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New CPD Framework Steering Group Members

New CPD Framework Steering Group Members

We are now seeking to appoint five individuals to the Post Qualification CPD Framework Steering Group.

Building upon the review of entry and assessment to the Chartered Surveyor profession, RICS’ Standards and Regulation Board (‘SRB’) is establishing a Post Qualification CPD Framework Steering Group (‘the Steering Group’) to lead a review of RICS’ existing continuing professional development (‘CPD’) framework and potentially, post qualification recertification and/or assessment.

Chaired by Peter Smith FRICS, the Steering Group will operate for a period of two years, with a possibility of extension for a further year.  

The key objective of the Steering Group is to make recommendations for any revisions to RICS’ current CPD framework and potentially, the creation of a post qualification recertification or assessment programme (subject to consultation with the membership).

The Steering Group will be accountable to the SRB. The SRB is a global Board which combines responsibilities previously held by the separate Knowledge and Regulatory Boards. It is responsible for overseeing and upholding the profession’s standards through a global assurance and enforcement regime, providing independent oversight and a public-interest perspective across RICS’ standard setting and regulatory functions. 

The Role

We are looking for five individuals, three professional Chartered Members of RICS (MRICS or FRICS) and two individuals from other regulated professions.

Download the role specification

The Candidate

Suitable candidates will understand the importance of structuring and maintaining post qualification and continuing professional development for professionals, and will share our commitment to sustaining a dynamic, relevant, diverse and inclusive profession.

Collaborative yet able to exercise independent and sound judgment, candidates must be resilient, confident, and professional, demonstrating a reputation for probity, integrity, and fairness.  

Individuals appointed to this role will be responsible for fostering a culture of openness, transparency, and accountability. Able to collaborate with other RICS governance boards and stakeholders, appointees must inspire stakeholder confidence and trust in RICS’ post-qualification and CPD framework.

Candidates are likely to have expertise in post qualification training and development and may also have knowledge and experience of CPD and post-qualification frameworks.

With a diverse membership from around the world, RICS encourages applications from candidates with a diverse background, people from an ethnic minority, people with disabilities and other underrepresented groups. Applications are invited globally.

Terms of Appointment

Remuneration and expenses

This position is remunerated at £340.00 per day. Candidates will be eligible to claim reasonable travel and subsistence expenses in accordance with the current RICS policy. This role is not pensionable.  

 

Time commitment and duration of appointment

The maximum term of an appointment will be three years. There may be no more than two successive terms of appointment. The annual time commitment is anticipated to be approximately 15 days.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit the following documents to srbgroupsapplications@rics.org

  • A personal statement (maximum two pages) explaining how you meet the criteria for the role, as described in the role specification;
  • A CV which includes any relevant experience (maximum two pages);
  • Details of two professional referees; referees will only be contacted for short-listed candidates following interview;
  • Your relevant professional body membership details (i.e. RICS membership status and number; or other regulated profession membership status and number)
  • Diversity and Inclusivity Monitoring Form

Download: Diversity and Inclusivity Monitoring Form

Applications for Members of the Steering Group remain open until 17:00 on Friday 30 September 2022. Interviews will likely take place mid-late October and specific dates will be confirmed as soon as possible. Successful candidates will attend an online induction in early November 2022.

Further information

RICS is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. We have a clear vision to inspire future generations into the profession and showcase its attractiveness to all of society.