The Executive (Exec) Committee is made up of up to 20 students who are elected each year in the AUBSU student elections in March and October.
SVEINN KRISTJANSSON & MATTHEW PONTING
What do the Communications Officers do?
- Lead Editor of BUMF, the AUBSU multi-format publication.
- Assistant web editor for the AUBSU website.
- Head of the Comms Committee.
What doES the Events Officer do?
- Lead the Events Committee in developing and organising events.
- Assist in the running and organisation of established AUBSU events.
- Work with other Committee Members to develop events to promote our Equalities groups.
What doES the Green Officer do?
- Promote Green campaigns throughout the student body.
- Develop and encourage the AUBSU Environmental Policy.
- Actively participate in all Green Projects the SU develops and undertakes e.g. Green Impact, Student Eats, Tree Planting
NB: Halls Officers must be residents of AUB Halls.
What do the Halls Officers do?
- Develop and maintain a good relationship between AUBSU and the Halls Managers.
- Represent the best interests of the Students living in halls
- Encourage events and engagement with those living in halls.
NB: The term “International” includes members from Eire (Ireland) as defined by the AUB International Office
What doES the International Officers do?
- Assist AUBSU in offering International Students a home away from home.
- Develop and maintain a relationship with the International Student community.
- Organise, with the assistance of AUBSU, Sightseeing trips and visits to areas of interest for International Students.
LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER plus inclusive (LGBT+ EQUALITIES OFFICERS)
NB: This officer must self-define as representing this area of the membership
What do the LGBT+ Equalities Officers do?
- Represent the concerns and issues of all LGBT+ members of the SU.
- Run campaigns in support of the concerns and issues of all LGBT+ members of the SU and provide the most cost effect, prominent and open sign-posting and counselling for all members who self-define as being part of the LGBT+ community.
- Assist AUBSU in making AUB a place where those of the LGBT+ community feel safe, represented and respected.
PREP HE OFFICER
NB: These officer must be enrolled on a Prep HE, ED or National Certificate course
What do the Prep HE Officers do?
- Represent the concerns and issues of all Further Education members of the SU.
What doES the RAG Officers do?
- Propose charities to be supported by AUBSU for the duration of the academic year. One local, one national and one international.
- Assist in the organisation and running of termly RAG days.
- Encourage student involvement in additional RAG events to further raise money.
What does the Community Officer do?
- Develop and maintain a friendly relationship between community members and students.
- Organise events within the community to benefit both students and residents.
- Work closely with the SNT and Community Wardens.
Gender equalities Officer
NB: This officer can self-define as any gender, including transgender
What does the Gender Equalities Officer do?
- Represent all gender specific issues within AUB and the community at large.
- Run campaigns in support of the concerns and issues of members regardless of gender.
- Assist AUBSU in making AUB a place where those of all gender feel safe, represented and respected.
MATURE AND POSTGRADUATE OFFICER
NB: This officer must be over the age of 23 at date of enrolment to their course.
What does the Mature and Postgraduate Officer do?
- Ensures that all Mature and Postgraduate students are represented in all matters AUBSU and AUB.
rACE EQUALITIES OFFICER
NB: This officer must self-define as a black or minority ethnic member.
What does the Race Equalities Officer do?
- Represent the concerns and issues of all students in any race related issues.
- Run campaigns in support of the concerns and issues of all races of the students of AUB.
- Assist AUBSU in making AUB a place where those of all races feel safe, represented and respected.
What does the Societies Officer do?
- Help develop and improve clubs and societies on campus and within the local community.
- Bring new submissions for new clubs and societies to the Executive Committee.
What does the Sports Officer do?
- Help develop, improve and introduce sporting activities at AUB.
- Maintain kits and equipment for all the sports societies.
- Bring any submissions for new clubs and societies to Executive Committee.
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES OFFICER (SWD EQUALITIES OFFICER)
“Disability” covers, without limitation, all disabilities including mental health issues, depression and ‘non visible’ disabilities.
NB: This officer must self-define as having a disability or having been a past sufferer of a disability.
What does the SWD Equalities Officer do?
- Represent the concerns and issues of all disabled members of the SU.
- Liaise with the students disabilities coordinator at AUB.
- Run campaigns in support of the concerns and issues of all disabled members of the SU.
- Assist AUBSU in making AUB a place where those students with any disability feel safe, represented and respected.
What does the Volunteering Officer do?
- Have a keen interest in the voluntary sector and signpost all information onto the student body.
- Liaise with Student Services colleagues to help promote on-campus opportunities.
- Liaise with the AUB and the local community to promote opportunities to students.
- Assist and work along with the Community Officer, Events Officer, RAG Officer and Green Officer to maximise student opportunities.