The candidate must at least qualify in one and excel in another of these three criteria: management, technical innovation, or practice innovation.
Service to the Remanufacturing Industry
The candidate must at least qualify in one and excel in another of these three criteria: RIC service, remanufacturing leadership activity, and leadership in promoting the remanufacturing industry.
In addition to completing the form below, you will be asked to upload the following materials:
- Letter of nomination, limited to a maximum of two pages
- Three letters of recommendation, limited to a maximum of two pages each. Two of the three recommendations must be written by an RIC member.
- The nominees CV/Resume
Has years of management experience demonstrating increasing levels of responsibility and diversity of management roles. Qualifications are documented in such measures as: significant roles in managing projects, initiatives, programs; number and types of people directly supervised; number and types of people indirectly supervised; budget responsibility; technical responsibility; organizational change; and impact on the organization.
Has made significant contributions relation the the remanufacturing industry technology, engineering, logistics, or management through the creation and implementations of new methodologies and/or philosophies and their dissemination through media such as books, journals, magazines, conferences, and meetings, as well as presentations at industry forums.
Has made significant contributions to remanufacturing practice through the design, implementation, teaching or consulting of remanufacturing techniques including measurement of the resulting benefits.
Has provided service to RIC over a major portion of their professional career. Service can be wide ranging, show progression from the local level to national level, and include significant leadership roles that have positively affected RIC's mission.
Service to other groups related to the remanufacturing industries. Has volunteered significant time and been active in the national or international leadership of other groups that relate to the remanufacturing industry.
Has gone significantly beyond professional career responsibilities covered under other criteria to enhance the visibility and impact of the remanufacturing industry by taking actions that promote the profession to members of other entities within their organization, members of other professions, policy making bodies, students, etc.