Volunteer Officers are elected every year but unlike Full-time Officers they carry out their role alongside their studies. Each Volunteer Officer has a specific responsibility and some may represent specific groups of students. Therefore, only students who define into these specific groups can stand or vote for that position. For example, only students who self-define as a disabled can stand or vote for the Disabled Students' Officer role.
These roles are voluntary and the successful candidate will carry out the role alongside their studies. All elected officers will be provided with training, support and guidance to carry out the role and make their objectives a reality.
INDEPENDENT STUDENTS’ OFFICER
Represents students including care-leavers, estranged students, refugees, young carers and parents in education.
POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS’ OFFICER
Represents Postgraduate level students.
These Officers represent specific groups of students. Running campaigns, supporting students and acting as a source of information, they work with other Officers to ensure the needs of specific groups of students are met while protecting and extending equality for all who self-define or identify with the role.
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE (PG)
FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES (PG)
FACULTY OF EARTH AND LIFE SCIENCES (PG)
Faculty Representatives are the first point of contact for raising feedback at Faculty level. They work with the Academic Affairs Officer in representing students to the university by sitting alongside them on various committees and attending Academic Zone. They meet regularly with Academic Reps and key staff within their Faculty to raise and respond to feedback.