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ICAEW committee vacancies

We regularly recruit for members, and non-members, to join ICAEW committees. These committees support the governance of ICAEW as set out in the governance handbook.

  • Learning and Professional Development Board and Assessment Committee

    Learning and Professional Development Board (LPDB)

    Responsible for overseeing the development of ICAEW’s learning and professional development strategy and policies in relation to: provisional members and other students, Authorised Training Employers and Authorised Training Principals, practising certificate requirements and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements. The Assessment Committee is accountable to the LPDB.

    Assessment Committee

    The Assessment Committee is accountable to the LPDB. The Committee is responsible for ratifying examination results and dealing with all matters relating to assessment.

  • ICAEW Members and Commercial board and Committees

    ICAEW Members and Commercial Board (IMCB)

    Responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of policies, actions and the operational plan in the area of ICAEW member services and ICAEW commercial services.

    Member services are broadly those services provided to members within the annual subscription.

    Commercial services are broadly those offered to members outside of the annual subscription and to non-members on a commercial basis and which generate income.

    The Business Committee, Practice Committee, Ethics Advisory Committee and Support Members Steering Group are accountable to IMCB.

    We also have a number of ICAEW Member communities that are accountable to IMCB.

    Business Committee

    The Business Committee is a non-executive body of standing, authority and influence through which members in business can represent their views to ICAEW and vice versa.

    Ethics Advisory Committee

    The Ethics Advisory Committee is responsible for overseeing the Ethics Advisory Service in its role providing ethical advice and support to members, students and affiliates.

    ICAEW Practice Committee (IPC)

    The IPC is a non-executive body of standing, authority and influence through which Members Engaged in Public Practice (as defined in the electoral regulations) can represent their views to ICAEW and vice versa.

    Membership of the IPC is by elections and co-options.

  • Professional standards committees

    We are recruiting for ICAEW members to serve on our professional conduct and regulatory committees.

  • Technical Strategy Board

    We regularly recruit for members, and non-members, to join ICAEW Technical Strategy boards and committees. The technical committees guide our work interacting with regulators, standard setters and legislators.

We are committed to diversity at ICAEW. We believe the profession, and our own organisation, does best when it reflects the society we serve. From the beginning, our profession was one which was open to the most talented, regardless of background – and this continues today.