Join an International Standard-Setting Board

Make a difference on the global stage and help shape the future of international accounting and auditing.

We are seeking exceptional leaders to volunteer their time and professional expertise to work in the public interest on international audit, ethics, and public sector accounting standard-setting boards.

For nearly two decades, the work of international, independent standard-setting boards has supported the global economy and financial markets by producing high-quality, global standards for audit and assurance, professional ethics, public sector financial reporting, and professional skills and competencies. These boards need your help to continue this important work. Nominate an exceptional leader or submit your own candidacy today!

These boards are looking for highly knowledgeable and informed individuals from all professional backgrounds who have insights and perspectives that are relevant to global standards.

Candidates should have subject-matter knowledge as well as strong English proficiency. Each board meets up to four times per year; the required time commitment is approximately 300 to 850 hours per year, depending on the board, member involvement, preparation, and travel time.

The Call for Nominations document included here provides information on the relevant qualifications, and strategic and practical guidance in identifying the most qualified candidate for each available position.

The Nominating Committee follows an open and transparent process to select the best candidates for the available positions, while also aiming to achieve gender, regional, and professional balance. For more information about the Nominating Committee, its due process, or guidance in selecting the best candidate, please visit the Nominating Committee web page.


Download the Call for Nominations for the IPSASB in 2023


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