2020  NNPBC Annual General Meeting

LPN Council 2020 Open Positions



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

 

 
*Note, the LPN Council is not seeking a student councillor for the 2020 election cycle.
 

Regional Councillors (2 positions open)

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

 
Note, the Island Councillor is a one-year term and the Fraser Councillor is a two-year term.

  • 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's Bylaws and LPN Council Terms of Reference.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the LPN Council.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC LPN Council email and the LPN Council SharePoint and/or related platforms.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC Board email and the NNPBC Board SharePoint and/or relevant platforms (if holding that seat).
  • Completing assignments are as per the strategic plan for the LPN Council and NNPBC.
  • Represent the interests of LPNs of their respective geographical regions.
  • Informs NNPBC and LPN Council regarding activities in region related to LPN practice.
  • Facilitates dissemination of information related to NNPBC and the LPN 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 LPN Council.
  • Attends annual strategic planning day for LPN Council.
  • Promote nominations for the LPN Council.
  • Councillors on the LPN Council will strive to incorporate and represent the domains of nursing including clinical practice, education, research, policy, and leadership/administration.

Indigenous Councillor (1 position open)

This is a two-year term. The individual must be of Indigenous background. The Indigenous Councillor may assume a seat on the NNPBC Board as determined collectively by the Indigenous Councillors on each Council (see NNPBC Bylaws).
 
Key responsibilities include:

  • Key responsibilities include:
  • 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's Bylaws and LPN Council Terms of Reference.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the LPN Council (and NNPBC Board if holding that seat).
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC LPN Council email and the LPN Council SharePoint.
  • Completing assignments are as per the strategic plan for the LPN Council and NNPBC.
  • Represent the interests and concerns of Indigenous LPNs and peoples.
  • Represent Indigenous health practice issues.
  • Advocate for improved Indigenous health and wellbeing.
  • Discuss and provide solutions and implement strategies for address Indigenous health issues.
  • Endorse the recommendations for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and work with key stakeholders to influence, advocate and implement necessary changes from an Indigenous LPN perspective.
  • Give direction to the LPN Council and NNPBC Board and staff on bylaws, policies, and advocacy work through an Indigenous lens.
  • Work to build capacity and leadership development for Indigenous LPNs in BC.
  • Promotes NNPBC new membership and identifies facilitators and barriers to membership and brings these to the attention of the LPN Council.
  • Attends annual strategic planning day for LPN Council (and NNPBC Board if holding that seat).
  • Promote nominations for the LPN Council.
  • Acts as executive liaison for assigned LPN Council working committee(s) and consultants.
  • Councillors on the LPN Council will strive to incorporate and represent the domains of nursing including clinical practice, education, research, policy, and leadership/administration.

Education Councillor (1 position open)

The above open position is a two-year term. The individual must be working in a nursing educational institution in BC.

  • 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's Bylaws and LPN Council Terms of Reference.
  • Attend monthly meetings of the LPN Council.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC LPN Council email and the LPN Council SharePoint.
  • Respond to and post discussions on NNPBC Board email and the NNPBC Board SharePoint (if holding that seat).
  • Completing assignments are as per the strategic plan for the LPN Council and NNPBC.
  • Represent the interests and concerns of BC educators and nursing education.
  • Informs NNPBC and LPN Council regarding activities related to nursing education.
  • Facilitates dissemination of information related to NNPBC and the LPN 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 LPN Council.
  • Attends annual strategic planning day for LPN Council.
  • Promote nominations for the LPN Council.
  • Councillors on the LPN 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.