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Spring Elections 2018

Election for 2018/19's Sabbatical Officers, Liberation Officers, Environment and Ethics Officer/s, and Faculty Representatives

The polls open at 09:00 on Wednesday 28 February 2018 (in 3 days and 3 hours)

Only the posts you are eligible to stand or vote for are shown. Show all posts.

Disabled Students' Officer

Ensure that students with disabilities at Warwick are represented in the SU and University Community. Liaise with SU staff to improve access and remove barriers to SU events, venues and outlets as well as organising a Disability Awareness Week. You will be a full voting member of the Liberation and Diversity Exec and Student Council, as well as the Delegate to the respective NUS Campaigns Conference.

Part-Time Officer post. The Disabled Students' Officer acts as a point of contact for students with disabilities, ensuring the SU is addressing the needs of students with disabilities and raising awareness of the issues students with disabilities face amongst the University community.  The Disabled Students' Officer will run disability awareness events as part of a Disability Awareness Week and campaign against ableism in all of its forms. You will also lobby the University to make changes to better support students with disabilities.

You will be liaising with SU staff to improve access and remove barriers to SU events, venues and outlets. The Disabled Student’s Officer is a full voting member of the SU Liberation & Diversity Exec, Student Council and where possible a delegate to the respective NUS Campaigns Conference.

NOTE: In order to stand for, hold or vote for this post you must self-define as a Student with a Disability. If this applies to you, please ensure that your Elections profile on www.warwicksu.com is up-to-date.

 

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Ethnic Minorities Officer

The voice for all ethnic minority students at Warwick, raising awareness and campaigning on the issues of racial equality. You will be responsible for organising Black History Month alongside SU societies. You will be a full voting member of the Liberation and Diversity Exec and Student Council, and will be the Delegate to the respective NUS campaigns conference.

Part-time Officer post. The Ethnic Minorities Officer acts as a point of contact for students from ethnic minorities. The Officer ensures that the SU is addressing the needs of students from ethnic minorities and raises awareness of issues faced by students from ethnic minorities amongst the University Community.

You will campaign against racism in all of its forms and run relevent awareness events, including awareness events as part of Black History Month. The Ethnic Minorities Officer will also lobby the University to make changes to better support students from ethnic minorities and bring relevant issues to the attention of the SU.

The Ethnic Minorities Officer maintains links with the NUS Black Students' Campaign and where possible acts as a delegate to the NUS Black Students' Conference. You will be a full voting member of the SU Liberation and Diversity Exec and Student Council.

NOTE: In order to stand for, hold or vote for this post you must self-define as a student from an ethnic minority. If this applies to you, please ensure that your Elections profile on www.warwicksu.com is up-to-date.

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Trans Students’ Officer

Ensure that Trans Students are effectively represented in the Warwick community, ensuring equal treatment of Trans Students and running campaigns highlighting the issues affecting Trans students. You will be a full voting member of the Liberation and Diversity Exec and Student Council, as well as a Delegate to the respective NUS Campaigns conference.

Part-time Officer post. The Trans Students' Officer acts as a point of contact for all Trans students and ensures that the SU is addressing the needs of Trans students. You will raise awareness of Trans issues amongst the University community, run relevant awareness events, and run and facilitate campaigns.

The Trans Students' Officer will lobby the University to make changes to better support Trans students. You will also be a full voting member of the Liberation & Diversity Exec and Student Council, and where possible a delegate for the NUS Trans Students Conference. 

NOTE: In order to stand for, hold or vote for this post you must self-define as a Trans student. If this applies to you, please ensure that your Elections profile on www.warwicksu.com is up-to-date.

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Postgraduate Officer

Postgraduates make up 40% of the student body. Make sure the Postgraduate voice is heard and ensure Postgraduate students have the best possible education experience.

Full-time Officer post. The Postgraduate Officer is the main point of contact and representation for all Warwick Postgraduate Students. As such you’ll regularly liaise with Postgraduate Course Reps and Faculty Reps. The Postgraduate Officer is responsible for gathering feedback and data on Union and University service provision for Postgraduates and Lifelong Learning students, ensuring the SU service provision is adequate and considering all commercial and membership activities. The role includes campaigning for Postgraduate student issues and leading on relevant Postgraduate Surveys.

The Postgraduate Officer will work closely with the Education Officer on Postgraduate academic issues and on widening access and participation for all students.

The Postgraduate Officer is a full Trustee of the SU and an integral member of the SU Postgraduate Exec and Student Council, whilst also sitting on the University’s Board of Graduate Studies, Academic Quality and Standards Committee, and Senate.

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Societies Officer

Support and guide 250+ societies and their society Executive members. You will help promote society events and contribute to their long-term strategies and policy decisions and ensure societies are running as effectively as possible.

Full-time Officer post. The Societies Officer is the main point of contact and support for all society executive members, and provides advice and guidance to societies. You will be responsible for promoting and supporting society activities, and society related decision making, contributing to long-term strategy concerning societies and student development. 

For societies large and small, you assign society budgets, help set up new societies, advise on best practice, organise Societies Fair, help coordinate training for society executive members, support all large student-ran events, work with and support the Societies Committee, are responsible for the Higher Education Achievement Record, keep the society webpages up to date, and help coordinate the Society Awards.

You are jointly responsible with the Sports Officer for making political decisions and long-term strategy concerning student development and promoting opportunities for student development and student activities.

The Societies Officer is a full Trustee of the SU, an integral member of the SU Societies Exec and Student Council, and sits on the University’s Lord Rootes Memorial Fund Committee.

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Democracy and Development Officer

Often referred to as the DDO, you will be responsible for upholding the Students' Union's Democratic processes, running the Autumn and Spring elections and All Student Meetings.

Full-time Officer post. As Democracy and Development Officer (or DDO), you’ll be the person responsible for initiating, supporting and ensuring compliance with democratic processes including Student Council, All Student Meetings/ Referenda, and elections. The DDO ensures policy decisions relating to SU services are implemented and that proposed policies are properly assessed for feasability before reaching decision making bodies. You’ll be an integral part of the SU Democracy Exec & the SU Development Exec, and Student Council. The DDO is responsible for coordinating the Union's Disciplinary process also.

You’ll also oversee the SU’s venues, outlets, commercial operations, and finances. It’s your job to feedback students' issues and ideas as well as act on Policy to improve the SU’s provision and pull together the Termly Wall-Planners.

You’ll be representing students in the University’s Council: the main decision making body of the University. The DDO is also a full member of the University’s Finance & General Purposes Committee & Estates Committee and a full Trustee of the SU.  

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Environment and Ethics Officer

Create greater awareness among students about relevant environmental and ethical issues, advising on these issues and campaigning to highlight them. You will be responsible for helping to organise environment and ethics events and campaigns with relevant societies and officers. You will be a full voting member of the Development Exec.

Part-time Officer post. The Environment & Ethics Officer advises the SU and students on environmental and ethical issues, bringing relevant environmental and ethical concerns before Student Council with the support of the Development Exec. The Environment and Ethics Officer creates a greater awareness amongst students about relevant environmental and ethical issues, and lobbies the University to implement more environmentally and ethically sound polciies.

You will assist with an annual review of the Union's environmental targets and progress towards them, assist with the NUS Students' Green Fund project, assist a Go Green Week and assist in Fairtrade Fortnight. The Environment and Ethics Officer raises awareness of the University Environment and Sustainabilty Fund.

Major campaigns have included lobbying the university to provide comprehensive recycling facilities in halls of residences, and making students aware of where they can go to recycle things on campus.

The Environment & Ethics Officer is a full voting member of the SU Development Exec.
 

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Welfare and Campaigns Officer

Lead policy and campaigns that improve student welfare,raising awareness of and improving health & welfare services in areas such as mental health, sexual health & accommodation .

Full-time Officer post. As the Welfare & Campaigns Officer you’ll be raising awareness of and improving health & welfare services for students in areas including mental health, sexual health & accommodation. This will involve working closely with the Student Advice Centre and liaising with Nightline, the Senior Tutor’s Office, the Health Services, the Chaplaincy, Campus Security, the NHS, and the local community.

You’ll also be the primary contact for equal opportunity enquiries, improving access and removing discrimination in the SU, and delvering Equal Opportunities Training. You will conduct casework and enquiries, and impact assessments of campaigns.

The Welfare & Campaigns Officer will work with the Women's Officer to run an annual campaign on the issue of sexual harrassment, will arrange regular GUM clinics and will invite the National Blood Service to Campus. As well as running your own welfare campaigns, you’ll help facilitate and advise students' campaigns. The Welfare & Campaigns Officer will also support campaigns ran by the SU’s Part-Time and Liberation Officers.

The Welfare & Campaigns Officer will deal with accommodation issues both on and off campus, working with Warwick Accommodation and the SU Advice Centre, dealing with complaints and giving guidance on housing issues, as well as helping to run the annual Housing Day and reviewing the living off-campus guide. 

You will be an integral member of the SU Welfare Exec and Student Council. The Welfare & Campaigns Officer is a member of the University’s Equality & Diversity Network, Rents Working Group, and Chaplaincy Advisory Group. You will be a full Student Union Trustee.

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Sports Officer

Ensure that sport inspires students and staff, promoting healthy activity and the benefits sport has for physical and mental well-being. You will engage with all sports clubs on campus and ensure they are running as effectively as possible.

Full-time Officer post. The Sports Officer is the public face of student sport on campus and in this role actively engages with all student clubs and the student community in the overall promotion of sport and healthy activity.

The Sports Officer strategically develops Warwick Sport, working with the WS Management Group and the Warwick Sports Board, and with the Deputy Director of Physical Education & Sport and Warwick Sport staff regarding the day-to-day operation of Warwick Sport. The Sports Officer also works with Warwick Sport to ensure opportunities for all Warwick Sport members.

You will be responsible for the organisation and promotion of Sports Council, Festival of Sports, Sports Fair, Varsity, Sports Ball, Refreshers Fair, Intramural Leagues and sports and healthy living campaigns.

The Sports Officer is jointly responsible with the Societies Officer for making political decisions and long-term strategy concerning student development and promoting opportunities for student development and student activities. You will sit on the SU Sports Exec and Student Council.

The Sports Officer is a full Trustee of the SU and Representative of Warwick at BUCS General Council and Regional meetings.

 

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Education Officer

Give students the best possible education experience and represent all students' academic interests, including those who are under represented such as Postgraduate students, Lifelong Learning students, Medical Students, Institute of Education students and students on a non-campus based site.

Full-time Officer post. The Education Officer is the main point of contact within the SU for all students on academic-related matters and concerns. As Education Officer you would also be a Trustee of the SU. The Education officer provides academic support and represents students across Campus and the student population, including; Postgraduates, Lifelong Learning (e.g. part-time and 2+2 degree) students, Medical Students, Institute of Education students and students on non-main campus sites (e.g. Warwick HRI). You will be the primary representative on all academic issues to the University with membership of University Senate, Board of Graduate Studies & Academic Quality and Standards Committee.

The Education Officer will be a Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) Coordinator and assist in the training process of course reps and faculty reps, will update the Union's Education Strategy annually, and will work on development and widening E-learning within the curriculum at the University. The role will include guiding students through University complaints and appeals procedures alongside the SU Advice Centre, widening access and participation for all students, and being the main point of contact for the University in annual surveys. The Education Officer will also be the main point of contact between the SU and the Library, IT Services, Careers Service, Alab and the Learning Grid, working to develop these services for students.

The role will require keeping informed on national Higher Education issues and taking the lead in supporting national Higher Education campaigns, as well as being the main point of contact for the Students' Union to external education academies. You will sit on the SU Education Exec and Student Council.

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President

The outward face of the Students' Union, representing more than 24000 students and making sure the University acts on students' interests.

Full-time Officer post. The President is the outward face of the SU and the primary representative of student views to the University and local, regional and national bodies. The President is a Trustee of the SU and ensures all Union services and functions are relevant and have a positive impact on students. As President, you will sit on the most influential University committees including University Council, Senate, and the weekly Steering Committee. The President maintains the SU policy file and has final interpretation of the Memorandum and Articles of Association, By-Laws, Regulations and Policies, and Chairs the Board of Trustees.

The President will talk to all demographic groups of students and know the issues they are facing, providing feedback about outcomes and impact of representation activity. You will ensure communication between the Sabbatical team and students, and work to embed community integration across the University. The President sits on the Liberation & Diversity Exec and is a full voting member of Student Council.

In addition the President will carry out manifesto promises and assist the Sabbatical Officer team and Part-Time Officers with their mandates. You will campaign on behalf of and with students, and will be the point of contact for the media and external bodies, speaking on behalf of Warwick SU.  The President is responsible for initiating procedures to determine priority campaigns relevant to the whole student body and responsible for leading these campaigns as well as conducting impact assessment of these campaigns. You will also propose and initiate research to fulfil student needs and respond informatively to University consultations.

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LGBTUA+ Officer

Represent a diverse Warwick community and run campaigns highlighting the issues affecting LBGTUA+ students. You will liaise with relevant societies to organise Warwick Pride Week and work with the SU to deliver LGBTUA+ Nights in the SU. You will be a full voting member of the Liberation and Diversity Exec and Student Council, as well as the Delegate to the respective NUS Campaigns Conference.

Part-time Oficer post. The LGBTUA+ Officer acts as a point of contact for all LGBTUA+ students and ensures that the SU is addressing the needs of LGBTUA+ students. You will raise awareness of LGBTUA+ issues amongst the University community, run relevant awareness events, including events as part of Pride Week, and campaign against oppression of LGBTUA+ students in all its forms. 

The LGBTUA+ Officer will lobby the University to make changes to better support LGBTUA+ students, maintain links with the NUS LGBT+ Campaign and where possible act as the delegate to the NUS LGBT+ conference. You will also be a full voting member of the Liberation & Diversity Exec and Student Council. 

NOTE: In order to stand for, hold or vote for this post you must self-define as LGBTUA+. If this applies to you, please ensure that your Elections profile on www.warwicksu.com is up-to-date.

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Women's Officer

Represent over half of the Warwick University student population, raising awareness and organising large scale campaigns against sexism and for gender equality. Work closely with other officers to organise campaigns on zero tolerance to sexual harassment and violence. You will be a full voting member of the Liberation and Diversity Exec and Student Council, as well as the Delegate to the respective NUS Campaigns conference.

Part-time Officer post. The Women's Officer acts as a point of contact for all self-defining women students, ensuring that the SU is addressing the needs of women students and raising awareness of issues afecting women amongst the University community.

You will run relevant awareness events, including events as part of International Women's Week, and will campaign against sexism in all its forms.

The Women's Officer will maintain links with the NUS Women's Campaign and where possible act as the delegate to the NUS Women's conference. You will be a full voting member of the Liberation & Diversity Exec and Student Council. 


NOTE: In order to stand for, hold or vote for this post you must self-define as a woman. If this applies to you, please ensure that your Elections profile on www.warwicksu.com is up-to-date.

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Postgraduate Research Arts Faculty Representative

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Postgraduate Exec and other relevant committees such as the Board of Graduate Studies.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Postgraduate Officer and Education Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Postgraduate Research Arts Faculty Rep sits on the Postgraduate Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, the University Board of Graduate Studies and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, Classics & Ancient History, English & Comparative Studies, Film & Television Studies, History, History of Art, School of Modern Languages & Cultures, Theatre & Performance Studies and Cultural & Media Policy Studies.

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Postgraduate Research Medical Faculty Representative

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Postgraduate Exec and other relevant committees such as the Board of Graduate Studies.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Postgraduate Officer and Education Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Postgraduate Research Medical Faculty Rep sits on the Postgraduate Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, the University Board of Graduate Studies and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Warwick Medical School

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Postgraduate Research Science Faculty Representative

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Postgraduate Exec and other relevant committees such as the Board of Graduate Studies.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Postgraduate Officer and Education Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Postgraduate Research Science Faculty Rep sits on the Postgraduate Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, the University Board of Graduate Studies and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Statistics, Warwick Manufacturing Group

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Postgraduate Research Social Science Faculty Representative

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Postgraduate Exec and other relevant committees such as the Board of Graduate Studies.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Postgraduate Officer and Education Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Postgraduate Research Social Science Faculty Rep sits on the Postgraduate Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, the University Board of Graduate Studies and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Centre for Applied Linguistics, Centre for Education Studies, Centre for Educational, Development, Appraisal & Research, Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, Centre for Lifelong Learning, Economics, Institute for Employment Research, Law, Philosophy, Politics & International Studies, Sociology, Warwick Business School.

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Undergraduate Arts Faculty Representative

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Education Exec and other relevant committees within the SU and University.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Education Officer and Postgraduate Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Undergraduate Arts Faculty Rep sits on the Education Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Classics & Ancient History, Comparative American Studies, English & Comparative Literary Studies, Film & Television Studies, History, History of Art, School for Cross-Faculty Studies, School of Modern Languages & Cultures, Theatre & Performance Studies and Cultural & Media Policy Studies

 

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Undergraduate Engineering and Experimental Sciences Representative

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Education Exec and other relevant committees within the SU and University.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Education Officer and Postgraduate Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Undergraduate Engineering and Experimental Science Faculty Rep sits on the Education Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Chemistry, Engineering, Life Sciences, Psychology, Warwick Manufacturing Group.

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Undergraduate Physics and Formal Sciences Faculty Representative

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Education Exec and other relevant committees within the SU and University.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Education Officer and Postgraduate Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Undergraduate Physics and Formal Science Faculty Rep sits on the Education Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics

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Undergraduate Social Science Faculty Representative (reserved for WBS student)

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Education Exec and other relevant committees within the SU and University.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Education Officer and Postgraduate Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Undergraduate Social Sciences Faculty Rep (WBS) sits on the Education Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Warwick Business School

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Undergraduate Social Sciences Faculty Representative (reserved for non-WBS student)

Run to be your Faculty Representative and take the lead on academic issues, representing students’ interests on SSLCs (Student-Staff Liaison Committees), the Education Exec and other relevant committees within the SU and University.

Part-time Officer post. As Faculty Rep, you will maintain ongoing communication with all students in your faculty and report back to students the outcomes of faculty meetings/ committees. The Faculty Rep will attend SSLCs where relevant and possible, and will support the course reps within their faculty, ensuring that issues affecting students are addressed and that students are effectively represented. The Faculty Rep will also keep abreast of changes within their faculty.

As a Faculty Rep you will also support SU priority campaigns, keep in regular contact with the Education Officer and Postgraduate Officer, informing and consulting the SU on faculty issues, and should be familiar with relevant eduction-related procedures and knowledge.

The Undergraduate Social Sciences Faculty Rep (non-WBS) sits on the Education Exec, the SU Faculty Representative Committee, and the Faculty Education Committee. You may also be invited to other meetings and committees where relevant.

Assigned departments: Centre for Applied Linguistics, Centre for Education Studies, Centre for Lifelong Learning, Economics, Law, Philosophy, Politics & International Studies, Sociology.

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