Wednesday 24 August 2022
The Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure is looking for up to two people to join the Committee as non-voting members.
Committees of the States can elect non-voting members to sit alongside the States Members. They can participate fully in the work of the Committee, but do not have a vote.
Deputy Lindsay de Sausmarez, President of the Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure, said:
"We believe non-voting members can add real value to the work of a committee and would be delighted to find up to two people with suitable experience to support E&I's work.
The Committee is keen for a diverse range of views to be represented and would welcome applications from people of all ages and backgrounds.While no specific qualifications are needed, we would be keen to hear from people with experience that would be particularly relevant to our policy work on housing, energy, climate change, or infrastructure, which will continue to be a core focus for us this term.
We are a small team with a very broad mandate and want to find people with the right skill set to work with us and provide that rigor and challenge, to ensure that a broad range of views shape our decision making."
The Committee's mandate includes infrastructure, climate change, energy (including renewable), marine policy, on-island transport policy, waste policy, water policy, environmental policy, planning policy, land management, agriculture, farms, animal imports/exports, and the States Vet.
To find out more information about this role or to apply, please get in contact with the Committee Secretary, Peter Falla, by emailing email@example.com. Applications should explain how the applicant can contribute to the Committee's mandate. The deadline for applications is Monday 12th September 2022.