Join Liverpool Chamber’s Members Council April 8, 2009Posted by liverpoolchamber in Policy.
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The Members Council here at the Chamber is currently seeking nominations for new Council members.
The Members Council represents the collective interests of Liverpool Chamber’s membership. The key role of the Council is to enable discussion and debate. Council members are a key source of intelligence for the Policy Team and are expected to identify issues facing the private sector and aid policy formulation.
The Council consists of 36 individuals who are elected at the AGM. Council members serve a maximum of two (three year) terms. Currently, the Council meets on the first Wednesday of every month
This year we are particularly keen to welcome nominations from women, ethnic minority groups and people with disabilities to ensure Council reflects and is representative of the wider business community.
If you are interested in applying for a position on the Council, please fill out the nomination form linked below and return it by 30 April 2009.
Interviews will be arranged in May. Nominations are sent to Council in June for approval, and the election takes places at the AGM on 9th July.
If you would like to discuss the role of the Members Council or the nomination and election process, please contact Maresa Molloy, Head of Policy and Information firstname.lastname@example.org or 0151 227 1234 #2234
Download the Nomination Form here [Word doc]