Academic Board Committees - Expressions of Interest

Call for Expressions of Interest in membership of Academic Board Executive Committee

Expressions of interest, which should be no more than one page, should include your motivation for applying and outline the skills and/or experience you would bring to the role. Expressions of interest must be submitted by close of business 11 July 2022.

Nominated members of the Academic Board Executive Committee have a three-year term.

Selection of committee members will be undertaken by Academic Board Executive Committee, taking into consideration the skills mix, diversity and geographical location of the existing members of the Committee. Recommendations will then be made to Academic Board for approval. If Academic Board Executive Committee considers that there are no suitable nominees, a further call for expressions of interest may be made.

Academic Board Executive Committee

Academic Board Executive Committee co-ordinates the work of the Policy Sub-Committees of Academic Board, identifying key academic matters related to academic quality which should be brought to the attention of the Board; develops the annual work plan for the Board and reviews the work plans of Academic Board Committees, and; reviews Academic Board agendas with attention to items starred for discussion. Academic Board Executive Committee is also responsible for considering requests for out-of-session approval from Policy Sub-Committees which involve policy or course approvals.

Membership on Academic Board Executive Committee will increase your understanding of the ‘big picture’ of Academic Board operations and its role in academic governance.  The Committee meets 4 times each year and on an ad hoc basis as required.

  • Eight Academic Board members

Expressions of Interest should be emailed to and must be received by close of business 11 July 2022.