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JSNCC non-union representative nominations

The Joint Staff Negotiating and Consultation Committee (JSNCC) is the main forum for consultation between the University and its staff on matters of mutual interest.

Staff membership of the committee comprises representatives of each of the trade unions and four representatives of non-union staff: two from the professional services and research support staff in grades 1 to 6; and two from the academic, research and professional services staff in grades 7 and above.

One of the current representatives, Jon King, is leaving the University in August so nominations are now invited for one position to represent staff grade 7 and above. Staff members working within Grade 7 and above are encouraged to apply.

Nominations can be made by responding to the nomination email sent on 14 June. All nominations must be proposed and seconded by two other staff members and nominees must confirm that they agree to be nominated. The deadline for completed nomination forms is 17.00 on Monday 28 June 2021.

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, meet a wide range of new people and gain valuable personal development. Training and support will be provided to the successful candidate.

Further information about the JSNCC and the nomination and election processes can be found on the JSNCC website or by contacting HR via