Membership of a panel is both challenging and fulfilling, giving members the chance to contribute to the ICE in its role as Learned Society, and contribute to future policy.
Panel membership also gives members the opportunity to work with similar groups from other professional institutions.
With the debate over nuclear, clean coal, the Severn barrage and energy efficiency all hotting-up, there has never been a more crucial time to join the ICE's energy panel.
The panel aims to provide a forum to discuss energy policy issues. The ICE view on energy and its consequent relationship with government and other energy bodies will come from the panel. The panel will also inform government and other bodies of the engineering issues surrounding energy.
Similarly, the building boom in the UK, the Middle East, India and China has increased the demand for geospatial engineers.
The geospatial engineering panel's aim is to raise awareness of the latest developments in geospatial technologies to the civil engineering community.
Again, the panel engages with government through joint working, and promotes geospatial engineering to students.
Successful applicants will commence their membership in January 2008 and serve for an initial term of three years.
They will be expected to attend four meetings in London each year, assist in responding to government consultations, and identify topics and speakers for events. The posts are voluntary and unpaid ,although modest travel costs are met.
If you are interested, send your CV and a covering letter outlining why you feel suited to this position. Email email@example.com
More information about the output of the panels can be found at http://www.ice.org.uk/knowledge. Closing date for applications is 9 November 2007
Technical Report Route Professional Reviews
In accordance with Bylaw 16, the under-mentioned names are published as having applied for professionally qualified membership of the Institution, subject to passing the relevant professional review via the Technical Report Route.
If any Corporate Member has
any reason to give why a candidate is not a fit and proper person to be admitted as a Member, they should communicate in writing to the Director General and Secretary
by 12 November 2007.
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