Leadership Race 2020

This election is for the members of Staffordshire University Students' Union to choose their Full-Time Officers and Student Group Leaders for the 2020/21 academic year. Voters can also put a list of student priorities in order to help the Union understand what's important to them.

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Full-Time Officer (4 places)

The Elected Officer Team are representatives of every Staffs Uni student. Those who are elected to this role will take a full year out of their studies (a sabbatical) to work solely on taking the student voice forward and creating a #BetterStaffs for everyone! As an Officer you receive a salary and will spend time leading Gamechangers, networking with key decision makers at the University and lobbying on students' wants and needs at key Boards & Committees. Officers are also Trustees of t
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Your Union Priorities (5 places)

You can vote for your Union Priorities! Tell us what you think should be the Students' Union top priorities!
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DEPARTMENT REP - Biology

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Business School (2 places)

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Computing

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Criminal Justice & Forensic Science

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Education

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Engineering and Design

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Film, Media & Journalism

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Games & Visual Effects

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Humanities and the Arts

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Institute of Policing

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Law

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Midwifery & Allied Health Professions

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Nursing

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Psychology

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Social Work & Social Welfare

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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DEPARTMENT REP - Sport & Exercise

Department Reps represent groups of courses across related fields (e.g. Fine Art is a course withing the Humanities & Arts Department). As well as talking to students and Course Reps in their department, these reps also meet with more senior staff (like the Head of Department and Associate Deans of Students). They also have regular meetings with Full-Time Officers and sit on your Union's Representative Council.
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Cheerleading Club - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Dance Club - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Equestrian Club - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Mountaineering Club - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Airsoft Society - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Pole & Aerial Arts Club - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Snowsports Club - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Snowsports Club - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

               

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RAMS (Rock, Alternative, Metal) Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Staffs Smash - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Club or Society. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Club/Society.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Theme Park Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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VGU (Video Games Union) - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Pole & Aerial Arts Club - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Poker Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Postgraduate Students' Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Myth Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Club or Society. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Club/Society.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Pagan Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Airsoft Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Vegan & Vegetarian Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Redeemed Christian Student Fellowship - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Staffordshire Re-enactment Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Project Earth Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

               

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Genre Month Film Production - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Growing Concern - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Islamic Soc - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Korean Culture Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

               

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Labour Students Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

               

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Pokemon Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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CoppaFeel! Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Debating Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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DOTA 2 Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Esports Events Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Mature, Parent and Carer Students' Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Fashion Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Humanities Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Mountaineering Club - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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MARVEL & DC Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Multi-Cultural Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Fight Club - Communications Officer

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Creative Writing Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Film and Media Society - Communications Officer

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Idol Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

ENGAGEMENT

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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FACS (Forensic & Crime Science Society) - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Game Development Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

               

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Guild of Assassins - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Law Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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LGBT+ Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Equestrian Club - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Engineering Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Distance Learning Students' Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Education Society - Communications Officer

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Dance Club - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Commuter and Part Time Students' Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Disabled Students' Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Cheerleading Club - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Biology Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Christian Union - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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African Caribbean Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Amateur Dramatics Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

 

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Apprenticeship Students' Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

Main duties of the Communications Officer

Liaising with the Manager to plan meetings, events, socials and activities

Taking overall responsibility for the submission of required documentation to the Students’ Union or other partners, within the required time constraints

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with activities, challenges or successes from the Student Group

Working closely with the SU Marketing Team to promote and develop the image of the Student Group

Planning and Managing Activities to support recruitment to the Student Group

Responding to all Student Group Member correspondence

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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VGU (Video Games Union) - ESports Officer

Overseeing Esports (competitive) gaming within the VGU.
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Mature, Parent and Carer Students' Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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VGU (Video Games Union) - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

               

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Project Earth Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Vegan & Vegetarian Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Airsoft Society - Finance Officer

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Staffordshire Re-enactment Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Pokemon Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Redeemed Christian Student Fellowship - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Korean Culture Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Labour Students Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Growing Concern - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Islamic Soc - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Genre Month Film Production - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

               

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Creative Writing Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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CoppaFeel! Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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DOTA 2 Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Esports Events Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Cosplay & Convention Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Treasurer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Activities Team

Liaise with the Students’ Union Activities and Finance Teams

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

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Debating Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Pagan Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Myth Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Treasurer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Postgraduate Students' Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Poker Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Pole & Aerial Arts Club - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Theme Park Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Staffs Smash - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Treasurer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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RAMS (Rock, Alternative, Metal) Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Snowsports Club - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Apprenticeship Students' Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Amateur Dramatics Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

 

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African Caribbean Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Christian Union - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Biology Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Cheerleading Club - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Disabled Students' Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Boxing Club - Club Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Boxing Club - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Digital Art Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Hip Hop - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Dance Club - Dance Captain

Dance Captain will support the Manager and Committee in recruitment as well as liaising with choreographers. You'll also help with Competition preparation and look to help the team improve on previous years.
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Accommodation Students' Network - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Accommodation Students' Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Accommodation Students' Network - Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Alternative Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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DJ Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Design Society - Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Design Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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DJ Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Alternative Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Digital Art Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Boxing Club - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Commuter and Part Time Students' Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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DJ Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Digital Art Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Alternative Society - Society Manager

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Design Society - Society Manager

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Dance Club - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Education Society - Finance Officer

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Distance Learning Students' Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Engineering Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Equestrian Club - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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LGBT+ Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Law Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Guild of Assassins - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Game Development Society - Finance Officer

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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FACS (Forensic & Crime Science Society) - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Idol Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Film and Media Society - Finance Officer

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Fight Club - Finance Officer

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Multi-Cultural Network - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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MARVEL & DC Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Mountaineering Club - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Humanities Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Fashion Society - Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.

Main duties of the Finance Officer

Overseeing and managing budgets, accounts and financial statements, supported by the Student Engagement Team

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team, updating them with plans for expenses, purchases and the Student Group balances

Ensure that all accounting activities are managing in accordance to current Students’ Union policy and procedures

Develop and implement a fundraising strategy, if deemed appropriate by the committee

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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LGBT+ Network - Gender Identity Welfare Officer

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Multi-Cultural Network - Network Manager

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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LGBT+ Network - Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Apprenticeship Students' Network - Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Commuter and Part Time Students' Network - Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Disabled Students' Network - Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Distance Learning Students' Network - Network Manager

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The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Postgraduate Students' Network - Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Mature, Parent and Carer Students' Network - Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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VGU (Video Games Union) - Recreational Officer

Overseeing recreational gaming within the VGU.
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CoppaFeel! Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Creative Writing Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Staffordshire Re-enactment Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Vegan & Vegetarian Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Project Earth Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Genre Month Film Production - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Korean Culture Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Islamic Soc - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Growing Concern - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Labour Students Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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MARVEL & DC Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Pokemon Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Redeemed Christian Student Fellowship - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Debating Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Esports Events Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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DOTA 2 Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Fight Club - Society Manager

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Education Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Film and Media Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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RAMS (Rock, Alternative, Metal) Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Idol Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Myth Society - Society Manager

The Society Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Society has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Pagan Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Poker Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Staffs Smash - Society Manager

The Society Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Society has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level. Main du

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Theme Park Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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VGU (Video Games Union) - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Engineering Society - Society Manager

The Society Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Society has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Christian Union - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Biology Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

 

 

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African Caribbean Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Amateur Dramatics Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

 

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Guild of Assassins - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Law Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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FACS (Forensic & Crime Science Society) - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Voice Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Game Development Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out.

The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Fashion Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.

Main duties of the Manager

To hold overall responsibilities for the operations, activities and financing of the Student Group

To manage the Committee and any Sub-Committee to fulfil the purpose of the Student Group, always maintaining high levels of Equality and Diversity

Keep in regular contact with the Student Engagement Team with plans for the Student Group and members

To ensure that the policies and procedures of the Students’ Union are always adhered to and in all activities and events

To represent the Student Group, on occasion, as it’s spokesperson at, for example, Student Council or local forum meetings

To promote the mission and values of the Students’ Union at all times

To lead the development of continual student-led organisations, through planning and organisation

To operate your group with a mind to the environmental, ethical and sustainability aims of the Students’ Union, thinking about your group’s impact on the planet

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Humanities Society - Society Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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Women's Network - Women's Network Communications Officer

The role of the Communications Officer is to support the Manager in ensuring the smooth functioning of the Student Group. Given these responsibilities, the Communications Officer often acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying past practice and decisions; confirming legal requirements; and promoting the activities of the Student Group.
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Women's Network - Women's Network Finance Officer

The Finance Officer has a watchdog role over all aspects of financial management, working closely with other members of the Management Committee to safeguard the organisation's finances. Given these responsibilities, the Finance Officer typically acts as an information and reference point for the Manager and other committee members: clarifying financial implications of proposals; confirming legal requirements; outlining the current financial status; and retrieving relevant documentation.
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Women's Network - Women's Network Manager

The Student Group Manager is a key role on any voluntary Management Committee. The Manager must ensure that the Group has full participation during meetings/events, that all relevant matters are explored and that effective decisions are made and carried out. The role of a Manager is time consuming, with work between meetings, external representation of the organisation, and work with staff. Managing a large student-led organisation requires diplomatic and leadership skills of a high level.
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