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QJA Board Elections 2019: Nominations Open

QJA Board Election 2019
Nominations Closing 2nd August 2019

    

 

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2019 is a QJA Board election year and nominations for director positions are now open. 
 
All financial QJA ordinary, life subscription and honorary life members who have 2 or more years of membership tenure and otherwise meet the eligibility requirements of rule 54 (g) of the QJA Constitution are eligible to vote in and nominate for the election.

For QJA to be a high-performing and successful membership and training organisation into the future, it needs a board of directors with appropriate expertise and experience. Perhaps your personal and professional skills and knowledge are just what QJA needs for this journey.

To read more about the role click the "Find out More About Being a QJA Director" button below.
To nominate yourself or someone else, click the "Nominate for the QJA Board Now" to download a nomination form.

Nominations close Friday 2nd August 2019 and must be submitted direct to The Returning Officer, PO Box 1207 COORPAROO QLD 4151 or emailed to retofficer@hallpayne.com.au

Find out More About Being a QJA Director
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