Membership of the PMSG is open to engineering construction companies involved in the energy transition and related activities, from legacy production of fossil fuel to renewables and future energy systems. It is relevant to project-funding organisations, asset owners, operators, service providers, the wider supply chain and other industry associations.
The ECITB PMSG aims to represent stakeholders from all these groups while keeping the size of the group manageable. The steering group members should represent as wide a peer group as possible and consist of recognised influencers across the market sector. The ECITB PMSG is to maintain as diverse and inclusive a membership as possible to meet its needs.
Current members of the ECITB Project Managment Steering Group:
Members of the steering group will select the Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson and a Secretary Volunteer. The Chairperson will hold their seat for a maximum of two years and will be replaced by the nominated Deputy to ensure continuity of leadership. When activities warrant it, the steering group may be extended to include participation from other key industry stakeholders, including trade associations, government bodies and academia. Membership will be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that the PMSG remains relevant and active. Decisions on the tenure of steering group members is at the discretion of Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson and will form part of the membership review. Regular or continued non-attendance or lack of engagement may result in membership being withdrawn.
Conduct of Business
- The ECITB PMSG is an industry advisory group, not a decision-making body. Whilst they inform ECITB activities in the field of project management and project leadership, decision making that involves commitment of ECITB resources rests with ECITB.
- The working group will meet 6 times per year in the Aberdeen area or virtually. (It is expected that members attend 4 of those meetings as a minimum.)
Formal recording of key decisions and actions from each meeting and shared with the group.
- All members are expected to proactively contribute to the undertaking of the group by either leading or being part of new and ongoing initiatives.
- It is expected that work will be undertaken between meetings to ensure progress is made.