Coordinating group and returning officer elections
The Coordinating Group ensures the union is working effectively as a whole, overseeing management of staff and financial resources and coordinating between different parts of the union. It is made up of representatives from across the union, and meets monthly on weekday evenings. You can read the details of the group’s responsibilities here.
There are 3 positions on the coordinating group open to election by all members. We encourage you to stand and will support you to make sure you have everything you need! To be eligible, you have to have been a member of the union for at least 3 months on 22nd June, and you need the support of 5 other union members.
To nominate yourself please use the form below.
Voting will happen online, and will open after our upcoming all-member assembly on the 22nd June and be open for 2 weeks. The term is for 12 months.
If you are considering standing and want to find out more, or have specific access requirements, please contact Michael (email@example.com) or Ali (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll be happy to talk it through in more detail.
Returning Officer – Nominations Open
Nominations are also now open for a returning officer for a 12 month term, to help oversee the next round of coordinating group selections. Again, nominees need the support of 5 other union members, and voting will be be open for 2 weeks after the all member assembly. If you have any questions, please contact Michael or Ali.
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