Women’s Part-time Officer
RUSU defines a woman as anyone who self-defines as a woman, including (if they wish) those with gender identities which include ‘woman’, and those who experience oppression as a woman.
What’s the Role?
Representing women students’ interests within the:
- NUS Women Students’ Conference
What will I be doing?
You will be acting:
As a Contact
- Key point of contact for women students
- Signpost students to the relevant services
- Engage women students with the Union’s democratic functions
- Lead a student network
As a Campaigner
A campaign can consist of events, initiatives and projects
- Run campaigns that create positive change
- Plan awareness raising events and activities
As a Representative
Represent women students’ interests within the union, university and nationally by:
- Attending university committees
- Speaking up at Student Voice
- Engaging at the NUS Women's Conference
All for the benefit of women students
What’s in it for me?
- Great networking opportunities both within the university and outside
- A chance to create positive change for current and future women students
- Build valuable relations with academic staff
- Develop skills and get experience future employers will notice
- Meet new people
Am I eligible?
If you self-define as a woman and are enrolled on a course for the 2019/2020 academic year then yes, you are!
How do I get this great role?
Well, you’ll need to nominate yourself for the role when elections open on Monday 21st January .
You’ll need to submit a short manifesto detailing what you’d like to change as Women's Officer. You can find how to write a great manifesto here.
Nominations close on the Tuesday 12th February at 3pm so don’t forget to nominate yourself by then!
Part-time Officer role and Time Commitment