Election Posts

KCLSU Spring Elections 2019

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President (full-time, paid)

Chair of KCLSU Trustee Board, providing leadership for KCLSU and the Board, responsible for performance managing the KCLSU Chief Executive. Attends the NUS National Conference as KCLSU’s lead delegate. Attends King’s College London’s Council as a member of the Council.
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Vice President Activities & Development (full-time, paid)

Lead Officer for the development of student activities, societies and clubs. By nominating yourself for this position, you are agreeing to the KCLSU Trustee Code of Conduct. You can read it here: https://www.kclsu.org/pageassets/elections/studentofficers/KCLSU-Trustee-Code-of-Conduct.pdf
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Vice President Education (Arts & Sciences) (full time, paid)

Lead Officer for the educational experience of students in the Arts & Sciences faculties. Only students from the faculties of Arts & Humanities, Law, NMS or SSPP can stand for this role. By nominating yourself for this position, you are agreeing to the KCLSU Trustee Code of Conduct. You can read it here: https://www.kclsu.org/pageassets/elections/studentofficers/KCLSU-Trustee-Code-of-Conduct.pdf
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Vice President Education (Health) (full time, paid)

Lead Officer for the educational experience of students in the Health faculties. Only students from the faculties of Dentistry, Life Sciences, Medicine, IoPPN or Nursing and Midwifery can stand for this role. By nominating yourself for this position, you are agreeing to the KCLSU Trustee Code of Conduct. You can read it here: https://www.kclsu.org/pageassets/elections/studentofficers/KCLSU-Trustee-Code-of-Conduct.pdf
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Vice President Postgraduate (full-time, paid)

Lead Officer for the development of postgraduate student life. Only postgraduate students can stand for this role. By nominating yourself for this position, you are agreeing to the KCLSU Trustee Code of Conduct. You can read it here: https://www.kclsu.org/pageassets/elections/studentofficers/KCLSU-Trustee-Code-of-Conduct.pdf
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Vice President Welfare & Community (full-time, paid)

Lead Officer for the development of student wellbeing and under-represented student communities. By nominating yourself for this position, you are agreeing to the KCLSU Trustee Code of Conduct. You can read it here: https://www.kclsu.org/pageassets/elections/studentofficers/KCLSU-Trustee-Code-of-Conduct.pdf
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Disabled Students' Officer

Network Officers work with their communities to represent students within the union, collaborating with the College and taking student views to a national level with NUS. It is a part-time, voluntary role for one year. You must self-define as disabled in order to stand and vote for this position. Click 'Profile' to self-define. Full descriptions of eligibility terms can be found here: www.kclsu.org/elections/eli
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First Generation Officer

KCLSU Networks are where we come together to build active and supportive student-led communities, that organise to represent themselves and work together to meet their community’s needs. The First Generation Officer leads the First Generation Network. You must self-define as first generation in order to stand for this position. Click 'Profile' to self-define. Descriptions of eligibility terms found here: www.kclsu.org/elections/eligibility
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International Officer

KCLSU Networks are where we come together to build active and supportive student-led communities, that organise to represent themselves and work together to meet their community’s needs. The International Officer leads the International Students' Network. You must be an international student to stand for this role.
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LGBT+ Officer (open place)

Network Officers work with their communities to represent students within the union, collaborating with the College and taking student views to a national level with NUS. It is a part-time, voluntary role for one year. You must self-define as LGBT+ in order to stand and vote for this position. Click 'Profile' to self-define. Full descriptions of eligibility terms can be found here: www.kclsu.org/elections/eligibility/
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LGBT+ Officer (trans place)

Network Officers work with their communities to represent students within the union, collaborating with the College and taking student views to a national level with NUS. It is a part-time, voluntary role for one year. You must self-define as trans in order to stand and vote for this position. Click 'Profile' to self-define. Full descriptions of eligibility terms can be found here: www.kclsu.org/elections/eligibility/
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Mature Students' Officer

Network Officers work with their communities to represent students within the union, collaborating with the College and taking student views to a national level with NUS. It is a part-time, voluntary role for one year. You must self-define as a mature student in order to stand and vote for this position. Click 'Profile' to self-define. Full descriptions of eligibility terms can be found here: www.kclsu.org/elections/eligibility/
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People of Colour Officer

Network Officers work with their communities to represent students within the union, collaborating with the College and taking student views to a national level with NUS. It is a part-time, voluntary role for one year. You must self-define as a person of colour in order to stand and vote for this position. Click 'Profile' to self-define. Full descriptions of eligibility terms can be found here: www.kclsu.org/elections/eligibility/
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Women's Officer

Network Officers work with their communities to represent students within the union, collaborating with the College and taking student views to a national level with NUS. It is a part-time, voluntary role for one year. You must self-define as a woman in order to stand and vote for this position. Click 'Profile' to self-define. Full descriptions of eligibility terms can be found here: www.kclsu.org/elections/eligibility/
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NUS National Conference Delegate (7 places)

NUS National Conference Delegates represent King’s students at the NUS National Conference (Monday 8 – Thursday 11 April) and help shape the national conversation.
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A&H Comparative Lit - Final Year Undergraduate Comparative Literature Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H English - 2nd Year Undergraduate Representative (12 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H English - 3rd Year Undergraduate Representative (12 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H English - Undergraduate SSLC Student Chair

Student Chairs will shape the agenda of the Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC), lead the discussions and will be integral to communication of discussions and agreed outcomes from the meetings
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A&H Film - 2nd Year BA Film Studies Student Representative (2 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Film - 2nd Year BA 'with' Film Studies Student Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H German - 2nd Year Undergraduate Student Representative (3 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H German - Final Year Undergraduate Student Representative (3 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Music - 2nd Year Undergraduate Student Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Philosophy - 2nd Year Undergraduate Student Representative (4 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Philosophy - 3rd Year Undergraduate Student Representative (4 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies - 2nd Year Undergraduate Student Representative (3 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies - Final Year Undergraduate Student Representative (3 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Theology and Religious Studies - 2nd Year Undergraduate Student Representative (3 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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A&H Theology and Religious Studies - 3rd Year Undergraduate Student Representative (3 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Bioscience Students' Association - Education Officer

Assist the VP-Education, proactively collect feedback from students, present findings and changes to educational strategies to students. Attend and contribute to the School Education Committee Meetings. Oversee the student engagement schemes.

Under the guidance of the Education Direction, the Education Officer will assist in representing the academic needs of all bioscience students. This includes proactively collecting feedback from students and then presenting any findings and proposing changes to faculty. This role will also involve organising academic events and overseeing any student engagement schemes.

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Bioscience Students' Association - President

Oversee the actions, function, and performance of committee members of the BSA. Regularly meet with the Faculty leaders, KCLSU, and students. Ensure the overall function of the BSA is focused on student representation, and uphold the constitution of the Bioscience Students' Association.

The President is responsible for overseeing the actions, functions and performance of the committee members of the BSA. They must regularly meet with faculty leaders, KCLSU and students to ensure that student representation remains the priority of the association. The President must also support the committee members in all their duties and ensure that that the BSA constitution is upheld. They must work with all committee members as well as the leaders of other societies and associations to encourage wider and proactive engagement. 

Only individuals who have previously been on the BSA committee may run for the President position.

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Bioscience Students' Association - Treasurer

Oversee the spending and income of the committee, evaluate any spending requests by a committee member, and liaise with sponsorship providers. Communicate closely with the BSA teams to ensure that funds are allocated and received in a correct fashion.

The Treasurer is responsible for all financial duties for the BSA. This involves managing the BSA finances including requesting funds and organising merchandise throughout the year, specifically for Welcome Week and Fresher's Fair. The Treasurer is also responsible for seeking potential sponsorship and representing the financial needs of the students to both BSA committee members and to faculty.

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Bioscience Students' Association - Education Director

The Vice-President of Education will ensure that Bioscience students are academically represented in their respective degree programmes. Corroborate and present student feedback regarding academic performance of the faculty to the Dean. Ensure that students have the necessary tools to have an impact on their academic endeavours.

The Education Director will ensure that bioscience students are academically represented in their respective degree programs. This includes corroborating and presenting student feedback regarding academic performance to the faculty during School Education Committee Meetings. The role also involves working with the Events Team to organise academic events to support students during their studies which often involves coordinating with the PAL Scheme and other bioscience societies.

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Bioscience Students' Association - Events Director

Oversee and proactively organise the events hosted or co-hosted by the BSA. Ensure that events serve the function of the BSA. Uphold the standards of the BSA at any official event.

This role involves organising the events hosted or co-hosted by the BSA and then ensuring that the standards of the BSA are upheld at such activities. The Director must coordinate with both faculty to assist in the organisation of Welcome Week events and also encourage community engagement with other student societies. This would involve maintaining the relationship of the BSA with KCLSU and other associations as well as attending monthly meetings with staff.

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Bioscience Students' Association - Welfare Officer

Oversee student welfare, the Family Scheme, and communicate student welfare feedback to the faculty teams. Ensure that students are aware of support schemes available to them, and act on feedback received.

This role involves working under the guidance of the Welfare Director to aid in the running of the Mums and Dads Scheme and other welfare events. This includes working with the Events Team to organise welfare activities and to also represent the welfare needs of all bioscience students to faculty. 

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King's Doctoral Students' Association - Dental Institute Representative

Academic Association Leaders work with their academic communities to represent students within the faculty, KCLSU and at relevant faculty and college decision making bodies.
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King's Doctoral Students' Association - King's Business School Representative

Academic Association Leaders work with their academic communities to represent students within the faculty, KCLSU and at relevant faculty and college decision making bodies.
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King's Doctoral Students' Association - Natural & Mathematical Sciences Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers
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Law Council - LLB 2nd Year Representative (2 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Law Council - LLB 3rd Year Representative (2 places)

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Law Forum - Politics, Philosophy & Law 2nd Year Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Law Council - Politics, Philosophy & Law 3rd Year Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Law Council - President

Academic Association Leaders work with their academic communities to represent students within the faculty, KCLSU and at relevant faculty and college decision making bodies.
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Law Council - Vice President Academics & Curriculum

Academic Association Leaders work with their academic communities to represent students within the faculty, KCLSU and at relevant faculty and college decision making bodies.
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Law Council - Vice President Law Families & Community

Academic Association Leaders work with their academic communities to represent students within the faculty, KCLSU and at relevant faculty and college decision making bodies.
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MSA - Communications and Technology Director

This role is responsible for the creation and maintenance of the MSA’s digital front. This includes the management and update of the website, the creation of graphic/publicity materials for MSA events/campaigns and the management of the social media officer and their activity. They must be proactive in maintaining communication with students and other interacting groups (e.g. the faculty). The workload is spread through the year, but the busiest period is before and during Freshers fortnight. Th

This role is responsible for the creation and maintenance of the MSA’s digital front. This includes the management and update of the website, the creation of graphic/publicity materials for MSA events/campaigns and the management of the social media officer and their activity.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email rosie.parker@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Community and Activities Director

The remit of this role includes social activities, campus events and sports and societies, with a renewed emphasis on representing students and activity groups. In 2019/20 this team will be responsible for the MSA’s charitable activities and/or events. This includes facilitating the choice of supported charted charities, coordination of fundraising efforts and with the support of Events Officers, the planning and overseeing an inclusive, exciting Fresher's. For a detailed role description ple

The remit of this role includes social activities, campus events and sports and societies, with a renewed emphasis on representing students and activity groups. In 2019/20 this team will be responsible the MSA’s charitable activities and/or events. This includes facilitating the choice of supported charted charities and coordination of fundraising efforts.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email millicent.metz@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Community and Activities Officer (2 places)

These roles join a team led by the Community & Activities Director. They work as a team to organise Fresher’s Fortnight over the summer holidays, so should be available to deliver a clear plan by the end of July, in time for when A Level results are released. They will run inclusive and engaging events throughout the year to build and maintain a sense of community amongst medical students across sites and across years.

These roles join a team led by the Community & Activities Director. They work with each other and the Director to organise Fresher’s Fortnight over the summer holidays, so should be available to deliver a clear plan by the end of July, in time for when A Level results are released. They will run inclusive and engaging events throughout the year to build and maintain a sense of community amongst medical students across sites and across years.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email samar.al-shamaa@kcl.ac.uk or antony.fernando@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Education Director

The mainstay of this role is to manage the MSA’s educational outputs such as Peer Assisted Learning and What I Wish I Knew, with the support of Officers. Further to this, the role should include representation for GKT students’ educational needs. The new Education Director will advise the President and Vice-President on how to develop the MSA with respect to education, and how to proactively represent students on education and assessment issues.

The mainstay of this role is to manage the MSA’s educational outputs such as Peer Assisted Learning and What I Wish I Knew, with the support of Officers. Further to this, the role should include representation for GKT students’ educational needs. The new Education Director will advise the President and Vice-President on how to develop the MSA with respect to education, and how to proactively represent students on education and assessment issues.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email tasneem.1.ahmed@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Education Officer

This role joins a team led by the Education Director. It is responsible for the organisation of the MSA’s events and services such as What I Wish I Knew and OSCE series, under the guidance of the Education Director.

This role joins a team led by the Education Director. It is responsible for the organisation of the MSA’s events and services such as What I Wish I Knew and OSCE series, under the guidance of the Director. They are expected to attend a monthly Committee Meeting as well as meet regularly with the Education team.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email marianne.beach@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Final Year Committee Chair

Responsible for organising and promoting the Graduation Ball, Yearbook, Results Day celebrations and a mock clinical examination for students. Reports to and is supported by the Community & Activities Director. They will appoint or elect a wider team in consultation with the Director.

Responsible for organising and promoting the Graduation Ball, Yearbook, Results Day celebrations and a mock clinical examination for students. Reports to and is supported by the Community & Activities Director. They will appoint or elect a wider team in consultation with the Director.

The chair is responsible for organising the major graduation ball for medical students, producing the yearbook, and organising events in the run up in to provide funding. They will also organise mock OSCEs for 4th year medical students; the chair will elect a committee of their own to help with these task. The role is a hugely important and time-consuming task, but one you will be remembered and treasured by your colleagues for! 

Applicants must be adept at organising large scale events and managing a subcommittee efficiently. *Applicants for their position must be a medical student entering their final year of study*

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MSA - Finance Director

This role has recently been expanded to emphasise student representation on student finance issues. The Finance Director keeps the Association’s books balanced, and is responsible (with the president) for the management of MSA finances. For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook.

This role has recently been expanded to emphasise student representation on student finance issues. The Finance Director keeps the Association’s books balanced, and is responsible (with the president) for the management of MSA finances.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email malaika.jindal@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Halfway Ball Committee Chair

Responsible for organising and promoting the annual Halfway Dinner for third year students. Reports to and is supported by the Community & Activities Director. They will appoint or elect a wider team in consultation with the Director.

Responsible for organising and promoting the annual Halfway Dinner for third year students. Reports to and is supported by the Community & Activities Director. They will appoint or elect a wider team in consultation with the Director.

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MSA - Peer Assisted Learning Officer

This role joins a team led by the Education Director. It is responsible for the organisation, coordination and scrutiny of the MSA’s Peer Assisted Learning scheme. This requires ensuring that tutors are trained and well supported and that the overall quality of the Scheme is high.

This role joins a team led by the Education Director. It is responsible for the organisation, coordination and scrutiny of the MSA’s Peer Assisted Learning scheme. This requires ensuring that tutors are trained and well supported and that the overall quality of the Scheme is high.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email alison.clarke@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - President

The President leads the MSA and oversees its overall direction. They ensure that team members are well supported in their roles. They represent students directly, for example through membership of committees. Please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook to see the full description of responsibilities for this role.

The President leads the MSA and oversees its overall direction. They ensure that team members are well supported in their roles. They represent students directly, for example through membership of committees. They are supported by the VP in their duties. Further to this, they will automatically be a member of the United Hospitals MedGroup committee, working with other London MSA’s to address broader student issues. This is a very time consuming role which requires Committee experience.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email faeez.ramjan@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Secretary

The secretary keeps the MSA running as smoothly as possible and makes sure that internal information is managed properly. They stay on top of emails and prepare the weekly newsletter to students. They pull together important documents such the Fresher’s guide. Please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook to see the full description of responsibilities for this role.

The secretary keeps the MSA running as smoothly as possible and makes sure that internal information is managed properly. They stay on top of emails and prepare the weekly newsletter to students. They pull together important documents such the Fresher’s guide.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email annette.yeboah@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Social Media Officer

This is an exciting new role for the 2019/20 MSA committee, introduced to reflect the importance and size of the MSA’s social media activity. The mainstay of their job will be working under the guidance of the Communication and Technology Director to disseminate and publicise the MSA work and events. Please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook to see the full description of responsibilities for this role.

This role has been introduced to reflect the importance and size of the MSA’s social media activity. The mainstay of their job will be working under the guidance of the Communication and Technology Director to disseminate and publicise the MSA work and events. Further to this, they will work closely with the secretary to manage the MSA social media (Facebook) inbox.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email dana.rahimi@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Sponsorship Officer

The Sponsorship Officer has 2 main roles: organising incoming sponsorship for the MSA and overseeing outgoing sponsorship for GKT sports and societies, through the means of the GKT development fund. Please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook to see the full description of responsibilities for this role.

The Sponsorship Officer has 2 main roles: organising incoming sponsorship for the MSA and overseeing outgoing sponsorship for GKT sports and societies, through the means of the GKT development fund.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email holly.brownlee@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Sports & Societies Liaison Officer

This role joins a team led by the Community & Activities Director. They contribute to Fresher’s Fortnight by organising the GKT Fresher’s Fair for GKT Sports and Societies, so should be available to deliver a clear plan by the end of July 2018. Please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook to see the full description of responsibilities for this role.

This role joins a team led by the Community & Activities Director. They contribute to Fresher’s Fortnight by organising the GKT Fresher’s Fair for GKT Sports and Societies. They act as the liaison between GKT student groups and the MSA Core Committee, and advise the Director on how best to represent their interests to the School and KCLSU on issues such as facilities.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email phoebe.read@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Stage 3 Year 5 GSTT Peripheral Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers and the MSA. Must be at a peripheral site for at least 2 blocks.
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IoPPN Student Forum - Co-Chair (2 places)

Co-chairs are responsible for chairing the IoPPN Student Forum and working with divisional, programme and Student Forum committee members to ensure IoPPN students are represented in the faculty.
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IoPPN Student Forum - Psychology and Systems Divisional Representative (2 places)

Divisional Reps are responsible for developing relationships with programme reps to build a community around learning and teaching across their division. They are an active member of the IoPPN Forum and feedback divisional experiences, ideas and issues and contribute to long term Forum projects. They also represent all IoPPN students on the faculty committee they are assigned to.
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Law Council - Anglo-French Law 2nd Year Rep

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Law Council - Anglo-German Law 2nd Year Rep

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Law Council - Hong-Kong 2nd Year Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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Law Council - Politics, Philosophy & Law 4th Year Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers.
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IoPPN Student Forum - Undergraduate Students Representative

The Undergraduate Rep is responsible for representing UG students in the Forum, to ensure their experiences and needs are known and considered. They also develop relationships with programme reps to build a community around learning and teaching and are an active member of the IoPPN Forum contributing to long term Forum projects. They also represent IoPPN students on the faculty committee they are assigned to.
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MSA - Stage 3 Year 5 GP Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers and the MSA. Must be a Stage 3 Year 5 student.
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MSA - Welfare Officer (2 places)

These roles work with the Welfare Director to assist in organising welfare events and services such Wellbeing Week. The Welfare team will develop the MSA’s outputs to fully meet the needs of GKT medical students.

These roles work with the Welfare Director to assist in organising welfare events and services such Wellbeing Week. There has been the addition of an extra welfare officer, with the anticipation of expanding and elaborating on the teams provision.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email vinay.tailor@kcl.ac.uk and kate.baird@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Welfare Director

This role is responsible for managing and developing the MSA’s Welfare events, campaigns and projects; with the support of a Projects Officer. They also represent students on welfare, wellbeing, and professionalism. They are a member of the School’s Student Affairs and Professionalism Subcommittee.

This role is responsible for managing and developing the MSA’s Welfare events, campaigns and projects; with the support of a Projects Officer. They also represent students on welfare, wellbeing, and professionalism. They are a member of the School’s Student Affairs and Professionalism Subcommittee.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email james.mcparlin@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Vice-President

Supports the president in the running of the MSA and more specifically to organise and run the MSA Representative scheme. The VP is expected to attend school meetings, e.g. Programme management meetings, SSLCs and faculty development meetings as the student representative. Occasionally you may be asked to sit on faculty interview panels and interview candidates from a student perspective. You are expected to be a point of contact for both faculty and students and need to be able to facilitate communication between the MSA Representatives and the school.

For a detailed role description please refer to the MSA Committee Election Handbook here, or email ahmaad.bashir@kcl.ac.uk for questions about the role.

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MSA - Stage 3 Year 5 KCH Cluster Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers and the MSA. Must be at KCH for at least 2 blocks.
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MSA - Stage 3 Year 5 KCH Peripheral Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers and the MSA. Must be at a peripheral site for at least 2 blocks.
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MSA - Stage 3 Year 5 Lewisham Cluster Representative

Academic Reps build a community within their cohort in order to effectively represent their experiences and to communicate their needs, the issues which affect them and their ideas and solutions to the relevant decision makers and the MSA. Must be at Lewisham/Woolwich for at least 2 blocks.
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