set out a broad range of aspirations in their addresses ranging from raising the ICE’s influence to delivering a high quality service to members.

Candidates’ views

To help you make your choice, NCE asked the candidates some questions of its own. Discover the candidates’ views on burning issues over the following pages:

General candidates

Regional candidates: North West

Regional candidates: South West

Regional candidates: Northern Ireland

Graduate candidates


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