1st October 2017

Nominations invited.  Election by closed ballot of BSAC Council

Nominees must have been members of the Society for a minimum of two years and have demonstrable experience of involvement in, and understanding of, Society affairs. The successful candidate will serve as Honorary Treasurer 2018-2021.  This post is open to nomination by all Ordinary and Honorary Members of BSAC.

Honorary Treasurer: Job description
Honorary Treasurer: Nomination form

DEADLINE: Please return your completed nomination form to Tracey Guise by Friday 27 October 2017

Meetings Secretary
Nominations invited.  Election by closed ballot of BSAC Council

Nominees must have been members of the Society for a minimum of two years and have demonstrable experience of involvement in, and understanding of, Society affairs.  The successful candidate will serve as Meetings Secretary 2018-2021.  This post is open to nomination by all Ordinary and Honorary Members of BSAC.

General Secretary: Job Description
Meetings Secretary: Nomination form

DEADLINE: Please return your completed nomination form to Tracey Guise by Friday 27 October 2017

Ordinary Members of Council
All to serve March 2018 – March 2021
Nominations invited.  Election by Ordinary and Honorary Members of BSAC

The British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy is seeking nominations for 2 Ordinary Members of Council to serve 13March 2018 – March 2021.

Nominees must have been Members of the Society for two years. Self-nomination is permitted and encouraged. Such nominations will be considered and then formally proposed and seconded by Members of Council and/or eligible Members of the Society. Ordinary Members will serve a 3-year term of office and will be eligible for re-election for a further term of office (competitive re-election process). Elected Members of Council serve as Trustees and Directors of BSAC.

Where more nominations are received than positions available, Ordinary Members of Council are elected by a postal ballot of Ordinary and Honorary Members that is administered via the Electoral Reform Ballot Services and is overseen by the General Secretary.

The names of successful candidates will be announced at the BSAC Annual General Meeting on 16 March 2016.

The Society encourages applications from across all areas of Membership, in particular:

  • Trainees across all disciplines
  • Individuals with expertise/interest in European/international affairs
  • Pharmacists
  • Scientists and laboratory staff
  • Infection control specialists
  • Nursing professionals
  • Academics

Ideally candidates wishing to stand for election to the post should have been involved in Society activities at some level and have an understanding of BSAC and its strategic aims and direction.
Ordinary Member: Job description
Ordinary Members: Nomination form
DEADLINE: Please return your completed nomination form to Tracey Guise by Friday 3 November 2017.
 
Post published 7 August; reposted 10 October

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