Election for Satellite Campus Officer
9 July at 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Notice of Election for Satellite Campus Officer
Thursday, 9 July 2020
Outside the Courtyard Cafe, Holme Building
Notice is hereby given for the election for the position of one (1) Satellite Campus Officer to be held at 5pm on Thursday, 9 July 2020 in the area outside the Courtyard Café (Level 3 Holme Building), directly upstairs from SUPRA offices. Should more than 40 people attend the meeting, it will postponed until such time as a safe voting environment or alternative process can be provided.
Any Member of the Association who is currently enrolled at the University and identifies as a student from a satellite campus is eligible to nominate themselves for the position, subject to the SUPRA Constitution and SUPRA Electoral Regulations. Download a nomination form. Nominations are now open and need to be sent to SUPRA President at President@supra.usyd.edu.au by 11am Wednesday 9 July 2020.
The Satellite campus Officer is an equity position and has a seat in the SUPRA Council. The duties and responsibilities of the Satellite Campus Officer are defined by SUPRA’s Constitution and the Duty Statement for the position. The position has a maximum stipend of seven (7) hours per week. The elected candidate will receive an induction when they join the Council.
1. Introduction & election of a Returning Officer
2. Explanation of the election procedure
3. Candidates’ statements/speeches
4. Casting of secret ballots
5. Appointment of scrutineers and counting of votes
6. Announcement of results by Returning Officer
Please note that only currently enrolled postgraduate students who are students from a satellite campus and members of SUPRA are eligible to nominate and vote in the election. The polling booth will be open for one hour after the candidate statements have been made and all eligible students must cast their votes during this time.
For any questions, contact the SUPRA Co-President: email@example.com