ICAS Council election nominations now closed
Nominations for candidates for the 2023 elections to ICAS Council are now closed. Any information below was specific to the 2023 election process.
Help oversee the ICAS strategy
Taking up a role on Council is a great way to get involved with ICAS, helping to oversee its effective management and strategic direction. This year there are five vacancies open for your nominations:
- Electoral Area seat vacancies (x 4)
- Open seat vacancy (x 1)
You can view the full details of all the vacancies here.
Find out more about Council and view our Council-member profiles to see who currently represents your Electoral Area and the Open seats.
Represent our diverse membership
Through sharing their ideas, experience and insight, Members play a vital role in enabling the achievement of both Council’s and ICAS’ strategic priorities. The broader the scope of that input, the better it represents the wider membership.
In fact, Council has the adoption, promotion and embedding of a culture of equality, diversity and inclusion at the top of its priorities – themes that are at the heart of all ICAS does, acting as a catalyst for change across the Institute and in the profession more generally.
Members of Council are required to attend four full-day meetings per year, which may require an overnight stay in Edinburgh. In addition, they are also expected to volunteer to join at least one ICAS Board or Committee when a vacancy for a Council member arises.
How to nominate
Mi-Voice, an independent election scrutineer, will be running the nominations process, the subsequent elections, and the AGM resolution voting, on behalf of ICAS.
Council elections timeline
- Monday 13 March - Nominations close at 5pm GMT.
- Monday 3 April - Voting opens.
- Wednesday 26 April - Voting closes at noon BST.
- Friday 28 April – ICAS AGM – the election results will be announced at the AGM.