Election Posts

The Election 2021

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AHSS Faculty Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board and Faculty Quality Enhancement and Standards Subcommittee
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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B&L Faculty Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Partnership Team and Faculty Education Committee meetings
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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B&L Faculty Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board and Faculty Quality Enhancement and Standards Subcommittee
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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Disabled Students’ Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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Disabled Students’ Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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HEMS Faculty Rep (Cambridge) (2 places)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Partnership Team and Faculty Education Committee meetings
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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HEMS Faculty Rep (Chelmsford) (2 places)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board and Faculty Quality Enhancement and Standards Subcommittee
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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HEMS Faculty Rep (Peterborough)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Peterborough campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board and Faculty Quality Enhancement and Standards Subcommittee
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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International Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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International Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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LGBT+ Students’ Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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LGBT+ Students’ Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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Mental Health Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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Mental Health Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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National Conference Delegate (6 places)

This role is to represent Anglia Ruskin University students at the annual National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference in Liverpool, 31st March - 2nd April 2020. The National Conference Delegates (NCDs) attend and vote at the annual National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference, which is the main policy-making body of the NUS. There are 6 places available of which at least 3 will be allocated to represetatives who self-define as women.

This role is to represent Anglia Ruskin University students at the annual National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference.

The National Conference Delegates (NCDs) attend and vote at the annual National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference,  which is the main policy-making body of the NUS. It produces policy and/or position statements on the activities of NUS, of which the Students’ Union is a member, and elects the full-time officers and other representatives to the National Executive Council (NEC). The NEC meets quarterly and is the most senior policy-making body outside of National Conference. There are 7 places available in this election with a minimum of 3 roles to be taken by representatives who self-define as women.

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President

A full-time paid role based across Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough campuses

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Full-Time Officers will:

  • Act as an Officer Trustee and member of the Board of Trustees with ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of the Union
  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee and Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead priority campaigns to promote change for the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Hold regular meetings with relevant members of the Vice Chancellor’s Group and Corporate Management Team and attend other meetings with the University appropriate to the role
  • Work such hours and in locations required to satisfy the duties of the post to maximise benefit to students

The President will

  • Chair, lead and coordinate the Faculty Voice Committee, providing day-to-day support for the Full-Time Officers championing accountability and communication
  • Act as the primary spokesperson and figurehead for the Union to the University
  • Chair the Board of Trustees with line management responsibility for the Chief Executive
  • Represent the Union at the annual National Union of Students National Conference
  • Lead on significant campaigns and projects, working closely with the Chief Executive and fulfil any other appropriate needs of the Union that are not covered by another Full-Time Officer
  • Act as the Student Governor on the University’s Board of Governors and relevant sub-committees
  • Act as the main point of contact with the National Union of Students
     
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Race Equality Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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Race Equality Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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S&E Faculty Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board and Faculty Quality Enhancement and Standards Subcommittee
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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S&E Faculty Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Faculty Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee
  • Support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Attend and support a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Provide effective academic representation
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board and Faculty Quality Enhancement and Standards Subcommittee
  • Act as a deputy for the relevant Vice President when appropriate

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Trans Students' Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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Trans Students' Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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Vice President (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences)

A full-time paid role based across Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough campuses

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Full-Time Officers will:

  • Act as an Officer Trustee and member of the Board of Trustees with ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of the Union
  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee and Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead priority campaigns to promote change for the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Hold regular meetings with relevant members of the Vice Chancellor’s Group and Corporate Management Team and attend other meetings with the University appropriate to the role
  • Work such hours and in locations required to satisfy the duties of the post to maximise benefit to students

The Vice President will:

  • Act as the lead representative for a faculty or faculties
  • Chair a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Lead and support all elected representatives and volunteers within the faculty or faculties and Union
  • Provide effective academic representation and prioritise the wider development of representation within the University
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board
  • Proactively campaign on matters relating to wellbeing and welfare (including but not limited to accommodation, belief, equal opportunities, housing, finance, safety and religion)
  • Champion the benefits and growth of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and opportunities
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Vice President (Business and Law)

A full-time paid role based across Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough campuses

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Full-Time Officers will:

  • Act as an Officer Trustee and member of the Board of Trustees with ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of the Union
  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee and Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead priority campaigns to promote change for the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Hold regular meetings with relevant members of the Vice Chancellor’s Group and Corporate Management Team and attend other meetings with the University appropriate to the role
  • Work such hours and in locations required to satisfy the duties of the post to maximise benefit to students

The Vice President will:

  • Act as the lead representative for a faculty or faculties
  • Chair a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Lead and support all elected representatives and volunteers within the faculty or faculties and Union
  • Provide effective academic representation and prioritise the wider development of representation within the University
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board
  • Proactively campaign on matters relating to wellbeing and welfare (including but not limited to accommodation, belief, equal opportunities, housing, finance, safety and religion)
  • Champion the benefits and growth of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and opportunities
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Vice President (Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care)

A full-time paid role based across Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough campuses

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Full-Time Officers will:

  • Act as an Officer Trustee and member of the Board of Trustees with ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of the Union
  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee and Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead priority campaigns to promote change for the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Hold regular meetings with relevant members of the Vice Chancellor’s Group and Corporate Management Team and attend other meetings with the University appropriate to the role
  • Work such hours and in locations required to satisfy the duties of the post to maximise benefit to students

The Vice President will:

  • Act as the lead representative for a faculty or faculties
  • Chair a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Lead and support all elected representatives and volunteers within the faculty or faculties and Union
  • Provide effective academic representation and prioritise the wider development of representation within the University
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board
  • Proactively campaign on matters relating to wellbeing and welfare (including but not limited to accommodation, belief, equal opportunities, housing, finance, safety and religion)
  • Champion the benefits and growth of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and opportunities
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Vice President (Science and Engineering)

A full-time paid role based across Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough campuses

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Full-Time Officers will:

  • Act as an Officer Trustee and member of the Board of Trustees with ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of the Union
  • Act as a member of the Faculty Voice Committee and Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead priority campaigns to promote change for the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Hold regular meetings with relevant members of the Vice Chancellor’s Group and Corporate Management Team and attend other meetings with the University appropriate to the role
  • Work such hours and in locations required to satisfy the duties of the post to maximise benefit to students

The Vice President will:

  • Act as the lead representative for a faculty or faculties
  • Chair a regular Faculty Forum to gather views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Implement ideas and projects to improve the experience of students within the faculty or faculties
  • Lead and support all elected representatives and volunteers within the faculty or faculties and Union
  • Provide effective academic representation and prioritise the wider development of representation within the University
  • Prepare for and attend Faculty Board
  • Proactively campaign on matters relating to wellbeing and welfare (including but not limited to accommodation, belief, equal opportunities, housing, finance, safety and religion)
  • Champion the benefits and growth of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and opportunities
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Women’s Rep (Cambridge)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Cambridge campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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Women’s Rep (Chelmsford)

A part-time voluntary role based at the Chelmsford campus

All members of the Executive Committee will:

  • Represent students; attend and support all democratic meetings and gather student views, opinions, ideas and feedback
  • Work in the direction of the vision, mission, values and strategic priorities of the Students’ Union
  • Work to maximise communication with students
  • Encourage participation in Union activities, in particular act as a champion for meetings, elections and campaigns
  • Represent individuals, groups and the body of students to the University, National Union of Students, community and policy forming bodies, including attending meetings of such organisations
  • Champion liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Attend training courses and other opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Attend meetings as appropriate to plan activities and review progress
  • Comply with all regulations, policies and protocols of the Union

All Campaign Reps will:

  • Act as a member of the Liberation, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Lead campaign(s) to promote change to the benefit of students and support all campaigns organised by the Union
  • Engage with members of their constituency through, for example, networks or groups.
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If these roles do not correspond to the Course you are enrolled on, please contact us on info@angliastudent.com or 01223 460008 to resolve the issue.