We are looking for the next leaders of the Students’ Union to represent the voices of 20,000 students at Greenwich University. Empowering these voices starts with someone standing up to make a difference, this person could be you!
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

NOMINATE YOURSELF NOW!

 


NOMInATE YOURSELF
 

You don’t need any prior experience to run in the Elections and your voice has a huge impact. Nominations are open!

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WHAT CAN I RUN FOR?

 

In this election, the Greenwich student population will elect:
- 4 GSU Officers (Paid and full-time).

You can run for one of the GSU Officer roles no matter what year of study you are in. Please note, the role does have a lot more time commitments when campaigning during the election. If elected, you will need to be able to start your job as GSU Officer on June 15th 2022.


GSU Officers
 

GSU Officers are four elected students who represent the concerns and views of individuals, groups or the whole student body on issues such as welfare, academic, social and financial.

This is a full-time paid position of £24,972, where if elected, you take a year out of your studies (or afterwards if you run in your final year) from June 2022 to June 2023 to fulfil the role. One of the four officers will be elected as GSU President (the candidate with the most votes). 

Job Description

 

 

 
 

 

WHY SHOULD I RUN?

 

 

Develop and enhance your employability and CV

Common tasks in Officer roles and qualities needed are highly desired by employers such as drive, leadership, influencing, multitasking, organising, communication and negotiation skills.

 

Receive training from Greenwich Students’ Union staff

GSU prides itself on its ability to provide Officers with an extensive training package of training days, one-to-one support and mentoring while they are in their role.

 

 

Provides you a platform to empower the lives of others

You lead the change through organising events, campaigns and lobbying the University.

 

Take an active role in the student community

By having an active role you'll meet people from just about every course at the University, and from many different countries as well as forming long-lasting friendships. 

 

A truly unique experience at work

One minute you might be campaigning with students and the next, sat at senior level University meetings negotiating a better academic experience for students. 

 

An exciting experience getting students to vote for you

A fun experience for both you and your friends as you write a manifesto, argue your points to improve student lives and brand yourself to the student population.

 

 

 
 

 

4 STEPS TO NOMINATION

 

 

STEP 1

Attend a thinking of running session or talk to your mates. We'll have stalls in February.
 

 

STEP 2

Sign in on the website and fill in the nomination form. 

Nomination form

 

STEP 3

Complete your Online Candidate Briefing and Quiz, which you must do to run. There will also be some training sessions you can choose to attend for further support.

 

 

STEP 4

Upload your photo and manifesto online before 10 am on Wednesday 2nd March. 
You are ready to start campaigning!

 
 
 

 

KEY DATES

 

 
 

13

December
 
Nominations Open

28

february
 
Nominations Close at 11am

7

march
 
Voting Opens

10

march
 
Voting Close

 

 
 

 

 

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