The Landscape Institute (LI) is currently seeking Chartered members of at least five years’ standing to join our Adjudication Pool and assist us in addressing professional conduct matters
The LI is currently seeking volunteers to join our Adjudication Pool and assist us in addressing professional conduct matters.
Adjudication Pool Members will work closely with the LI’s regulation team to address matters brought under the LI’s Code of Conduct. The LI generally expects to deal with five or six disciplinary cases per year; some extending to a full hearing, with others being resolved at an earlier stage.
Once they start, some, but not all, cases may involve a series of written submissions to read, and occasionally may require a site visit. Adjudication Pool meetings would take place online, with exceptions made for site visits and physical meetings only where it is in the interest of justice to do so. The LI would like to hear from Chartered members (CMLI or FLI), of at least five years’ standing, who have:
- experience sitting on hearings, disciplinary cases, or tribunals
- experience dealing with sensitive or confidential matters
- specialist knowledge or technical expertise in a certain area, such as GLVIA
- previous experience working in a role on behalf of the Institute such as on Advisory Council, on a branch, or on a standing committee
Volunteering for the Institute can be a rich and rewarding experience. Adjudication Pool volunteers will help support us in a crucial membership body function, contributing to fair and objective decision-making and exemplifying our highest standards of behaviour and professionalism. Relevant volunteering work can also contribute to your continued professional development (CPD).
Applications close on Wednesday 16 June. Find out more about the role on jobs.landscapeinstitute.org.