Oxford University United Nations Association

General Meeting and Elections

Thursday, 26th November 2009 at 8pm - 10pm

Location: Latner Room, St. Peter's College

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Elect the Hilary Term Committee for OUUNA and the OxIMUN 2010 Secretariat!

If you're at all interested in helping run the society and/or its MUN conference, this is your chance! There are 17 positions that will be available, including Secretary-General of the next OxIMUN and President of OUUNA for Trinity term this year!

In order to stand for election, you must nominate yourself by emailing our President and Returning Officer, Douglas Pivnichny (president@ouuna.co.uk) by 20:00 on Tuesday, 24 November. You are free to include a manifesto explaining your experience and motivation as long as it is not more than one side of A4. 

You may stand for more than one position, subject to the following limitations:
-You may only stand for two OUUNA committee positions.
-You may only stand for one major OUUNA position (marked with *) unless you currently hold a major position.

Positions available are listed below. Elections will be conducted in the order of this list. If you win a position one of the two committees, you are automatically withdrawn from any further elections for that committee, but not the other.

Feel free to get in touch with any of the incumbents to ask what their positions entail. Contact information for current OUUNA committee members can be found athttp://www.ouuna.co.uk/about/committee.html.

OxIMUN 2010 Secretary-General (on both OxIMUN and OUUNA Committee)

Deputy-Secretary-General (DSG) for Logisitics
DSG for Personnel
DSG for Communications
Deputy for Logistics (up to two)
Deputy for Communications
Social Events Officer

President-elect* (President in Trinity Term 2010)
MUN Coordinator
Campaigns & Publicity Officer
Sponsorship Officer
Social Events Officer
IT Officer

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