SU President Falmouth 24/25
Listed by Falmouth & Exeter Students' Union
Application deadline: Fri 16 Feb 2024 17:00
You have to be nominated and voted into this role in Sabbatical Elections 2024. The nominations period is open from Monday 22 January to Friday 16 February.
Full-time, 35 hours per week, all year
Usually, to be worked on a 7 hour a day basis, Monday to Friday although some evening and weekend work will be required.
You have to be nominated and voted into this role in the Sabbatical Elections 2024. The nominations period is open from Monday 22 January to Friday 16 February.
This is a time for anyone interested in being a candidate in the election to consider what their priority would be for their time in the role and how they plan to win the votes of students.
Voting is open from Monday 26 February to Thursday 29 February.
Getting students voting is a key part of the sabbatical election. By voting in the election, you have your say on the key priorities of the union for next academic year.
To be the recognised academic representative for members for Falmouth University, attending high-level meetings.
Represent student views to Falmouth University, FX Plus, local and national bodies.
To consult with the student members, both formally and informally, and represent their interests appropriately.
To be a Sabbatical Trustee of the Students’ Union ensuring the organisation is fulfilling its charitable purpose.
To support the development of the Falmouth University Student Rep system.
Work closely with the other Sabbatical Officers on joint priority campaigns to improve the student experience.
Work closely with the VP President roles, jointly working on projects and delegating as appropriate.
Want to be a candidate? You can find out more information about this role here: President Falmouth Job Description Pack.
You can also click here to find out more information about Sabbatical Elections 2024.