It’s that time of year again, and School Rep applications for the 2022-23 academic year are officially OPEN!
This year, we’re recruiting 2 Undergraduate School Reps and 1 Postgraduate Taught School Rep in each of our 11 Schools, plus one to represent students studying in The College. We would love you to be part of the team!
So, what is a School Rep?
A School Rep is an elected individual who works closely with Subject Reps to represent all students in their School. They’re supported by Students’ Union Education Officer, the Student Voice Team, and key University staff to make a real difference to the Swansea experience and ensure the student voice is represented.
School Reps attend meetings with staff in their School, the Students’ Union, and they even contribute to important University-level committees.
School Reps also work closely with the Students’ Union and University to support crucial campaigns such as StudyAid and the Big Swansea Survey.
The ideal candidates will be passionate, hardworking, reliable, and keen to make a difference.
What do I get out of it?
This position comes with a £300 bursary, paid at the end of the year if you complete at least the Bronze HEAR Award. Details of the award can be found in the Rep Handbook.
Having experience of being a School Rep and representing students will look attractive to future employers, plus you will make new friends, develop infinite skills, and of course attend Rep socials!
How do I apply?
If you’re interested in a position, please complete this online application form. Applications close at midday on Friday 1st July.
If you are successful at the application stage, you’ll be invited to attend an informal interview sometime in the week commencing 11th July.
We welcome applicants from all year groups, not just final year students.
If you’d like to discuss this further or get some more information, just email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Communications and Content Development Officer Monday June 20th, 2022
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