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Spring Election 2020

This is an election for Student Leadership Roles at CUSU. These roles include Full and Part Time officers for all campuses, alongside school level education officers.

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President

This is a full time paid position. £20,143 pro rata This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area. The President represents CUSU members (Coventry University Group students) to the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union. This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group. This role is a member of the Board of Trustees.

President

 

Salary: £20,143

TERM OF OFFICE:  01/07/20 – 30/06/21

HOLIDAY: 26 days + 8 bank holidays

TRAINING:  15/06/20 – 30/07/20

 

 

The President represents CUSU members (Coventry University Group students) to the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They provide leadership for Coventry University Students’ Union in policy-making, campaigning, representation; and are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities. They play a key role in the relationship between Coventry University Students’ and the Trustee Board and represent the student voice at the University Board of Governors.

 

This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group. This role is a member of the Board of Trustees.

This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area.

 

Areas of Responsibility

  • To be a Sabbatical Trustee and play a key role in the relationship between Coventry University Students’ and the Trustee Board.
  • Support the Communities of Coventry University Students’ Union
  • To uphold the democratic principles and objects of CUSU
  • Working with the CUSU Senior Leadership Team, the Trustee Board and CUSU staff to determine and implement the development and improvement of CUSU.
  • To be a public-facing spokesperson for CUSU and all its activities.
  • To support and contribute to the design and delivery of the training for student leaders.
  • To run and deliver projects arising from manifesto pledges and team priorities.

 

Key SU staff support

  • Chief Executive
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Director of Communications
  • Director of Union Development
  • Director of Enterprise

 

 

Key University Stakeholders

  • The Vice Chancellor
  • The Provost
  • Group Registrar
  • Group Director of Student Services

 

Key University Meetings

  • Board of Governors
  • Academic Affairs Committee
  • Student Disciplinary Panels

 

 

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Management
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Engagement with the press
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
  • In-depth knowledge of university structures, the UK Higher Education sector, and government educational policy
  • In-depth knowledge of the production and implementation of strategic plans and the operational running of a large charity

 

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Vice President for Education

This is a full time paid position. £20,143 pro rata. This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area. The Vice President for Education represents the educational interests of all Coventry University Group students. They are responsible for leading over 1000 course representatives across our campuses. This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group. This role is a member of the Board of Trustees.

Vice President for Education

 

 

Salary: £ 20,143pa – Full Time

Term of Office: 01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Holiday: 26 days + 8 bank holidays

Training: 15/06/20 – 30/07/20

 

The Vice President for Education represents the educational interests of all Coventry University Group students. They are responsible for leading 1000+ course representatives across our campuses. They go out and about speaking to students to collect their feedback on issues and ideas that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with them. The rest of their time is spent working on achieving the aims of their manifesto and attending meetings to ensure the student voice is heard. These include the Students' Union Trustee Board, meeting regularly with the DVC Education and Students and Provost, representing the student voice on the Board of Governors, Academic Affairs Sub-committee, Academic Board and the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee (QUILT). They also meet with external organisations locally and nationally. The role works closely with School and Campus Education Officers.

This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group. This role is a member of the Board of Trustees.

This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area.

 

Areas of Responsibility

  • Lead and develop policy and strategy on educational matters and be responsible to CUSU for maximising the participation of students in educational representation across faculties, departments and campuses.
  • Be a member of the Academic Board and other such committees as determined by CUSU from time to time.
  • Represent students on all matters relating to teaching, assessment and learning, all related education matters, student satisfaction and questionnaires, quality assurance systems and other areas as determined by students.
  • Ensure that all representatives within faculties, campuses and other courses within the University group are supported with advice, guidance and training.
  • Support other Union Affairs Committee members on the development and resources for representation across all academic programme areas.
  • Support Community Officers as required in the development of excellent representation of members across all academic and related areas within the University group.

 

Key SU Staff Support

  • Chief Executive
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Director of Communications
  • Director of Union Development
  • Director of Enterprise

 

Key University Stakeholders

  • The Vice Chancellor
  • The Provost
  • DVC Education and Students
  • Group Registrar

 

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Management
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Engagement with the press
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
  • In-depth knowledge of university structures, the UK Higher Education sector, and government educational policy
  • In-depth knowledge of the production and implementation of strategic plans and the operational running of a large charity

 

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Vice President for Activities

This is a full time paid position. £20,143 pro rata This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area. This role is responsible for gathering the views of students, representing them to the University attending important meetings in the process and leading more than 130 societies and the Student Media team. This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group. This role is a member of the Board of Trustees.

Vice President for Activities

 

 

Salary: £ 20,143pa – Full Time

Term of Office: 01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Holiday: 26 days + 8 bank holidays

Training: 15/06/20 – 30/07/20

 

This role is responsible for gathering the views of students, representing them to the University attending important meetings in the process and leading the 130+ societies and the Student Media. The role involves working on achieving the aims of your manifesto and attending meetings. These meetings will include attending the Students' Union Board of Trustees, societies committee and having a range of meetings with local and national organisations. A large part of the role is also spent speaking to members about issues within Student Activities throughout the academic year. You'll take their views on board and work together with them to create change.

This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group

This role is a member of the Board of Trustees

This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Develop CUSU policy, innovation sustainability and strategy for societies and actively pursue maximising the resources and participation by CUSU members in societies and other CUSU activities.
  • Be responsible for the personal development of all members involved in societies.
  • Be responsible for the development of multi-faith activities and faith representation on behalf of members within CUSU, the University and the wider community.
  • Be the lead on events, activities and policies which celebrate, promote and defend the cultural diversity of its members within CUSU, the University and the wider community.
  • Be responsible for the strategic development and ensure that procedures and policies are developed and adhered to by all engaged in CUSU media and communications.
  • Support all members engaged in CUSU media and communications and be responsible for the personal development of those involved.
  • Ensure that all members of societies shall have appropriate support from the elected officials of societies and be responsible that the relevant duty of care is pursued.

 

Key SU Staff Support

  • Chief Executive
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Director of Communications
  • Director of Enterprise
  • Director of Union Development

 

Key University Stakeholders

  • The Vice Chancellor
  • The Provost
  • DVC Student Experience
  • Centre for Global Engagement

 

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Management
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Engagement with the press
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
  • In-depth knowledge of university structures, the UK Higher Education sector, and government educational policy
  • In-depth knowledge of the production and implementation of strategic plans and the operational running of a large charity

 

 

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Vice President for Welfare and Inclusion

This is a full time paid position. £20,143 pro rata This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area. This role works to ensure the all students are given the support and opportunities they need to succeed while at University. Bringing together CUSU's advice, volunteering and equality work streams. This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group. This role is a member of the Board of Trustees.

Vice President for Welfare and Inclusion

 

Salary: £ 20,143pa – Full Time

Term of Office: 01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Holiday: 26 days + 8 bank holidays

Training: 15/06/20 – 30/07/20

 

Over 2,000 students use SU Advice services, 2,000+ students are involved with the Students Union’s Volunteering department and 100’s of students get involved in equity and diversity campaigns each year. We’re looking for a student to help lead these areas, and provide fresh ideas, making sure the welfare needs of our students are met across our campuses and online. You will be responsible for going out and speaking to students and finding out about their experience. You will also work on achieving the aims of your manifesto and attend a variety of meetings. These meetings will range from leading the Students' Union Welfare and Inclusion Forum to sitting on the University's Equality and Diversity Committee, Catering Contract Committee and meeting with a range of local and national organisations.

This role is open to all students across the Coventry University Group. This role is a member of the Board of Trustees

This role is based on Coventry and would require relocation to Coventry or the nearby area.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Lead and develop policy and strategy relating to the welfare of our students and support community engagement.
  • Be responsible for the maintenance and promotion of appropriate advice and welfare support for students.
  • Be the lead CUSU representative on the University’s Equality and Diversity Committee and other committees as determined by CUSU’s Welfare and Inclusion Forum.
  • Be responsible for ensuring the effective representation of student’s views and needs relating to University’s support services, halls of residence, and student accommodation in the wider community.
  • Be the strategic lead on appropriate welfare campaigns and events
  • Support students in engaging with CUSU Communities and develop the representation of underrepresented groups of students.
  • Be responsible for the maintenance and development of good relations with the local community, residents’ organisations, and ensure students are supported to be representatives in the local community.

Key SU Staff Liaison

  • Chief Executive
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Director of Communications
  • Director of Enterprise
  • Director of Union Development
  • Governance and Policy Team
  • Volunteering Team
  • Advice Team

 

 

Key University Staff Liaison

  • The Vice-Chancellor
  • The Provost
  • DVC Student Experience
  • Director of Student Services

 

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Management
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Engagement with the press
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
  • In-depth knowledge of university structures, the UK Higher Education sector, and government educational policy
  • In-depth knowledge of the production and implementation of strategic plans and the operational running of a charity

 

 

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Sport and Wellbeing Officer

This is a full time paid position. £20,143 pro rata. Do you want to help lead the sport clubs on campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve sports at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to sports. You’ll be responsible for leading on Varsity and all other sports fixtures. This role is open to students on Coventry based campuses only. This role does not sit on the Board of Trustees.

Sport and Wellbeing Officer

 

Salary: £ 20,143pa – Full Time

Term of Office: 01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Holiday: 26 days + 8 bank holidays

Training: 15/06/20 – 30/07/20

 

Do you want to help lead the 50+ sport clubs on campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve sports at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to sports.

You’ll be responsible for leading on Varsity and all other sports fixtures. You’ll be out regularly speaking to students to collect their views on issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with students. You will also work on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard.

This role is open to students on Coventry based campuses only. This role does not sit on the Board of Trustees.

 

Areas of Responsibility

  • Develop policy and strategy for Sports and actively encourage participation in related activities within CUSU.
  • Lead on the personal development, growth, innovation, and sustainability of sports clubs and related activities.
  • Ensure that appropriate procedures and policies are in place for the duty of care of all students participating in CUSU activities and sports.
  • Be a member of the University Health and Safety Committee and other University Committees as required.
  • Ensure that officials of sports clubs have access to appropriate advice, guidance, and training to enable them to carry out their duties.
  • Promote the activities of sports clubs within CUSU, the University, and wider community
  • Have responsibility for ensuring that underrepresented students have access to sports and related resources and activities.
  • Lead on CUSU’s activity related to competitive sports within the University, with other student’s unions and universities, including inter-faculty, inter-halls and other such competitions.
  • Have responsibility for the development of elite sporting performance within CUSU.
  • Have lead responsibility for the conduct of sports club members conduct and good discipline.
  • Ensure that CUSU promotes the pursuit of healthy and active lifestyles, including physical exercise, and to take the lead in all campaigns related to health.

Key SU Staff Support

  • Chief Executive
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Director of Communications
  • Director of Enterprise
  • Director of Union Development
  • Sports and Societies Team

 

Key University Stakeholders

  • The Vice Chancellor
  • The Provost
  • DVC Education and Students
  • Sports and Recreation Team
  • Director of Student Services

 

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Management
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Engagement with the press
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
  • In-depth knowledge of university structures, the UK Higher Education sector, and government educational policy
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Internationalisation and Culture Officer

This is a full time paid position. £20,143 pro rata Coventry University is an incredibly diverse institution with students joining from all over the world. This role involves representing the interests of these students and promoting a diverse and positive cultural experience for all students. This role is open to students on Coventry based campuses only. This role does not sit on the Board of Trustees.

Internationalisation and Culture Officer

 

Salary: £ 20,143pa – Full Time

Term of Office: 01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Holiday: 26 days + 8 bank holidays

Training: 15/06/20 – 30/07/20

 

Coventry University is an incredibly diverse institution with students joining from all over the world. This role involves representing the interests of these students and promoting a diverse and positive cultural experience for all students. This is an exciting year for the Internationalisation and Culture Officer, this role will play a key part in engaging students and CUSU in the City of Culture 2021. You will be responsible for going out and speaking to students, finding out about their experience. You will run campaigns, events, and projects to engage and support this student community and support inter-cultural engagement between students. You will also work on achieving the aims of your manifesto and attending a variety of meetings. These meetings will range from attending the Students' Union Welfare and Inclusion Forum, working closely with the International Office and meeting with a range of local and national organisations.

This role is open to students on Coventry based campuses only. This role does not sit on the Board of Trustees.

 

Areas of Responsibility

 

  • Lead and develop policy and strategy to embed internationalisation across CUSU
  • Lead on CUSU’s engagement in the City of Culture 2021 and student engagement in events and activities relevant to CofC2021
  • Be responsible for the maintenance and promotion of appropriate support for international CUSU members.
  • Be the lead CUSU representative for creating links with the University’s international collaborators and develop an understanding of the values and students who are members of CUSU
  • Be responsible for reporting on demographic participation levels of different cultures and nationalities across CUSU and develop strategies to encourage participation
  • Be responsible for engaging with the University’s work on globalising the curriculum and providing international opportunities for students.
  • To support students in experiencing a range of cultural activities, working with student and community groups
  • Support the events of CUSU’s cultural and international societies
  • To work with appropriate University departments on international trips and experiences, global leadership programmes, and language provision.
  • Be responsible for the development of cultural activities including One World Week
  • Work with appropriate local bodies in ensuring the contribution of CUSU to regional cultural activities
  • Support interfaith understanding and its role in maintaining good campus relations in liaison with the Spirituality Centre

Key SU Staff Liaison

  • Chief Executive
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Director of Communications
  • Director of Union Development
  • Director of Enterprise
  • Events Team
  • City of Culture Team

 

Key University Staff Liaison

  • The Vice-Chancellor
  • The Provost
  • PVC Student Journey
  • Centre for Global Engagement
  • International Office

 

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Management
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Engagement with the press
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
  • In-depth knowledge of university structures, the UK Higher Education sector, and government educational policy

 

 

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Postgraduate Officer

This is a full time, paid position. £20,143 pro rata. The Postgraduate Officer leads over 100 postgraduate course representatives at Coventry. They work with the Postgraduate Research Officer and lead the Postgraduate Student Community. They spend part of their time speaking to postgraduate students to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year. This role is open to students on Coventry based campuses only. This role does not sit on the CUSU Board of Trustee

Postgraduate Officer

 

Salary: £ 20,143pa – Full Time

Term of Office: 01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Holiday: 26 days + 8 bank holidays

Training: 15/06/20 – 30/07/20

 

The Postgraduate Officer leads 100+ postgraduate course representatives at Coventry. They work with the Postgraduate Research Officer and lead the Postgraduate Student Community. They spend part of their time speaking to postgraduate students to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with the students. The rest of their time is spent working on achieving the aims that they put in their manifesto and attending meetings to ensure the student voice is represented. These meetings include high-level University and CUSU committees.

This role is open to students on Coventry based campuses only. This role does not sit on the CUSU Board of Trustees.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Be the lead elected officer on all matters relating to postgraduate students on the Coventry campus.
  • Liaise with local, regional, and national organisations that contribute to the development and support of postgraduate students.
  • Have responsibility for the representation of all postgraduate students throughout the University, including course and research representation in academic areas with all aspects of the Coventry Campus.
  • Meet regularly with the University Postgraduate Team and attend University meetings as required.
  • Have lead responsibility for campaigns, events, activities, and communications relevant to postgraduate students and liaise with appropriate elected officers accordingly.
  • Have lead responsibility for the development of commercial, social, cultural and entertainment activities by CUSU for postgraduate students.
  • Ensure that there is appropriate, relevant and timely reporting to the student body and others on all matters relating to the postgraduate student experience.
  • Ensure that the University develops programmes, systems and policies to support postgraduate students.

 

 

Key SU staff support

  • Chief Executive
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Director of Communications
  • Director of Union Development
  • Director of Enterprise

 

 

Key University Stakeholders

  • The Vice-Chancellor
  • The Provost
  • Dean for Postgraduate Students
  • DVC for Research
  • Group Registrar

 

Key University Meetings

  • QuiLT
  • Academic Board
  • Student Disciplinary Panels

 

 

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Management
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Engagement with the press
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
  • In-depth knowledge of university structures, the UK Higher Education sector, and government educational policy

 

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Coventry University London Activities Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 We believe that coming to Coventry University London is about more than just getting a qualification. As CUSU’s Coventry University London Activities Officer, you’ll be key to shaping our work helping students develop skills and gain experience; network and feel part of a community, and; have some fun beyond the classroom.

Coventry University London Activities Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £125

Role Purpose

We believe that coming to Coventry University London is about more than just getting a qualification. As CUSU’s Coventry University London Activities Officer, you’ll be key to shaping our work helping students develop skills and gain experience; network and feel part of a community, and; have some fun beyond the classroom.

As Activities Officer you’ll be working with CUSU Staff, Faculty and Student Societies and Volunteers to ensure that the student experience at Coventry University London is the best it can be, whether that’s setting up great social and academic societies; developing student skills and experience by volunteering for good causes or; helping build CUSU communities on and off campus.

What’s Involved?

As the Education Officer for Coventry University London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, the passions of the student elected to it and the feedback gained from the Course Rep system. As Education Officer you’ll be working with senior academics to ensure that what we’re teaching at Coventry University London is of the highest standards and our student members are getting a great education.

As part of CUSU’s Coventry University London Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and Coventry University London leadership to bring about positive changes in the Coventry University London’s academic experience; you’ll champion the course rep system and student voice on campus, and; through advocacy and campaigns enhance the overall student experience.

Areas of Responsibility

·???????? Work with societies and student volunteers 

·???????? Support existing societies with their development, any trips and events, and the handover period to a new committee 

·???????? Help develop new societies and student communities

·???????? Promote the development of volunteering on Campus 

·???????? To promote and attend Make a Difference Days 

·???????? Helping demonstrate the value and impact co- and extra-curricular experiences can have on the student experience 

·???????? Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decision on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

 

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Coventry University London Campus Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1,800 The Campus Officer represents CUSU Coventry University London members to Coventry University London, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the Coventry

Coventry University London Campus Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £1800/yr pro-rata

Role Purpose

The Campus Officer represents CUSU Coventry University London members to Coventry University London, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the Coventry University London campus.

What’s Involved?

As the Campus Officer for Coventry University London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role. As Campus Officer, the role is the principal representative for CUSU Coventry University London students to Coventry University London and the institution. They lead on public facing activities for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its offerings at Coventry University London. They play a key role in the relationship between CUSU and Coventry University London.

As well as being the face of students at Coventry University London, they will be a part of the CUSU Executive Group and responsible for ensuring the views and needs of Coventry University London students are represented across CUSU. They will work with the CUSU Coordinator to oversee the provision for students at Coventry University London.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Chair meetings of the Campus Executive and lead a team of voluntary officers.
  • Organise and support events relevant to the student body.
  • Work with CUSU Satellite Campus staff to determine and implement the development and improvement of CUSU Coventry University London.
  • To uphold the democratic principles and objects of CUSU
  • To be a public-facing spokesperson for CUSU Coventry University London and all its activities.
  • To work with the student representatives to ensure student feedback is appropriately fed forward.
  • To run and deliver projects arising from manifesto pledges and team priorities.

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

Please note that travel to the Coventry Campus will be a necessary part of this role. This will be paid for by Coventry University Students’ Union. The role will require a minimum of 3 visits during the elected period

 

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Coventry University London Education Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 Securing a great education is at the heart of the Coventry University London’s experience, and the role of Education Officer is to be the key student voice on campus making sure that every CUSU member gets the education they deserve.

Coventry University London Education Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £125/yr pro-rata

Role Purpose

Securing a great education is at the heart of the Coventry University London’s experience, and the role of Education Officer is to be the key student voice on campus making sure that every CUSU member gets the education they deserve.

As Education Officer you’ll be working with CUSU Staff, Faculty and our Course Rep system to ensure that they educational experience at Coventry University London is the best it can be, whether that’s working to enhance teaching and learning, enabling a student-centred approach to teaching or campaigning to for additional resources in the library.

What’s Involved?

As the Education Officer for Coventry University London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, the passions of the student elected to it and the feedback gained from the Course Rep system. As Education Officer you’ll be working with senior academics to ensure that what we’re teaching at Coventry University London is of the highest standards and our student members are getting a great education.

As part of CUSU’s Coventry University London Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and Coventry University London leadership to bring about positive changes in the Coventry University London’s academic experience; you’ll champion the course rep system and student voice on campus, and; through advocacy and campaigns enhance the overall student experience.

Areas of Responsibility

  1. Work with the rep system – Senior Reps & Course Reps 
  2. Promote the rep system to students across Coventry University London
  3. Organise and support with CUSU led events as a result of feedback given in the student forums 
  4. Attend Board of Study (etc) 
  5. Organise social events for the reps 
  6. Liaise with Campus Officer to ensure all students are being represented 
  7. Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decisions on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
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Coventry University London Welfare & Inclusion Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125

Coventry University London Welfare & Inclusion Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £125/yr pro-rata

Role Purpose

The Welfare & Inclusion Officer is the student champion for improvements to the way Coventry University London and CUSU improve the wellbeing, welfare and support offered to our members. They will be the lead student voice on the campus in championing equality & diversity, ensuring every student at Coventry University London, no matter their background can succeed. The Welfare & Inclusion Officer will also work with both the institution and the union on delivering improvements to the support every student receives, whether emotional, physical or other, ensuring all students have the best student experience possible.

What’s Involved?

As the Welfare Officer for Coventry University London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, and the passions of the student elected to it. The role will require a candidate that is able to both: identify the welfare needs students are facing at Coventry University London as well as any additional barriers our members may be facing; and work to bring about positive changes.

As part of CUSU’s Coventry University London Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and Coventry University London leadership to bring about positive changes in the Coventry University London student experience, through advocacy and leading on student voice activity within your remit.

Areas of Responsibility

·???????? Lead on campaigns and liberation events 

·???????? Raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing support on Campus and in the local area 

·???????? Build a relationship with SUAC and promote their services on Campus 

·???????? Work with Society committees on relevant awareness campaigns 

·???????? Liaise with Campus Officer to promote student wellbeing 

·???????? Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decision on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 

 

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

 

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CU Coventry Campus Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1,800 The Campus Officer represents CUSU CU Coventry members to CU Coventry, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the CU Coventry campus.

CU Coventry Campus Officer

Stipend: £1800/yr pro-rata

Dates in position: 01/07/20 - 30/06/21

Role Purpose

The Campus Officer represents CUSU CU Coventry members to CU Coventry, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the CU Coventry campus.

What’s Involved?

As the Campus Officer for CU Coventry, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role. As Campus Officer, the role is the principal representative for CUSU CU Coventry students to CU Coventry and the institution. They lead on public facing activities for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its offerings at CU Coventry. They play a key role in the relationship between CUSU and CU Coventry.

As well as being the face of students at CU Coventry, they will be a part of the CUSU Executive Group and responsible for ensuring the views and needs of CU Coventry students are represented across CUSU. They will work with the Student Engagement Coordinator to oversee the provision for students at CU Coventry.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Chair meetings of the Campus Executive and lead a team of voluntary officers.
  • Organise and support events relevant to the student body.
  • Work with CUSU staff to determine and implement the development and improvement of CUSU CU Coventry.
  • To uphold the democratic principles and objects of CUSU
  • To be a public-facing spokesperson for CUSU CU Coventry and all its activities.
  • To work with the student representatives to ensure student feedback is appropriately fed forward.
  • To run and deliver projects arising from manifesto pledges and team priorities.

Key SU Staff Support

  • Student Engagement Coordinator
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
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CU Coventry Education Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 Securing a great education is at the heart of the CU Coventry’s experience, and the role of Education Officer is to be the key student voice on campus making sure that every CUSU member gets the education they deserve.

CU Coventry Education Officer

Stipend: £125

Dates in position: 01/07/20 - 30/06/21

Role Purpose

Securing a great education is at the heart of the CU Coventry’s experience, and the role of Education Officer is to be the key student voice on campus making sure that every CUSU member gets the education they deserve.

As Education Officer you’ll be working with CUSU Staff, Faculty and our Course Rep system to ensure that they educational experience at CU Coventry is the best it can be, whether that’s working to enhance teaching and learning, enabling a student centred approach to teaching or campaigning to for additional resources in the library.

What’s Involved?

As the Education Officer for CU Coventry, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, the passions of the student elected to it and the feedback gained from the Course Rep system. As Education Officer you’ll be working with senior academics to ensure that what we’re teaching at CU Coventry is of the highest standards and our student members are getting a great education.

As part of CUSU’s CU Coventry Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and CU Coventry leadership to bring about positive changes in the CU Coventry’s academic experience; you’ll champion the course rep system and student voice on campus, and; through advocacy and campaigns enhance the overall student experience .

Areas of Responsibility

·???????? Work with the rep system – Senior Reps & Course Reps 

·???????? Promote the rep system to students across CU Coventry

·???????? Organise and support with CUSU led events as a result of feedback given in the student forums 

·        Attend Board of Study (etc) 

·???????? Organise social events for the reps 

·???????? Liaise with Campus Officer to ensure all students are being represented 

·???????? Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decisions on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 Key SU Staff Support

  • Student Engagement Coordinator
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

 

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CU Coventry Welfare & Inclusion Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Welfare & Inclusion Officer is the student champion for improvements to the way CU Coventry and CUSU improve the wellbeing, welfare and support offered to our members. They will be the lead student voice on the campus in championing equality & diversity, ensuring every student at CU Coventry, no matter their background can succeed.

CU Coventry Welfare & Inclusion Officer

Stipend: £125

Dates in position: 01/07/20 - 30/06/21

Role Purpose

The Welfare & Inclusion Officer is the student champion for improvements to the way CU Coventry and CUSU improve the wellbeing, welfare and support offered to our members. They will be the lead student voice on the campus in championing equality & diversity, ensuring every student at CU Coventry, no matter their background can succeed. The Welfare & Inclusion Officer will also work with both the institution and the union on delivering improvements to the support every student receives, whether emotional, physical or other, ensuring all students have the best student experience possible.

What’s involved?

As the Welfare Officer for CU Coventry, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, and the passions of the student elected to it. The role will require a candidate that is able to both: identify the welfare needs students are facing at CU Coventry as well as any additional barriers our members may be facing; and work to bring about positive changes.

As part of CUSU’s CU Coventry Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and CU Coventry leadership to bring about positive changes in the CU Coventry student experience, through advocacy and leading on student voice activity within your remit.

Areas of Responsibility

·???????? Lead on campaigns and liberation events 

·???????? Raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing support on Campus and in the local area 

·???????? Build a relationship with SUAC and promote their services on Campus 

·???????? Work with Society committees on relevant awareness campaigns 

·???????? Liaise with Campus Officer to promote student wellbeing 

·???????? Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decision on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 Key SU Staff Support

  • Student Engagement Coordinator
  • Campus Manager
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.
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CU London Activities Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 We believe that coming to CU London is about more than just getting a qualification. As CUSU’s CU London Activities Officer, you’ll be key to shaping our work helping students develop skills and gain experience; network and feel part of a community, and; have some fun beyond the classroom.

CU London Activities Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £125

Role Purpose

We believe that coming to CU London is about more than just getting a qualification. As CUSU’s CU London Activities Officer, you’ll be key to shaping our work helping students develop skills and gain experience; network and feel part of a community, and; have some fun beyond the classroom.

As Activities Officer you’ll be working with CUSU Staff, Faculty and Student Societies and Volunteers to ensure that the student experience at CU London is the best it can be, whether that’s setting up great social and academic societies; developing student skills and experience by volunteering for good causes or; helping build CUSU communities on and off campus.

What’s Involved?

As the Education Officer for CU London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, the passions of the student elected to it and the feedback gained from the Course Rep system. As Education Officer you’ll be working with senior academics to ensure that what we’re teaching at CU London is of the highest standards and our student members are getting a great education.

As part of CUSU’s CU London Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and CU London leadership to bring about positive changes in the CU London’s academic experience; you’ll champion the course rep system and student voice on campus, and; through advocacy and campaigns enhance the overall student experience .

Areas of Responsibility

·???????? Work with societies and student volunteers 

·???????? Support existing societies with their development, any trips and events, and the handover period to a new committee 

·???????? Help develop new societies and student communities

·???????? Promote the development of volunteering on Campus 

·???????? To promote and attend Make a Difference Days 

·???????? Helping demonstrate the value and impact co- and extra-curricular experiences can have on the student experience 

·???????? Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decision on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 Key SU Staff Support

  • CUSU CU London based Coordinators
  • Campus Manager
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

Some travel and overnight stays may be required to attend events and activities at the Coventry University Campus on occasion.

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CU London Campus Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1,800 pro rata. The Campus Officer represents CUSU CU London members to CU London, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the CU London campus.

CU London Campus Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £1800/yr pro-rata

Role Purpose

The Campus Officer represents CUSU CU London members to CU London, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the CU London campus.

What’s Involved?

As the Campus Officer for CU London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role. As Campus Officer, the role is the principal representative for CUSU CU London students to CU London and the institution. They lead on public facing activities for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its offerings at CU London. They play a key role in the relationship between CUSU and CU London.

As well as being the face of students at CU London, they will be a part of the CUSU Executive Group and responsible for ensuring the views and needs of CU London students are represented across CUSU. They will work with the CUSU Coordinator to oversee the provision for students at CU London.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Chair meetings of the Campus Executive and lead a team of voluntary officers.
  • Organise and support events relevant to the student body.
  • Work with CUSU Satellite Campus staff to determine and implement the development and improvement of CUSU CU London.
  • To uphold the democratic principles and objects of CUSU
  • To be a public-facing spokesperson for CUSU CU London and all its activities.
  • To work with the student representatives to ensure student feedback is appropriately fed forward.
  • To run and deliver projects arising from manifesto pledges and team priorities.

Key SU Staff Support

  • CUSU CU London based Coordinators
  • Campus Manager
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

Please note that travel to the Coventry Campus will be a necessary part of this role. This will be paid for by Coventry University Students’ Union. The role will require a minimum of 3 visits during the elected period

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CU London Education Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 Securing a great education is at the heart of the CU London’s experience, and the role of Education Officer is to be the key student voice on campus making sure that every CUSU member gets the education they deserve.

CU London Education Officer’s Role Description

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £125

Role Purpose

Securing a great education is at the heart of the CU London’s experience, and the role of Education Officer is to be the key student voice on campus making sure that every CUSU member gets the education they deserve.

As Education Officer you’ll be working with CUSU Staff, Faculty and our Course Rep system to ensure that they educational experience at CU London is the best it can be, whether that’s working to enhance teaching and learning, enabling a student centred approach to teaching or campaigning to for additional resources in the library.

What’s Involved?

As the Education Officer for CU London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, the passions of the student elected to it and the feedback gained from the Course Rep system. As Education Officer you’ll be working with senior academics to ensure that what we’re teaching at CU London is of the highest standards and our student members are getting a great education.

As part of CUSU’s CU London Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and CU London leadership to bring about positive changes in the CU London’s academic experience; you’ll champion the course rep system and student voice on campus, and; through advocacy and campaigns enhance the overall student experience .

Areas of Responsibility

·???????? Work with the rep system – Senior Reps & Course Reps 

·???????? Promote the rep system to students across CU Scarborough 

·???????? Organise and support with CUSU led events as a result of feedback given in the student forums 

·         Attend Board of Study (etc) 

·???????? Organise social events for the reps 

·???????? Liaise with Campus Officer to ensure all students are being represented 

·???????? Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decisions on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 Key SU Staff Support

  • CUSU CU London based Coordinators
  • Campus Manager
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

 

Some travel and overnight stays may be required to attend events and activities at the Coventry University Campus on occasion.

 

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CU London Welfare & Inclusion Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Welfare & Inclusion Officer is the student champion for improvements to the way CU London and CUSU improve the wellbeing, welfare and support offered to our members. They will be the lead student voice on the campus in championing equality & diversity, ensuring every student at CU London, no matter their background can succeed.

CU London Welfare & Inclusion Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £125

Role Purpose

The Welfare & Inclusion Officer is the student champion for improvements to the way CU London and CUSU improve the wellbeing, welfare and support offered to our members. They will be the lead student voice on the campus in championing equality & diversity, ensuring every student at CU London, no matter their background can succeed. The Welfare & Inclusion Officer will also work with both the institution and the union on delivering improvements to the support every student receives, whether emotional, physical or other, ensuring all students have the best student experience possible.

What’s Involved?

As the Welfare Officer for CU London, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, and the passions of the student elected to it. The role will require a candidate that is able to both: identify the welfare needs students are facing at CU London as well as any additional barriers our members may be facing; and work to bring about positive changes.

As part of CUSU’s CU London Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and CU London leadership to bring about positive changes in the CU London student experience, through advocacy and leading on student voice activity within your remit.

Areas of Responsibility

·???????? Lead on campaigns and liberation events 

·???????? Raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing support on Campus and in the local area 

·???????? Build a relationship with SUAC and promote their services on Campus 

·???????? Work with Society committees on relevant awareness campaigns 

·???????? Liaise with Campus Officer to promote student wellbeing 

·???????? Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decision on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 Key SU Staff Support

  • CUSU CU London based Coordinators
  • Campus Manager
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within.
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team.

Some travel and overnight stays may be required to attend events and activities at the Coventry University Campus on occasion.

 

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CU Scarborough Campus Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1,800 pro rata The Campus Officer represents CUSU CU Scarborough members to CU Scarborough, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the CU Scarborough campus.

CU Scarborough Campus Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £1800/yr pro-rata

Role Purpose

The Campus Officer represents CUSU CU Scarborough members to CU Scarborough, the University and external audiences at all levels. They uphold the democratic principles and obligations of Coventry University Students’ Union and ensure that these are implemented across the activities of the organisation. They are a public facing spokesperson for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its activities at the CU Scarborough campus.

What’s involved?

As the Campus Officer for CU Scarborough, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role. As Campus Officer, the role is the principal representative for CUSU CU Scarborough students to CU Scarborough and the institution. They lead on public facing activities for Coventry University Students’ Union and all its offerings at CU Scarborough. They play a key role in the relationship between CUSU and CU Scarborough.

As well as being the face of students at CU Scarborough, they will be a part of the CUSU Executive Group and responsible for ensuring the views and needs of CU Scarborough students are represented across CUSU. They will work with the CUSU Coordinator to oversee the provision for students at CU Scarborough.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Chair meetings of the Campus Executive and lead a team of voluntary officers
  • Organise and support events relevant to the student body
  • Work with CUSU Satellite Campus staff to determine and implement the development and improvement of CUSU CU Scarborough
  • To uphold the democratic principles and objects of CUSU
  • To be a public-facing spokesperson for CUSU CU Scarborough and all its activities
  • To work with the student representatives to ensure student feedback is appropriately fed forward
  • To run and deliver projects arising from manifesto pledges and team priorities

Key SU Staff Support

  • CUSU CU Scarborough based Coordinators
  • Campus Manager
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team

Please note that travel to the Coventry Campus will be a necessary part of this role. This will be paid for by Coventry University Students’ Union. The role will require a minimum of 3 visits during the elected period

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CU Scarborough Welfare & Inclusion Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Welfare and Inclusion Officer is the student champion for developments to the way CU Scarborough and CUSU improve the wellbeing, welfare and support offered to our members. They will be the lead student voice on the campus in championing equality and diversity, ensuring every student at CU Scarborough, no matter their background, can succeed.

CU Scarborough Welfare & Inclusion Officer

01/07/20 – 30/06/21

Stipend: £125

Role Purpose

The Welfare & Inclusion Officer is the student champion for developments to the way CU Scarborough and CUSU improve the wellbeing, welfare and support offered to our members. They will be the lead student voice on the campus in championing equality & diversity, ensuring every student at CU Scarborough, no matter their background, can succeed. The Welfare & Inclusion Officer will also work with both the institution and the union on delivering improvements to the support every student receives, whether emotional, physical or other, ensuring all students have the best student experience possible.

What’s involved?

As the Welfare Officer for CU Scarborough, the work will vary across the year reflecting the wide scope of the role, and the passions of the student elected to it. The role will require a candidate that is able to both: identify the welfare needs students are facing at CU Scarborough as well as any additional barriers our members may be facing; and work to bring about positive changes.

As part of CUSU’s CU Scarborough Executive Team, you will be expected to work with students, Officers, CUSU Staff and CU Scarborough leadership to bring about positive changes in the CU Scarborough student experience, through advocacy and leading on student voice activity within your remit.

Areas of Responsibility

  • Lead on campaigns and liberation events 
  • Raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing support on Campus and in the local area 
  • Build a relationship with SUAC and promote their services on Campus 
  • Work with Society committees on relevant awareness campaigns 
  • Liaise with Campus Officer to promote student wellbeing 
  • Attend Campus Executive meetings (8 a year) with Campus Officer and rest of Exec to make decision on Campus specific matters – including approving societies and planning CUSU events. 

 Key SU Staff Support

  • CUSU CU Scarborough based Coordinators
  • Campus Manager
  • CUSU Executive Buddy

 

 

Key University Contacts

  • Associate Pro Vice Chancellor
  • Head of Student Affairs
  • Provost

Key University Meetings

  • Quality in Learning and Teaching (Coventry)
  • Board of Study
  • Key academic meetings as necessary

What can you expect from us?

You will be supported throughout your term of office by staff both at your location and throughout the CUSU group. You will develop key skills (as below) within a supportive environment. You will be provided with relevant training to support you in your role. Access to a shared working space to allow you to carry out your role and your studies will also be provided.

Key skills you will develop in your role

  • Project planning
  • Campaign management
  • Being an effective representative (on committees and to various stakeholders with tools such as consultation and data collection)
  • Negotiation and assertiveness
  • Your own leadership style and the skills within
  • Communication skills with a variety of stakeholders
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Presentation and public speaking skills
  • Effective use of social media
  • Working independently or as part of a team

Some travel and overnight stays may be required to attend events and activities at the Coventry University Campus on occasion.

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EEC Faculty Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1,800, pro rata Do you want to help lead the student officers within Engineering, Environment and Computing? The EEC Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change.

EEC Faculty Officer

 

This is a part time, paid position (Stipend - £1800 pro rata)

Term of Office:  01/07/20 – 30/06/21– you must be an EEC student for at least 6 months of the Term of Office to be eligible to stand.

Do you want to help lead the student officers within Engineering, Environment and Computing? The EEC Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change. You will act as the President of the Faculty and work with the officers focusing on Education, Activities, Welfare and Inclusion.

A large part of the role is about speaking to members to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with members. You will also work on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard.

Don’t worry – we’ll give you all the support and training you need to make this role your own and really make a difference. There'll be opportunities to gain some qualifications and to meet people at loads of national events.

This role gives you a chance to influence the direction of a multimillion-pound turnover Students’ Union, through the role and training provided you will gain several skills that will help you in the years to come, all kept track through the CUSU Leadership award. Additionally, you will be paid for your work with us, earning a £1,800 Stipend for the year!

Here is a brief overview of what you will be doing as a Faculty Officer:

  • Represent the students of Engineering, Environment and Computing, on all matters relating to the student experience. Receive feedback and comments and report any matters to the relevant student and University committees.
  • Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation of members within their Faculty, ensuring quality is maintained, supported and developed.
  • Ensure appropriate liaison with the Sabbatical team of CUSU, working collaboratively on projects on behalf of EEC Students
  • Take lead on the promotion of CUSU activities across the Faculty and relevant schools.
  • Engage EEC students in CUSU campaigns and activities and feed in ideas and suggestions that will benefit the development of CUSU within the Faculty.
  • Maintain the democratic processes within the Faculty Officer structure, promote the officer positions and encourage students to be involved with CUSU.
  • Carry out others duties deemed appropriate by the students of EEC.
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FAH Faculty Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1,800, pro rata Do you want to help lead the student officers within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities? The FAH Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change.

FAH Faculty Officer

 

This is a part time, paid position (Stipend - £1800 pro rata)

Term of Office:  01/07/20 – 30/06/21– you must be an FAH student for at least 6 months of the Term of Office to be eligible to stand.

Do you want to help lead the student officers within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities? The FAH Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change. You will act as the President of the Faculty and work with the officers focusing on Education, Activities, Welfare and Inclusion.

A large part of the role is about speaking to members to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with members. You will also work on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard.

Don’t worry – we’ll give you all the support and training you need to make this role your own and really make a difference. There'll be opportunities to gain some qualifications and to meet people at loads of national events.

This role gives you a chance to influence the direction of a multimillion-pound turnover Students’ Union, through the role and training provided you will gain several skills that will help you in the years to come, all kept track through the CUSU Leadership award. Additionally, you will be paid for your work with us, earning a £1,800 Stipend for the year!

Here is a brief overview of what you will be doing as a Faculty Officer:

  • Represent the students of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, on all matters relating to the student experience. Receive feedback and comments and report any matters to the relevant student and University committees.
  • Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation of members within their Faculty, ensuring quality is maintained, supported and developed.
  • Ensure appropriate liaison with the Sabbatical team of CUSU, working collaboratively on projects on behalf of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Students
  • Take lead on the promotion of CUSU activities across the Faculty and relevant schools.
  • Engage FAH students in CUSU campaigns and activities and feed in ideas and suggestions that will benefit the development of CUSU within the Faculty.
  • Maintain the democratic processes within the Faculty Officer structure, promote the officer positions and encourage students to be involved with CUSU.
  • Carry out others duties deemed appropriate by the students of FAH.
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FBL Faculty Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1800, pro rata. Do you want to help lead the student officers within the Faculty of Business and Law? The FBL Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change.

FBL Faculty Officer

 

This is a part time, paid position (Stipend - £1800 pro rata)

Term of Office:  01/07/20 – 30/06/21– you must be an FBL student for at least 6 months of the Term of Office to be eligible to stand.

Do you want to help lead the student officers within the Faculty of Business and Law? The FBL Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change. You will act as the President of the Faculty and work with the officers focusing on Education, Activities, Welfare and Inclusion.

A large part of the role is about speaking to members to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with members. You will also work on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard.

Don’t worry – we’ll give you all the support and training you need to make this role your own and really make a difference. There'll be opportunities to gain some qualifications and to meet people at loads of national events.

This role gives you a chance to influence the direction of a multimillion-pound turnover Students’ Union, through the role and training provided you will gain several skills that will help you in the years to come, all kept track through the CUSU Leadership award. Additionally, you will be paid for your work with us, earning a £1,800 Stipend for the year!

Here is a brief overview of what you will be doing as a Faculty Officer:

  • Represent the students of Faculty of Business and Law, on all matters relating to the student experience. Receive feedback and comments and report any matters to the relevant student and University committees.
  • Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation of members within their Faculty, ensuring quality is maintained, supported and developed.
  • Ensure appropriate liaison with the Sabbatical team of CUSU, working collaboratively on projects on behalf of FBL Students
  • Take lead on the promotion of CUSU activities across the Faculty and relevant schools.
  • Engage FBL students in CUSU campaigns and activities and feed in ideas and suggestions that will benefit the development of CUSU within the Faculty.
  • Maintain the democratic processes within the Faculty Officer structure, promote the officer positions and encourage students to be involved with CUSU.
  • Carry out others duties deemed appropriate by the students of FBL.
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HLS Faculty Officer

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £1,800 Do you want to help lead the student officers within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences? The HLS Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change.

HLS Faculty Officer

 

This is a part time, paid position (Stipend - £1800 pro rata)

Term of Office:  01/07/20 – 30/06/21– you must be an HLS student for at least 6 months of the Term of Office to be eligible to stand.

Do you want to help lead the student officers within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences? The HLS Faculty Officer is a crucial role at Coventry University Students’ Union. You would be the pinnacle of student representation and be able to make large scale decisions, creating long lasting change. You will act as the President of the Faculty and work with the officers focusing on Education, Activities, Welfare and Inclusion.

A large part of the role is about speaking to members to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with members. You will also work on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard.

Don’t worry – we’ll give you all the support and training you need to make this role your own and really make a difference. There'll be opportunities to gain some qualifications and to meet people at loads of national events.

This role gives you a chance to influence the direction of a multimillion-pound turnover Students’ Union, through the role and training provided you will gain several skills that will help you in the years to come, all kept track through the CUSU Leadership award. Additionally, you will be paid for your work with us, earning a £1,800 Stipend for the year!

Here is a brief overview of what you will be doing as a Faculty Officer:

  • Represent the students of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, on all matters relating to the student experience. Receive feedback and comments and report any matters to the relevant student and University committees.
  • Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation of members within their Faculty, ensuring quality is maintained, supported and developed.
  • Ensure appropriate liaison with the Sabbatical team of CUSU, working collaboratively on projects on behalf of Health and Life Sciences Students
  • Take lead on the promotion of CUSU activities across the Faculty and relevant schools.
  • Engage HLS students in CUSU campaigns and activities and feed in ideas and suggestions that will benefit the development of CUSU within the Faculty.
  • Maintain the democratic processes within the Faculty Officer structure, promote the officer positions and encourage students to be involved with CUSU.
  • Carry out others duties deemed appropriate by the students of HLS.
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School of Art and Design Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

 

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School of Computing, Electronics & Mathematics Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

 

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Coventry Law School Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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School of Economics, Finance and Accounting Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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School of Energy, Construction & Environment Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

 

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School of Humanities Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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School of Life Sciences Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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School of Marketing and Management Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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School of Mechanical, Aerospace & Automotive Engineering Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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School of Media and Performing Arts Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125. The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125 The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

 

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School of Strategy and Leadership Education Rep

This is a part time, paid position. Stipend - £125. The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

The Education Rep role is an integral part of the Rep System at the Students' Union. As the Education Rep for your School you will lead a team of Senior Course Reps and work closely with your Faculty Officer to improve the academic experience for the Student’s you represent.

 

The Rep System is well established across the university and has tackled issues relating to feedback, assessment and other faculty based projects. As an Education Rep you will actively seek out the views of student’s and act on the feedback in which they raise at a School level and also attend some Faculty level meetings.

 

This role gives you a chance to network with senior staff within your faculty, mentor other Student Reps and be available to students who want to improve their courses. The role comes with a bursary of up to £125 for a full academic year and the opportunity to develop leadership, organisation and communication skills. The role will require no more than 4 hours a week on average.

 

Here is a look at some of things you’ll be doing in this role:

 

Attend meetings with Heads of School known as School Meetings

Attend meetings with Associate Deans/Dean as requested by Faculty

Attend Faculty Board Meetings

Provide feedback from Faculty Board Meetings to Senior Reps

Mentor Senior Reps and Course Reps

Promote any vacant SCR positions within their School

 

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