The British Veterinary Nursing Association is calling for members of the profession to consider standing for a place on BVNA council.
The British Veterinary Nursing Association is calling for members of the profession to consider stand for a place on BVNA council.
The organisation has three council seats to fill and is looking for proactive members to take up the challenge of representing themselves and their colleagues.
A BVNA spokesman said: “Important attributes for candidates are a strong commitment to promoting the ideals of the BVNA, as well as the veterinary nursing profession in general, and a willingness to devote time and effort to representing their fellow members.”
Potential candidates, who must be full BVNA members, can fill in their interest via nomination forms that can be downloaded from the BVNA website.
Nominees will be contacted to confirm their willingness to stand for election and will be asked to submit a brief manifesto and a passport sized photo. The list of nominees, their manifestos and photos will be published in September and the results will be announced and ratified at the association’s AGM in October.
- Nomination forms and further information are available from the BVNA website.
- Completed forms should to be posted to the BVNA office in Harlow or faxed to 01279 408645.
- The deadline for nominations is April 30, 2013.