The members of the board is selected for one year at the time, at the annual meeting that is held in February each year. The board consists of a chairperson and five other members who, together with an employed tenant agent (ombudsman), are responsible for the ongoing work within SSF. The board meets at least 10 times per year.
If you have questions, please contact or tenant agent (ombudsman) Mikael on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0707-64 03 12.
André De Geer
Rebecka Ramsten, Edward Imanuelson, Patrik Sundin
DESCRIPTIONS OF POSITIONS OF THE BOARD
The Chairperson has the overall responsibility and is the leader of this work within SSF. The Chairperson plans, organizes, leads and divides the work within the board. Furthermore it is the Chairpersons responsibility to send out the callings to meetings and make sure that these contains the right information. The Chairperson shall also provide the members with necessary documents for the meetings. The Chairperson has the main responsibly for the employed tenant agent and shall together with the Vice Chairperson negotiate the salary and other working conditions for the tenant agent. The Chairperson is also responsible to inform the council (fullmäktige) about the work of SSF.
The Vice Chairperson monitors the financial situation of SSF and is together with the treasurer responsible for the ongoing management of the financial resources. The Vice Chairperson temporary takes over the Chairpersons role if the Chairperson can’t participate in a meeting or gathering and shall together with the Chairperson negotiate the salary and other working conditions for the tenant agent. Furthermore, the Vice Chairperson is responsible for expanding the work of SSF.
The secretary is responsible for writing protocols and check attendance on the meetings. It is also the secretary’s responsibility to make sure that the protocols continuously gets adjusted, digitally categorized and archived.
The treasurer shall keep up to date on the financial situation of SSF. This includes payments, tax administration and other financial administration. The treasurer shall regularly meet with SSF’s accountant to review current financial reports. Together with the Vice Chairperson, the treasurer shall prepare the annual report. Furthermore, the treasurer is responsible for preparing budget proposals for the up coming financial year.
The negotiators are responsible for the negotiation work. The work consists of preparation for the negotiation, the negotiation itself and the report to the council and the other members of the board. In all negotiations, the tenants’ interest shall be in the foremost room. Preparing for the negotiation is an important part of the negotiation process and thus takes a lot of time. The preparation is done in consultation between the negotiators and the tenant agent. During the negotiations, the negotiating representative (s) and the tenant agent are present. A negotiation usually takes about two hours per session.
The annual rental negotiations are the biggest and most important negotiations during the year and thus take longer, both in terms of preparation and negotiation sessions. These usually occur during the fall. Besides the annual rental negotiations, SSF negotiates about change of houses, new construction rent, redevelopments and other changes that affect
The negotiating representatives are also responsible for continuously informing the other members of the board and the council of current negotiations.