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We have a better currency: CV experience. HEAR credit. New skills. Proof of ability. Friends. Free food (most of the times). Fun.
To apply, email us at email@example.com to nominate yourself. Remember that, during our EGM, you will have to give a one minute speech explaining why you are suitable for the role.
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Read through our Offers and see which one you fit best.
Role of ISC Secretary:
- Takes minutes during weekly meetings and distributes it to committee members within three days of the meeting taking place.
- Prepares agenda for meetings with the Chair.
- Organizes meetings including booking of venues of all meetings of the committee and of its members.
- In charge of communication and admin tasks (e.g. maintaining mailing list).
- Attends working and representative secretary training, how to be a representative and what the Union can do for your training
supported by the Chair and the International Students’ Officer
- One of the three key members who makes quick financial/high risk/urgent decisions.
We’re looking for representatives for the following regions:
- East Asia
- Southeast Asia
To be eligible to be representative of a region the candidate must have lived in that region for a minimum of 1.5 years
The duties of this position include:
- Liaises with the national societies within their respective region by organizing meetings with members from the societies, emails, social media communication, phone calls, supporting their projects and attending their activities
- Communicating representative information to respective National Societies in regards to committee events and projects
- Supports their regional National Societies in utilizing the resources and support on offer in the Students™ Union
- Takes decision on representative matters together with the other regional reps
- Organize special training for next elected regional representatives
- Liaise with the Chair to hold one National Society Forum a semester
- Supported by National Societies Liaison, Society Development Coordinator
- Encourages students to join existing national societies in the Europe region or to form new one
- Encourage national societies to have their own events and socials
Furthermore it is required that each candidate submit a portfolio. Details of the portfolio are as follows:
Each regional representative must take up one of the following portfolios
- This can be done through discussion amongst themselves (apart from National Society Liaison who will be elected at the AGM)
- They MUST carry out at least one campaign on their portfolio. Failure to have begun work on it during the first semester will result in a vote of no confidence.
- They will be supported by the Campaigns and Inclusion Officer and Media Officer
The two available portfolios are:
- Mature, Post Graduate and Part-Time Students
More detailed description of the portfolios:
- Education: The objective of the representative will be to start a campaign (the duration of which is at the discretion him/her and the Campaigns and Inclusions Officer) to raise awareness and fight for and issues or suggestions international students have or face in regards to their education. Examples: Participating in the “Reclaim your Education” Demo (2012)
- Mature, Post Graduate and Part-Time Students: The objective of the representative will be to start a campaign (the duration of which is at the discretion him/her and the Campaigns and Inclusions Officer) to encourage Union involvement/ participation by International Mature, Post Graduate and Part-Time Students, and make them aware of the services and facilities available to them.