We’re recruiting for Board Committee Members

In December 2018, Privy council approved changes to IOSH’s committee structure so that it will be able to reflect best governance practice and help us to continue the modernisation of our organisation.

We have since implemented four new Board committees, each chaired by a Board of Trustees member. We are now recruiting a non-IOSH member for each Board Committee, who will provide impartial advice and support.

Being a Board Committee Member is a responsible position where you will support the Board in fulfilling their roles and responsibilities to the Institution. These roles provide a great opportunity for someone looking to expand their experience in a non-executive position.

Applications close 28 May 2019. Find out more below about each committee, role and how to apply.

Audit and Risk

The Committee will receive assurance that IOSH internal controls and risk management processes are fit for purpose, protect the integrity of the IOSH brand and are consistent with current UK good practice.

**Brief role requirement**


Finance and Investment

The Committee will be responsible for aligning the use of resources (financial, workforce and assets) with the strategic direction of the organisation and support the Board of Trustees in meeting its fiduciary duties.

**Brief role requirement**

If you are an IOSH member interested in this role, please visit the IOSH website.


Performance and Development

The Committee will ensure IOSH is accountable to its members and enhance the value of the profession for the benefit of IOSH members in accordance with IOSH’s Charitable Objectives.

**Brief role requirement**


Policy and Standards

The Committee will ensure the alignment of IOSH with national and global developments, sector policy and standards. It will also support the Board of Trustees to put in place the framework, currently WORK 2022, setting out the values, culture and behaviours of the Institution that will help deliver its core purpose.

**Brief role requirement**


There is a time commitment of 12 days a year, inclusive of Board meetings, development days and Board Committee meetings. Board Committee members are appointed for a period of 3 years, with eligibility for a second 3-year term (maximum of 6 years), although terms can be slightly different if there is a necessity to stagger to maintain continuity.

The role is unremunerated, however reasonable expenses will be paid.

If you would like to discuss this role in more detail please contact governance@iosh.com.

Applications close 28 May 2019.