Valuation Assurance Committee, Chair

Remote with occasional travel to RICS London HQ, Westminster
£340 per day plus reasonable travel and subsistence expenses
Closing date
4 Apr 2023

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RICS Standards and Regulation Board

Valuation Assurance Committee, Chair

Do you have senior experience of valuation? Are you interested in a new regulatory role within RICS?

We are looking for an experienced Chair to lead this important new Committee responsible for oversight of RICS’ regulatory assurance regime for RICS Registered Valuers and RICS Regulated Firms undertaking valuation services. RICS’ Standards and Regulation Board will establish a new Valuation Assurance Committee by mid-2023.

For further information please see the Role Description and Person Specification.

The Chair of the Committee may be a Chartered Member of RICS but need not be. The Chair must not be a practising valuer and the individual must be demonstrably independent of any currently practising RICS regulated firm carrying out valuations. The position will be remunerated at £340 per day with an anticipated time commitment of 25 days per annum, with a maximum term of appointment of three years.

Further information, including how to apply, can be found on the RICS website via the 'Apply' button.

Closing date for applications is 17:00 (GMT) on Tuesday 4 April 2023

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