Two roles open up on the BSP Executive Committee (ExCo)

Would you like to become part of the BSP ExCo and help ensure the success and growth of the society? If so, read on…

The British Society for Phenomenology (BSP)
The BSP is a not-for-profit organisation set up with the intention of promoting research and awareness in the field of phenomenology and other cognate arms of philosophical thought. Currently, the society accomplishes these aims through its journal, events, and podcast. We are an open and welcoming society, and our aim is to create a convivial, inclusive environment for our membership during every interaction.

BSP Executive Committee (ExCo):
The BSP is represented by an Executive Committee (ExCo), a body within and composed from the society’s membership. Executive committee representatives may serve by fulfilling a specific role (or roles) for the society, or in a purely advisory capacity. Currently, the BSP is seeking two people from within the society membership to join the ExCo for the roles of Secretary and Membership Secretary. Both of these roles are a great opportunity for someone up for the challenge of being part of the team committed to ensuring the success and growth of the society. All ExCo roles are unpaid voluntary positions and have a tenure of four years.

The ExCo roles
To find out more about the roles of Secretary and Membership Secretary, please check out the job descriptions:

Application process:
To apply for one or more of these roles, please send an email expressing interest to the president of the BSP, Dr Patrick O’Connor: [email protected]. Your expression of interest should include the following information:
> Your current BSP membership status, including if you have previously served on the ExCo
> A short academic biography, foregrounding your interests in phenomenology
> A brief overview of your skills in respect to the responsibilities and duties of the role you are applying for

The deadline for application is midnight Sunday 22 March 2020.

We will reply to all expressions of interest, and people who pass the paper sift will receive a short and very friendly telephone interview.