Opportunities for CAs based in the Highlands, Scotland East and London
ICAS is looking to appoint three Area Network Chairs and a Members Board Representative. These are opportunities for CAs based in the Highlands, Scotland East and London to get involved with ICAS, expand their networks, and help shape the future of the profession.
Getting involved with any of the ICAS boards or committees can be a great way to add new insights, skills and expertise to your portfolio and can provide a fantastic networking opportunity. The benefits of volunteering are valuable and varied.
Being on Members Board and the Area Network has given me an opportunity to influence ICAS’ priorities, contribute my own ideas, and have a direct influence on the experiences of the entire ICAS membership.
Sobhan Afzal CA
Members Board and the Area Networks allows you to explore the diverse issues and opportunities within the membership and help to shape value for members.
Jamie Mumford-Raine CA
ICAS is seeking to appoint one CA to represent the Highlands at Members Board and three CAs to join the Area Network Committees as the Chair in London, Scotland East and Highlands.
ICAS Area Network Chair opportunity in the Highlands, Scotland East and London
The Area Network committee of volunteer members, led by the Chair, provide a local link between CAs and ICAS. In conjunction with providing information, updates and supporting ICAS’ communication of key initiatives, they also represent their members’ views and provide a platform for delivering feedback direct to those at the helm of the profession.
In addition, the Area Networks form smaller communities within the wider, global membership, supporting opportunities to engage, inspire, inform, and connect.
ICAS Members Board Highlands Area Representative
Members Board is responsible for providing strategic direction, guidance, oversight, and challenge to the member engagement work undertaken by ICAS. The Board performs a strategic role in considering all aspects of the way ICAS engages with its members.
This role provides an opportunity to make a positive contribution to the work of ICAS and help shape the member-engagement and communications strategy. It’s also a great way to network with CAs from across a variety of sectors and backgrounds and gain experience of being part of an influential ICAS board.
How to apply
You can learn more here about what’s involved in the roles and how to apply before the closing date of noon on Friday 10 March 2023.