- President (Currently Tom Hey - re-standing)
- Treasurer (Currently Andy Richardson - re-standing)
- Secretary (Currently Brendhan Callaghan - re-standing)
- and Five general committee members (Currently: Fraser Gordon, Nathan Greenwood, Lance Brown, Jono Head, James Clark)
At this stage we are only aware of one general committee member from this year not re-standing (Jono Head).
So how does it work? Below is a summary of the constitutional rules around the committee elections at the AGM.In the constitution we have three offices that need to be filled (President, Treasurer and Secretary) and up to five general committee positions allowed for a maximum of 8 committee members. The bottom line is that if the President, Treasurer and Secretary positions are not contested then the nominated person is automatically elected. If we get five or less nominations for general committee positions those nominated are automatically elected. If we get more than one nomination for any of the three offices or more than five nominations for general positions then we need to have a secret ballot for those offices or positions. For example it is currently looking like there will be no additional nominations for the three required roles (President, Treasurer, Secretary) but it looks like there may by 7 or more standing for the general committee. In this case the three positions will not require a vote and will be automatically re-elected. The 7 people standing for the general committee will be given the opportunity to address the meeting followed by a secret ballot for general positions and the five who get the most votes in a secret ballot will be elected. It's not rocket science so hopefully we will be able to manage it!