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CIBSE Committee Recruitment

Are you interested in volunteering and getting involved in CIBSE activities? There are a number of roles in a variety of areas across the institution both in the UK and internationally, which allow you to get involved.

Volunteering is a great way to get more involved in CIBSE, provides great rewards, enhances your CV and allows you to give something back to the industry as well.

Current committee vacancies

Technology Committee - Volunteers Required

Would you like to have an influence on CIBSE’s review of technology and policy trends and contribute to our input on emerging standards and legislation in energy and the wider built environment?

CIBSE is looking for volunteers with a building services engineering background to fill a number of vacancies on the Technology Committee. In addition to building services expertise, candidates should have an interest in national policies and regulations regarding building design and performance. You may also be interested in research activities and technical developments likely to affect the sector and CIBSE members.

CIBSE are looking for new members to join the Committee who can participate in quarterly meetings, either in person in London or remotely via conference calls, to review circulated papers and to comment on draft documents as required in between meetings.

More information about the work of the Committee is available on the Committee’s web page.

CIBSE members wishing to join the Committee are invited to send their applications to the Technical Department: Technical@cibse.org. Applications should include a short CV (maximum 2 page) accompanied by a short statement of no more than 300 words setting out why they wish to be considered.

The deadline for applications is Tuesday 31st August 2018.

The next meeting of the committee is on Wednesday 3rd October 2018.
 

Knowledge Management Committee - Volunteers Required

Would you like to have an influence on CIBSE’s programme for delivering knowledge and guidance to members and the wider industry? Are you a regular user of the CIBSE Knowledge Portal?

CIBSE is looking for volunteers with building services engineering background to fill a number of vacancies on the Knowledge Management Committee, which oversees the development of CIBSE technical guidance. In addition to building services expertise, candidates should have an interest in the guidance that CIBSE produces on building design and performance. You may also be interested in research activities and technical developments likely to affect the sector and CIBSE members.

CIBSE are looking for new members to join the Committee who can participate in quarterly meetings, either in person in London or remotely via conference calls, to review circulated papers and to comment on draft documents as required in between meetings.

More information about the work of the Committee is available on the Committee’s web page.

CIBSE Members wishing to join the Committee are invited to send their applications to the Technical Department: Technical@cibse.org. Applications should include a short CV (maximum 2 page) accompanied by a short statement of no more than 300 words setting out why they wish to be considered.

The deadline for applications is Tuesday 31st August 2018.

The next meeting of the committee is on Wednesday 3rd October 2018.
 

Regional Almoner Required

The CIBSE North West Region are looking for a volunteer to take on the role of Regional Almoner. 

The work of the CIBSE Benevolent Fund Trust depends heavily on the efforts of Almoners who currently represent each Region of the Institution.

The role of the Almoner is to care for those members, past members, and/or dependants, who are less fortunate and who are in need, within the compass of the limits set out by the Benevolent Fund Trustees.

An Almoner should have a reasonable knowledge of social care in the Community; have a sympathetic demeanour; be able to give forthright advice; and be able to take immediate and effective action where it is necessary.

The role of Almoner demands adequate time availability, whether the aspirant is still involved in business, or who has retired, in the necessary attendances at meetings at Regional level, and at Balham, together with maintaining contact with current and new Regional Client dependants of the Trust, on a regular basis.

For further information, or to submit an expression of interest, please respond by return to cibse.nw@gmail.com