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SH GROUP CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

January 2018

SH Group Executive

The SH Group Executive represents the interests of all Federal Government Health Service Professionals. This year, in accordance with the SH by-laws, five positions on the SH group executive shall be elected:

NOTE: Only regular NU members from the respective department are eligible to be candidates

1. Medicine (3 year term)

2. EMA (3 year term)

3. Nutrition /Dietetics (Three-year term)

4. Veterinary Medicine (Three year term)

5. Dentistry ( 3 year term)

A nomination form is attached. In accordance to SH By-Laws:

7.2.2 Nominations must be supported by at least two (2) members of the Group and the nominee must indicate a willingness to serve if elected.

Nominations forms must be received at the National Office by February 27, 2018

The successful candidates for the above positions will assume office on June 15, 2018

7.3.6 The newly elected Group Executive members shall take office immediately following the announcement of the results of the election

We encourage you to participate in the process of nominating and electing your representatives.

SH Elections Committee

Gerry Saunders Chair
Brian Harvey
Judy Halladay


Being a member of the SH group executive

Joining our Health Services (SH) Executive is an excellent opportunity to share in the issues and concerns of our membership and represent your occupational group in their concerns.

We meet 5 times a year usually in central Canada.

The Group Executive can establish committees as necessary, with terms of reference and membership to be decided by the Group Executive. These committees are tasked to work on specific issues affecting SH members and report back to the group executive. More information about the group and the executive can be found at Health Services (SH) Group

Our meetings are usually held on Saturdays. If you work the day of the meeting the Institute will reimburse your salary. Salary reimbursement will also be available if you need time to travel to the meeting.

Your expenses for travel and accommodation are covered by PIPSC travel policy. You can find more information at Member Tools - Forms

PIPSC also has a Union & Family Life Balance policy. Under this policy executive members can be entitled to a day off with pay for every meeting if they stay the Saturday night of the meeting.

Again, it's a great team of health professionals representing all parts of Canada and all of our SH groups working in a collaborative team approach to the betterment of our membership!

You will be assisted and supported in your new roles and responsibilities. The first meeting of the group executive in 2018 is January 20.

If you have any questions you can contact: Gerry Saunders, SH Elections Chair at Gerry.Saunders@CSC-SCC.GC.CA


Nomination Form 2018 SH Elections

The following two regular SH Group Members of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada hereby nominate (Please print) to be a candidate for the position of (Please print) on the SH Group Executive.

I, (Please print), accept the above nomination.

“Nominations must be supported by at least two (2) members of the Group and the nominee must indicate a willingness to serve if elected.”

Nominator's Name Office Phone # Date Signature

1. (Please print)

2. (Please print)

Nominations must be received at the PIPSC National Office by 5:00 p.m. (EST), Tuesday, February 27, 2018

c/o Linda Rochefort (group_elections@pipsc.ca)
Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada
250 Tremblay Road
Ottawa , ON K1G 3J8

All candidates are invited to submit their résumés, of 300 words or less in MS WORD format, stating their experience/objectives by e-mail to Linda Rochefort at group_elections@pipsc.ca as soon as possible. The résumés of candidates are listed by position.

NOTE: It is the responsibility of candidates to review their résumés before they are submitted. The résumés will not be proofread and corrections will not be made. They will be inserted into the Elections Newsletter as submitted by candidates.