The Nominating Council consists of one president, four ordinary members and two substitutes. They are responsible for the arrangement of the Representative Assembly election which takes place in April and October every year. In the election all members of the union get the opportunity to vote for their candidates for the highest decision making body of the union.
The nominating council prepare the elections made by the representative assembly; meaning they interview candidates for internal positions of trust such as the board and the fulltimer positions. After this they nominate one person per position, or decide to propose to leave it vacant, and present this to the representative assembly. Elections to the positions of trust are predominately held during spring, and this is when the nominating council is most active. To know more about the tasks set for the nominating council, read more in the by-laws.
The Nominating Council of fall 2021 consist of Kristina Måsbäck (president), Angelica Forsell, Josefine Dahl, Simon Löw, and four vacant positions including two substitutes.