SRC positions available
Positions Available in the Spring Elections 2013
Vice President (Education)
Vice President (Student Activities)
Vice President (Student Support)
Postgraduate Convenor – Arts
Postgraduate Convenor – MVLS
Postgraduate Convenor – Social Sciences
Postgraduate Convenor – Science & Engineering
Postgraduate Taught Convenor
Undergraduate Convenor – Arts
Undergraduate Convenor – MVLS
Undergraduate Convenor – Social Sciences
Undergraduate Convenor – Science & Engineering
Welfare and Equal Opportunities Officers
Age Equality Officer
Charities, Clubs and Societies Officer
Students with Disabilities Officer
Gender Equality Officer
International Students Officer
Sexual Orientation Equality Officer
Race Equality Officer
School Representative – Business
School Representative – Culture and Creative Arts
School Representative – Chemistry
School Representative – Computing
School Representative – Critical Studies
School Representative – Education
School Representative – Engineering
School Representative – Geographical & Earth Science
School Representative – Humanities
School Representative – Law
School Representative – Life Sciences
School Representative – Mathematics and Statistics
School Representative – Medicine
School Representative – Modern Languages and Culture
School Representative – Physics and Astronomy
School Representative – Psychology
School Representative – Social and Political Sciences
School Representative – Veterinary Medicine
The nominations forms required to nominate yourself for a position will be posted here when nominations open on the 11th February 2013. Nominations close on 22th February 2013
How do I find out more about Council and the SRC?
The best way to find out about Council is to read rest of the ‘About SRC’ section of the website, and to speak to current Council Members. Have a look at the rest of the website, too, to find out about each aspect of the SRC’s work. If you have specific questions, you can ask one of the sabbatical officers, whose contact details can be found here.
What does each position entail?
Each position comes with different responsibilities attached to it, and different positions represent different demographics of students. For details about each position, click here.
How much time does a position on Council take up?
To a great extent, how much time you will spend working in the position depends on how much time you are willing to dedicate.
There are particular responsibilities required of all Council Members. There are a minimum of 6, evening Council Meetings every year which you will be expected to attend. Your role also requires you to regularly communicate with the demographic you represent(e.g. clubs and societies, or disabled students): updating them on what’s happening at the SRC, finding out what improvements they would like to see made to the University, and working with Council and the Sabbatical team to achieve this.
It is extremely difficult to give a ball-park figure of how long you will spend performing SRC-related work. On average you may spend around 3 hours per week on this. This will vary depending on what the SRC is working on, and how much commitment you are willing to give.
If you are a Sabbatical officer, and thus in a salaried position, you will Work around 34 hours per week