Guild Policy Development Group Members
Guild Policy Development Group is responsible for formulating, developing and debating Guild Policy. The Group plays a key role in the “Your Ideas” process. It is responsible for considering all of the ideas submitted in a given cycle and checking them for financial/reputational or legal issues.
In the 2018-19 academic year the positions to be elected are:
|BME student representative member
|Woman student representative member
|Postgraduate student representative member
By standing for the Postgraduate member position, it is expected that you are either a postgraduate taught or postgraduate research student.
The BME and Woman representative members are all self-defined roles. It is expected that by standing for that role, you self-define into one of those groups.
NUS Conference Delegate
Delegates to National Union of Students conferences have a role in setting the agenda for the wider student movement, by voting on policy and suggesting policy ideas of their own.
By attending an NUS Conference, you can have a say on the issues that will matter to you. It is also a great opportunity to network with delegates from Unions across the UK.
Delegates will be elected for:
|Black Students’ Conference
||16th -17th March 2019
||5th - 6th March 2019
The above dates are those released by NUS and are correct at the time of print. These dates may be subject to slight changes beyond the Guild’s control.
Candidates are asked to ensure they are available to attend the dates above before nominating themselves for the role of NUS Delegate.
By nominating yourself, it is expected that you fall into one of the categories above – including via self-definition where appropriate for liberation roles.
If you are unsure whether you are eligible to stand, or would like more information on the above before submitting a nomination, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Appointments Panel Member
The Appointments Panel is responsible for recruiting and selecting new Trustees for the Guild of Students. The Trustees have ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the Guild is legally and financially compliant and for monitoring the overall organisational strategy.
As a member of the Appointments Panel, you can ensure the needs of students are represented during this process, and will continue to remain at the heart of the student experience.
There is one open place roles available.