VACANCIES

Expressions of interest for the following positions are currently open. You will be contacted if successful.
Successful candidates will receive a small honorarium fee for their proven work as assessed by the University.



BANKSTOWN

BANKSTOWN STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • International Student Representative
  • Clubs & Societies Representative

BANKSTOWN STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • Indigenous Officer | Indigenous Student Council

CAMPBELLTOWN

CAMPBELLTOWN STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • International Student Representative
  • General Representative

CAMPBELLTOWN STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • All positions are currently filled.

HAWKESBURY

HAWKESBURY STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • Postgraduate Student Representative

HAWKESBURY STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • All positions are currently filled.

PARRAMATTA

PARRAMATTA STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • General Representative 

PARRAMATTA STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • All positions are currently filled.

PENRITH

PENRITH STUDENT CAMPUS COUNCIL:

  • Clubs Representative (2 positions available)

PENRITH STUDENT COLLECTIVES:

  • All positions are currently filled.

 


W'SUP - STUDENT NEWSPAPER

  • All positions are currently filled.

HONORARIUMS

Successful applicants will only receive an honorarium fee if they prove their active involvement in their role.
The maximum annual rates are listed below:


SCC Only - $1000
SRC Only - $500
Vice President (SRC)/Vice Chair (SCC) - $1000
Chair, Secretary (SRC & SCC) - $3000
Student Editor - $2000
Collective Officer - $2000


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.
  • Student Editor must be a currently enrolled student at any Western Sydney University campus.

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

Student Editor:

There are six student editors elected each year to produce the student newspaper, W'SUP. These positions are open to currently enrolled Western Sydney University students from any campus. Editors are expected to:

  • work together to write and edit copy
  • commission work
  • place stories
  • promote W'SUP

Want to know more about becoming a student rep? Check out our FAQ.