FSRH Council vacancies for Members/Fellows/Diplomates - Deadline extended for selected regions until 29 March

Posted 16 February 2024

Date: 16 Feb 2024

Type: FSRH News and Information

The FSRH Council is the professional membership body of the FSRH, responsible for implementing the Faculty’s mission and contributing to its clinical expertise and to meeting long-term goals and aims. The Council is comprised of elected FSRH members and nominated external representatives and plays a key role in shaping and overseeing the work of the Faculty, bringing the member voice and experience into our work.

This year we have a number of vacancies and are looking to recruit Diplomates and Member/Fellows. We have extended our deadline for the following selected areas: 

  • East of England
  • Midlands
  • NE & Yorkshire
  • South East
  • South West
  • Scotland
  • Wales

Appointment to the Council of the FSRH is now on a region and nation basis; meaning that each vacant position will represent a region.  

Those standing for election should have a work address within the region or nation for which they are standing.  

Read more about the FSRH’s governance.

What does this (unpaid) role involve? 

This role description outlines the role of an elected Council member. Council meetings currently take place on a Thursday during the day four times a year. Meetings are virtually with one in person meeting in London.  

In addition to Council meetings, there are other opportunities to support FSRH’s work as a member of Council including representing the Faculty at meetings and getting feedback from members.

If elected, you would be expected to attend all meetings. 

If you would like an informal discussion with the CEO or President about standing for election for one of these roles, please contact Helen Davies, Executive Assistant at hdavies@fsrh.org to arrange.  

 

 

To stand for election please fill in the relevant form: 

Application form for Diplomates 

Application form for Members/Fellows 

Please note: only Diplomates may nominate Diplomate candidates, and only Members/Fellows can nominate Member/Fellow candidates. 

Completed application forms, with two proposers, must be received by midnight 29 March 2024.

When the nomination period has lapsed, if the number of members standing for election does not exceed the number of vacancies, a ballot will not be held and the members nominated will be elected. If the number of nominations exceeds the number of vacancies, a list of candidates, together with ballot forms, will be sent to the relevant membership categories with a ballot paper and an online election will be held. 

Voting will be conducted on a regional and national basis.