Complete an EOI NoW!

Expressions of Interest for vacant Collective Officer positions are now open. EOIs close at 11:59pm January 21 2018. Following the close of EOIs, nominations will be assessed by current Officers and where appropriate, Student Representation & Participation. For eligibility requirements and to see what positions are available click here.

Questions marked * are mandatory. 

Successful applicants will be invited to attend a leadership retreat on Feb 17-18.

Name (as it appears on University records) *
Name (as it appears on University records)
Mobile Phone *
Mobile Phone
Please note that you must be student studying at the campus you are applying for. Successful applicants will hold the position until December 31 2018.
Up to 200 words describing why you should be considered for the position you have nominated for.
Eligibility *
In submitting this EOI I declare that I am a student that meets the eligibility requirements for the nominated position(s). (PLEASE DOUBLE-CHECK THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND ENSURE IT IS FOR YOUR HOME CAMPUS).
Are you available to attend a leadership retreat on Feb 17-18?
The retreat will take place at Elanora Heights and will be fully funded by the University.
Do you wish to be kept updated on when positions become available in the future?

PLEASE ENSURE THAT yoU APPLY FOR THE CORRECT POSITION AT YOUR HOME CAMPUS AND YOU MEET THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Women's Officer must be a student at the campus for which the student is applying and identify as female.
  • Disability Officer must be a student at the campus for which the student is applying and identify as having a sensory, intellectual, physical, mental and/or other disability.
  • Queer Officer must be a student at the campus for which the student is applying and identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and/or Questioning.
  • Indigenous Officer must be a student at the campus for which the student is applying and identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
  • Ethnocultural Officer must be a student at the campus for which the student is applying and identify as having an Ethno-cultural background; being a Person of Colour (POC), or as having a Cultural and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) background.