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SU Leadership Elections 2019

As a democratic organisation, it is a fundamental principle that the Students’ Union is led by students who are elected by students. This means that the leadership and the way the organisation is run is determined by the preferences and votes of the student body. All students are eligible to vote and therefore to influence the way their students' union is run.

Nominations close at 12:00 on Thursday 7 March 2019 (in 17 days)

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

President

President of Worcester Students' Union for the 2019/20 Academic Year

The full role description of the President can be found in the relevant factsheet at https://www.worcsu.com/yourvoice/elections/positions/

In submitting your nomination you hereby agree to adhere to all of the rules and regulations set out by the:
1) Election Rules and Candidates Pledge of Fair Play
2) Trustee Eligibility Declaration (only applicable to nominees of full time officer positions.)

It is essential that all nominees attend the Candidates’ Briefing from 17:15 – 18:45 on Friday 8th March in EE2035. Your Campaign team members will be required to attend a parrallel session in EE1026. Alternatively campaign team members can attend a session at 15:00 on Monday 11th March in EE1106 (Cotswold A)

If you are genuinely unable to attend, you must notify j.stilgoe@worc.ac.uk before the briefing to make an alternative arrangement.

Failure to attend will be reported to the Elections Committee and may result in you being ineligible to be a candidate for election.

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Vice President Education

Vice President Education of Worcester Students' Union for the 2019/20 Academic Year

The full role description of the VP Education can be found in the relevant factsheet at https://www.worcsu.com/yourvoice/elections/positions/

In submitting your nomination you hereby agree to adhere to all of the rules and regulations set out by the:
1) Election Rules and Candidates Pledge of Fair Play
2) Trustee Eligibility Declaration (only applicable to nominees of full time officer positions.)

It is essential that all nominees attend the Candidates’ Briefing from 17:15 – 18:45 on Friday 8th March in EE2035. Your Campaign team members will be required to attend a parrallel session in EE1026. Alternatively campaign team members can attend a session at 15:00 on Monday 11th March in EE1106 (Cotswold A)

If you are genuinely unable to attend, you must notify j.stilgoe@worc.ac.uk before the briefing to make an alternative arrangement.

Failure to attend will be reported to the Elections Committee and may result in you being ineligible to be a candidate for election.

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Vice President Student Activities

Vice President Student Activities of Worcester Students' Union for the 2019/20 Academic Year

The full role description of the VP Student Activities can be found in the relevant factsheet at https://www.worcsu.com/yourvoice/elections/positions/

In submitting your nomination you hereby agree to adhere to all of the rules and regulations set out by the:
1) Election Rules and Candidates Pledge of Fair Play
2) Trustee Eligibility Declaration (only applicable to nominees of full time officer positions.)

It is essential that all nominees attend the Candidates’ Briefing from 17:15 – 18:45 on Friday 8th March in EE2035. Your Campaign team members will be required to attend a parrallel session in EE1026. Alternatively campaign team members can attend a session at 15:00 on Monday 11th March in EE1106 (Cotswold A)

If you are genuinely unable to attend, you must notify j.stilgoe@worc.ac.uk before the briefing to make an alternative arrangement.

Failure to attend will be reported to the Elections Committee and may result in you being ineligible to be a candidate for election.

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