01 Oct 2018
The Steering Committee of the YMG invites applications for new committee members. Five vacancies are due to arise with effect from January 1, 2019.
All young members or individuals willing and eligible to become members in conjunction with their application are eligible to join the Steering Committee. Election to the Steering Committee is for a maximum term of three years. The Steering Committee meets monthly by telephone conference and members are expected to make an active contribution to the work of the YMG and to act as a representative for their geographical region.
The Steering Committee aims to be representative of YMG's global membership and applications are particularly sought from candidates in the following regions:
In order to apply for a position on the Steering Committee please send a copy of your CV, together with a short covering letter answering the following questions, to Amanda Lee, YMG Chair Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org and Ronan O'Reilly, YMG Vice-Chair email@example.com:
1. Why do you want to join the Steering Committee?
2. What do you believe that you can contribute to the work of the Steering Committee?
3. What experience do you have of organising events and/or serving on committees?
Applicants should also confirm that they have the support of the organisation that they are employed by or associated with and are willing and able to make an active contribution to the work of the Steering Committee.
The deadline for applications is 31st October 2018.
Applicants selected for interview will be notified.
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