Committee Elections

Council, Senate and Human Resources Committee require elections for certain members to sit on those committees. The processes, nominations and results are presented here.

Human Resources Committee

Vacancies are available at the request of Senate and Council.


Election terms and processes

The University welcomes nominations which reflect the diversity of race and nationality, religion or belief, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, age and disability across the University community.

Nominations from female and from black, Asian and ethnic minorities are particularly encouraged.

Electorate Definitions:

Academic Staff – Members of the:

  • 'Research, Teaching and Enterprise',
  • 'Specialist and Supporting Academic' and
  • 'Specialist and Supporting Academic Research' job families.

General Assembly – Members of the University staff Grade 6 and above.

Nomination process:

Nominations require a proposer and seconder, and the nominee is required to confirm that he/she is agreement with the nomination. Nominations should be emailed to the Programme Quality and Teaching Partnerships Office, Academic Registry.

Balloting process:

For the majority of ballots votes are registered online using Jisc Online Surveys. The electorate is emailed a unique access to the voting process. If members of the 'Operational Services' job family are involved they will receive a paper ballot.

Luke Vulpiani Programme Quality and Teaching Partnerships Office
Academic Registry