AGM Council Election - Director of Communications
IIC holds an Annual General Meeting which every IIC Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Individual, Early Career member is invited to attend and is eligible to vote. Students and institutional members are also invited to attend but cannot vote at the meetings. The Annual General Meeting is to allow Council (IIC’s charity trustees) to explain their management of the Institute to the members and it also provides members with an opportunity to ask questions before voting on the business items on the agenda, and to elect, or re-elect, members of Council to run the Institute.
The next AGM will be held online and in London (venue to be confirmed) on Monday 29 January 2024 where the following role will be elected to Council. A scope of work for the role is available to view at the bottom of this page, for the following position for election by the membership:
- Director of Communications
IIC is an international body and continually seeks to represent an international variety of regions, cultures and disciplines on Council.
All IIC Council positions are for an initial term of three years’ duration and when elected each individual will be a trustee of a charity, and a director of a Company limited by guarantee, registered in England & Wales. Therefore all candidates must declare that they are eligible to be a Trustee and Director of IIC, and are able to comply with regulations as detailed here.
You do not necessarily need to be an IIC Fellow to be on IIC’s Council, each position identifies on the scope of work, whether being a Fellow of IIC is a requirement for the role. The role, Director of Communications, on IIC Council is open to IIC members who are eligible to vote.
Why stand for election to Council?
As a member of IIC’s Council you will take an active role in shaping and promoting the aims and activities of IIC at a time of important changes and help IIC to fufil its purpose of enabling, educating and recogising excellence in the international heritage conservation community, which is set out in IIC's Strategy 2030.
How to stand for election and deadline
IIC's new Articles of Association were approved at an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) in January 2022. All nominations will be reviewed by the Talent and Participation Committee.
There is no formal nomination form. The following information should be sent by email addressed to Jane Henderson, Secretary General, Chair of the Talent and Participation Committee, and sent by email to: email@example.com - to arrive at the IIC office by no later than 15th December 2023 at midday (GMT/UK time) and should include:
- Short manifesto (250 words maximum)* relating to the role,
- Curriculum Vitae (C.V.),
- Reference or statement of support
*Please note that individuals who submit manifestos that are over 250 words will be asked to edit them to comply with the stated maximum word limit