Changes to the Constitution
Changes to the constitution can only take place at the AGM or an Extraordinary General Meeting called for the purpose. An EGM can be called by the Executive Committee or a written request from 20% of the membership.
Any changes proposed at the AGM must be notified to the Secretary no later than 40 days before the AGM.
Election of Local Officers/Executive
Become a Local Officer or a member of the Local Executive Committee
Members of the NASUWT who are serving teachers represent, support and advise other members of the Union. Annually you can elect your Local Association Officers and Executive Committee, who meet between General Meetings to carry out the business of the NASUWT in Rochdale
Would you like to stand for nomination as a Local Officer or member of the Executive Committee?
Simply fill in the nominee details on the nomination form which you can find below.
Then a member of the Rochdale Local Association should propose you and another member needs to second you by completing the other parts of the form.
Return your completed nomination form with the documents specified on the form to:
NASUWT North West
North Quarry Business Village
Skull House Lane
Lancashire WN6 9DL
10th January 2018
Alternatively, you might want to nominate another NASUWT member?
Elections are being held for the following posts:
The Negotiating Secretary is the lead local officer representing and negotiating on behalf of NASUWT Rochdale members. Any member with a contract to teach, lecture or instruct is eligible to stand for this post.
The Vice-President is a three-year term of office. On the annual anniversary of their appointment the Vice-President takes up the office of President and then Ex-President. The presidential role can involve chairing meetings and supporting local negotiations and other NASUWT activity. Any member with a contract to teach, lecture or instruct is eligible to stand.
The Treasurer monitors the NASUWT Rochdale finances in accordance with local financial procedures. All full members of the NASUWT are eligible to stand.
For all of these roles, the NASUWT provides support, advice and training.
The Rochdale Executive Committee is made up of members who support the local officer group in running the Rochdale Local Association and supporting NASUWT members locally. The amount of their involvement varies – it may be no more than attending and playing an active part in Executive Committee meetings or it may be volunteering to take on small tasks as the need arises. All full members of the NASUWT are eligible to stand.
If you would like further information about any of the roles, please contact Charlotte Metters, on 01257 256800
In the event of nominations for more candidates than posts available, the National Union will administer a ballot of Rochdale members.
Chris Keates (Ms)
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