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KeeleSU Elections 2020

KeeleSU is run by students, for students, and every year at KeeleSU we hold elections so that you can decide on a team of student officers to lead KeeleSU for the next academic year. You can STAND in the KeeleSU Elections by submitting a nomination here. Voting is open from the 25th February at 9am and closes on the 28 February at 5pm with results announced on Friday night in the Scruffy Squirrel.

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Activities and Community Officer

The Activities and Community Officer sits on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union, paying specific attention to issues affecting the student experience at Keele. This includes, but is not limited to, Societies, Volunteering and community engagement.

Constitutional requirements of a Student Trustee (defined in Article 35 of the constitution).

 

Key Responsibilities of Trustees. The Trustees shall:

  • At all times act in the best interests of KeeleSU.
  • Ensure that the Union complies with its governing documents, all applicable laws and statutory regulations or any regulations of any governmental, quasi-governmental, supra-national or other competent agency (including, without limitation, all health and safety legislation) in force from time to time.
  • Ensure that KeeleSU’s governance is of the highest possible standard and quality.
  • Be guardians of all KeeleSUs assets, both tangible and intangible, taking all due care over their security, deployment and proper application.
  • Work in partnership with other Trustees, the Operations Managers and other senior staff in ensuring that KeeleSU has a clear vision, mission and strategic direction and is focused on their delivery.
  • Ensure there are effective mechanisms in place to:
  1. listen to the views of current and future Members;
  2. ensure student views are at the heart of everything the University does;
  3. evidence the impact of KeeleSU on the diverse student membership;
  4. review the external environment for changes that might affect KeeleSU;
  5. continually re-assess the need for KeeleSU and the services it does or could provide and review regularly against its strategic plan and charitable objectives.

 

Other Duties of the trustees

  • In addition to the above duties, each Trustee should use any specific skills, knowledge or experience they have to help the Board of Trustees reach sound decisions. 
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Athletic Union and Sport Officer

The Athletic Union and Sport Officer (AU and Sport) sits on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union, paying specific attention to issues relating to the health and fitness of Keele students.

Constitutional requirements of a Student Trustee (defined in Article 35 of the constitution).

 

Key Responsibilities of Trustees. The Trustees shall:

  • At all times act in the best interests of KeeleSU.
  • Ensure that the Union complies with its governing documents, all applicable laws and statutory regulations or any regulations of any governmental, quasi-governmental, supra-national or other competent agency (including, without limitation, all health and safety legislation) in force from time to time.
  • Ensure that KeeleSU’s governance is of the highest possible standard and quality.
  • Be guardians of all KeeleSUs assets, both tangible and intangible, taking all due care over their security, deployment and proper application.
  • Work in partnership with other Trustees, the Operations Managers and other senior staff in ensuring that KeeleSU has a clear vision, mission and strategic direction and is focused on their delivery.
  • Ensure there are effective mechanisms in place to:
  1. listen to the views of current and future Members;
  2. ensure student views are at the heart of everything the University does;
  3. evidence the impact of KeeleSU on the diverse student membership;
  4. review the external environment for changes that might affect KeeleSU;
  5. continually re-assess the need for KeeleSU and the services it does or could provide and review regularly against its strategic plan and charitable objectives.

 

Other Duties of the trustees

  • In addition to the above duties, each Trustee should use any specific skills, knowledge or experience they have to help the Board of Trustees reach sound decisions. 
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Education Officer

The Education Officer sits on a number of committees within the University and Union to ensure effective representation of the student body and to safeguard their academic needs of all foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Constitutional requirements of a Student Trustee (defined in Article 35 of the constitution).

 

Key Responsibilities of Trustees. The Trustees shall:

  • At all times act in the best interests of KeeleSU.
  • Ensure that the Union complies with its governing documents, all applicable laws and statutory regulations or any regulations of any governmental, quasi-governmental, supra-national or other competent agency (including, without limitation, all health and safety legislation) in force from time to time.
  • Ensure that KeeleSU’s governance is of the highest possible standard and quality.
  • Be guardians of all KeeleSUs assets, both tangible and intangible, taking all due care over their security, deployment and proper application.
  • Work in partnership with other Trustees, the Operations Managers and other senior staff in ensuring that KeeleSU has a clear vision, mission and strategic direction and is focused on their delivery.
  • Ensure there are effective mechanisms in place to:
  1. listen to the views of current and future Members;
  2. ensure student views are at the heart of everything the University does;
  3. evidence the impact of KeeleSU on the diverse student membership;
  4. review the external environment for changes that might affect KeeleSU;
  5. continually re-assess the need for KeeleSU and the services it does or could provide and review regularly against its strategic plan and charitable objectives.

 

Other Duties of the trustees

  • In addition to the above duties, each Trustee should use any specific skills, knowledge or experience they have to help the Board of Trustees reach sound decisions. 
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Union Development and Democracy Officer

The Union Development and Democracy Officer (UDD) represents Keele students on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union – whilst striving to develop KeeleSU and ensure engaging and inclusive democracy.

Constitutional requirements of a Student Trustee (defined in Article 35 of the constitution).

 

Key Responsibilities of Trustees. The Trustees shall:

  • At all times act in the best interests of KeeleSU.
  • Ensure that the Union complies with its governing documents, all applicable laws and statutory regulations or any regulations of any governmental, quasi-governmental, supra-national or other competent agency (including, without limitation, all health and safety legislation) in force from time to time.
  • Ensure that KeeleSU’s governance is of the highest possible standard and quality.
  • Be guardians of all KeeleSUs assets, both tangible and intangible, taking all due care over their security, deployment and proper application.
  • Work in partnership with other Trustees, the Operations Managers and other senior staff in ensuring that KeeleSU has a clear vision, mission and strategic direction and is focused on their delivery.
  • Ensure there are effective mechanisms in place to:
  1. listen to the views of current and future Members;
  2. ensure student views are at the heart of everything the University does;
  3. evidence the impact of KeeleSU on the diverse student membership;
  4. review the external environment for changes that might affect KeeleSU;
  5. continually re-assess the need for KeeleSU and the services it does or could provide and review regularly against its strategic plan and charitable objectives.

 

Other Duties of the trustees

  • In addition to the above duties, each Trustee should use any specific skills, knowledge or experience they have to help the Board of Trustees reach sound decisions. 
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Welfare and Internationalisation Officer

The Welfare and Internationalisation Officer sits on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union, paying specific attention to issues and producers that effect the Welfare of all students.

Constitutional requirements of a Student Trustee (defined in Article 35 of the constitution).

 

Key Responsibilities of Trustees. The Trustees shall:

  • At all times act in the best interests of KeeleSU.
  • Ensure that the Union complies with its governing documents, all applicable laws and statutory regulations or any regulations of any governmental, quasi-governmental, supra-national or other competent agency (including, without limitation, all health and safety legislation) in force from time to time.
  • Ensure that KeeleSU’s governance is of the highest possible standard and quality.
  • Be guardians of all KeeleSUs assets, both tangible and intangible, taking all due care over their security, deployment and proper application.
  • Work in partnership with other Trustees, the Operations Managers and other senior staff in ensuring that KeeleSU has a clear vision, mission and strategic direction and is focused on their delivery.
  • Ensure there are effective mechanisms in place to:
  1. listen to the views of current and future Members;
  2. ensure student views are at the heart of everything the University does;
  3. evidence the impact of KeeleSU on the diverse student membership;
  4. review the external environment for changes that might affect KeeleSU;
  5. continually re-assess the need for KeeleSU and the services it does or could provide and review regularly against its strategic plan and charitable objectives.

 

Other Duties of the trustees

  • In addition to the above duties, each Trustee should use any specific skills, knowledge or experience they have to help the Board of Trustees reach sound decisions. 
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