An unpaid, honorary position, the new treasurer’s responsibilities will include helping to advise on IoR finances, ensuring that the Institute complies with its constitution, charity law and any other relevant legislation or regulations.
Speaking to the Cooling Post, Roger Borer said he was stepping down to pursue his other interests which includes his responsibilities as executive officer of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA).
“I’ve greatly enjoyed my time as honorary treasurer, and will be carrying on until the Institute finds a suitable replacement,” he said. “The role doesn’t occupy a lot of my time but it is a commitment.”
Anyone interested in the role must be a member of the IOR and have an interest in financial management policies and charity investment rules.
Those interested in volunteering should contact chief executive Miriam Rodway by December 3. The appointment is expected to be made from 31 March 2018.
Roger Borer takes role at BCIA – 8 April 2017
UK: Roger Borer, current treasurer of the Institute of Refrigeration, has been appointed executive officer of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA). Read more…