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Join an RICS board or committee

These are exciting and challenging times for the built and natural environment and RICS is looking for committed and talented individuals join its Boards and Committees.

The role of our Boards and Committees is to support RICS’ Governing Council in delivering it’s strategy, and ensuring RICS delivers on it’s mission to create confidence in markets and effect positive change in the built and natural environment.

Our non-Executives play a vital role in shaping the future of RICS, and delivering against our ambitious plans; we need your drive, skills and expertise to help us achieve them.

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All our live vacancies can be found below.

Our Boards and Committees

RICS has two types of Boards and Committees; our governance Boards and Committees, these are enshrined in our Charter and Bye-Laws, and our discretionary Boards and Committees, who support our top-level governance bodies. Further details on these can be found below.

You can download the Charter and Bye-Laws on our corporate governance page.

Governance Boards and Committees

Governing Council

Management Board

Standards and Regulation Board

Audit Committee

Please direct any enquiries regarding the above to governance@rics.org

Discretionary Boards and Committees

Nominations Committee

Remuneration Committee

Finance Committee

World Regional Boards (WRB)

Market Advisory Panels (MAP)

Please direct enquiries regarding the above to governance@rics.org

For queries relating to the WRBs and MAPs, please contact the relevant local office

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About RICS

RICS delivers confidence through respected global standards, adopted and enforced by over 134,000 qualified and trainee professionals across the built and natural environment. As a globally recognised professional body, everything we do is designed to effect positive change in the built and natural environment.

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