Union Elections 2019

Every year you are given the opportunity to elect fellow students to lead your Students’ Union.

Nominations close at 12:00 on Friday 22 February 2019 (in 19 hours)

Only the posts you are eligible to stand or vote for are shown. Show all posts.

Union President

The Union President is the political head of the organisation, representing students' interests to University staff, local and national Government and within the National Union of Students.
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Sports President

The Sports President leads the Sports Union, working with all teams and athletes. They also work with the University to improve on-campus sporting facilities, develop teams and individuals and most importantly, #bleedgreen!
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Vice President Communities

The VP Communities is responsible for Clubs and Societies, working with individual clubs to improve their membership and activities, and increasing engagement between the student body and the wider Stirling community. They also work across housing, sustainability and volunteering.
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Vice President Education

The VP Education represents the academic interests of students, ensuring that you have a positive learning experience at Stirling. They oversee the academic representative structure of the Union, including the Faculty Officer and Module Rep networks.
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Engagement Officer

To work directly with relevant sabbatical officers to continually promote and develop the course representative network.
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Post Graduate Officer

This Officer is responsible for connecting the Postgraduate students at Stirling with the campaigns and activity of their Union, generating engagement and understanding that the Union is for all students' needs.
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Non-Traditional Students' Officer

To identify and organise campaigns to raise awareness of the relevant issues affecting alternative students (defined as those students entering University from any origin other than Secondary School).
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Co-Curricular Officer

This Officer liaises with clubs and societies, charitable organisations, community projects and volunteering. They also work to promote the opportunities and skills that being involved in co-curricular activities can bring.
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Housing Officer

The Housing Officer is responsible for overseeing University of Stirling students’ issues relating to public and private housing.
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International Officer

This Officer will be responsible for identifying and organising campaigns to raise awareness of the relevant issues affecting International students. They will make themselves available and recognisable to the student population so they can bring up relevant issues with the Sabbatical team.
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Sustainability Officer

This Officer works to champion the Union's environmental campaigns and activities whilst embedding the Union's work on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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Media Officer

To ensure that the media societies are working together and act as an effective link between the Executive Council and the media societies.
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Health & Wellbeing Officer

The Health & Wellbeing Officer is responsible for the promotion of physical, mental, social and sexual well being to all students. In collaboration with the Sports President, they are expected to run campaigns that focus on students' well being.
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Sports Union Communications Officer

This Officer will communicate the activities of the sport zone to the student body and a wider audience. They will also represent the views of the membership on sports activities and assist the Sport President in fulfilling their remit.
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Sports Union Participation and Engagement Officer

The Sports Participation and Engagement Officer is responsible for encouraging all students to participate in Sports Zone activities, particularly those who have not traditionally engaged with the Zone. They are also expected to assist the Sports President in promoting employability activities and campaigns to clubs and teams.
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