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ITER elects new Staff Committee

Iris Rona

ITER at the polls. Here Jerry Sovka, Head of the Civil Engineering Department, is going to give his vote. (Click to view larger version...)
ITER at the polls. Here Jerry Sovka, Head of the Civil Engineering Department, is going to give his vote.
Last week, on 22 and 23 January, the ITER staff elected their new Staff Committee. This Committee represents the professional interests of all ITER staff—including employment, working, safety and welfare conditions—and facilitates communication between the Director-General and the staff on these matters.

Some 176 members voted last week out of a total of 308 ITER staff on the electoral list (57.14 percent) and the elected candidates are:

For Professional Staff: KIM CHANG SHUK (Test Blanket Section, TKM), staff rep. BEAUMONT BERTRAND (Heating & Current Drive Division, CHD), staff rep. DARBOS CAROLINE (Heating & Current Drive Division, CHD), staff rep. BARNSLEY ROBIN (Diagnostic Division, CHD), staff rep.

For the Support Staff: PRESCOTT BARRY (Technical Coordination Section, PRO), staff rep.

For the Seconded Staff: TAYLOR CRAIG (Tritium Plant Section, CEP), staff rep. SANNAZZARO GUILIO (System Analysis Section, PRO), alternate

Good luck to them in their new roles in 2009.

If you have any questions, remarks or suggestions for the Staff Committee, please feel free to email them at the following address: All-StaffCommittee@iter.org


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