Invercargill Local Committee OFFICIAL

Nominations are hereby called from Union Members for Local Committee position as below:

Vice President Local Committee

Proposers and Seconders must be financial members of the Union, and nominations will only be accepted on the Union’s official Nomination Form.

Nominations should be addressed to:

Southern Branch
Returning Officer
NZPFU
301 Estuary Road, South Brighton, CHRISTCHURCH 8062 (or email richardhurst-long@hotmail.co.nz

Nominations close on Monday 27th September, 2021 0800hrs and must be in the hands of the Returning Officer by Friday 24th September, 2021 1800hrs. No late nominations will be accepted.

Candidates are advised that they are entitled to submit, with the Nominations Form, an A4 sheet biography to be published to members prior to voting.

NOTE: All current shift reps need to forward a nomination form if they wish to keep their positions.

Richard Hurst-Long
Southern Branch Returning Officer
NZPFU

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