Officer Elections

Democratic Review

Student Leader Elections 2020

Be a leader, not a follower

Each year, you elect a team of student Officers who represent your views and look to make a positive impact on your University experience, helping make it the best it can be.

We've got some exciting new positions in the running for spring elections, as well as a bye-election for the LGBT+ Officer.

So if you've got some big ideas to make a change in your SU, now's your chance. By becoming an Officer, you'll have the opportunity to turn your ideas into actions, making a difference to your student community.

Nominations open at 9am on Monday 30 March, and anyone can stand for election. You’ve just got to be:

  • Passionate
  • Motivated
  • Full of big ideas to make a difference to your Students' Union
  • Sound like you? Visit our nominations page by 12 noon Wednesday 8 April to get your name down and submit your manifesto by 12 noon Thursday 9 April.

    Union Development Officer

    Collaborates with all the other Officers and works with SU staff to deliver Union Policy and projects that improve student life. They’re also the point of contact for students, the University and anyone who wants to know more about your SU.

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    Alongside Networks and Part-Time Officers, the Liberation Officer makes sure underrepresented students are heard, and campaigns for better access, inclusion and involvement for these students.

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    Welfare and
    Wellbeing Officer

    The Welfare and Wellbeing Officer heads up the Welfare Network, works with key student groups around welfare, and campaigns to improve the health, safety and support available to students throughout their time at University.

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    LGBT+ Officer

    The LGBT+ Officer is here to represent all students who are part of the LGBT+ community, as well as those students who don’t conform with heteronormative and cis-normative expectations of society

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