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Arts SU Leadership Elections 2022

Your Students’ Union holds annual elections to allow you to choose your student leaders for the next academic year. There are six Full-Time Student Officers (also Sabbatical Trustees) who will work on a full-time basis, taking a break from their studies or immediately after graduation and twenty-four Part-Time School Representatives who will work on a voluntary basis alongside their ongoing studies. These representatives are your voice and act on your behalf in the Union, University and wider community fighting for you on an institutional, local and national level. Candidates produce publicity that contains the ideas and principles of their campaigns. They produce these to help inform your vote – showcasing how they will represent you and address your needs.

The polls have closed.

Chelsea, Camberwell & Wimbledon Officer

The Chelsea, Camberwell & Wimbledon (CCW) College Officer is the lead representative of the Students’ Union and UAL students within their college. They work with staff and students including school and course reps to regularly review key student issues as well as lead vibrant and engaging priorities or campaigns that meet the needs of UAL students.

Link to the Job Description. 

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Central Saint Martins' Officer

The Central Saint Martins (CSM) College Officer is the lead representative of the Students’ Union and UAL students within their college. They work with staff and students including school and course reps to regularly review key student issues as well as lead vibrant and engaging priorities or campaigns that meet the needs of UAL students.

Link to the Job Description. 

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London College of Communication Officer

The London College of Communication (LCC) College Officer is the lead representative of the Students’ Union and UAL students within their college. They work with staff and students including school and course reps to regularly review key student issues as well as lead vibrant and engaging priorities or campaigns which meet the needs of UAL students.

Link to the Job Description.  

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London College of Fashion Officer

The London College of Fashion (LCF) College Officer is the lead representative of the Students’ Union and UAL students within their college. They work with staff and students including school and course reps to regularly review key student issues as well as lead vibrant and engaging priorities or campaigns which meet the needs of UAL students.

Link to the Job Description. 

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Student Communities Officer

The Student Communities Officer is the lead representative of student communities at UAL covering sports, societies, study, liberation and personal identity. They work with staff and students including committee members to encourage students to engage in creating and developing the communities to which they identify.

Link to the Job Description. 

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Union Affairs Officer

The Union Affairs Officer is the public voice of the Students’ Union and UAL students on central university issues. They work with officers, staff and students to regularly review key student issues as well as lead vibrant and engaging priorities or campaigns that meet the needs of UAL students.

Link to the Job Description. 

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School Rep: CCW ¦ Art (2 places)

The two School Reps for CCW Art will work closely with the CCW College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

Courses in CCW School of Art

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art (CCW) 

  • MA Fine Art (CCW) 

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art: Computational Arts 

  • MA Fine Art: Computational Arts 

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art: Drawing 

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting 

  • MA Fine Art: Painting 

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art: Photography 

  • MA Fine Art: Photography 

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art: Sculpture 

  • MA Fine Art: Sculpture 

  • MA Fine Art: Printmaking 

  • MA Curating and Collections 

  • Grad Diploma Fine Art 

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School Rep: CCW ¦ Design (2 places)

The two School Reps for CCW Design will work closely with the CCW College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent students' academic experience.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

Courses in the CWW School of Design

  • BA (Hons) Graphic Design 

  • BA (Hons) Graphic Design Communication 

  • MA Graphic Design Communication 

  • Graduate Diploma Graphic Design Communication 

  • BA (Hons) Illustration 

  • MA Illustration 

  • Graduate Diploma Illustration 

  • BA (Hons) Interior & Spatial Design 

  • MA Interior and Spatial Design 

  • BA (Hons) Interior Design 

  • Graduate Diploma Interior Design 

  • MA Designer Maker 

  • BA Product & Furniture Design 

  • BA (Hons) Textile Design 

  • MA Textile Design 

  • Graduate Diploma Textile Design 

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School Rep: CCW ¦ Performance & Foundation (2 places)

The two School Reps for CCW Performance and Foundation will work closely with the CCW College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent students' academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

Courses in CCW Performance & Foundation

  • BA (Hons) Acting and Performance? 

  • BA (Hons) Contemporary Theatre and Performance 

  • BA (Hons) Costume for Theatre and Screen  

  • BA (Hons) Creative Technical Theatre 

  • BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen  

  • BA (Hons) Technical Arts for Theatre & Performance 

  • BA (Hons) Theatre Design  

  • MA Theatre and Production Design 

  • Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (CCW) 

  • Foundation Diploma in Art and Design Plus (CCW) 

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School Rep: CSM ¦ Art & Performance (2 places)

The two School/Department Reps for CSM Art and Performance will work closely with the CSM College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: CSM ¦ C&E, GCD, Spatial Practices (2 places)

The two School/Department Reps for CSM C&E, GCD & Spatial Practices will work closely with the CSM College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: CSM ¦ Fashion, JTM, PCID (2 places)

The two School/Department Reps for CSM Fashion, JTM & PCID will work closely with the CSM College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: LCC ¦ Design (2 places)

The two School Reps for LCC Design will work closely with the LCC College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: LCC ¦ Media (2 places)

The two School Reps for LCC Media will work closely with the LCC College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: LCC ¦ Screen (2 places)

The two School Reps for LCC Screen will work closely with the LCC College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: LCF ¦ Design & Technology (2 places)

The two School Reps for LCF Design & Technology will work closely with the LCF College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: LCF ¦ Fashion Business (2 places)

As a School Rep for LCF Fashion Business will work closely with the LCF College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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School Rep: LCF ¦ Media & Communication (2 places)

The two School Reps for LCF Media & Communication will work closely with the LCF College Officer, Course Reps and other school reps to represent the student's academic interests and experiences.

Role Purpose

There are two School Reps per school. As a School Rep you will have three main responsibilities:  

  • Represent the views of students at school and College level and feedback the outcomes of discussions to the student body.  

  • Build relationships with course reps and key staff within the school gathering specific information and ideas around students' academic and learning experiences. 

  • Actively promote student participation with the Students’ Union in activities, programme/school development, commenting critically but constructively on issues related to learning, teaching and community.  

You will be passionate about representing UAL students and in your everyday work you will be promoting student activities, advocating, and representing students and initiating changes across UAL to better the University experience in the school.  

Role Duties 

  • Support and meet Course Reps throughout the year to support their feedback and issues they raise – for you to take forward.  

  • Represent the Students’ Union at specific UAL meetings (relevant to the role)  to raise feedback at a school level as well as any ad-hoc invitations to college-level meetings.  

  • Meet with the College Officer, School Dean and Associate Dean of Student Experience once a term.  

  • Support the Students’ Union with engagement activities and community development within the school/programmes.  

  • Contribute towards the feedback received through the Students’ Union democratic processes and communication channels (I.e Student & Dean Forums). 

  • Complete a termly diary with feedback you have gathered from course reps and raised to University staff.  

  • Opportunities to get involved in further University and Union activities.  

Eligibility  

  • If you are a current student at UAL between September 2022 – May 2023 If you are eligible to apply. No previous experience is required, but lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn are essential 
    *If you are a MA student or graduate in January, please contact the SU team at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk to confirm your eligibility.  
     

  • You must have received the most votes in the Leadership Elections 2022 to be democratically elected to this role as the School Rep.  
    *As a candidate in the election, you will be supported by SU staff through this process and receive guidance/resources to support your candidacy.  

Role requirements  

  • If elected, you’ll hold this post from 20th June 2022 – 30th June 2023. 

  •  Before 20th June 2023, you may have a short handover and be required to complete minor work with current Sabbatical Officers. 

  • You will need to be able to commit 1-2 hours a week during term time for the role.  

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