i. The Honorary Officers of the Society shall be: a President, a President-elect or an immediate Past President, an Honorary Treasurer, an Honorary Secretary and Communications Officer.
ii. Only members of the Society shall be eligible for election to Honorary Office, and nominations for office shall require the support of two Members.
iii. All Honorary Officers shall be elected at an Annual General Meeting of the Society and shall normally assume their duties on the 1st January following. Upon ceasing to hold Honorary Office, a Member shall not be eligible to serve on the Committee for one year.
iv. President. A President-elect shall be elected in alternate years. After holding this office for one year, the Member so elected shall succeed to the Office of President, which office shall be held for two years. Thereafter the member shall hold the Office of Immediate Past President for one year. The Member, thereafter, shall not be eligible for re-election to the office of President.
v. Honorary Treasurer. The Honorary Treasurer shall serve for up to five years, and shall be responsible for directing the Society’s financial transactions. All cheques shall be signed by the Honorary Treasurer or, in the Honorary Treasurer’s absence, the Honorary Secretary or another designated member of the Society.
vi. Honorary Secretary. The Honorary Secretary shall be elected for up to five years and shall be responsible for conducting the Society’s affairs as directed by the President and Committee and shall keep a register of members and their contact details
vii. Communications Officer. The Communications Officer shall be elected for up to five years and shall be responsible for overseeing all of the Society’s communications activities, including the website, social media activities and promotional material.
viii. In the event of an Officer being unable to complete his/her term of office, his/her duties shall be assumed until the next Annual General Meeting by his/her designated successor or by such other Member as the Committee shall nominate.