Council election results for non-academic teaching staff

Posted on 01/10/2012
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Summer 2012 - Election to the Council for a Member of Staff not in the Academic Teaching Staff

Nominations for the election closed at 12.00 noon Monday 10 September 2012. 

Voting for the above place on the College Council closed at 12.00 noon on Thursday 27 September 2012.

The results are as follows: 

Number of ballot papers issued 972 

Number of ballot papers returned  240

Number of void ballot papers returned 1

Mr Richard Mallet 169

Miss Hollie White  70

I therefore declare Mr Richard Mallet elected to the Council as a member of staff not in the Academic Teaching Staff, elected from among his own number.

Mr Mallet’s term of office will be from 1 October 2012 until 30 September 2015.  

Candidate’s statement:

Mr Richard Mallet

I wish to stand for election as your non academic teaching staff member of the College Council to engage in debate and embrace the many challenges the college will face in our future, pushing forward, to enhance our institutional reputation for both staff and students. 

I believe my appointment as Head of Security Services has provided the suitable knowledge and experiences from all departments’ staff and students, and the opportunity to view our unique College, in all its many guises. 

I will be fully dedicated, diligent and committed to debate college matters passionately. I will seek your views and support, enabling the opportunity to offer the voice of the non academic teaching staff with the same vigour and enthusiasm I have applied to providing and improving our safe and secure campus to students, staff and visitors. 

Mr Simon Higman

Registrar and Secretary

 

 


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