VACANCIES 

Expressions of interest for vacant positions are now closed. 

 


BANKSTOWN

BANKSTOWN STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • General Student Representative (5 positions available)
  • International Student Representative
  • Residential Student Representative
  • Clubs & Societies Representative (2 positions available)

BANKSTOWN STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • Queer Officer | Queer Collective
  • Ethnocultural Officer | Ethnocultural Collective
  • Indigenous Officer | Indigenous Student Council

CAMPBELLTOWN

CAMPBELLTOWN STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • General Student Representative (3 positions available)
  • International Student Representative
  • Residential Student Representative
  • Clubs & Societies Representative (2 positions available)

CAMPBELLTOWN STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • Disability Officer | Disability Collective
  • Ethnocultural Officer | Ethnocultural Collective
  • Indigenous Officer | Indigenous Student Council

HAWKESBURY

HAWKESBURY STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • General Student Representative (2 positions available)
  • International Student Representative
  • Residential Student Representative
  • Postgraduate Student Representative

HAWKESBURY STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • Disability Officer | Disability Collective
  • Queer Officer | Queer Collective
  • Ethnocultural Officer | Ethnocultural Collective
  • Indigenous Officer | Indigenous Student Council

PARRAMATTA

PARRAMATTA STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • General Student Representative
  • Residential Student Representative
  • Clubs & Societies Representative

PARRAMATTA STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • Disability Officer | Disability Collective
  • Women's Officer | Women's Collective
  • Ethnocultural Officer | Ethnocultural Collective
  • Indigenous Officer | Indigenous Student Council

PENRITH

PENRITH STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • General Student Representative (3 positions available)
  • Residential Student Representative
  • Postgraduate Student Representative
  • Clubs Representative (2 positions available)

PENRITH STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • Ethnocultural Officer | Ethnocultural Collective
  • Queer Officer | Queer Collective
  • Disability Officer | Disability Collective

 


Successful applicants will receive a small honorarium fee for their proven work undertaken each semester as assessed by the University.


ELIGIBILITY

  • General Representative must be a campus student at the campus for which the student is applying.
  • Postgraduate Representative must be a postgraduate student at the campus for which the student is applying.
  • International Representative must be an international student at the campus for which the student is applying.
  • Residential Student Representative must be a campus student and living on the campus for which the student is applying.
  • Clubs and Societies Representatives must be a student at the campus for which the student is applying and also a member of a club or society affiliated to the University.
  • 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.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The role of each Student Campus Council is to:

  • identify, advance and promote the interest of campus students;
  • promote the participation of campus students in, and the consideration of, matters affecting their interests;
  • afford a recognised means of communication between the students and the academic and non-academic arms of the University;
  • provide input and direction to the coordination of campus activities and events in conjunction with the Campus Life Committees;
  • publish, in hard copy or electronically, from time to time, a journal, newsletter, newspaper or other publications to communicate to campus students, and liaise and
  • work closely with the Campus Provost, academic staff, non-academic staff, and the University in reference to campus based student related matters

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