Junior Committee Member

  • Title: Junior Committee Member
  • Organisation: The Property Institute ‘TPI’
  • Contribution: Attendance to Committee meetings on a quarterly basis. Ad hoc meetings for working groups (if applicable)
  • Duration: 6 years on rotation

About TPI


“Our vision is to be the trusted, credible voice within the property management sector, committed to creating a positive difference and driving standards for a unified profession.”



“Our mission is to always facilitate safer managed property communities. The Property Institute's members value our technical knowledge sharing and qualifications, both in their work and professional development. By building relationships with Government and Property Management stakeholders we strive to continually improve standards, acting as a credible voice for our industry. We are committed to driving a positive change for our members, stakeholders and consumers.”


Key responsibilities

The Junior Committee of The Property Institute (TPI) exists to actively contribute to TPI's mission and support the TPI Board of Directors to represent and uphold the 'gold standard' for professional practitioners and firms within the industry. Our primary goal is to provide enhanced support for TPI's combined membership while fostering a stronger, unified voice for the property management sector. This becomes particularly crucial in a time of unprecedented change in public policy.

As a Junior Committee Member at TPI, you will play a critical role in supporting the organisation's mission and contributing to its success. This position offers a unique opportunity for individuals who are passionate about our cause and seek to develop their leadership skills while actively engaging in high-level decision-making.

Key Objectives of the Junior Committee:

  1. Support TPI's Mission: The Junior Committee serves as a dedicated arm of TPI, aligning its efforts with the organisation's overarching purpose and direction set forth by the TPI Board.
  2. High-Level Engagement: Members of the Junior Committee have the opportunity to actively engage in discussions and the decision-making process at a junior level. This includes participation in strategic planning, policy formulation, and other critical initiatives.
  3. Exposure to Key Projects: Junior Committee members gain valuable exposure to key projects and initiatives led by TPI. This involvement allows them to contribute their insights, skills, and expertise to advance TPI's mission.
  4. Working Group Involvement: The Junior Committee actively participates in working groups and task forces, collaborating with senior professionals and experts to address industry challenges and opportunities.
  5. Community Engagement: Engage TPI members and associated stakeholders or target demographic in TPI’s activities and causes. This can involve organising community events, workshops, or awareness campaigns.
  6. Volunteer recruitment and management: may recruit and manage volunteers for TPI. Help ensure TPI has a steady pool of volunteers to support its activities and initiatives.
  7. Diversity and Inclusion: promote diversity and inclusion within the TPI and its activities. Focus on creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all members of TPI and key stakeholders
  8. Shaping the Future: Acting as ambassadors for TPI, the Junior Committee plays a pivotal role in shaping the future direction of TPI. Members provide fresh perspectives, innovative ideas, and feedback that contribute to the organisation's growth and evolution.
  9. Preparation for Leadership: Serving on the Junior Committee offers members a unique opportunity to develop leadership skills, industry knowledge, and a high-level understanding of TPI's operations. This prepares them for potential leadership roles on the TPI Board or the broader property management sector.

In summary, the Junior Committee of The Property Institute is committed to actively supporting TPI's mission, ensuring the industry's highest professional standards are maintained, and advocating for the collective interests of our membership during a time of significant change in public policy. Through our active involvement and collaboration, we aim to create a stronger, more vibrant, and forward-thinking property management sector.

Experience and Attributes

  • Passion for and alignment with the organisation's mission and values.
  • Advisory age range of 20-35 years or less than 3 years property sector experience
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with diverse teams and stakeholders.
  • Commitment to attend committee meetings, working group meetings and other relevant organisational events.
  • Willingness to learn and actively contribute to committee discussions and decision-making.
  • Self-motivated with good organisational skills
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines
  • High ethical standards and a commitment to transparency and accountability.


Valuable experience in junior governance and leadership.
Exposure to strategic planning and decision-making processes.
Networking opportunities with senior professionals and industry leaders.
A chance to make a meaningful impact on the organisation's mission and objectives.
Mentorship and professional development support.

Application Process

Please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your interest and alignment with our mission to info@tpi.org.uk  FAO TPI Board Director Jess Parmar, by 10th November 2023. The Property Institute is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we encourage individuals from all backgrounds to apply.

All applications will be reviewed, and any successful applications will be put through to an interview stage; following which, candidates will be shortlisted and hired as a Junior Committee Member.

The aim is to have a Junior Committee formed by the end of January 2024 with the first meeting to be held in February 2024.