2020  NNPBC Annual General Meeting

NP Council 2020 Open Positions



The deadline to submit nominations was 4pm on May 10, 2020.

 

 
*This position is not elected but will be appointed by the NP Council. A description of the position is provided below for reference. To apply for student councillor, click here.


President-Elect (1 position)

This is a two-year term, Year one will be served as PE and year two will be served as President. The PE position is obtained by nomination for election and voted on by the membership. The President Elect will assume a seat on the NNPBC Board.
 

Responsibilities: to support and assist the president; to act in role of president when president is absent or unable to fulfill duties; attend meetings with outside agencies, i.e., the Ministry of Health, BCCNM, Health Match BC, Doctors of BC, etc., with the president.

  • Along with the President, the President-Elect represents of the NP Council on the Board of the NNPBC.
  • Adheres to established NNPBC Bylaws and NP Council Terms of Reference.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the NP Council.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the NNPBC Board.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC NP Council email and the NP Council SharePoint.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC Board email and the NNPBC Board SharePoint.
  • Act as liaison to the NNPBC NP Lead (Staff), Director of Nursing and Executive Director.
  • Completing assignments as per the strategic plan of the NP Council and NNPBC.
  • PE is an opportunity to be mentored into a new role. It helps to better understand the responsibilities of the president, organizational priorities and to prepare for the role of president.
  • Attends annual strategic planning day for NP Council and NNPBC Board.
  • Facilitate and promote nominations for the NP Council.
  • Develops and approves ToR and expectations for committee(s) and consultant(s) directly related to NP Council.
  • Serve as a link to past presidents or the SAGE advisory committee.

 
What is the time commitment for this role?
The time required to complete this position varies depending on the workload. It is important to be able to attend functions as needed on behalf of president and to be responsive to requests from the government. Approximately 8 to 12 hours per week on average.

Regional Councillors (2 positions open)

  • Island Councillor - (1 position)
  • Fraser Councillor - (1 position)

 
The above open positions are two-year terms.

  • Promote the mission and vision of NNPBC and actively participate in the development and carrying out of NNPBC's strategic plan and annual objectives.
  • Adheres to established NNPBC Bylaws and NP Council Terms of Reference.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the NP Council.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC NP Council email and the NP Council SharePoint.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC Board email and the NNPBC Board SharePoint (if holding that seat).
  • Completing assignments as per the strategic plan for the NP Council and NNPBC.
  • Represent the interests and concerns of their respective geographical regions.
  • Informs NNPBC and NP Council regarding activities in region related to NP practice.
  • Facilitates dissemination of information related to NNPBC and the NP Council activities and initiatives to regional members.
  • Promotes NNPBC new membership and identifies facilitators and barriers to membership and brings these to the attention of the NP Council.
  • Acts as executive liaison for assigned NP Council working committee(s) and consultants.
  • Attends annual strategic planning day for NP Council.
  • Promote nominations for the NP Council.
  • Councillors on the NP Council will strive to incorporate and represent the domains of nursing including clinical practice, education, research, policy, and leadership/administration.

Councillor at Large (1 position open)

This is a two-year term. The Councillor At Large position is obtained by election and voted on by the membership.

  • Promote the mission and vision of NNPBC and actively participate in the development and carrying out of NNPBC's strategic plan and annual objectives.
  • Adheres to established NNPBC Bylaws and NP Council Terms of Reference.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the NP Council (and NNPBC Board if holding that seat).
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC NP Council email and the NP Council SharePoint.
  • Completing assignments as per the strategic plan for the NP Council and NNPBC.
  • Councillors on the NP Council will strive to incorporate and represent the domains of nursing including clinical practice, education, research, policy, and leadership/administration.
  • Promotes NNPBC new membership and identifies facilitators and barriers to membership and brings these to the attention of the NP Council.
  • Acts as executive liaison for assigned NP Council working committee(s) and consultants.
  • Attends annual strategic planning day for NP Council.
  • Promote nominations for the NP Council.

NP Student Councillor (1 position open)

This is a one-year appointment made by the NP Council. This position is detailed for reference only. The Student Councillor may assume a seat on the NNPBC Board as appointed by the NNPBC Board (see NNPBC Bylaws).

  • Promote the mission and vision of NNPBC and actively participate in the development and carrying out of NNPBC's strategic plan and annual objectives.
  • Adheres to established NNPBC Bylaws and NP Council Terms of Reference.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the NP Council (and NNPBC Board if holding that seat).
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC NP Council email and the NP Council SharePoint.
  • Completing assignments as per the strategic plan for the NP Council and NNPBC.
  • Represents issues of NP students.
  • Informs NNPBC and NP Council regarding issues and activities pertaining to NP Programs in BC and in Canada as it applies to BC student NPs.
  • Promotes NNPBC new membership and identifies facilitators and barriers to membership and brings these to the attention of the NP Council.
  • Attends annual strategic planning day for NP Council (and NNPBC Board if holding that seat).
  • Promote nominations for the NP Council.
  • Councillors on the NP Council will strive to incorporate and represent the domains of nursing including clinical practice, education, research, policy, and leadership/administration.
If you have questions, please email us at info@nnpbc.com.