Working at the SETAC Europe Council
SETAC Europe is governed by a Council elected by the SETAC Europe membership at the Annual General Assembly which takes place during the annual meeting.
The main responsibilities of the SETAC Europe Council are the strategic planning and policy settingfor science issues, meetings, education & certification, publications, membership development and outreach, public relations, finances and awards.
The tripartite representation from academia, business and government is essential for SETAC and is reflected in all its activities. The SETAC Europe Council is aiming at a balanced representation from sectors, geographies, gender and disciplines. Considering the current composition of the Council, candidates from the government sector are explicitly invited to apply.
SETAC is striving to an adequate reflection of the membership in the Council and invites students to apply when having more than three years of professional experience and being actively involved in SETAC affairs.
Please apply using the SETAC Europe Council application form and send your candidature to SETAC Europe attn. to Anne Alix, Chair of the SETAC Europe Nominations Committee, by 25 February 2019.
The SETAC Europe Nominations Committee selects eligible candidates to be nominated for electionat the Annual General Assembly to be held on Wednesday, 29 May 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. The term of elected candidates will start upon this date.
Chair of the SETAC Europe Nominations Committee