Notice is hereby given that in accordance with the Charles Darwin University (Academic Board) By-laws elections will be held for Academic Members of the Academic Board.
1. Notice is hereby given that in accordance with the Charles Darwin University (Academic Board) By-laws elections will be held for Academic Members of the Academic Board.
2. MEMBERSHIP OF THE BOARD
- 2 members of the full-time Higher Education Academic staff of the University at level D/E, elected by the Senior Academics; (“Senior Academic” means a member of the full-time Higher Education Academic Staff of the University who holds the position of Associate Professor or Professor)
- 2 members of the full-time Higher Education Academic staff of the University;
- 2 members elected by and from the Senior TAFE Academics (“Senior TAFE Academic” means a member of the full-time TAFE Academic Staff of the University who holds the position of TAFE Lecturer III or IV);
- 2 members elected by and from the full-time TAFE Academic staff of the University;
- 1 member of the full-time Academic staff at level D/E, elected by the full-time academic staff on the Institute of Advanced Studies.
3. Nominations of persons for election are now invited. A nomination must be in writing and must take the following form:
"We (name of proposer, and name of seconder), being eligible to vote in the election of academic staff members of the Academic Board nominate (name of candidate) as a candidate for that election”.
Signed: (Signature of proposer)
(Signature of seconder)
I, (name of candidate) hereby agree to the above nomination.
Signed: (Signature of candidate)
4. Candidates are invited to submit with their nomination form a statement not exceeding 200 words, relating to their candidacy, for circulation to voters.
5. Nominations must reach the Returning Officer no later than 12noon, Tuesday 6 November, 2007.
They should be delivered to the Governance Branch located on the Ground Floor, Building 28, Casuarina Campus or posted to the Returning Officer, Charles Darwin University, DARWIN NT 0909.
In all cases the envelope should be clearly endorsed “ACADEMIC BOARD ELECTION”.
6. If at the close of nominations the number of candidates for a particular election exceeds the number of members to be elected, a ballot will be conducted to choose the number required. The ballots will be conducted by post and the ballot papers will be sent to those persons whose names appear on the relevant electoral roll.
7. The electoral rolls will be made available for inspection from 9 November 2007 in the Libraries of Alice Springs, Casuarina and Palmerston Campus of the University.
8. The electoral rolls will close at 12 noon on Tuesday 6 November 2007.
Persons eligible to vote are invited to confirm before closure that their name and current address are on the electoral roll and are correct.
Professor Helen Garnett