You are invited to make nominations for two representatives of non-union members of staff to join the Joint Staff Negotiating and Consultation Committee (JSNCC); one position to represent staff in grades 7 and above, and one position to represent staff in grades 1 to 6. All University staff are eligible to nominate themselves.
An email was sent out to staff from Denise Everitt, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Chief Operating Office, launching the nomination process on Monday 25 February. If you wish to nominate yourself as a candidate for one of these positions, please click on the link in your email to complete the nomination entry form. You will be asked to provide a personal statement and the details of two people who support your nomination.
If you do not have time to complete the form immediately, it will remember your answers and you can pick it up again later on by clicking on the link in your email. The deadline for completed nominations is 17:00 on Monday 11 March.
What is the JSNCC?
The committee is the main forum for consultation between the University and its staff and is one of the most important and influential committees in the University. Its membership includes management, union and staff representatives who meet each term. The current non-union staff members are Mark Ellis, Denise Twomey, Stephen Rowlstone and Becky Verlin.
Find out more about the JSNCC
Why join the JSNCC?
Acting as a staff representative is interesting and rewarding. It provides the opportunity to discuss and comment on University plans and policies, to meet a wide range of new people and to gain valuable personal development. Training and support will be provided to the successful candidates.