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APM Board elections: can you help us lead the association?
Posted by Kirsten on 21st Jul 2017
APM, the Chartered body for the project profession, has a democratic process for electing its board. This is fundamental for APM – our board is comprised of members and elected by members. Can you help us lead the association?
The Board wishes to highlight that it is keen to see candidates with a diverse mix of skills and backgrounds. The infrastructure sector is well-represented on the current Board and candidates with experience in other sectors would be welcome. The Board again emphasises the need for the highest calibre candidates. It seeks applications from those who can demonstrate the competencies needed to be a Board member who can operate at the highest level with a focus on strategic decision-making.
Any full member or fellow who feels they have what it takes to fulfil this key role is encouraged to submit a nomination form by 21 September. You are strongly encouraged to read the briefing pack in full. The nominations form is included within it.
Once all nominations have been received, Full members will review and elect their preferred candidates. The timeline for the elections is as follows:
Nominations close 21 September 2017
Elections open 10 October 2017
Elections close 10 November 2017
AGM – Results announced 21 November 2017
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