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Human Resources Department soliciting nominations for a representative to sit on committee
November 2, 2010

The Human Resources Department is soliciting nominations for a permanent administrative and support staff representative to sit on its Concordia Employee Benefits Committee and the Concordia Pension Committee.

The benefits group is a standing committee of the Board of Governors and makes recommendations to the board on matters of pension plan design and group insurance benefits, while the pension committee is responsible for all matters relating to the administration of the pension plan for employees.

Any permanent full-time or permanent part-time member of the administrative and support staff member may submit nominations for Concordia community members or endorse a nomination.

The nomination form must be signed and agreed to by the candidate and must bear the signature of the nominator as well as the endorsement of five additional permanent full-time or permanent part-time members of the administrative and support staff from a relevant unit.

Candidates must submit a pen sketch, which should include information on why he or she is interested in serving on the benefits and pension committees.

Submit the relevant documents by Friday, November 19, by fax to 514-848-2844 or to:

Carolina Willsher,
Associate Vice-President, Human Resources
S-FB 1130

The Electoral College will be convened on Thursday, November 25, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in room MB 14.250 of the John Molson Building (1450 Guy St.). In the event that additional information is required from the considered candidates, interviews will be held during this time.

For more information, see the full announcement on the Human Resources site, or contact Justin Romita via email or by telephone 514-848-2424, ext. 3693.

Related links:
•    Benefits Committee Policy
•    Pension Committee Policy
•    Full nomination procedure on the Human Resources site
•    Nomination Form
•    Pen Sketch
 



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