Each SRUC campus has one part-time, paid Campus Officer (CO) who is elected by the students on that campus.
Any student can stand to be a Campus Officer and winning candidates work directly with the student Sabbatical Officers, Campus staff and student volunteers to plan and lead the organisation of SRUCSA events and activities on campus.
They chair the Campus Council meetings and make sure that SRUCSA activities run smoothly at a local level. Other activities of Officers include:
- Supporting Class, Campus Reps
- Being a point of contact for sports teams, clubs and societies
- Organising social and fundraising events/activities
Alongside this they attend regular meetings of the SRUCSA Executive Team where they contribute to the effective running of SRUCSA across all of SRUC. The full remit of the Campus Officers can be found in the Constitution.
Each February we run SRUCSA Elections looking for students to stand as Officers. Along with bringing about positive change for all the students at your campus it has huge personal benefits including:
- Fully paid training over the summer months
- Experience in managing campus budgets
- Experience in chairing meetings and organising volunteers
- Paid for 7 hours a week over the academic year
- Opportunity to represent SRUCSA and SRUC at external events like the Highland Show
Want to know more? Download the job description here.