Due to members coming to the end of their tenure, RICS now seeks two UK or Ireland members to join the Board.
RICS is here to build a profession that is respected by setting standards, training and regulating RICS professionals. The UK & Ireland World Regional Board has a pivotal role to play in leading RICS and supporting the profession across the UK and Ireland.
Due to members coming to the end of their tenure, RICS now seeks two UK or Ireland members to join the Board. To be effective, the Board aims to reflect the breadth of the profession and its strategic priorities and as such applications will be particularly welcome from members with experience in one of the following:
Please download the role description and application form from this page.
As the largest RICS world region with over 78,000 members and 15,000 trainees across the UK & Ireland, the Board has a wide portfolio of responsibilities essential to maintaining the value and growing the trust and influence of RICS.
The main responsibilities of the UK and Ireland World Regional Board are:
Joining the Board gives you the opportunity to influence how to take RICS forward and to promote the profession, shape Government policy, develop your skills and networks while giving something back.
Appointment to the Board is for an initial period of up to three years. The Board is made up of RICS members and staff executives and meets up to four times a year. The total time commitment will be no more than 10 days a year. There is no remuneration, but travel and accommodation costs incurred will be reimbursed in accordance with the RICS members' expenses policy.
The closing date for applications is 22 November 2019. There are two vacancies and applications are invited from RICS professionals with experience in one of the following:
Shortlisting of prospective candidates will take place immediately after the closing date with the interview process expected to commence in early December. We aim to announce the new Board appointments shortly thereafter with their first Board meeting taking place in January 2020.
To find out more and apply or to encourage a colleague to do so, please download the role description and application form from this page.
If you have any specific questions or would like to discuss this opportunity please contact Simon Prichard, Chair of the UK & Ireland Board (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Matthew Howell, Managing Director UK & Ireland (email@example.com)