The Association for Project Safety is looking for a member of the organisation to serve on our newly formed governance committee.
The new committee is vital to the future of the Association and, working with Council, directors and headquarters, will help determine the future structure of the Association for Project Safety. The Committee will be taking on a major project aimed at setting out, streamlining and focussing the rules and regulations which underpin how the APS operates and serves our membership. It will ensure the rules are up to date and clear to follow and provide a framework for all the Association’s activities. It will also support the headquarters team by helping clarify the different roles and responsibilities of the executive, directors, regions and Council. The Committee will report back to the membership through the Council.
APS is looking for someone who is committed to the future of the organisation and, while organisational or legal experience might be helpful, a passion for progress is more important. If you have served on a board or committee or helped organise any group of people – at work or in your spare time - you are likely to have the experience we are after.
The commitment is voluntary but not likely to be time-consuming - there will be a maximum number of four face to face meetings every year, but there may also be calls and emails which require your input. The project is likely to run for two years. Expenses will be paid, but the post is not otherwise remunerated.
The committee reports to the Board and is chaired by Jonathan Moulam.
If you are interested, please email Lesley.email@example.com by 6th June setting out why you would like to help and the skills you can bring to the committee.