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Get more involved with FPH by standing for election for one of three key leadership roles

Nominations open on Monday 3 December for the election of three FPH Officers, all of which are key leadership roles. They are:

  1. Treasurer – who is responsible for the Faculty’s financial affairs and ensuring its financial viability;
  2. Academic Registrar – who provides strategic leadership for the Faculty’s examinations, training and continuing education in public health; and
  3. Assistant Academic Registrar – who serves as a deputy to the Academic Registrar, supporting the provision of high quality examinations, training and education.

The positions are open to all FPH Fellows in good standing and provide an exciting opportunity to engage in the strategic leadership of FPH, helping to shape the future of our organisation and public health. So, if you have a special interest in examinations, training and education, or financial affairs, and would like the opportunity to make a positive impact using your skills and expertise, we would be delighted to receive a nomination from you.

If you are not a Fellow but know someone who’d be perfect for one of the above positions, tell them – it could be the nudge they need to put themselves forward!

Nomination papers, including post descriptions, can be found here:

 Academic Registrar
 Assistant Academic Registrar

The deadline for nominations is 5pm on Wednesday 9 January 2019. Please note, in accordance with our Standing Orders, all candidates must be nominated by a voting member of the Board; a list of Board members is included in the nomination packs.

The successful candidates will take up post from FPH’s AGM on 12 June 2019.

If you require any further information about the elections, please contact Caroline Wren -, 020 3696 1464.

Published 03 December 2019

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