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CUSU Spring Election 2018

This is an election for the Executive full time and part time officers 2018/19

The polls have closed.

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President

This is a full time, paid position. £18,940 pro rata. We’re looking for a student to lead the Students’ Union, and more than 30,000 students that are part of Coventry University.

This is a full time, paid position.

We’re looking for a student to lead the Students’ Union, and the 24,000+ students that are part of Coventry University.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time speaking to students about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their views on board, and working together with members.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in your manifesto and attending meetings. These will include chairing the Students' Union Executive Committee and the Finance and General Purpose Committee, meeting regularly with the VC and DVC Student Experience, representing the student voice on the University’s Board of Governors, and meeting with external organisations local and nationally.

The President is also responsible for managing the whole of the Executive team.

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 receive other qualifications and to meet other people in these roles at a variety of national events.

If you’ve got any questions about the role, you can drop an email to ac0406@coventry.ac.uk

Here is a list of what you’ll do as President:

I. Represent CUSU always and in all matters affecting its interests and policies.

II. Represent CUSU and its members on the University Board of Governors, and other such University committees as required by the University regulations and as the Executive Committee shall from time to time determine.

III. Chair Executive Committee, the Board of Trustees Sub Committee and act as the Deputy Chair of the Board of Trustees.

IV. Be responsible for the coordination of the Executive Committee members in line with CUSU policies, procedures and activities.

V. In the case of urgency, be empowered to take appropriate action on behalf of CUSU, after consultation with all available Executive members and such action reported to the next Executive Committee for ratification.

VI. Have responsibility to the Executive Committee for all financial matters of the charity and any trading or other subsidiary parts of CUSU.

VII. Have responsibility to the Executive Committee for ensuring all staff protocols and employment policies are adhered to via the head of staff.

VIII. Have responsibility to Executive Committee for ensuring that all services and activities of CUSU and its subsidiaries follow CUSU strategic plans, procedures and policies and to lead on the strategic development of services.

IX. Ensure that the CUSU election procedures are adhered to and that all members can participate in the election processes outlined in the Articles of Association.

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VP Education

This is a full time, paid position. £18,940 pro rata. Do you want to help lead the 1000+ course representatives across our campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education.

This is a full time, paid position

 

Do you want to help lead the 1000+ course representatives across our campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time speaking to students to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with them. You will be overseeing the representation system

The other 50% of your time will be spent working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include the Students' Union Executive Committee and Trustee Board, meeting regularly with the DVC Student Experience, representing the student voice on Academic Affairs Subcommittee, Academic Board and the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee(QUILT), and meeting with external organisations local and nationally. You will be working with the Faculty and College Representatives.

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.

Here is a brief of what you’ll be doing as VP for Education:

i. Lead and develop policy and strategy on education matters and be responsible to CUSU for maximising the participation of members in the representation within faculties and departments.

ii. Be a member of the Academic Board and other such committees as determined by Executive Committee from time to time.

iii. Be responsible to Executive Committee on all matter relating to teaching, assessment and learning, all related education matters, student satisfaction and questionnaires, quality assurance systems and other areas as determined by Executive Committee from time to time.

iv. Ensure that all representatives within faculties, colleges and other course within the University group and supported with advice, guidance and training.

v. Support other Executive Committee members on the development and resources for representation across all academic programme areas.

vi. Support Student Council members as required in the development of excellent representation of members across all academic and related areas within the University group.

vii. Ensure that University procedures relating to student conduct are appropriate and adhered to by the University.

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VP Postgraduate Students

This is a full time, paid position. £18,940 pro rata. Do you want to help lead the 100+ postgraduate course representatives across our campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve postgraduate representation at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to postgraduate students.

This is a full time, paid position

Do you want to help lead the 100+ postgraduate course representatives across our campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve postgraduate representation at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to postgraduate students.

You’ll be working with the Postgraduate Taught and Research Officers and lead on the Postgraduate Guild.

You’ll spend around 50% of your 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 other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include the Students' Union Executive Committee and Trustee Board, meeting regularly with the Dean of Postgraduate School, representing the student voice on University Academic Board and all Postgraduate related meetings, and meeting with external organisations local and nationally.

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.

Here is an overview of what you’ll be doing as VP Postgraduate:

i. Be the lead elected officer on all matters relating to all postgraduate students within the University group.

ii. Liaise with local, regional and national organisations which shall contribute to the development and support for postgraduate students.

iii. 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 University group.

iv. Meet regularly with the University Postgraduate office and attend University meetings as determined from time to time.

v. Have lead responsibility for campaigns, events, activities and communications relevant to postgraduate students and liaise with appropriate elected officers accordingly.

vi. Have lead responsibility for the development of commercial, social, cultural and entertainments activities by CUSU for postgraduate students.

vii. Ensure that there is appropriate, relevant and timely reporting to Executive Committee and others as required on all matters relating to postgraduate student experience.

viii. Collaborate with other elected officers on the development of accommodation for postgraduate students and with those members who have caring responsibilities.

ix. Endure that the University develops programmes, systems and policies on the support for postgraduate students, including the transition support on entry to the University and the related group members.

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VP Activities

This is a full time, paid position. £18,940 pro rata. At Coventry University, there's a society for pretty much anything, there are loads of volunteering opportunities and we’re looking for a student to help lead all this.

This is a full time, paid position

At Coventry University, there's a society for pretty much anything, there are loads of volunteering opportunities and we’re looking for a student to help lead all this.

You’ll be 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 (Source Media).

50% of your time will be spent working on achieving the aims of your manifesto and attending meetings. These meetings will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee and Board of Trustees, societies committee, Union’s Council and having a range of meetings with local and national organisations.

The other 50% will be 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.

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 receive other qualifications and to meet other people in these roles at a variety of national events.

Here is what you will be doing in the role:

i. 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.

ii. Be responsible to Executive Committee for the personal development of all members involved in societies.

iii. Be responsible for the development of multi-faith activities and faith representation on behalf of members within CUSU, the University and the wider community.

iv. Be the lead on behalf of the Executive Committee on events, activities and policies which celebrate, promote and defend the cultural diversity of its members within CUSU, the University and the wider community.

v. Be responsible to the Executive Committee for the strategic development and ensure that procedures and policies are developed and adhered to by all engaged in CUSU media and communications.

vi. Support all members engaged in CUSU media and communications and be responsible for the personal development of those involved.

vii. Ensure that all members of societies shall have appropriate support from the elected officials of societies and be responsible to the Executive Committee that the relevant duty of care is pursued.

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VP Sport and Wellbeing

This is a full time, paid position. £18,940 pro rata. 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? Alongside promoting well-being across all Coventry University and CU group campuses. We're looking for someone to lead our approach to sports.

This is a full time, paid position

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 spend around 50% of your time will be spent speaking to students to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with members.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include the Students' Union Executive Committee and Trustee Board, and meeting with external organisations local and nationally.

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.

So what will I do as VP for Sports?

i. Develop policy and strategy for Sports and actively encourage increasing and widening participation in posts and related activities within CUSU.

ii. Lead on the personal development, growth, innovation and sustainability of sports clubs and related activities.

iii. Ensure that appropriate procedures and policies are in place for the duty of care of all members participating in CUSU activities and sports.

iv. Be a member of the University Health and Safety Committee and other University Committees as determined by Executive Committee from time to time.

v. Ensure that officials of sports clubs have access to appropriate advice, guidance and training to enable them to carry out their duties.

vi. Promote the activities of sports clubs within CUSU, the University group and wider in liaison with CUSU communications services.

vii. Have responsibility for ensuring that vulnerable students have access to sports and related resources and activities.

viii. Have responsibility to Executive Committee for competitive sports within the University and with other student’s unions and universities, including inter-faculty, inter-halls and other such competitions.

ix. Have responsibility for the development of elite sporting performance within CUSU and to take a lead within the University, and to attend and chair University committees as determined from time to time.

x. Have lead responsibility for the conduct of sports club members conduct and good discipline.

xi. Have lead responsibility to Executive Committee for events beyond sports activities as determined by Executive from time to time.

xii. 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.

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VP Welfare and Community

This is a full time, paid position. £18,940 pro rata. Over 2,000 students use SU Advice every year. Over 2,000+ students are involved with the Students Union’s Volunteering department. Loads of students are involved with the Tenants’ Union, the Community Wardens Scheme and volunteering. We’re looking for a student to help lead this, and provide fresh ideas, making sure the welfare of the community of students is met across our campus.

This is a full time, paid position

Over 2,000 students use SU Advice every year. Over 2,000+ students are involved with the Students Union’s Volunteering department. Loads of students are involved with the Tenants’ Union, the Community Wardens Scheme and volunteering. We’re looking for a student to help lead this, and provide fresh ideas, making sure the welfare of the community of students is met across our campus.

You’ll be responsible for making sure that students welfare is a priority of the Students’ Union. You’ll responsible for the Community Wardens Scheme, the Tenants’ Union and Volunteering.

Around 50% will be spent going out and speaking to members throughout the academic year and finding out about their experience.

The other 50% of your time will be spent working on achieving the aims of your manifesto and attending a variety of meetings. These meetings will range from attending the Students' Union Executive Committee to sitting on the University's Student Equality and Diversity Committee, Catering Contract Committee and meeting with a range of local and national organisations.

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 receive other qualifications and to meet other people in these roles at a variety of national events.

Here is a quick summary of what you will do in the role of VP Welfare and Community:

i. Lead and develop policy and strategy for welfare of its members and community engagement.

ii. Be responsible to the Executive Committee for the maintenance and promotion of appropriate advice and welfare support for CUSU members.

iii. Be the lead CUSU representative on the University’s Equality and Diversity Committee and other committees as determined by Executive Committee.

iv. Be responsible to Executive Committee for the maintenance and development of representation of members within the University’s support services, halls of residence and accommodation in the wider community.

v. Be responsible to Executive Committee for the strategic lead on appropriate welfare campaigns and events which shall be reported to the membership on a regular basis.

vi. Be responsible to CUSU with specific officers of Student Council to support and develop the representation of underrepresented and vulnerable groups of members.

vii. Be responsible to Executive Committee and to others for the maintenance and development of good relations with the local community, residents’ organisations and to ensure that members are supported to be representatives in the local community.

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VP Internationalisation and Culture

A new role for the 18-19 academic year! More to follow.

A full-time, paid role.

  1. Lead and develop policy and strategy to embed internationalisation into CUSU

 

  1. Be responsible to the Executive Committee for the maintenance and promotion of appropriate support for international CUSU members.

 

  1. Be the lead CUSU representative for creating links with the University’s international collaborators to develop an understanding of the values and membership of CUSU

 

  1. Be responsible to Executive Committee for the reporting on demographic participation levels of different cultures and nationalities with CUSU along with developing strategies to encourage participation

 

  1. Be responsible to Executive Committee for monitoring the University’s work in globalising the curriculum and providing international opportunities for students.
     
  2. To support students in experiencing a range of cultural activities working with student and community groups

 

  1. Supports the events of CUSU cultural and international societies

 

  1. To work with appropriate University departments on international trips and experiences, global leadership programmes and language provision.

 

  1. Be responsible to Executive Committee and to others for the development of cultural activities including One World Week

 

  1. Work with appropriate local bodies in ensuring the contribution of CUSU to regional cultural activities

 

  1. support interfaith understanding and its role in maintaining good campus relations in liaison with the Spirituality Centre
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Postgraduate Research Officer

This is a part time, paid position. £1,800 stipend available (pro rata). Do you want to help be the lead in reaching out to all Postgraduate Research students (PhDs students) on campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education and experience of postgraduates at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to postgraduates’ research students.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help be the lead in reaching out to all Postgraduate Research students (PhDs students) on campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education and experience of postgraduates at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to postgraduates’ research students.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent speaking to students to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with members.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Postgraduate, representing the student voice on Students Council and meeting with the Dean, Postgraduate School.

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.

Here is what you’ll doing in this role:

I. Network with research students and encourage participation within the Postgraduates’ Guild

II. Raise awareness within the community of research students of postgraduate events and facilities across campus and hosted by the Postgraduate Guild

III. Knowledge of non-academic issues affecting research students at Coventry

IV. Assist in planning and running social events for PGRs along with VP Postgraduate

V. Liaise with societies and student groups that represent Postgraduate students

VI. Work collaboratively with the faculty reps, VP Education, VP Postgraduate and PGT Officer

VII. Liaise with societies and student groups that represent Postgraduate students

VIII. Attend regular meetings with PGRSU and other relevant staff at Coventry University

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Postgraduate Taught Officer

This is a part time, paid position Do you want to help be the lead in reaching out to all Postgraduate Taught students (Masters students) on campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education and experience of postgraduates at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to postgraduates taught students.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help be the lead in reaching out to all Postgraduate Taught students (Masters students) on campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education and experience of postgraduates at this University? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to postgraduates taught students.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent speaking to students to collect their views about issues that come up throughout the academic year, taking their thoughts on board and working together with members.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Postgraduate, representing the student voice on Students Council and meeting with the Dean and Postgraduate School.

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.

Here's what you’ll be doing:

I. Network with PGT students and encourage participation within the Postgraduates’ Guild

II. Raise awareness within the community of PGT students of postgraduate events and facilities across campus and hosted by the Postgraduate Guild.

III. Knowledge of non-academic issues affecting PGT students at Coventry

IV. Assist in planning and running social events for PGTs along with VP Postgraduate

V. Liaise with societies and student groups that represent PGT students

VI. Work collaboratively with the faculty reps, VP Education, VP Postgraduate and PGR Officer

VII. Attend regular meetings with senior university staff dealing with PGT students

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CU Coventry Campus Officer

This is a part time, paid position. £1,800 stipend available (pro rata). Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your Campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your Campus? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Campus level.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your Campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your Campus? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Campus level.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent 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.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Education, representing the student voice on Students Council, the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee (QUILT), and meeting with your Dean/Associate Deans in your faculty/college.

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.

Here is a brief overview of what you will be doing as a Campus Rep:

i. Represent the students of the relevant Campus, on all matters receive feedback and comments and report any matters to Academic Committee or Executive where relevant.

ii. Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation on academic issues of members within their Campus is maintained, supported and developed.

iii. Ensure appropriate liaison with the Vice President, Education for the representation of members’ teaching, learning and quality issues within the Campus.

iv. Take lead responsibility for all matters of teaching, learning, quality assurance, NSS and student satisfaction within the Campus, in accordance with Union policy.

v. Take lead responsibility for all academic issues and representation within their campus and promote amongst the Campus elections for the posts of appropriate Campus Representatives.

vi. Carry out all duties deemed appropriate by the Executive and Student Council.

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Coventry University London Campus Officer

This is a part time, paid position. £1,800 stipend available (pro rata). Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your Campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your Campus? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Campus level.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your Campus? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your Campus? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Campus level.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent 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.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Education, representing the student voice on Students Council, the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee (QUILT), and meeting with your Dean/Associate Deans in your Campus.

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.

Here is a brief overview of what you will be doing as a Campus Rep:

i. Represent the students of the relevant Campus, on all matters receive feedback and comments and report any matters to Academic Committee or Executive where relevant.

ii. Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation on academic issues of members within their Campus is maintained, supported and developed.

iii. Ensure appropriate liaison with the Vice President, Education for the representation of members’ teaching, learning and quality issues within the Campus.

iv. Take lead responsibility for all matters of teaching, learning, quality assurance, NSS and student satisfaction within the Campus, in accordance with Union policy.

v. Take lead responsibility for all academic issues and representation within their Campus and promote amongst the Campus elections for the posts of appropriate Campus Representatives.

vi. Carry out all duties deemed appropriate by the Executive and Student Council.

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EEC Faculty Rep

This is a part time, paid position. £1,800 stipend available (pro rata). Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent 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.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Education, representing the student voice on Students Council, the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee (QUILT), and meeting with your Dean/Associate Deans in your faculty.

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.

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

i. Represent the students of the relevant Faculty, on all matters receive feedback and comments and report any matters to Academic Committee or Executive where relevant.

ii. Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation on academic issues of members within their Faculty is maintained, supported and developed.

iii. Ensure appropriate liaison with the Vice President, Education for the representation of members’ teaching, learning and quality issues within the Faculty.

iv. Take lead responsibility for all matters of teaching, learning, quality assurance, NSS and student satisfaction within the Faculty, in accordance with Union policy.

v. Take lead responsibility for all academic issues and representation within their faculty/college and promote amongst the Faculty elections for the posts of appropriate Faculty Representatives.

vi. Carry out all duties deemed appropriate by the Executive and Student Council.

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FAH Faculty Rep

This is a part time, paid position. £1,800 stipend available (pro rata). Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent 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.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Education, representing the student voice on Students Council, the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee (QUILT), and meeting with your Dean/Associate Deans in your faculty.

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.

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

i. Represent the students of the relevant Faculty, on all matters receive feedback and comments and report any matters to Academic Committee or Executive where relevant.

ii. Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation on academic issues of members within their Faculty is maintained, supported and developed.

iii. Ensure appropriate liaison with the Vice President, Education for the representation of members’ teaching, learning and quality issues within the Faculty.

iv. Take lead responsibility for all matters of teaching, learning, quality assurance, NSS and student satisfaction within the Faculty, in accordance with Union policy.

v. Take lead responsibility for all academic issues and representation within their faculty/college and promote amongst the Faculty elections for the posts of appropriate Faculty Representatives.

vi. Carry out all duties deemed appropriate by the Executive and Student Council.

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FBL Faculty Rep

This is a part time, paid position. £1,800 stipend available (pro rata). Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent 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.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Education, representing the student voice on Students Council, the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee (QUILT), and meeting with your Dean/Associate Deans in your faculty.

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.

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

i. Represent the students of the relevant Faculty, on all matters receive feedback and comments and report any matters to Academic Committee or Executive where relevant.

ii. Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation on academic issues of members within their Faculty is maintained, supported and developed.

iii. Ensure appropriate liaison with the Vice President, Education for the representation of members’ teaching, learning and quality issues within the Faculty.

iv. Take lead responsibility for all matters of teaching, learning, quality assurance, NSS and student satisfaction within the Faculty, in accordance with Union policy.

v. Take lead responsibility for all academic issues and representation within their faculty/college and promote amongst the Faculty elections for the posts of appropriate Faculty Representatives.

vi. Carry out all duties deemed appropriate by the Executive and Student Council.

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HLS Faculty Rep

This is a part time, paid position. £1,800 stipend available (pro rata). Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

This is a part time, paid position

Do you want to help lead the course representatives within your faculty? Is there something that you want to do to improve the education at this University and the experience of students in your faculty? We're looking for someone to lead our approach to education at the Faculty levels.

You’ll spend around 50% of your time will be spent 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.

The other 50% of your time working on achieving the aims that you put in the manifesto and attending meetings making sure the student voice is heard. These will include attending the Students' Union Executive Committee, meeting regularly with the VP Education, representing the student voice on Students Council, the Quality in Learning and Teaching Committee (QUILT), and meeting with your Dean/Associate Deans in your faculty.

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.

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

i. Represent the students of the relevant Faculty, on all matters receive feedback and comments and report any matters to Academic Committee or Executive where relevant.

ii. Take lead responsibility for all appropriate representation on academic issues of members within their Faculty is maintained, supported and developed.

iii. Ensure appropriate liaison with the Vice President, Education for the representation of members’ teaching, learning and quality issues within the Faculty.

iv. Take lead responsibility for all matters of teaching, learning, quality assurance, NSS and student satisfaction within the Faculty, in accordance with Union policy.

v. Take lead responsibility for all academic issues and representation within their faculty/college and promote amongst the Faculty elections for the posts of appropriate Faculty Representatives.

vi. Carry out all duties deemed appropriate by the Executive and Student Council.

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