Membership Council Governing Committees
ICC is now accepting applications for various openings in the Governing Committees for each Membership Council. Click here for an application. The Membership Council Governing Committees act as liaisons between the Councils and the ICC Board of Directors, providing feedback and recommendations to the Board regarding various ICC services, helping build and improve relationships with stakeholders, and to act as advocates for areas of professional or technical interest import to the Council Members.
The Governing Committees for each ICC Membership Council were established with staggered terms of office, so each Council will have vacant positions open at the end of this year. The Members of each Council present at the Council’s Annual Meeting must select candidates to fill these open positions. The candidates’ names will be presented to the ICC Board of Directors for ratification.
ICC Membership Councils are discipline specific councils that have been established to serve as a forum for information exchange to keep the membership up-to-date on the activities of the Code Council and to build and improve relationships with stakeholders with an interest in the activities of the applicable Membership Council. Click here for Council Policy 9, which regulates the ICC Membership Councils. Click here for your Membership Council’s charter.
Travel is required. The Governing Committee of the respective Membership Council will typically hold 1-2 meetings per year, plus regular conference calls.
Term: 3 years. The number of openings in each Membership Council are: one (1) in the Fire Services Membership Council, six (6) in the Building Official Membership Council, five (5) in the PMG Membership Council, four (4) in the Sustainability Membership Council, and three (3) in the ICC Global Membership Council.
Staff: Karla Higgs (ext. 5268) at 1-888-ICC-SAFE (422-7233)
Application deadline: September 15, 2014.