Title: Creation of an Elected National Organizing Committee Officer
Sponsor: Annapolis Valley Subgroup Executive
Whereas: The requirement for mobilization and engagement of members is a constant.
And whereas: the skill set and interests of an effective mobilizer are unique and apart from the president, vice-president and bargaining team duties
And whereas: an elected dedicated position is the cornerstone to having candidates, with the passion and interest to carry out such an essential role, put their name forward
Be it Resolved the CS Group by-laws and regulations be amended as follows:
4.1.1 The Group Executive shall consist of thirteen (13) members, being the President, Vice-President, National Organizing Committee (NOC) Officer, and Members-at-Large, all as provided for in Regulations.
126.96.36.199 The President and, the Vice-President and NOC Officer shall be elected directly by the members.
188.8.131.52.3 The NOC Officer shall be elected in the year preceding the election of the President.
4.2.1 The term of all Executive members shall normally be for three (3) years. In year of the Presidential election, the President and five (5) Executive members will be elected. In the year of the Vice-Presidential election, the Vice-President, the NOC Officer and
six (6) five (5) Executive members will be elected.
New 4.7 Duties of the National Organizing Committee Officer is:
(a) to lead and coordinate mobilization activities of the National and Regional Organizing Committees and support PIPSC initiatives and campaigns;
(b) to act as Vice-Chair of the CS Strike Committee, when the Committee is established in accordance with Institute By-Laws, Regulations and/or policies;
(c) to coordinate with the Institute staff to ensure mobilization activities are approved and carried out effectively and in compliance with PIPSC policies and local laws;
(d) to appoint and work with Regional Organizing Coordinators for each region; and
(e) to report as often as necessary to the Bargaining Committee on organization and activities of the NOC and ROC.
Current 4.7. to 4.11 shall be renumbered following new 4.7
R5.7 NATIONAL AND REGIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEES
184.108.40.206 The National Organizing Committee (NOC) shall conduct itself as follows:
220.127.116.11.1 negotiate with the Institute sufficient resources to effectively carry out the function of the National and Regional Organizing Committees.
18.104.22.168.2 interact and communicate regularly with Regional Organizing Coordinators, Sub-Groups and Stewards.
22.214.171.124.3 establish and maintain a functional and effective communication tree.
126.96.36.199 The Steering Committee of the NOC shall consist of the Chair of the NOC, Strike Officer, and other members as required, assisted by Institute staff as assigned by the Institute.
188.8.131.52 The role of the Chair of the National Organizing Committee is:
(a) to coordinate the activities of the National and Regional Organizing Committees and to act as Vice-Chair of the CS Strike Committee, when the Committee is established in accordance with Institute By-Laws, Regulations and/or policies.
(b) to appoint and work with Regional Organizing Coordinators for each region; and
(c) to report as often as necessary to the Bargaining Committee on organization and activities of the NOC and ROC.