Want to have a say in how your Union is run?

28-Feb-2020


Want to have a say in how your Union is run?

We are looking for 4 Doctors in Training to fill casual vacancies on ASMOF NSW Council. The Registered Organisations Commission (ROC) has made arrangements with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) under Section 189 of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 to conduct an election for these 4 vacancies on the ASMOF NSW Branch Council.

The nominations will open on 2 March 2020 and close on 23 March 2020. Please find the nomination form here.

Councillors have responsibility for the overall direction of the Union and play a key role in enabling the Union to function well in the workplace.

Councillors provide an important two way link between the Union office and our members in the workplace. As a Councillor you are expected to educate your co-workers about ASMOF campaigns, activities + services that will benefit their working lives, as well as ensuring that the views, concerns and experiences of your cohort are represented at the highest level of the Union.

The general duties of a Councillor are in relation to the financial and strategic management of the Union. The key functions of a Councillor are:

  • the management of the affairs of the Union
  • the determination of policy for the Union
  • the making, alteration or rescission of rules of the Union

 

ASMOF is a democratic union and it is important that our Council reflect the diversity of our membership. We encourage all interested members to apply- no specific experience is required. If you want to find out more about being an ASMOF Councillor, send an email to asmof@asmof.org.au and we will be in touch.