2019 FXU Leadership Team Election

This is the election for positions on the FXU Leadership Team. For a full list of positions please see information below.

Nominations open at 12:00 on Friday 1 March 2019 (in 9 days)

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

Elections - Academic Officer (Falmouth Flexible)

You will be working with FXU Presidents, FXU staff, and the Falmouth student rep system, to make improvements to the experience of all Falmouth Flexible students off campus.

 

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all off-campus students of Falmouth University

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term),

FXU Annual & Union General Meetings (once a term),

1:1 with FXU President Falmouth (twice termly)

Regular Updates with FXU Student Voice staff

Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours:  As the role requires.

Remuneration:  This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on Flexible Learning Student issues within Falmouth University;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Falmouth, FXU academic officers, the student rep system, and the FXU Student Voice Team, to strengthen off-campus academic representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

1. To attend all meetings as listed above;

2. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;

3. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding off-campus Falmouth Students;

 

General Duties:

  1. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  2. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.
  3. To make yourself known to the students you represent;
  4. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  5. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  6. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  7. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  8. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  9. To deliver a handover for your successor;

 

Additional Responsibilities

We may require additional support in disseminating key information through your elected channels of communication to the students you represent, including promotion of:

  • FXU Course Rep Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Leadership Team Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU President Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Awards (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Postgraduate Society events
  • Falmouth University Staff Excellence Awards: ‘Most Inspirational Member of Staff Award’ (nominations)
  • Falmouth University Graduation registration (final year students)

 

Key Contacts

  • FXU President Falmouth (Mentor)
  • FXU Academic Officers
  • FXU Representatation & Democracy Manager
  • FXU Student Voice Team
  • FXU Postgraduate Society
  • Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)

 

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Elections - Academic Officer (PGR Falmouth)

You are the most senior student academic representative for campus based postgraduate research study at Falmouth University. The FXU Academic Officers play a vital role in working with FXU to actively maintain and enhance the academic experience of all campus based research students through support and representation of FXU’s (Postgraduate) Department Representatives, alongside being an active member of FXU’s Leadership Team. Please note: To be eligible you must due to enrol on a Research base

Status:                                    Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:                                  By secret ballot of all postgraduate students of Falmouth University students.

Accountable to:                     The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of / Attends:            FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), 

FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term)

(Chair) FXU (PG) Department Rep Working Group (termly)

FXU Academic Rep Committee (termly)

1:1 with FXU President Falmouth (twice termly)

Regular Updates with FXU Student Voice staff

Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours:                                    As the role requires

Remuneration:                      This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the postgraduate research (PhD) experience within Falmouth University
  • To work closely with the FXU President Falmouth, FXU academic officers, the student rep system, and the FXU Student Voice Team, to strengthen postgraduate representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings listed above;
  2. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;
  3. To find out the academic opinions of the postgraduate research students across the Falmouth University represented on a regular basis, including any examples of excellent academic practice;
  4. To represent these opinions at all meetings as noted above;
  5. To feed back the outcomes of any meetings to the represented students;
  6. Enhance the academic representation of Postgraduate research (PhD) students in collaboration with the FXU Student Voice team.
  7. Build a PhD social infrastructure in collaboration with the Post-Graduate society and the FXU Student Voice team
  8. Utilise FXU’s media channels to raise visibility of the PhD community at Falmouth.
  9. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Falmouth and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external organisations where appropriate;
  10. To liaise with postgraduate students across Falmouth University;
  11. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding education and academic representation;
  12. To consult with postgraduate students on academic issues such as teaching quality, feedback, teaching and learning developments, timetabling, placements;
  13. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;

General Duties:

  1. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  2. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.
  3. To make yourself known to the students you represent;
  4. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  5. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  6. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  7. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  8. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  9. To deliver a handover for your successor;

Additional Responsibilities

We may require additional support in disseminating key information through your elected channels of communication to the students you represent, including promotion of:

  • FXU Course Rep Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Leadership Team Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU President Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Awards (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Postgraduate Society events
  • Falmouth University Staff Excellence Awards: ‘Most Inspirational Member of Staff Award’ (nominations)
  • Falmouth University Graduation registration (final year students)

 

Key Contacts

  • FXU President Falmouth (Mentor)
  • FXU (Postgraduate) Department Reps
  • FXU Academic Officers
  • FXU Representative Coordinator
  • FXU Student Voice Team
  • FXU Postgraduate Society
  • Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)

 

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Elections - Academic Officer (PGT Falmouth at Falmouth campus)

You are the most senior student academic representative for Falmouth campus based postgraduate taught study at Falmouth University. The FXU Academic Officers play a vital role in working with FXU to actively maintain and enhance the academic experience of all campus based masters students through support and representation of FXU’s (Postgraduate) Department Representatives, alongside being an active member of FXU’s Leadership Team.

Status: Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected: By secret ballot of all students of Falmouth University

Accountable to: The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of /Attends:  FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with the FXU President Falmouth (twice a term), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours: As the role requires

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the postgraduate experience within Falmouth University
  • To work closely with the FXU President Falmouth, FXU Undergraduate Education Officer (Falmouth), FXU Postgraduate Research Officer (Falmouth) the Student Voice Team and other executive officers to strengthen postgraduate representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. Enhance the academic representation of Postgraduate students in collaboration with the FXU Student Voice team.
  3. Build an MA social infrastructure in collaboration with the Post-Graduate society and the FXU Student Voice team
  4. Utilise FXU’s media channels to raise visibility of the Masters community at Falmouth.
  5. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Falmouth and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external organisations where appropriate;
  6. To liaise with postgraduate students across Falmouth University;
  7. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding education and academic representation;
  8. To consult with postgraduate students on academic issues such as teaching quality, feedback, teaching and learning developments, timetabling, placements;
  9. To campaign and involve students in improving the postgraduate student experience;
  10. To raise awareness of postgraduate academic representation and promote the academic rep elections;
  11. To promote and take part in the FXU Awards;
  12. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with  detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  13. To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  14. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;
  15. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement  in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevant to students where appropriate;
  16. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Freshers’ programme, particularly regarding postgraduate activities and issues;

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Falmouth (mentor)

FXU Academic Officers

Student Voice Team

FXU Leadership Team

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Elections - Academic Officer (PGT Falmouth at Penryn campus)

You are the most senior student academic representative for Penryn campus based postgraduate taught study at Falmouth University. The FXU Academic Officers play a vital role in working with FXU to actively maintain and enhance the academic experience of all campus based masters students through support and representation of FXU’s (Postgraduate) Department Representatives, alongside being an active member of FXU’s Leadership Team.

Status:                                     Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:                                   By secret ballot of all students of Falmouth University

Term of Office:                       14 Months (approx.) from election(If Officer leaves university before term of office has completed, the Officer will simply stand down from post. This would apply to students due to graduate in Summer 2018

Accountable to:                       The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends:

FXU Leadership Team (twice a term)

FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term)

(Chair) FXU (PG) Department Rep Working Group (termly)

FXU Academic Rep Committee (termly)

1:1 with FXU President Falmouth (twice termly)

Regular Updates with FXU Student Voice staff

Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours:                                      As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration:                        This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the postgraduate student learning experience on Penryncampus within Falmouth University;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Falmouth, FXU academic officers, the student rep system, and the FXU Student Voice Team, to strengthen postgraduate academic representation within FXU.

 

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings listed above;
  2. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;
  3. Chair termly FXU (Postgraduate) Department Rep Working Group, ensuring balanced representation for all academic departments at Falmouth University.
  4. Represent the postgraduate taught academic experience within FXU’s Leadership Team through informed discussion at Department Rep Working Group and feedback to the group following Leadership Team meetings.
  5. Ensure any issues / ideas are properly researched, evidenced and communicated in a professional and proactive manner.
  6. Raise common academic issues/ideas in the first place with FXU President Falmouth and seek to resolve/ implement these quickly and informally wherever possible.
  7. Collaborate with fellow FXU Academic Officers to identify key trends for escalation to Academic Board.
  8. Monitor progress of issues/ideas raised through regular communication with FXU President Falmouth.
  9. Keep FXU (Postgraduate) Department Reps updated on the progress of their feedback for dissemination to FXU Course Reps and the wider student community.
  10. To campaign and involve students in improving the student learning experience;
  11. Aid in the delivery of FXU Priorities relating to academic and postgraduate experience in partnership with FXU President Falmouth and the FXU Student Voice Team.
  12. Establish and develop positive and effective communication channels with key contacts, as listed below.
  13. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;

General Duties:

  1. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  2. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.
  3. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  4. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  5. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  6. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  7. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  8. To deliver a handover for your successor;

Additional Responsibilities

We may require additional support in disseminating key information through your elected channels of communication to the students you represent, including promotion of:

  • FXU Course Rep Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Leadership Team Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU President Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Awards (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Postgraduate Society events
  • Falmouth University Staff Excellence Awards: ‘Most Inspirational Member of Staff Award’ (nominations)
  • Falmouth University Graduation registration (final year students)

 

Key Contacts

  • FXU President Falmouth (Mentor)
  • FXU (Postgraduate) Department Reps
  • FXU Academic Officers
  • FXU Representative Coordinator
  • FXU Student Voice Team
  • FXU Postgraduate Society
  • Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)
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Elections - Academic Officer (UG Falmouth at Falmouth campus)

You are the most senior student academic representative for Falmouth campus based undergraduate study at Falmouth University. The FXU Academic Officers play a vital role in working with FXU to actively maintain and enhance the academic experience of all campus based undergraduate students through support and representation of FXU’s (Undergraduate) Department Representatives alongside being an active member of FXU’s Leadership Team.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Falmouth students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends: 

  • FXU Leadership Team (twice a term),

  • FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term)
  • (chair) Department Rep Working Group (once a month)
  • Academic Rep Committee (termly)
  • Student Staff Liaison Groups (where appropriate)
  • 1:1 with FXU President Falmouth (twice termly)
  • Regular Updates with FXU Student Voice staff
  • Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours:  As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration:  This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the student learning experience within Falmouth University;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Falmouth, FXU Education Officer (Exeter), FXU Postgraduate Taught Officer (Falmouth), Postgraduate Research Officer (Falmouth) and the FXU Student Voice Team to strengthen academic representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as listed above;
  2. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;
  3. Chair termly FXU (Undergraduate) Department Rep Working Group, ensuring balanced representation for all academic departments at Falmouth University;
  4. Represent the undergraduate academic experience within FXU’s Leadership Team through informed discussion at Department Rep Working Group and feedback to the group following Leadership Team meetings.
  5. Ensure any issues / ideas are properly researched, evidenced and communicated in a professional and proactive manner.
  6. Raise common academic issues/ideas in the first place with FXU President Falmouth and seek to resolve/ implement these quickly and informally wherever possible.
  7. Collaborate with fellow FXU Academic Officers to identify key trends for escalation to Academic Board.
  8. Monitor progress of issues/ideas raised through regular communication with FXU President Falmouth.
  9. Keep FXU (Undergraduate) Department Reps updated on the progress of their feedback for dissemination to FXU Course Reps and the wider student community.
  10. To campaign and involve students in improving the student learning experience;
  11. Aid in the delivery of FXU Priorities relating to academic experience in partnership with FXU President Falmouth and the FXU Student Voice Team.
  12. Establish and develop positive and effective communication channels with key contacts, as listed below.
  13. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;

 

Additional Responsibilities:

FXU and Falmouth University may require additional support in disseminating key information through your elected channels of communication to the students you represent, including promotion of:

  • FXU Course Rep Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Leadership Team Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU President Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Awards (nomination and voting)
  • Falmouth University Staff Excellence Awards: ‘Most Inspirational Member of Staff Award’ (nominations)
  • Falmouth University Graduation registration (final year students only)

 

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leaderhsip Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  4. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role; 
  5. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

 

Key Links:

FXU President Falmouth (Mentor)

FXU (Undergraduate) Department Reps

FXU Academic Officers

FXU Representative Coordinator

FXU Student Voice Team

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)

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Elections - Academic Officer (UG Falmouth at Penryn campus)

You are the most senior student academic representative for Penryn campus based undergraduate study at Falmouth University. The FXU Academic Officers play a vital role in working with FXU to actively maintain and enhance the academic experience of all campus based undergraduate students through support and representation of FXU’s (Undergraduate) Department Representatives alongside being an active member of FXU’s Leadership Team.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Falmouth students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends: 

  • FXU Leadership Team (twice a term),

  • FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term)
  • (chair) Department Rep Working Group (once a month)
  • Academic Rep Committee (termly)
  • Student Staff Liaison Groups (where appropriate)
  • 1:1 with FXU President Falmouth (twice termly)
  • Regular Updates with FXU Student Voice staff
  • Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours:  As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration:  This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the student learning experience within Falmouth University;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Falmouth, FXU Education Officer (Exeter), FXU Postgraduate Taught Officer (Falmouth), Postgraduate Research Officer (Falmouth) and the FXU Student Voice Team to strengthen academic representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as listed above;
  2. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;
  3. Chair termly FXU (Undergraduate) Department Rep Working Group, ensuring balanced representation for all academic departments at Falmouth University;
  4. Represent the undergraduate academic experience within FXU’s Leadership Team through informed discussion at Department Rep Working Group and feedback to the group following Leadership Team meetings.
  5. Ensure any issues / ideas are properly researched, evidenced and communicated in a professional and proactive manner.
  6. Raise common academic issues/ideas in the first place with FXU President Falmouth and seek to resolve/ implement these quickly and informally wherever possible.
  7. Collaborate with fellow FXU Academic Officers to identify key trends for escalation to Academic Board.
  8. Monitor progress of issues/ideas raised through regular communication with FXU President Falmouth.
  9. Keep FXU (Undergraduate) Department Reps updated on the progress of their feedback for dissemination to FXU Course Reps and the wider student community.
  10. To campaign and involve students in improving the student learning experience;
  11. Aid in the delivery of FXU Priorities relating to academic experience in partnership with FXU President Falmouth and the FXU Student Voice Team.
  12. Establish and develop positive and effective communication channels with key contacts, as listed below.
  13. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;

 

Additional Responsibilities:

FXU and Falmouth University may require additional support in disseminating key information through your elected channels of communication to the students you represent, including promotion of:

  • FXU Course Rep Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Leadership Team Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU President Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Awards (nomination and voting)
  • Falmouth University Staff Excellence Awards: ‘Most Inspirational Member of Staff Award’ (nominations)
  • Falmouth University Graduation registration (final year students only)

 

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leaderhsip Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  4. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role; 
  5. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

 

Key Links:

FXU President Falmouth (Mentor)

FXU (Undergraduate) Department Reps

FXU Academic Officers

FXU Representative Coordinator

FXU Student Voice Team

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)

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Elections - Community Chair

To represent and campaign on students’ interests, with particular regard to students living in the local community. To build links between students and other members of the local community. To work closely with FXU President Community & Welfare.

Status:  Recruited FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends:  FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President, Community & Welfare (twice a term), Community Committee, Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours:  As the role requires.

Remuneration:  This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students' interests with particular regard to students living in the local community;
  • To work closely with FXU President Community & Welfare;
  • To build links between students and other members of the local community;

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required (and noted above);
  2. To represent students in local community meetings, residents groups and on councils, where appropriate;
  3. To tend to the needs of the student community in the local area;
  4. To work with FXU colleagues regarding crime and safety issues concerning students in the local community;
  5. To work towards extending the rights of students in the local and wider community;
  6. To facilitate debate and pro-action on issues affecting students in the local community;
  7. To maintain good links between FXU and students living in private accommodation;
  8. To work towards bringing together students based at different university campuses;
  9. To input into the planning and delivery of the Freshers' programme 2015, particularly regarding students in the local community;
  10. To submit proposals for relevant activities together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU's work;
  11. To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures.

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated bt the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links:

President Community & Welfare (mentor)
President Student Experience
Student Voice Team
Volunteering Officer
RAD President
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Elections - Education Officer (PGR Exeter)

To represent and campaign on the Postgraduate Research experience within the University of Exeter, Cornwall Campuses. To work closely with the FXU President Exeter, FXU Undergraduate Education Officer (Exeter), FXU Postgraduate Research Officer (Exeter), the Student Voice Team and other executive officers to strengthen postgraduate representation within FXU. Please note you must be due to enrol on a Postgraduate research course for the academic year of 2016-17.

Status:                                   Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:                                 By secret ballot of all students from Exeter, Cornwall Campuses

Accountable to:                    The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of / Attends:            FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Post Graduate Forum (once a term), PGR SSLC, Manifesto Update with President, Exeter (twice a term, at least once with FXU Student Voice staff member), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours:                                    As the role requires

Remuneration:                      This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the postgraduate experience within University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Exeter, FXU Undergraduate Education Officer (Exeter), FXU Postgraduate Taught Officer (Exeter), the Student Voice Team and other officers to strengthen postgraduate representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To co-chair the Exeter Post-Graduate Forum
  3. To report news, updates and/or issues from the Exeter Post-Graduate Forum to the FXU Leadership Team and report from the FXU Leadership Team to the Exeter Post-Graduate Forum
  4. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Exeter University and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external organisations where appropriate;
  5. To liaise with postgraduate students across the University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses to find out their issues;
  6. To report to the Subject Chair Working Group with issues that are raised by postgraduate students relating to education, with evidence to report to the meeting. 
  7. To work with FXU colleagues in developing relations with the Students’ Guild and student reps based at other Exeter campuses;
  8. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding postgraduate representation;
  9. To consult with postgraduate students on academic issues such as teaching quality, feedback, teaching and learning developments, timetabling, placements;
  10. To campaign and involve students in improving the postgraduate student experience;
  11. To raise awareness of postgraduate academic representation and promote the academic rep elections for both student reps and subject chairs/college chairs in Cornwall for postgraduate students;
  12. To promote and take part in the FXU Awards as well as the Students’ Guild Teaching Awards;
  13. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  14. To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  15. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;
  16. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS postgraduate student campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevant to postgraduate students where appropriate;
  17. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Fresher’s programme, particularly regarding postgraduate activities and issues;

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. To find out the academic opinions of the postgraduate research students across the University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses represented on a regular basis, including any examples of excellent academic practice;
  3. To represent these opinions at all meetings as noted above;
  4. To feed back the outcomes of any meetings to the represented students;
  5. To make yourself known to the students you represent;
  6. To ensure that your students are informed of any developments that may affect them;
  7. To encourage students to vote and participate in Make A Change tab when there is a relevant educational issue being discussed;
  8.  To encourage the participation of postgraduate research students in the work of the FXU and the life of the University;
  9. To liaise with colleagues at the Doctoral College regarding PGR activities and support.
  10. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  11. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  12. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  13. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  14. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  15. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  16. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Exeter (Mentor)

Undergraduate Education Officer (Exeter)

Postgraduate Taught Officer (Exeter)

Student Voice Team

FXU Leadership Team

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Elections - Education Officer (PGT Exeter)

To represent and campaign on the taught postgraduate (Masters degree) experience within the University of Exeter, Cornwall Campuses. To work closely with the FXU President Exeter, FXU Undergraduate Education Officer (Exeter), FXU Postgraduate Research Officer (Exeter), the Student Voice Team and other executive officers to strengthen postgraduate representation within FXU. Please note you must be enrolled on a Postgraduate course for the 2016-17 academic year.

Status:                                  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:                                By secret ballot of all students from Exeter, Cornwall Campuses

Accountable to:                   The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/ Attends:             FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Post Graduate Forum (once a term),         Manifesto Update with President, Exeter (twice a term, at least once with FXU Student Voice staff member), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours:                                    As the role requires

Remuneration:                     This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the postgraduate experience within University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Exeter, FXU Undergraduate Education Officer (Exeter), FXU Postgraduate Research Officer (Exeter), the Student Voice Team and other executive officers to strengthen postgraduate representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To chair the Exeter Post-Graduate Forum
  3. To report news, updates and/or issues from the Exeter Post-Graduate Forum to the Leadership Team and report from the Leadership Team to the Exeter Post-Graduate Forum
  4. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Exeter University and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external organisations where appropriate;
  5. To liaise with postgraduate students across the University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses to find out their issues;
  6. To report to the Subject Chair Working Group with issues that are raised by postgraduate students relating to education, with evidence to report to the meeting. 
  7. To work with FXU colleagues in developing relations with the Students’ Guild and student reps based at other Exeter campuses;
  8. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding postgraduate representation;
  9. To consult with postgraduate students on academic issues such as teaching quality, feedback, teaching and learning developments, timetabling, placements;
  10. To campaign and involve students in improving the postgraduate student experience;
  11. To raise awareness of postgraduate academic representation and promote the academic rep elections for both student reps and subject chairs/college chairs in Cornwall for postgraduate students;
  12. To promote and take part in the FXU Awards as well as the Students’ Guild Teaching Awards;
  13. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  14. To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  15. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;
  16. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS postgraduate student campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevant to postgraduate students where appropriate;
  17. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Fresher’s programme, particularly regarding postgraduate activities and issues;

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Exeter (Mentor)

Undergraduate Education Officer (Exeter)

Postgraduate Research Officer (Exeter)

Student Voice Team

FXU Leadership Team

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Elections - Education Officer (UG Exeter)

You will be working with FXU Presidents, FXU staff, and the Exeter student rep system, to make improvements to the academic experience of Exeter undergraduates.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all University of Exeter, Cornwall Campuses students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting, Union General Meetings

Member of/attends:  FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General Meetings (once a term), Cornwall Subject Chair Working Group (once a month), Manifesto update with President Exeter (twice a term), Student-Staff-Liaison-Committees (where appropriate), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration:  This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the student learning experience within University of Exeter, Cornwall Campuses;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Exeter, FXU Education Officer (Falmouth), FXU Postgraduate Taught Officer (Exeter), FXU Postgraduate Research Officer (Exeter) and the FXU Student Voice Team to strengthen academic representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To chair the Subject Chair Working Group Meetings
  3. To report news, updates and/or issues from the Subject Chair Working Group to the Leadership Team and report from the Leadership Team to the Subject Chair Working Group
  4. To report to the Subject Chair Working Group with issues that are raised at SSLC meetings, with evidence from students and updates to report to the meeting;
  5. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Exeter University and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external organisations where appropriate;
  6. To liaise with Student Reps and Subject Chairs/College Chairs across the University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses;
  7. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding education and academic representation;
  8. To consult with students on academic issues such as teaching quality, feedback, teaching and learning developments, timetabling, placements;
  9. To campaign and involve students in improving the student learning experience;
  10. To raise awareness of academic representation and promote the Student Rep elections for both Student Reps and Subject Chairs/College Chairs in Cornwall;
  11. To promote and take part in the FXU Awards for Student Reps and Teaching as well as the Students' Guild Teaching Awards as appropriate;
  12. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU's work;
  13. To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  14. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;
  15. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links:

FXU President Exeter (mentor)
FXU President Falmouth
FXU Education Officer (Falmouth)
FXU Postgraduate Taught Officer (Exeter)
FXU Postgraduate Research Officer (Exeter)
Student Voice Team
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Elections - Environment & Ethics Officer

To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to environmental and ethical issues. To work closely with the FXU President Student Experience to help to ensure that all FXU operations are as environmentally and ethically sound as possible.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of /Attends:  FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President, Student Experience (twice a term), Environment Sustainable Working Group, Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to environmental and ethical issues;
  • To work closely with the President Student Experience to help to ensure that all FXU operations are as environmentally and ethically sound as possible.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Exeter, Falmouth and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external agencies (e.g. Amnesty groups);
  3. To work with FXU Managers to ensure that FXU reflects good environmental and ethical practice;
  4. To promote, provide advice and support to students regarding environmental and ethical good practice;
  5. To develop and deliver environmental and ethical policy and practices as agreed for FXU;
  6. To contribute to the FXU awareness-raising activities regarding the environment and ethics;
  7. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with  detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  8. To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  9. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;
  10. To ensure that a minimum of one event/campaign during the academic year is held to focus on environmental and ethical issues;
  11. To plan and deliver activities regarding environmental and ethical issues;
  12. To consult with students regarding environmental and ethical issues and take action to move proposals forward in FXU and its partner organisations;
  13. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement  in NUS environmental and ethical campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevant to students;
  14. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Freshers’ programme, particularly regarding environmental and ethical activities and issues;

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links:

FXU President Student Experience (Mentor)
FXU President Community & Welfare
Environment & Sustainability Intern, FX Plus
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Elections - Faith Chair

To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to faith issues. To work closely with the FXU Presidents, and FXU Staff to ensure that all FXU policies, practices and activities provide equality of opportunity to all. To ensure the Faith Committee works to the best of its ability in ensuring parity of opportunity and representation for students. To facilitate the campaigns and progress of the Faith Officers, to support and advise as necessary. To promote equal

Status: Recruited FXU Executive Officer

Selected: Appointed by recruitment panel

Accountable to: The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of / Attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President, Community & Welfare (twice a term), Chair of FXU Faith Committee (twice a term), Other University meetings appropriate to the Exec’s role and development, at the request of Presidents.

Hours: As the role requires

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to faith issues;
  • To work closely with the FXU Presidents, and FXU Staff to ensure that all FXU policies, practices and activities provide equality of opportunity to all.
  • To ensure the Faith Committee works to the best of its ability in ensuring parity of opportunity and representation for students
  • To facilitate the campaigns and progress of the Faith Officers, to support and advise as necessary.
  • To promote equality of all groups through the work of the Faith committee.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Exeter, Falmouth and Falmouth Exeter Plus as agreed (e.g. Liberation Officers at the Guild) as well as external agencies to ensure that student equality issues are raised;
  3. To promote equality issues and good practice to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  4. To promote equality within services and support to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  5. To campaign and raise awareness of faith among student groups;
  6. To liaise with student faith societies (e.g. CU, Islamic Society, Pagan Society);
  7. To help to develop effective faith policy and practices within FXU in line with FXU protocols;
  8. To work with FXU staff and elected Officers to review services and activities and ensure that they promote and support students of faith and provide a platform for the representation and expression of faith groups;
  9. To Chair the Faith Committee ensuring all groups are given a voice and all issues taken seriously. To (as much as possible) suspend personal opinions while chairing the committee.
  10. To encourage and support all Faith Officers sitting on the Faith Committee to carry out their duties effectively.
  11. To ensure that a minimum of one FXU event during the academic year is held to focus on faith issues;
  12. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Freshers’ programme, particularly regarding faith;
  13. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  14. To report on the Faith Committee’s activities to the FXU Leadership Team
  15. To manage and report on the Faith Committee’s budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  16. To present policy changes decided upon by the faith committee to FXU Leadership Team for approval.

GENERAL DUTIES:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Community & Welfare (mentor)

President Student Experience

President Falmouth

President Exeter

FXU Leadership Team

Student Voice Team

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Elections - Fundraising Officer

To represent fundraising groups within and partnered with FXU, including RAD.

Status:    Elected FXU Executive Officer
Elected:    By secret ballot of all students of Falmouth University and Exeter, Cornwall Campuses

Accountable to:    The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings 

Member of / Attends:    

  • FXU Leadership Team (twice a term)
  • FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term)
  • Volunteering Committee (at least once a term)
  • Volunteering Forum (at least once per term)
  • FXU RAD Committee (at least once a month)
  • Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours:    As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.
Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate. 
Role Summary:
•    To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to charity fundraising activities;
•    To work closely with the FXU President Community and Welfare and Volunteering & RAD Manager to develop support for fundraising and related activities and opportunities.


Responsibilities:
1.    To attend all meetings as required (and noted above);
2.    To work in partnership with relevant student groups ans staff to co-ordinate fundraising activity;
3.    To promote how to, and work with the RAD Committee and students in, setting up new fundraising initiatives in consultation with FXU staff;
4.    To consult with students about existing and proposed opportunities, facilities and ideas for future developments and feed this into planning processes.
5.    To promote and contribute to the planning and delivery of the Freshers’ programme and other related activities and campaigns throughout the year, particularly regarding RAD activities, working closely with the RAD Committee;
6.    To plan, organise, deliver FXU activities and supporting the RAD Committee and fundraising volunteers;
7.    To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
12.    To help develop FXU RAD Committee, volunteer satisfaction, their activities and campus presence;
13.    To submit termly written reports to the Volunteering Committee and Forum.
14.    To seek sponsorship to support RAD’s activities and profile.
15.    To monitor the operational success of the RAD Committee and welfare of the team working with the President Community and Welfare and Volunteering and RAD Manager to resolve issues.
 

General Duties:
1.    To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team and RAD committee;
2.    Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy; 
3.    Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
4.    To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
5.    To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
6.    To deliver a handover for your successor;
7.    To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
8.    To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links
President Community & Welfare (Mentor)
Activities Director
Volunteering and RAD Manager 
Volunteering Officer
RAD Committee
 

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Elections - International Officer

To represent students’ interests with particular regard to International student’s issues.

Status: Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected: By secret ballot of all Falmouth and Exeter Cornwall Campus students

Accountable to: The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of / Attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President, Community and Welfare (twice a term), NUS International Students Conferences, Other University meetings appropriate to the Exec’s role and development, at the request of Presidents

Hours: As the role requires

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to International Student’s issues;
  • To work closely with the FXU Presidents, and FXU Staff to ensure that all FXU policies, practices and activities provide parity of representation and opportunity for International Students.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within the University of Exeter, Falmouth University and Falmouth Exeter Plus as agreed as well as external agencies to ensure that student equality issues are raised;
  3. To promote international student issues and good practice to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  4. To promote international student issues within services and support to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  5. To campaign and raise awareness of international student issues;
  6. To liaise with relevant student international societies  (e.g. International Society)
  7. To help to develop effective international policy and practices within FXU in line with FXU protocols;
  8. To work with FXU staff and elected Officers to review services and activities and ensure that they promote and support international students and provide a platform for the representation and expression of these students;
  9. To maintain an awareness of and support student involvement with NUS campaigns, research and activities with relevance to liberation as well as other regional, national and international bodies;
    • To research, attend and report back on NUS International Conferences
  10. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Fresher’s programme, particularly regarding international issues;
  11. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  12. To manage and report on budgets received in line with FXU procedures;

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

 

Key Links

President Community & Welfare (mentor)

President Student Experience

President Falmouth

President Exeter

FXU Leadership Team

Student Voice Team

NUS International Officer

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Elections - Liberation Chair

To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to liberation issues. To work closely with the FXU Presidents, and FXU Staff to ensure that all FXU policies, practices and activities provide equality of opportunity to all. To ensure the Liberation Committee works to the best of its ability in ensuring parity of opportunity and representation for students To facilitate the campaigns and progress of the Liberation Officers, to support and advise as necessary. To

Status: recruited FXU Executive Officer

Selected: Appointed by recruitment panel

Accountable to: The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of / Attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President, Community & Welfare (twice a term), Chair of FXU Liberation Committee (monthly), NUS Liberation Conferences, if Liberation Officers cannot attend, Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated, Other University meetings appropriate to the Officer's role and development, at the request of Presidents.

Hours: As the role requires

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to liberation issues;
  • To work closely with the FXU Presidents, and FXU Staff to ensure that all FXU policies, practices and activities provide equality of opportunity to all.
  • To ensure the Liberation Committee works to the best of its ability in ensuring parity of opportunity and representation for students
  • To facilitate the campaigns and progress of the Liberation Officers, to support and advise as necessary.
  • To promote equality of all groups through the work of the liberation committee.

Responsiblities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Exeter, Falmouth and Falmouth Exeter Plus as agreed (e.g. Liberation Officers at the Guild) as well as external agencies to ensure that student equality issues are raised;
  3. To promote equality issues and good practice to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  4. To promote equality within services and support to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  5. To campaign and raise awareness of liberation for minority student groups;
  6. To liaise with student liberation societies  (e.g. LGBTQ+, Feminist Society, ACS, International Soc);
  7. To help to develop effective liberation policy and practices within FXU in line with FXU protocols;
  8. To work with FXU staff and elected Officers to review services and activities and ensure that they promote and support liberation and provide a platform for the representation and expression of minority groups;
  9. To Chair the Liberation Committee ensuring all groups are given a voice and all issues taken seriously. To (as much as possible) suspend personal opinions while chairing the committee.
  10. To encourage and support all Liberation Officers sitting on the Liberation Committee to carry out their duties effectively.
  11. To ensure that a minimum of one FXU event during the academic year is held to focus on liberation issues;
  12. To maintain an awareness of and support student involvement with NUS campaigns, research and activities with relevance to liberation as well as other regional, national and international bodies;
    • To research NUS Liberation Conferences and ensure that either the correct liberation officer or yourself attends.
    • To report back on the experiences of yourself or FXU Liberation Officers at NUS Liberation Conferences.
  13. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Freshers’ programme, particularly regarding liberation;
  14. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  15. To report on the Liberation Committee’s activities to the FXU Leadership Team
  16. To manage and report on the Liberation Committee’s budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  17. To present policy changes decided upon by the Liberation Committee to FXU Leadership Team for approval.

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Community & Welfare (mentor)

Liberation Officers

President Student Experience

President Falmouth

President Exeter

FXU Leadership Team

Student Voice Team

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Elections - Mature Students Officer

To represent the mature student experience within University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth University, at FXU meetings.

Status: Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected: By secret ballot of all students of Falmouth University and University of Exeter, Cornwall Campuses

Accountable to: The Student Body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of / Attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President, Community & Welfare (twice a term), Other University meetings appropriate to the Officer's role and development, at the request of Presidents

Hours: As the role requires

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to mature student’s issues;
  • To work closely with the FXU Presidents, and FXU Staff to ensure that all FXU policies, practices and activities provide parity of representation and opportunity for mature students.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within the University of Exeter, Falmouth University and Falmouth Exeter Plus as agreed as well as external agencies to ensure that student equality issues are raised;
  3. To promote mature student issues and good practice to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  4. To promote mature student issues within services and support to students in consultation with the FXU Presidents and relevant FXU staff;
  5. To campaign and raise awareness of mature student issues;
  6. To liaise with relevant student societies (e.g. Mature Student Society)
  7. To work with FXU staff and elected Officers to review services and activities and ensure that they promote and support mature students and provide a platform for the representation and expression of these students;
  8. To maintain an awareness of and support student involvement with NUS campaigns, research and activities with relevance to mature students as well as other regional, national and international bodies;
    • To research, attend and report back on NUS International Conferences
  9. To input into the planning and delivery of the next Fresher’s programme, particularly regarding mature student issues;
  10. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  11. To manage and report on budgets received in line with FXU procedures;

General Duties:

  1. To find out the academic opinions of the mature students across the University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth University on a regular basis, including any examples of excellent academic practice;
  2. To represent these opinions at all meetings as noted above;
  3. To feed back the outcomes of any meetings to the represented students;
  4. To attend training as appropriate;
  5. To make yourself known to the students you represent;
  6. To ensure that your students are informed of any developments that may affect them;
  7. To encourage students to vote and participate in Make  A Change tab when there is a relevant issue being discussed;
  8.  To encourage the participation of mature students in the work of the FXU and the life of the University;

Key Links

President Community & Welfare (Mentor)

President Falmouth

President Exeter

President Student Experience

Student Voice Team

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Elections - Open Officer (Exeter)

You will be working with FXU Presidents, FXU staff, and the Exeter student rep system, to make improvements to the experience of all Exeter students on Cornwall campuses.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Exeter Cornwall Campuses students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General Meetings (once a term), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the student learning experience within University of Exeter Cornwall campuses;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Exeter, other FXU academic officers, the student rep system, and FXU Student Voice staff,to strengthen representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

1. To attend all meetings as listed above;

2. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;

3. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Exeter University and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external organisations where appropriate;

4. To work with FXU colleagues in developing relations with the Students’ Guild and student reps based at other Exeter campuses; 

5. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding Exeter Students;

6. To liaise with, support and be involved with relevant FXU societies;

 

General Duties:

1. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;

2. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

3. To make yourself known to the students you represent;

4. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;

5. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;

6. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;

7. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;

8. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;

9. To deliver a handover for your successor;

Key Links

FXU President Exeter

FXU Education Officer (UG Exeter)

FXU Education Officer (PGT Exeter)

FXU Education Officer (PGR Exeter)

Student Voice Team

 

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Elections - Open Officer (Falmouth)

You will be working with FXU Presidents, FXU staff, and the Falmouth student rep system, to make improvements to the experience of all Falmouth students on all Falmouth campuses.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all students of Falmouth University

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term),

FXU Annual & Union General Meetings (once a term),

1:1 with FXU President Falmouth (twice termly)

Regular Updates with FXU Student Voice staff

Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on the student learning experience within Falmouth University;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Falmouth, FXU academic officers, the student rep system, and the FXU Student Voice Team, to strengthen representation within FXU.

Responsibilities:

1. To attend all meetings as listed above;

2. To maintain an awareness of and encourage student involvement in NUS academic campaigns and other regional, national and international campaigns of relevance to students where appropriate;

3. To attend other relevant meetings and make contact with appropriate colleagues within Falmouth University and Falmouth Exeter Plus as well as external organisations where appropriate;

4. To work with FXU colleagues to deliver on agreed FXU priorities regarding Falmouth Students;

 

General Duties:

  1. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  2. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.
  3. To make yourself known to the students you represent;
  4. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  5. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  6. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  7. To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  8. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  9. To deliver a handover for your successor;

 

Additional Responsibilities

We may require additional support in disseminating key information through your elected channels of communication to the students you represent, including promotion of:

  • FXU Course Rep Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Leadership Team Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU President Elections (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Awards (nomination and voting)
  • FXU Postgraduate Society events
  • Falmouth University Staff Excellence Awards: ‘Most Inspirational Member of Staff Award’ (nominations)
  • Falmouth University Graduation registration (final year students)

 

Key Links

FXU President Falmouth

FXU Academic Officers

Student Voice Team

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Elections - Societies Officer

To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to societies matters. To work closely with the FXU President Student Experience and staff – particularly the FXU Societies Manager – to develop support for societies, and related activities and facilities.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends:  FXU Leadership Team, FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once per term), Manifesto Update with President Student Experience (twice a term, at least once with FXU Student Voice staff member), FXU Sports and Societies Committee (at least once per term), FXU Sports and Societies Forum (at least once per term), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to societies matters;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Student Experience and staff – particularly the FXU Activities Director and Societies Manager - to develop support for societies, and related activities and facilities.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required (and noted above);
  2. To be the joint chair of the FXU Sports and Societies Forum;
  3. To be the joint chair of the FXU Sports and Societies Committee;
  4. To consult with FXU societies, in particular Presidents and committee members, to identify their development needs, promote their successes and to address and share information with the President Student Experience and appropriate FXU staff;
  5. To assist the President Student Experience and Activities Team to conduct Society observations;
  6. To promote how to, and assist students in, setting up new societies in consultation with FXU staff;
  7. To consult with students about existing and proposed opportunities, facilities and ideas for future developments and feed this into planning processes.
  8. To promote and contribute to the planning and delivery of the Freshers’ programme and other Activities Campaigns through-out the year ie. Give it A Go Week, particularly regarding society-related activities;
  9. To plan, organise, deliver FXU activities and support societies with one off events;
  10. To submit termly reports to the Sports & Societies Committee & FXU Sports & Societies Forum.

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Student Experience (Mentor)

Activities Director

Societies Manager.

 

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Elections - Sports Officer

• To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to sports matters; To work closely with the FXU President Student Experience and staff – particularly the FXU Activities Director and Sports Manager – to develop support for sports clubs and related activities and facilities.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends:  FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), Manifesto Update with President Student Experience(twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), FXU Sports and Societies Committee (at least once per term), FXU Sports and Societies Forum (at least once per term), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students’ interests with particular regard to sports matters;
  • To work closely with the FXU President Student Experience– particularly the FXU Activities Director and Sports Manager - to develop support for sports clubs and related activities and facilities.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required (and noted above);
  2. To be the joint chair of the FXU Sports and Societies Forum;
  3. To be the joint chair of the FXU Sports and Societies Committee
  4. To consult with FXU clubs, in particular Captains and committee members, to identify their needs and promote their successes and to address and share this information with the President Student Experience and appropriate FXU staff;
  5. To assist the President Student Experience and Activities Team to conduct Sports Club observations;
  6. To promote how to, and assist students in, setting up new clubs;
  7. To consult with students about existing and proposed opportunities, facilities and ideas for future developments and feed this into planning processes;
  8. To promote and contribute to the planning and delivery of the fresher’s programme and other related FXU Activities Campaigns i.e. Give it a Go Week and FxYOUcan, particularly regarding sport-related activities;
  9. To plan, organise and deliver FXU activities and support clubs with one off events;
  10. To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU’s work;
  11. To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures;
  12. To submit termly written reports & an annual report to the FXU Sport & Soc Committee & Forum

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where necessary, contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Student Experience (Mentor)

Activities Director

Sports Manager

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Elections - Student Voice Chairperson

This is the highest office of the Leadership Team; you preside over important FXU meetings and outside of these meetings you are the head and spokesperson for the Leadership Team and represent the team to the outside world. You ensure meetings convened by FXU run smoothly in an orderly fashion. To work closely with the Presidents, Student Voice Director and wider Student Voice team.

Status:                                     Recruited FXU Student Voice Chair

Selected:                                 By recruitment Panel

Accountable to:                      The Student body via FXU Leadership Team

Member of/Attends:                FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Elections & Democracy Committee (at least fortnightly 8 weeks prior to an FXU election, monthly at all other times), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), FXU Referendum debates (as appropriate), Development Update with mentor (twice a term),  Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated

Hours:                                      As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies

Remuneration:                       This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To chair FXU Leadership Team meetings, the FXU Annual General Meeting (AGM), other Union General Meetings (UGM) and other meetings such as a debate for an FXU Referendum;
  • To ensure the above meetings are organised and conducted in an appropriate manner according to FXU procedures and legal obligations.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend and chair all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To follow the FXU bye-law for the FXU Leadership Team, with particular importance given to holding elected FXU Officers to account;
  3. To ensure the FXU Leadership Team, FXU General Meetings and FXU Referenda operate in accordance with the FXU Constitution and bye-laws;
  4. To keep up to date with various student representation systems in place across FXU, Exeter, Falmouth, Falmouth Exeter Plus and externally;
  5. To work with FXU staff in ensuring all FXU Leadership Team positions are filled as far as possible;
  6. To ensure the FXU Leadership Team reports to the FXU AGM and other meetings as appropriate;
  7. To liaise with FXU staff in organising FXU Leadership Team meetings, the FXU AGM, FXU UGMs and other FXU meetings.

General duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on any duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

Student Voice Director (Mentor)

President Falmouth

President Exeter

President Student Experience

President Community & Welfare

Chief Executive Officer

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Elections - Volunteering Officer

To represent and campaign on student volunteering; To work closely with FXU Community and Welfare and staff – particularly the Activities team – in planning, organising and delivering FXU’s volunteering events and activities.

Status:  Elected FXU Exective Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth students

Accountable to: The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of / attends:  FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President Community & Welfare(twice a term), Volunteering Committee (at least once a term), Volunteering Forum (at least once per term), FXU RAD Committee (at least once a month), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration:  This is a voluntary role, however out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on student volunteering;
  • To work closely with FXU President Community and Welfare and staff – particularly the Activities team – to develop student volunteering activities and opportunities.

Responsibilities:

  1. To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  2. To be the chair of the FXU Volunteering Committee;
  3. To be the joint chair the Volunteering Forum with the FXU RAD President;
  4. To consult with Student Led Volunteer Projects and student volunteers, to identify their development needs, promote their successes and share information with the President Community and Welfare and appropriate FXU staff;
  5. To work in partnership with the Fundraising Officer to assist the President Community and Welfare and FXU staff to conduct Student Led Volunteer Project observations;
  6. To promote how to, and work with students in, setting up new Student Led Volunteer Projects in consultation with FXU staff;
  7. To consult with students about existing and proposed opportunities, facilities and ideas for future developments and feed this into planning processes.
  8. To consult with students about their current volunteering experience and work to develop volunteer engagement and satisfaction.
  9. To promote and contribute to the planning and delivery of the Freshers’ programme and other related activities and campaigns throughout the year such as Give It A Go Week, Student Volunteering Week, particularly regarding volunteering activities;
  10. To plan, organise, deliver FXU activities and supporting Student Led Volunteer Projects with one-off events;
  11. To submit termly verbal reports to the Volunteering Committee and Forum.
  12. To seek sponsorship opportunities for FXU Volunteering activities and profile.
  13. To develop the operation of Student Led Volunteer Projects.

General Duties:

  1. To effectively communicate information and plans with relevant members of the FXU team;
  2. Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  3. Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team; Referenda and General meetings;
  4. To report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  5. To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  6. To deliver a handover for your successor;
  7. To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  8. To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links

President Community & Welfare (Mentor)

Activities Director

Volunteering and RAD Manager

Volunteering Committee

RAD President

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Elections - Widening Participation Officer

To work with the FXU Widening Student Participation (WSP) intern to further develop the engagement with under-represented student communities on campus.

Status:  Elected FXU Executive Officer

Elected:  By secret ballot of all Exeter Cornwall Campuses and Falmouth students

Accountable to:  The student body via FXU Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Annual General Meeting and Union General Meetings

Member of/attends: FXU Leadership Team (twice a term), FXU Annual & Union General meetings (once a term), Manifesto Update with President, Community & Welfare (twice a term), Liberation Committee (monthly), Other groups or meetings as appropriate and mandated.

Hours: As the role requires and can be flexible dependent on studies.

Remuneration: This is a voluntary role, however, out of pocket expenses will be paid where appropriate.

Role Summary:

  • To represent and campaign on students' interests with particular regard to widening participation;
  • To represent students often under-represented or hard-to-reach and specifically part-time, international, postgraduate, distance-learning and mature students;
  • To work closely with the FXU Presidents and Widening Student Participation Intern in ensuring the universities and FXU is continuously working towards widening participation at university.

Responsibilities:

  • To attend all meetings as required and noted above;
  • To be involved in reviewing/monitoring delivery of the Access Agreements of Falmouth University and University of Exeter and ensure as many students as possible are consulted;
  • To promote widening student participation to all students;
  • To consult with students often under-represented in the students' union and specifically part-time, international, postgraduate, distance-learning and mature students;
  • To bring widening student participation issues to the Liberation Committee;
  • To liaise with FXU Societies relevant to the role;
  • To work with the universities in encouraging students from all backgrounds to come to university;
  • To input into the planning and delivery of the next Freshers' programme, particularly ensuring widening participation is taken into consideration;
  • To submit proposals for relevant activity together with detailed budgets where appropriate to the FXU Leadership Team to enhance this area of FXU's work;
  • To manage and report on any budgets received in line with FXU procedures.

General Duties:

  • To effectively communicate information and plan with relevant members of the FXU team;
  • Ensure that FXU policies and procedures are adhered to at all times, and where appropriate, make recommendations and contribute to the amendment or development of a policy;
  • Carry out duties within the scope of the role as set out in the FXU Constitution & Bye-laws or as mandated by the Board of Trustees, FXU Leadership Team, Referenda and General Meetings;
  • To regularly provide a written report to the FXU Leadership Team on duties undertaken;
  • To promote FXU and student involvement in line with FXU branding and marketing guidelines;
  • To deliver a handover for your successor;
  • To undertake training as required to fulfil your role;
  • To conduct yourself appropriately as a public representative of students and FXU.

Key Links:

President Community & Welfare (mentor)
President Student Experience
President Exeter
President Falmouth
Liberation Committee
Student Voice Team
 
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