Search and Governance Committee

The role of the Search and Governance Committee is:

1. Membership

The committee shall consist of the Principal and 4 other members of the Corporation (not including staff or student members). The chair shall be elected on a biennial  basis. The Principal cannot be elected as chair.

The Clerk to the Corporation shall be in attendance and be responsible for:

  • advising the committee on matters in relation to the Instruments and Articles of Government and other associated regulations;
  • taking the minutes of the meetings.

2. Meetings

The committee shall meet termly or as required.

The quorum for meetings of the committee shall be 3 members of the committee.

Outcomes of the committee meetings will be reported to the next scheduled meeting of the Corporation.

3. Access to Meetings

The public shall not be admitted to the meetings.

4. The Role of the Committee

The role of the committee is as follows:       

  1. To consider and make recommendations to the Corporation on matters of governance;
  2. To consider and advise the Corporation on the composition and balance of the Corporation;
  3. To be responsible for nominating and determining the process for selecting candidates to be recommended for appointment to the Corporation and Committees;
  4. To monitor and advise the Corporation on its operational effectiveness;
  5. To develop and recommend to the Corporation policies and procedures for:
  • The induction of Corporation members
  • The appraisal of Corporation members
  • The training of Corporation members

5. Financial limitations

The committee has no delegated financial powers.

Minutes

S&G minutes 18th April 2016 [PDF]

S&G minutes 25th January 2016 [PDF]

S&G minutes 14th September 2015 [PDF]

S&G minutes 10th June 2015 [PDF]

S&G minutes 26th January 2015 [PDF]

S&G minutes 22nd September 2014 [PDF]

S&G minutes 27th January 2014 [PDF]

S&G minutes 23rd September 2013 [PDF]

S&G minutes 3rd June 2013 [PDF]

S&G minutes 29th April 2013 [PDF]

S&G minutes 28th January 2013 [PDF]

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