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.

The polls have closed.

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.

­­­ACADEMIC OFFICER

(Falmouth Flexible)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

Working as part of a team of Academic Officers, the Falmouth Flexible Officer will work closely with FXU President Falmouth to ensure trends in feedback across the Falmouth Flexible student body are authentically represented to Falmouth University and the Students’ Union, in order to make positive educational changes.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and supporting a team of Course Reps: Representing the experience of all students studying online via Falmouth Flexible.
  • Working in partnership with FXU President Falmouth to collate feedback and identify common trends across Falmouth Flexible courses.
  • Shaping campaigns in response to student feedback in order for FXU to gain further insight into the Falmouth Flexible student experience.
  • Holding the FXU Presidents to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Community and public speaking
  • Research and analysis
  • Leadership and management
  • Team work and negotiation

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

 

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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

­­­ACADEMIC OFFICER

(PGR Falmouth)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

Working as part of a team of Academic Officers, the PGR Officer will work closely with FXU President Falmouth and the Postgraduate Officers to ensure trends in feedback across the postgraduate research community are authentically represented to Falmouth University and the Students’ Union, in order to make positive educational change.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and supporting PGR Reps: Representing the experience of the postgraduate community studying on Falmouth University.
  • Working in partnership with FXU President Falmouth to collate feedback and identify common trends across the Postgraduate research community.
  • Responding to feedback and working in partnership with FXU to create initiatives/campaigns that enhance support for the postgraduate research community.
  • Holding the FXU President Falmouth to account against election manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Community and public speaking
  • Research and Analysis
  • Leadership and management
  • Team work and negotiation

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­ACADEMIC OFFICER

(PG Falmouth Campus)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

Working as part of a team of Academic officers, the PG Falmouth Campus Officer will work closely with FXU President Falmouth and the PG Penryn Campus Officer to ensure trends in feedback across the postgraduate student body are authentically represented to Falmouth University and the Students’ Union, in order to make positive educational change.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and supporting a team of Department Chairs: Representing the experience of all postgraduate students studying on Penryn Campus.
  • Working in partnership with FXU President Falmouth to collate feedback and identify common trends across PG courses based on Falmouth Campus.
  • Shaping campaigns in response to student feedback in order for FXU to gain further insight into the Postgraduate student experience.
  • Holding the FXU President Falmouth to account against election manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Community and public speaking
  • Research and Analysis
  • Leadership and management
  • Team work and negotiation

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect t to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­ACADEMIC OFFICER

(PG Penryn Campus)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

Working as part of a team of Academic officers, the PG Penryn Campus Officer will work closely with FXU President Falmouth and the PG Falmouth Campus Officer to ensure trends in feedback across the postgraduate student body are authentically represented to Falmouth University and the Students’ Union, in order to make positive educational change.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and supporting a team of Department Chairs: Representing the experience of all postgraduate students studying on Penryn Campus.
  • Working in partnership with FXU President Falmouth to collate feedback and identify common trends across PG courses based on Penryn Campus.
  • Shaping campaigns in response to student feedback in order for FXU to gain further insight into the Postgraduate student experience.
  • Holding the FXU President Falmouth to account against election manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Community and public speaking
  • Research and Analysis
  • Leadership and management
  • Team work and negotiation

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­ACADEMIC OFFICER

(UG Falmouth Campus)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

Working as part of a team of Academic officers, the UG Falmouth Campus officer will work closely with FXU President Falmouth and the UG Penryn Campus Officer to ensure trends in feedback across the undergraduate student body are authentically represented to Falmouth University and the Students’ Union in order to make positive educational change.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and supporting a team of Department Chairs: Representing the experience of all Undergraduate students studying on Falmouth Campus.
  • Working in partnership with FXU Presidents Falmouth to collate feedback and identify common trends across UG courses based on Falmouth Campus.
  • Shaping campaigns in response to student feedback in order for FXU to gain further insight into the undergraduate student experience.
  • Holding the FXU President Falmouth to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Communication and public speaking
  • Research and analysis
  • Leadership and management
  • Team work and negotiation

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to send 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­ACADEMIC OFFICER

(UG Penryn Campus)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

Working as part of a team of Academic Officers, the UG Penryn Campus Officer will work closely with FXU President Falmouth and the UG Falmouth Campus Officer to ensure trends in feedback across the undergraduate student body are authentically represented to Falmouth University and the Students’ Union in order to make positive educational change.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and supporting a team of Department Chairs: Representing the experience of all Undergraduate students studying on Penryn Campus.
  • Working in partnership with FXU Presidents Falmouth to collate feedback and identify common trends across UG courses based on Penryn Campus.
  • Shaping campaigns in response to student feedback in order for FXU to gain further insight into the undergraduate student experience.
  • Holding the FXU President Falmouth to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Communication and public speaking
  • Research and analysis
  • Leadership and management
  • Team work and negotiation

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­EDUCATION OFFICER

(PGR Exeter)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will work as part of the Exeter Education Officers and FXU staff to help develop and represent the Post-Graduate Research (PhD & MRes) community on campus.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Work with the FXU Student Voice team to chair the Post-Graduate Research Forum with the aim of developing the PhD & MRes experience on and off campus.
  • Responsible for representing the PhD & MRes community to the Leadership Team and feeding back to that student community.
  • Regularly report on issues and updates that affect the PhD & MRes community through FXU media (website, video and social media).
  • Holding the FXU President Exeter to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Networking
  • Communication
  • Event management
  • Social media marketing

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­EDUCATION OFFICER

(PG Exeter)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will work as part of the Exeter Education Officers and FXU staff to help develop and represent the Post-Graduate Taught (MA) community on campus.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Work with the FXU Student Voice team to chair the Post-Graduate Forum with the aim of developing the Masters Degree experience on and off campus.
  • Responsible for representing the Masters Degree community to the Leadership Team and feeding back to that student community.
  • Regularly report on Post Graduate issues and updates through FXU media (website, video and social media).
  • Holding the FXU President Exeter to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Networking
  • Communication
  • Event management
  • Social media marketing

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­EDUCATION OFFICER

(UG Exeter)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will be working with the FXU Presidents and FXU staff to make improvements to the academic experience of Exeter undergraduate students

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU President Exeter to identify opportunities to develop the academic experience of University of Exeter Cornwall Campuses (UECC) Students.
  • Collating feedback from undergraduate subject chairs with the FXU President Exeter.
  • Take responsibility for acting as Chairperson for the Subject Chair Working Group, and reporting to the Leadership Team.
  • Working with FXU staff you will have the opportunity to regularly report on academic issues that affect UECC students.
  • Holding the FXU President Exeter to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Networking
  • Communication and decision making
  • Project management and time management
  • Social media marketing

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

ENVIRONMENT & ETHICS OFFICER

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will be working with the FXU Presidents & FXU societies (E.g. EcoSoc) to promote opportunities for sustainable development both on and off campus.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

• Supporting students to access the FXU Green Fund, with the aim of developing environmental awareness projects on campus and in the local community.

• Work with FXU and local interest groups to develop campaigns and events that promote and develop sustainable practice.

• Represent students at the Environment Sustainable Working Group with the FXU President Student Experience.

• Regularly report on sustainability news and updates affecting students through FXU media (website, video & social media).

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

• Networking

• Communication

• Event management

• Social media marketing

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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Elections - Faith Officer

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

FAITH OFFICER

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

This is a key communication role, representing students of faith and faith groups at the FXU Leadership Team meetings. To be successful you will require tact and great people skills.
 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ and the multi-faith chaplaincy to representing the views & opinions of students of faith, ensuring their needs are met.
  • Using your networks and working with FXU clubs/societies you will be involved in gathering feedback on issues that affect students of faith.
  • Representing students of faith on the FXU Leadership Team and relevant university meetings.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Networking & communication
  • Public speakinng
  • Event management
  • Social media marketing
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Elections - Fundraising Officer

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

FUNDRAISING OFFICER

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will be working with the RAD Committee, FXU Presidents’, FXU staff and external organisations to promote and develop a range of fundraising opportunities.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ and liaising with FXU clubs & societies you will lead on developing students fundraising opportunities.
  • Working with other members of the FXU Leadership Team you will act as the liaison with external fundraising organisations.
  • Working with FXU staff you will have the opportunity to regularly report on news and events relating to student fundraising opportunities.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Leadership & public speaking
  • Project management & decision making
  • Professionalism & accountability

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TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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Elections - Inclusivity Officer

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

­­­INCLUSIVITY OFFICER


ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

Working with the FXU Presidents you will be involved in a range of events to further develop the engagement with under-represented student communities on campus.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Work with the FXU Presidents on specific events each term.
  • Working with the FXU Presidents to develop campaigns to raise awareness of the issues affecting student minority groups.
  • Support and encourage students to attend relevant NUS events & campaigns to ensure the views of FXU are represented nationally.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

• Networking

• Communication

• Event management

• Social media marketing

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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Elections - International Officer

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

INTERNATIONAL OFFICER

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will have a key role to play in raising the profile of the international student community both on and off campus, developing relevant events to enhance the student experience of international students.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ and the FXU International Society to represent the views & opinions of international students.
  • Attending the International Student Experience Group (ISEG) meetings with the FXU Presidents to input into the planning and execution of campaigns & activities targeting international students.
  • Regularly report on events and news that affect international students through FXU media (website, videos & social media).

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Leadership & public speaking
  • Networking & communication
  • Event management
  • Social media marketing
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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

LIBERATION CHAIRPERSON

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

This is a key communication role, managing the Liberation Committee meetings. To be successful you will require tact and great people skills.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ and FXU staff you will manage the Liberation Committee, ensuring they are organised and well run throughout the academic year.
  • Representing the Liberation Committee at FXU Leadership Team Meetings.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Leadership & public speaking
  • Networking & communication
  • Event management
  • Social media marketing
  • Time Management
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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.

­­­OPEN OFFICER

(Exeter)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

The Open Officer role exists for an Exeter student to follow an area of interest they feel is not currently represented on the FXU Leadership Team. Through this, you will work in partnership with the Students’ Union to ensure our activities remain inclusive and relevant to the Exeter student body.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and documenting an area of interest that enhances the experience of Exeter students.
  • Working in partnership with FXU Presidents to ensure Union activity remains inclusive and relevant to Exeter students.
  • Holding the FXU Presidents to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Networking
  • Communication and decision making
  • Event management
  • Social media marketing

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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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.

­­­OPEN OFFICER

(Falmouth)

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

The Open Officer role exists for a Falmouth student to follow an area of interest they feel is not currently represented on the FXU Leadership Team. Through this, you will work in partnership with the Students’ Union to ensure our activities remain inclusive and relevant to the Falmouth student body.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Overseeing and documenting an area of interest that enhances the experience of Falmouth students.
  • Working in partnership with FXU Presidents to ensure Union activity remains inclusive and relevant to Falmouth students.
  • Holding the FXU Presidents to account against elected manifesto commitments.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Communication and public speaking
  • Research and analysis.
  • Leadership and management.
  • Team work and negotiation.

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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Elections - Return to Learning Officer

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

RETURN TO LEARNING OFFICER

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

This role is crucial in bringing together the growing community of mature students on campus, to ensure mature students are supported by FXU in developing a great student experience.
 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ and FXU staff you will be responsible for representing the views & opinions of mature students, ensuring their needs are met.
  • Using your networks and working with FXU clubs/societies you will be involved in gathering feedback on issues that affect mature students.
  • Representing mature students on the FXU Leadership Team.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Networking & communication
  • Event management
  • Social media marketing
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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.

SOCIETIES OFFICER

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will be working with the FXU Presidents’ and FXU staff to promote and develop the benefits & opportunities provided by societies to all Falmouth University & University of Exeter Cornwall Campus students.
 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ and FXU staff to ensure Societies participate in the Activities Forum.
  • You will be responsible for Chairing the Societies Committee.
  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ you will lead on developing and promoting society events both on and off campus.
  • Working with FXU staff you will have the opportunity to regularly report on news and events that affect FXU Societies.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Leadership & public speaking
  • Time keeping
  • Professionalism & accountability
  • Social media marketing
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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.

SPORTS OFFICER

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will be working with the FXU Presidents’ and FXU staff to promote sporting opportunities to all Falmouth University & University of Exeter Cornwall Campus students.
 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ and FXU staff to ensure sports clubs participate in the Activities Forum.
  • You will be responsible for Chairing the Sports Committee.
  • Working with the FXU Presidents’ you will lead on developing and promoting campaigns and sporting opportunities both on and off campus.
  • Working with FXU staff you will have the opportunity to regularly report on news and events that affect FXU sports.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

  • Leadership & public speaking
  • Time keeping
  • Professionalism & accountability
  • Social media marketing
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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.

­­­STUDENT VOICE CHAIRPERSON

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

This is a key communication role, managing the most important FXU meetings. To be successful you will need excellent people skills, good organisation and be able to pay particular attention to detail.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

• Working with the Student Voice Team you will co-ordinate and manage the FXU Leadership Team and their meetings (including Union General meetings (UGM) and Annual General Meeting (AGM)

• You will take responsibility for ensuring meeting agendas and minutes are prepared and communicated out to all relevant persons within particular timeframes.

• Chairing the FXU Elections & Democracy Committee meetings.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

• Networking and public speaking

• Communication including social media

• Facilitation

• Time management

• Ability to work with confidential information

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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Elections - Volunteering Officer

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

­­­VOLUNTEERING OFFICER

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

You will be working with the FXU Presidents and FXU staff to promote and develop FXU volunteering activities.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

• Working with the FXU President Community & Welfare, you will act as the Chairperson for the FXU Volunteering Committee and Forum.

• You will be a key decision maker as part of the Volunteering Committee, supported by the RAD President, FXU President Community & Welfare and FXU staff.

• Working with the FXU President (Community & Welfare) you will lead on developing Student-Led Volunteer Projects and independent volunteer activities and opportunities.

• Working with FXU staff you will have the opportunity to regularly report on issues and updates that affect FXU Volunteering.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

• Leadership and public speaking

• Project management and decision making

• Research and engagement

• Professionalism & Accountability

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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Wellbeing Officer

This officer will represent and campaign on students' interests with particular regard to student wellbeing and mental health. Working closely with the FXU President Community and Welfare.

­­­WELLBEING OFFICER?

 

ROLE IN A NUTSHELL:

The FXU Wellbeing Officer has a key role to play in representing and campaigning on students’ interests with particular regard to student wellbeing and mental health.

 

THIS ROLE INCLUDES:

• Building links and bringing together students that have an interest in developing campaigns & activities relating to mental health & wellbeing.

• Work with the FXU Presidents & FXU staff team to liaise with wellbeing services on and off campus.

• Helping to promote activities and opportunities available to students on and off campus that contribute to increased health & wellbeing.

 

DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS IN:

• Networking

• Communication

• Event management

• Social media marketing

 

TIME COMMITMENT:

On average, you should expect to spend 2 hours a week fulfilling this role.

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