CSP members are invited to apply to become a member of a new equity, diversity and belonging committee.
The committee will provide expertise, insight, support and advice to CSP Council on matters relating to equity, diversity and belonging.
How to apply
- you can apply by completing an online application form and submitting it by noon on 6 January 2022.
- you will be asked to include some personal information, your CV, a brief statement (maximum 500 words) outlining why you are interested in becoming a member and evidence to demonstrate how you meet the person specification criteria
- you do not need to complete the application form in one go. The application form provides details on how you can save your progress as you go. If you are unable to apply online and require an application in a different format, please email email@example.com
CSP Council chair Alex MacKenzie: ‘We will be looking for a range of members to put themselves forward for this new committee.
They will have the opportunity to help shape our work and to inject energy and enthusiasm into leading the profession and governing the CSP.
‘We aim to create a profession that welcomes everyone, reflects the populations we work in, values diversity and also works within the wider society to influence changes there too.’
Why should you get involved?
Becoming a CSP committee member can be a rewarding experience.
It means you will have the opportunity to:
- monitor progress from a member perspective in the achievement of the equity, diversity and belonging strategy – including consideration against the indicators of success and action plans
- make recommendations as to how the equity, diversity and belonging strategy/elements of the CSP corporate strategy should evolve over time
- in-depth consideration of policy decisions to inform council’s overall decision-making
- act as a spokesperson that is being quoted in a CSP press statement or in Frontline articles, for example
- inform operational work, ie member monitoring data categories; equality impact assessments; training and development for groups of members (for example, stewards or council and committee members) and providing input and guidance on language and terminology
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