6.1 Committee Positions
Each Club/Society Committee shall consist of a minimum of:
6.2 Committee Responsibilities
The Committee shall be responsible for ensuring the compliance of the club/society with its Aims and Objectives as outlined above.
The Committee is responsible for overseeing the management and finance of the club/society.
Members must not gain financially from their positions.
The Committee will be responsible for ensuring that all club/society events and activities adhere to RUSU’s Behavioural Policy and Equal Opportunities Policy.
At least 1 committee member must attend compulsory RUSU meetings.
All contact details for the committee must be made available to RUSU.
6.3 Committee Member Voting
Committee members shall be elected for one year at the club/society AGM.
Committee members shall have one vote each during committee meetings.
In the event of a tie, the Chair/President has the casting vote.
6.4 Loss of a Committee Member during period of Office
In the event of resignation or death of a committee member the vacancy shall be filled by a member appointed by the remaining Committee members.
6.5 Removal of a club/society Committee Member
Members may seek a vote of no confidence in a club/society Committee member.
This must be done through a request to the club/society President (or equivalent) and, if in the case of the President having a vote of no confidence against them, a request must be sent to the Vice-President (or equivalent).
An Extraordinary General Meeting should be called where 25% of club/society members must be present and a two-thirds majority must be reached.
An election will then be called to fill the vacant position.
A Committee member who loses a no confidence vote may not stand again for any Committee positions within the club/society.
The relevant RUSU Officer shall have the authority to remove a Committee Member if they are found to be acting contrary to Section Two of this Constitution or against any document in 4.3.