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Election of BRC Executive

NSW Rover Council Executive Role Nomination Form

NSW Rover Council Executive elections occur at the 5th council meeting every year for the incoming executive who take their positions at the following April Conference.

Every position is open for nominations, and all invested Rovers are eligible to run, some positions require the Rover to have completed either their basic or advanced training.  See the relevant role description for more information.

The Process

As per the Constitution this is the process for nominations for election to the NSW Rover Council Executive.

6.3.4. Nominations for election to the Executive Committee must be:
a) in writing;
b) endorsed by the Chair of the Rover’s Region Rover Council or Crew Leader of the NSW Lone Rover Crew, and at least one other Rover from the nominees Region or NSW Lone Rover Crew and endorsed as accepted by the nominee; and
c) delivered to the Executive Committee at least fourteen (14) days before the commencement of the meeting at which the election is taking place, or such other time as specified by the Executive Committee.

To apply for a role on the NSWRC Executive, simply fill in the nomination form below, entering your details, the details of the position and relevant information about yourself addressing the criteria of the role.  You will need to be younger than 25 years old as of the date of the following April conference.  If you are not yet knighted you must be knighted before the April conference.  If a Rover Knight runs for the same position as a Rover Squire, the Rover Squires nomination ceases to be valid.

Send the completed form to the State Commissioner for Rovers (commissioner@nsw.rovers.com.au) prior to the closing date.

All nominations will be sent out with the Agenda prior to the meeting.

Nomination Form

If convenient it is acceptable to sign the form on a computer with an electronic signature (digital signature not accepted).

On the Day

On the day of the elections, each nominee will have a chance to address the Council, and be asked any questions that the council deems appropriate.

The Chairman will then ask all nominees to leave the room, and voting will occur via secret preferential ballot.

The nominee with the highest number of votes will be elected for the position.

For a full position descriptions of Executive positions, please click on the following links.

Chairman

Vice Chairman

Secretary

Treasurer

Executive Officer (Recruitment and Retention)

Executive Officer (Training)

Executive Officer (Service Officer)

Executive Officer (Activities)

National Rover Council Delegate

Executive Officer (Communications)

Executive Officer (Program)