Interested in becoming our next Apprenticeship Officer or Communities Officer?
LCCSU would like to elect a Communities Officer and an Apprenticeship Officer. These are representative roles undertaken whilst studying at Leeds City College. You’ll have responsibility to work on, represent and progress a your particular section of College life. Alongside this you will develop your skills and experience by undertaking the role. The roles form part of LCCSU's Executive Committee, which sets the day-today direction and running of LCCSU.
To lead community based campaigns, communicating with students and raising awareness particularly at smaller and community campuses.
To participate in the Executive Committee and direct the work of the Deputy President based on the experience of students at community and smaller Leeds City College campuses.
To ensure that the Students’ Union is effective in its representation of community based students within the College.
To promote greater inclusivity of students, including but not limited to, different faiths, backgrounds, disabilities, genders, sexual orientations, cultures, ages, nationalities and races.
To participate in the Executive Committee and direct the work of the Deputy President based on the experience of Apprentices at Leeds City College.
To ensure that the Students’ Union is effective in its representation of Apprentices within the College and in the community.
Click here to nominate yourself!
Final date for nominations : 5pm on Friday 3rd November 2017. Click here to nominate
Campaign preparation / campaigning : w/c 6th November 2017
Voting opens : 12noon Friday 10th November until 1pm on Friday 17th November 2017
Results announced : w/c 20th November 2017
Who can run in the election?
The Communities Officer role is open to all Leeds City College community based students (Beeston, Enfield and Deacon House students). Apprenticeship Officer is open to all Leeds City College apprentices. These are volunteer roles and are undertaken alongside your studies.
How do I get a role?
If you think you would be a good candidate then you should nominate yourself here by 5pm on Friday 3rd November 2017. Community based students and apprentices will vote for their preferred candidate.
How do students know to vote for me?
You need to speak to students and promote yourself to encourage them to vote for you. You can do this by explaining what you’d like to do in the role and highlight your qualities. The SU staff team can help you with this.
Do I get anything to help me campaign?
You can be supported by your fellow students and you get a small campaign budget to produce posters, flyers and promotional items. Using the Campaign Pack will help ensure your campaign is as successful as it can be.
Can I nominate myself for more than one role?
No, you must decide which role you would like and nominate yourself accordingly. The SU team can help you decide which role is right for you.
I’ve won! What happens next?
Well done you! Your role will start following the announcement of the result. Your role runs until 30th June 2018. The SU team will be in touch to explain the process and help get you started in your role.
Fancy a chat / any questions?
Please speak to the SU support team on 0113 2162562 / email@example.com / or call into the SU office at Park Lane Campus.