Association of Local Council Clerks (ALCC) is the only trade union dedicated to supporting people working in the local council sector across England and Wales.
We are committed to serving the interests of our members and stand for their right to be respected, listened to and treated fairly whilst at work. Our members benefit from professional support, advice and representation in accordance with our approved terms of service.
The National Committee
The National Committee manages the Association, makes decisions and sets policy on all matters affecting the Association except for any matters reserved under the Constitution.
Opportunities are now available for the ALCC National Committee. There are five vacancies on the twelve strong Committee, as follows:
South East – two vacancies
East of England – one vacancy
Midlands – one vacancy
North of England – one vacancy
Wales – one vacancy
The role of the National Committee is to consider items and look at the running of the ALCC. They are responsible for the management of the ALCC, setting policy and making decisions. Meetings usually take place every 2 months or so and are held by phone conference that last no more than an hour.
To be eligible you must:
(a) be a member of the ALCC
(b) be employed in the region from which you are nominated
(c) be proposed and seconded by a member also employed in the region.
(d) consent in writing to your nomination.
If you are interested and wish to discuss this informally before submitting your name, please contact either Linda Hedley on firstname.lastname@example.org or Gwilym Rippon on Gwilym.Rippon@alccunion.co.uk
The National Committee consists of twelve regional representatives, two from each of the following regions:
North of England