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Board and executive opportunities

Current vacancies and positions for our committees, boards, groups and panels.

Current vacancies

  • We are currently inviting applications from individuals who can contribute to our journey by performing a key role on our East of England Regional Board.

    Operating out of over 30 offices around the world, we're the leading professional body for setting standards in land, property and construction. We help develop professionals from Shanghai to London, and from Sydney to New Delhi, who are shaping the world around us and the business environment within which we operate.

    The role

    The role of the East of England Regional Board is to provide market insight and intelligence to inform our overall strategy, to enhance the recognition and profile of us throughout the East of England as well as to enhance local member engagement within the region. The board comprises RICS-qualified professionals and the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson.

    We are particularly interested in hearing from you if you work in residential and housing, valuation, commercial, industrial or rural, and you are based in the Cambridge, Peterborough, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire areas.  We are also keen to ensure we represent both SMEs and corporate firms.

    We are looking to fill multiple roles on the board.

    Time commitment

    The East of England Regional Board reports to the UK and Ireland World Regional Board. Physical meetings are usually held in the Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds or Norwich area and the maximum number of days’ time commitment expected of board members is six per year.

    How to apply

    For more information on the role and to apply, please contact Regional Services Manager Deborah Knibbs.

    Deadline for applications is Friday 16 November 2018.

    Apply now

  • We are currently inviting applications from individuals who can contribute to our journey by performing a key role on our London Regional Board.

    Operating out of over 30 offices around the world, we're the leading professional body for setting standards in land, property and construction. We help develop professionals from Shanghai to London, and from Sydney to New Delhi, who are shaping the world around us and the business environment within which we operate.

    The role

    The role of the London Regional Board is to provide market insight and intelligence to inform our overall strategy, to enhance the recognition and profile of us throughout London as well as to enhance local member engagement within the region. The board comprises RICS-qualified professionals and the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson.

    We are particularly interested in hearing from you if you work in the residential sector in the London area.

    Time commitment

    The London Regional Board reports to the UK and Ireland World Regional Board. Physical meetings are usually held in the RICS London office, Parliament Square, London SW1P 3AD, and the maximum number of days’ time commitment expected of board members is six per year.

    How to apply

    For more information on the role and to apply, please contact Regional Services Manager Deborah Knibbs.

    Deadline for applications is Friday 16 November 2018.

    Apply now

  • We are currently inviting applications from individuals who can contribute to our journey by performing a key role on our South East Regional Board.

    Operating out of over 30 offices around the world, we're the leading professional body for setting standards in land, property and construction. We help develop professionals from Shanghai to London, and from Sydney to New Delhi, who are shaping the world around us and the business environment within which we operate.

    The role

    The role of the South East Regional Board is to provide market insight and intelligence to inform our overall strategy, to enhance the recognition and profile of us throughout the South East as well as to enhance local member engagement within the region. The board comprises RICS-qualified professionals and the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson.

    We are particularly interested in hearing from you if you work in the construction, residential and housing, rural sector and are in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxon, Surrey, Kent, Channel Islands. We are also keen to ensure we represent both SMEs and corporate firms.

    We are looking to fill multiple roles on the board.

    Time commitment

    The South East Regional Board reports to the UK and Ireland World Regional Board. Physical meetings are usually held in Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, Oxford, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and the maximum number of days’ time commitment expected of board members is six per year.

    How to apply

    For more information on the role and to apply, please contact Regional Services Manager Deborah Knibbs.

    Deadline for applications is Friday 16 November 2018.

    Apply now

  • We are currently inviting applications from individuals who can contribute to our journey by performing a key role on our South West Regional Board, as Chair.

    Operating out of over 30 offices around the world, we're the leading professional body for setting standards in land, property and construction. We help develop professionals from Shanghai to London, and from Sydney to New Delhi, who are shaping the world around us and the business environment within which we operate.

    The role

    The role of the South West Regional Board Chair is to lead the Regional Board and provide a clear message regarding the strategic priorities for RICS. The Chair will be an ambassador, provide market insight and intelligence to inform our overall strategy, to enhance the recognition and profile of us throughout Wales, to be the communication between the Regional and the World Regional Board, as well as to enhance local member engagement within the region. The board comprises RICS-qualified professionals and the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson.

    We are particularly interested in hearing from you have experience as a chair person and feel that you have the right attributes to bring to the South West Regional Board.

    Interviews will take place in the South West Region, to be confirmed with the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson and the UK & Ireland World Regional Board Chair, Professor Fiona Grant, BSc (Hons), PhD FRICS FCIOB FHEA.

    Time commitment

    The South West Regional Board reports to the UK and Ireland World Regional Board. Physical meetings dates and times are to be confirmed and the maximum number of days’ time commitment expected of board chair is 8-10 per year.

    How to apply

    Please send your cv and statement of intent to the Regional Services Manager Deborah Knibbs. You will then be sent a formal application form in response.

    Deadline for applications is Friday 16 November 2018.

    Apply now

  • We are currently inviting applications from individuals who can contribute to our journey by performing a key role on our South West Regional Board.

    Operating out of over 30 offices around the world, we're the leading professional body for setting standards in land, property and construction. We help develop professionals from Shanghai to London, and from Sydney to New Delhi, who are shaping the world around us and the business environment within which we operate.

    The role

    The role of the South West Regional Board is to provide market insight and intelligence to inform our overall strategy, to enhance the recognition and profile of us throughout South West as well as to enhance local member engagement within the region. The board comprises RICS-qualified professionals and the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson.

    We are particularly interested in hearing from you if you work in the construction, commercial, industrial sector in the  Wessex, Somerset, Bath area. We are also keen to ensure we represent both SMEs and corporate firms.

    Time commitment

    The South West Regional Board reports to the UK and Ireland World Regional Board. Physical meetings are usually held in the Bristol and Exeter area, and the maximum number of days’ time commitment expected of board members is six per year.

    How to apply

    For more information on the role and to apply, please contact Regional Services Manager Deborah Knibbs.

    Deadline for applications is Friday 16 November 2018.

    Apply now

  • We are currently inviting applications from individuals who can contribute to our journey by performing a key role on our Wales Regional Board, as Chair.

    Operating out of over 30 offices around the world, RICS is the leading professional body for setting standards in land, property and construction. We help develop professionals from Shanghai to London, and from Sydney to New Delhi, who are shaping the world around us and the business environment within which we operate.

    The role

    The role of the Wales Regional Board Chair is to lead the Regional Board and provide a clear message regarding the strategic priorities for RICS. The Chair will be an ambassador, provide market insight and intelligence to inform our overall strategy, to enhance the recognition and profile of us throughout Wales, to be the communication between the Regional and the World Regional Board, as well as to enhance local member engagement within the region. The board comprises RICS-qualified professionals and the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson.

    We are particularly interested in hearing from you have experience as a chair person and feel that you have the right attributes to bring to the Wales Regional Board.

    Interviews will take place at the RICS Wales office in Cardiff with the RICS Regional Director Lynn Robinson and the UK & Ireland World Regional Board Chair, Professor Fiona Grant, BSc(Hons) PhD FRICS FCIOB FHEA

    Time commitment

    The Wales Regional Board reports to the UK and Ireland World Regional Board. Physical meetings are usually held at the RICS Wales office in Cardiff and the maximum number of days’ time commitment expected of board chair is 8-10 per year.

    How to apply

    Please email your cv and statement of intent to the Regional Services Manager Elinor Weekley. You will then be sent a formal application form in response.

    Deadline for applications is Friday 2 November 2018.

    Apply now

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