Election Posts

KCLSU Spring By-Elections 2020

The polls have closed.

Only the posts you are eligible to stand or vote for are shown. Show all posts.

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Student Parents and Carers (Family) Officer

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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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