Eight new members have been elected to Prospect’s 28-strong national executive committee for 2018-20.
Craig Marshall was elected as president and Ele Wade as vice-president.
Neil Hope-Collins was elected as deputy vice-president after a contest with Tasos Zodiates.
The BECTU sector has five reserved seats on the NEC and one reserved seat on the presidential team: Ann Jones is a deputy vice-president; the other members are Mike Dick (London Production); Andrea Gauld (BBC); Steve Grey (Arts and Entertainment); and Ian Stewart (Independent Broadcasting).
Outgoing NEC members Dave Carty, Peter Clements, Jane Colclough, Catherine Donaldson, Denise McGuire, Heather Phillips and Ken Trapp did not stand for re-election.
This year 8,410 members voted on a turnout of 9.4% of the 89,783 working members eligible to vote.
Read profiles of the eight new members at bit.ly/prospect-conference-2018
How the votes were cast:
Rebecca Cummings (Sellafield Ltd) 4,917
Audrey Uppington (Sellafield Ltd) 4,193
Elinor Harrison (EDF Energy) 4,137
Eleanor Wade (UK Intellectual Property Office) 4,068
Christine Danniell (BT London East) 3,735
Freddie Brown (MOD Central) 3,703
Neil Hope-Collins (Health and Safety Executive) 3,524
Tasos Zodiates (EDF Energy) 3,369
Satnam Ner (Rosyth Royal Dockyard) 3,292
Craig Marshall (EDF Energy) 3,183
Andy Mooney (Air Traffic Systems Specialists) 2,969
George Ryall (Science and Technology Facilities Council) 2,955
James Henderson (Forestry Commission) 2,928
Alan Smith (BT Adastral Park B) 2,875
Gordon Hutchinson (Met Office) 2,844
Steven Nicholson (Sellafield Ltd) 2,802
Philip O’Rawe (BT Development Belfast) 2,794
James Leppard (AWE) 2,709
Nigel Titchen (South West and Wales region) 2,660
Alan Grey (Ministry of Defence) 2,647
Steven Dickson (BT East of Scotland) 2,588
Tom James (BAE Surface Ships) 2,481
Gary Swift (Magnox Nuclear) 2,479