At Warwick SU, we seek to give you the opportunity to represent your peers and offer you a platform to bring about change. Student Voice roles can potentially open doors and aid transition into a variety of careers.
There are a range of Student Voice opportunities which you can nominate yourself for. To give you an indication of which one may be the one for you, browse through the job summaries found below.
Make A Change: Student Voice Role Summaries
Each year, the student body elects 7 Student Officers, all of whom take a year out from their studies to preside over the Union as your representatives. These Student Officers work alongside our dedicated staff team to deliver a wealth of services for you.
Part-time Officers seek to provide a voice to underrepresented students on campus, the roles on offer are as follows:
Training is provided throughout the year to support Student Officers, Course Reps and Trustees in their roles. Courses include:
- Disclosure Referral Training
- Your Manifestos & Goal Setting
- Course Reps & Academic Representation
- Funding Opportunities
- Student trends through the Advice Centre Lens
- Strategic Plan & Officer Accountability
- How to Access the Innovation Fund
- How to Have an Inclusive Membership Organisation
- Member Research: Comms & Engagement
- Marketing & Social Media
- Effective campaigning
- SU Strategic Engagement
- Officer Career Management
- How to be a Trustee
- Political Leadership
- Mapping the University
- Managing the Press
- Intercultural Awareness Training
Information on all courses will be provided when you start your role.
Are You Interested? Nominate Yourself
You cannot apply to Student Voice roles as they are elected positions that require you to nominate yourself for a position.
Nominations open in Autumn. If you’re interested, you can nominate yourself by heading over to elections and following the online instructions.