The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authorities (EIOPA) is looking for pension professionals, member and employer representatives to sit on its pensions stakeholder group.
The 30-strong group is intended to help EIOPA consult with stakeholders on regulation across the union.
The newly selected board will replace the current members at the end of their two-and-a-half year term, with EIOPA expecting to complete the process by February.
The organisation said the Occupational Pensions Stakeholder group would include at least five "independent top-ranking academics" alongside industry, member and employer representatives.
EIOPA said it strived to get an appropriate geographical and gender balance on the groups.
The deadline for application is 8 November 2015, and anyone interested can find more information on EIOPA's website.
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