Executive

The following table lists the current SCMMA Executive, when their position is due for re-election, and a brief summary of when you should contact each person. For full descriptions of the duties for each position please download the Constitution.

PositionPerson Currently Holding This PositionLength of TermDue for Re-ElectionResponsibilities
PresidentJackie Morley1 year as President plus 1 year as Past President-The President shall preside at all meetings of the Association. He or she shall enforce the provisions of the Constitution. He or she shall appoint all such Committees as the Executive Board may deem necessary or expedient for furthering the objectives of the Association, and shall be an ex-officio member of such Committees. He or she shall perform such other duties as the Association or the Executive Board may assign to him or her.
Vice President, President-ElectScott Theede1 year as President Elect, plus 1 year as President, plus 1 year as Past-PresidentEvery YearThe Vice-President shall assist the President in the discharge of his or her duties and during his or her absence shall perform the duties of the President. In the event that a vacancy occurs in the office of the President, the Vice-President shall act as President for the unexpired term.
Past-PresidentScott Theede1 year-The Past-President is a non-voting member of the Executive Board. He or she shall assist the Executive Board in a consultative capacity and perform such other duties as the Association or the Executive Board may assign him or her.
Labour RelationsLana Dodds2 yearsOdd YearsThe Director of Labour Relations is responsible to coordinate the efforts of the Association in matters that pertain to the Labour Relations Board and jurisdictional issues between the City and other unions; advises the Board and Association members’ on matters relating to employee rights and responsibilities outlined in the Labour Standards Act; coordinate the efforts of the Association in matters that pertain to contract negotiations and related issues; advise the Board and Association members on matters relating to the interpretation of the Collective Agreement.
TreasurerCarol Lyons2 yearsOdd YearsThe Treasurer is responsible to receive all monies paid into the Association and issue receipts; provide detailed financial reports to the President and Board; keep regular books and records the Associations finances and submit the same for inspection and audit.
Position ClassificationJon Theobald2 yearsOdd YearsThe Director of Position Classification is responsible to coordinate the efforts of the Association in matters that pertain to the Job Classification process; to assist members in preparing their presentation to the Classification Committee and to take forward a request for appeal, as required; recruit members to represent the Association at the Classification Committee meetings; serve as liaison between the City and the Association regarding the Salary Administration and Classification process.
Pensions and BenefitsGreg Borisko2 yearsEven YearsThe Pension and Benefits Director shall represent the Association on the City’s Pension Benefit Committee; review benefits available arising out of the plans surpluses and to recommend benefit improvements to the Board and membership; brings forward to the Board any recommendations for plan improvements not arising out of the plan surpluses made to the City and the employee organizations as subjects to be dealt with as part of the collective bargaining process; attends quarterly meetings of Board of Trustees – General Superannuation Plan and report to the Board.
SecretaryAnna Cole2 yearsEven YearsThe Secretary shall keep correct Minutes of all meetings of the Association and the Executive Board. He or she shall conduct all correspondence in accordance with instructions given to him or her by the President and Executive Board. He or she shall furnish such information as may be deemed necessary relating to the functions of the Association. He or she shall perform such other duties as are prescribed by the Constitution and by the President and Executive Board.
Member ServicesShirley Matt2 yearsEven YearsThe Director of Member Services is responsible for planning, delivery, and evaluation of Association sponsored programs and services (eg. EFAP, Wellness, social committees, SCMMA/ESA golf tournament); serves as a liaison between the City, other unions and the Association regarding joint programs and services; recruits Association members to participate on committees as required.