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Want to make a difference at Bath Spa?
If you're a student at Bath Spa in 2020/21, you can run for one of our part-time, voluntary roles within the Union - be a Senior Academic Rep or an Equality and Campaigns Rep. Or are you looking for a full-time paid opportunity and think you could be a great Sabbatical Officer? This could be an opportunity for you to make a difference as well as build up some useful skills for your CV. Check out our role descriptions for paid and voluntary roles below:
Want to learn more? Come to one of our Election Events
Are you thinking about running in the elections? Have a look at the rules and regulations that make it a fair process.
Do you know a friend who could be the next student leader? If so let us know here and we can send them some more information.
Key Dates to look out for:
- Monday 10th February 10:00 AM – Nominations Open for Student Leader roles
- Friday 28th February 12:00 PM – Nominations Close
- Wednesday 4th March 12:00PM - Deadline for Manifestos
- Monday 9th March 10:00 AM – Voting Opens
- Thursday 12th March 16:00 PM – Voting Closes
Club and Society Election nominations will open 20th April and voting will take place the week of 4th May. Course Reps will be selected after the Easter holidays.
Sabbatical Officers lead the Students' Union. They are Bath Spa students who have been elected by other students to work full-time in the Union. Each is responsible for a different area of the Union's activities whilst also being on the Board of Trustees.
They are the voice of the underrepresented groups of students at Bath Spa University. They campaign for equality, celebrate diversity and bring everybody together. This is a voluntary role alongside your course.
They are the lead representatives on issues relating to teaching, learning, academic quality and the general academic welfare of students within their discipline. This is a voluntary role alongside your course.
You must be a current student to take part in the elections.
For some roles you may need to study within a certain School or course or self-define under a certain equality group to participate. If you are a current student and you are not able to take part in this election, please e-mail email@example.com or contact the Students' Union reception.
To find out more about the rules for elections please see the Elections Regulations or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.