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Composites UK is looking for individuals from within its membership to sit on its Board of Directors for the term of 2020 - 2022.

The Board of Directors comprises of eleven individuals for a term of office of two years. A Director must be a fully paid up member of the Association and in addition to being a Director can put themselves forward for one of the named posts should they wish during the two-year term. The Chairman position is elected by the Board of Directors.

The Board meets quarterly to review and plan the running of the Association.

Six Board Director positions are open for election in 2020.

Overview of Responsibilities

Board Director
Attend 4 Board meetings per annum. Contribute to discussions and decisions on the running of the Association.
Attend 1 strategy meeting per annum.

Additional Responsibilities of Named Posts
Research Director - report to the Board on activities/opportunities in the research arena. The Research Director should be a member of an academic establishment or an RTO.

QHSE Director - oversee the Association activities on H&S and environmental issues working with the Operations and Sustainability managers.

Training Director - lead the association activities on training and report these quarterly to the Board.

Finance Director - oversee the association finances in collaboration working with the Operations Manager and Accounts Officer.

Communications Director - oversee the communications activities in collaboration with the Communications Manager.

Membership Director - oversee the membership development strategy working with the Operations Manager.

Trade Director – oversee the trade activities of the association working with the Operations Manager.

To download the application form, please click here and for the terms of reference, click here.

Deadline for nominations is 30th June.

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