Probity and Disputes Committee Call for Nominations

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NOMINATE to become one of the ANUSA Probity Officers or a member of the ANUSA Disputes Committee!

Probity Officers (3 or more positions available)

The role of Probity Officer is to assist the Returning Officer in managing the Annual Elections of the Association. Probity Officers have powers of inquiry and investigation under the Constitution to ensure that Annual Elections are conducted in accordance with the Regulations, and to report on breaches by candidates and tickets of Electoral Offences. Email expressions of interest by 5pm on Friday, 26 April to sa.gensec@anu.edu.au. Nominees will then be provided with a form to declare conflicts. Conflicts of interest may include: 
. a) Membership of a political party registered with the Australian Electoral Commission in any Australian State or Territory; 
. b) Membership of any Political Club or Society; or 
. c) Contesting, being elected to or otherwise holding, at any time, any office or position in ANUSA or the ANU Union Board.
Completed forms must be submitted by 5pm on Friday, 26 April for the nomination to be accepted.

Disputes Committee (up to 5 positions available)

The Disputes Committee oversees disputes arising under the Constitution, the Regulations or any other Policy of the Association. Members of the Committee must undertake a thorough investigation into any matter referred to it, including disputes relating to the validity of resolutions calling for the dismissal of Representatives of the Association, and allegations of breaches of this Constitution and the Regulations. 

Any undergraduate student of the ANU who is not an elected Representative of the Association may nominate to fill the positions. 
Expressions of interest should be emailed to the General Secretary at sa.gensec@anu.edu.au. Please provide your name, email address, a brief personal bio (max 100 words), and prepare to speak to your nomination at SRC3.


If you have any questions please email sa.gensec@anu.edu.au

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