|Call for Applications: ICB Advisory Council
ICB is calling for applications from Associate Members, full Members, and Fellows who wish to stand on the ICB Advisory Council.
The Advisory Council is an ICB consultative group made up of ICB members and was established in 2010 to represent the views and opinions of members and the bookkeeping profession as a whole.
After applications have been received, the candidates will be announced in the May newsletter and the new members of the council will be decided by vote by ICB members.
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How to apply
Associate Members, Members and Fellows of at least two years' good standing can send in an application to be put forward for the vote.
Please send an email to email@example.com by 30th April together with:
- Max 600 word profile with reasons why you wish to be part of the council, including relevant work experience and any notable achievements
- Max 150 word reference from at least two supporting ICB members (Associate, Member Fellow of a minimum 2 years' good standing)
- Copy of passport or driving licence (if not already held by ICB)
You will receive an email to confirm your application has been received and your submitted profile may be published to the ICB website as part of the voting process.
The purpose of the council is to provide informed advice and independent support to the ICB Executive and to identify and clarify standards.
Members of the Advisory Council are voted in from the ICB membership and are expected to apply the experience and judgement from their individual backgrounds to the questions considered by the Advisory Council and in doing so actively contribute to improving the quality and integrity of ICB.
Advisory Council meetings provide a forum for open debate, authoritative questioning and active involvement in ICB and the service it offers to members.
Advisory Council members are expected to attend two full day meetings each year and will need to be able to deal in a timely manner with the reading of substantial Advisory Council documents.
Members will be expected to join working groups to formulate reports and recommendations to the council.
Members of the council will need to fulfill the requirements of the Advisory Council Terms of Reference.
ICB Advisory Council Terms of Reference