Following a couple of recent resignations, vacancies have become available on the Community Corrections Departmental Committee (CCDC).
The CCDC is the peak representative group for PSA members in Community Corrections and is made up of 14 delegates from offices across the state. The delegates meet quarterly at PSA House and work with PSA Industrial Staff to drive strategy and represent members. They also meet quarterly with the Community Corrections Executive to consult on and resolve collective issues affecting members.
Your CCDC Delegates
Bart Gale – Chair (Central West)
Lisa Matthews – Vice Chair (Metro Sydney)
Allison Roberts – Secretary (Metro Sydney)
Kellie Becquet – Assistant Secretary (South West)
Suzi Tubner (Admin Metro Sydney)
Hailey Robinson (Admin Regional)
Nerrissa O’Neill (North Coast)
Glenda Reid (North West)
Rachel Marsh (Newcastle/Hunter)
Jamie Turner (Newcastle/Hunter)
Tracy Wilson (Metro Sydney)
Metro Sydney (x2)
South East (x1)
This is your opportunity to influence how issues in Community Corrections are progressed on behalf of members!
Unions such as the PSA rely on active members and delegates to maintain adequate representation in workplaces and ensure information flows effectively between members in workplaces and PSA Industrial staff.
Delegates are the union’s eyes and ears in the workplace and it’s critical that these roles provide that communication flow.
The PSA strongly encourages members from relevant offices to nominate and become the delegate representative for the above vacant electorates.
If you have ever thought about getting more involved in your union, now is the time!
A reminder that all PSA members are entitled to 12 days of paid leave every two years for certain union activities, including union training.
The PSA can assist in developing your skills through courses such as Role of the Delegate and Dealing with Restructures. Training dates are being finalised for the second half of 2021 and members can access the full PSA training schedule HERE.
To nominate, please send an EOI in a short email outlining why you would like to take on the role: