- Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
- Flexible working
- Unpaid – travel and subsistence reimbursed
- Closing date
- 2 Jun 2023
- General Environmental Health
- Directorial, EH Practitioner
- Contract Type
- Part Time
President, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
Location: Chadwick Court, 15 Hatfields, London, SE1 8DJ
Pay: Unpaid – travel and subsistence reimbursed in line with CIEH’s policy
Voluntary: up to 20 days a year
We are now seeking to appoint a President-Designate to take office as President from 1 January 2024.
We are looking to appoint someone who can be a strong advocate and voice for the profession, provide support and challenge for our Board and Executive management team and work closely with our Chair and Deputy Chair.
The role of the President is to:
- Act as an ambassador for CIEH
- Offer high level advocacy and promotion of CIEH, its mission, aims and values
- Meet with governments and other key stakeholders on behalf of CIEH
- Provide a focal point for CIEH in the media
- Contribute to debates within the Board of Trustees about the priorities of the organisation
- Represent CIEH nationally and internationally
This invitation to apply is open to both CIEH members and non-members from within the environmental health community.
The initial term of office for President is one year (renewable); the maximum service is three years (consecutive or otherwise).
The President is appointed as a member (but not Chair) of the Board of Trustees, the ultimate decision-making body of CIEH. CIEH Board members are also appointed as trustees of the Environmental Health Officers’ Welfare Fund.
Posted: Monday 17 April 2023
Closing date: 09:00, Friday 2 June 2023
The shortlisted candidates will be notified by Friday 16 June 2023, with interviews to take place on Friday 30 June 2023 (in person, in London).
Visit our website for more information and to access the information pack and application form.
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