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Now hiring: Student Representative Council Positions

Accessibility Representative

The Accessibility Representative is a member of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students' Union's (MSVUSU) Student Representative Council (SRC), who is concerned with accessibility advocacy. This position is restricted to persons with disabilities.

This is a stipend compensated director role, receiving up to $300/semester, depending on engagement and attendance. This is a Summer Term appointment with a term starting immediately after appointment and continuing until the conclusion of the fall by-election.

As Accessibility Representative, you would provide supports to Members with disabilities on all related matters (within reasonable limits), develop and execute a consultation plan, bring forward your constituents ’concerns to the SRC and Advocacy Caucus, and serve on various committees. You also connect with the Manager of Accessibility Services, to communicate concerns, and seek their expertise and feedback to support your work.

You would be responsible for accessibility advocacy programming, creating at least one seminar, workshop, presentation, or event per semester. You would review materials as needed and support the Vice President of Communications' advisor when they write on topics related to accessibility advocacy.

This position requires you to be a MSVU student enrolled in at least 0.5 credits, one audit course, or a thesis in either Fall or Summer terms, and to be in good standing with MSVU. You must hold or be willing to obtain Mental Health First Aide, Waves of Change (Bystander Intervention) training, and non-Indigenous candidates are also required to complete the Indigenous Canada training. within 12 weeks (about 3 months).

If you are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility, and strongly committed to addressing issues impacting Students with disabilities, we encourage you to apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV to Students.Union@msvu.ca (AI-generated applications will not be accepted).

This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of MSVU Students and we look forward to reviewing your application.

Education Representative

The Education Representative is a member of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students' Union (MSVUSU) Student Representative Council (SRC) who is concerned with supporting Bachelor of Education students. This position is restricted to students enrolled with The Faculty of Education.

This is a stipend compensated director role, receiving up to $300/semester, depending on engagement and attendance. This is a Summer Term appointment with a term starting immediately after appointment and continuing until the conclusion of the fall by- election.

As Education Representative, you would provide supports to Members enrolled in the Bachelor of Education program on all related matters (within reasonable limits), develop and execute a consultation plan, bring forward your constituents’ concerns to the SRC and Academic Caucus, and serve on various committees. You would also connect with the Dean of Education, to communicate concerns, and seek their expertise and feedback to support your work.

You would be responsible for education advocacy programming, creating at least one seminar, workshop, presentation, or event per semester. You would review materials as needed and support the Vice President of Communications' advisor when they write on topics related to education advocacy.

This position requires you to be a MSVU student enrolled in at least 0.5 credits, one audit course, or a thesis in either Fall or Summer terms, and to be in good standing with MSVU. You must hold or be willing to obtain Mental Health First Aid, Waves of Change (Bystander Intervention) training and non-Indigenous candidates must complete Indigenous Canada training within 12 weeks (about 3 months) of assuming office.

If you are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and strongly committed to addressing issues impacting Students who are registered Bachelor of Education Program, we encourage you to apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV to Students.Union@msvu.ca (AI-generated applications will not be accepted).

This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of MSVU students and we look forward to reviewing your application.

Indigenous Representative

The Indigenous Representative is an elected member of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students' Union (MSVUSU) Student Representative Council (SRC) who advocates for Indigenous students. This position is restricted to students who identify as Indigenous.

This is a stipend compensated director role, receiving up to $300/semester, depending on engagement and attendance. This is a Summer Term appointment with a term starting immediately after appointment and continuing until the conclusion of the fall by-election.

As Indigenous Representative, you would provide supports to Indigenous Members on all related matters (within reasonable limits), develop and execute a consultation plan, bring forward your constituents’ concerns to the SRC and Advocacy Caucus, and serve on various committees. You would also connect with the Special Advisor to MSVU on Indigenous Affairs, to communicate concerns, and seek their expertise and feedback to support your work.

You would be responsible for Indigenous advocacy programming, creating at least one seminar, workshop, presentation, or event per semester. You would review materials as needed and support the Vice President of Communications' advisor when they write on topics related to Indigenous advocacy.

This position requires you to be a MSVU student enrolled in at least 0.5 credits, one audit course, or a thesis in either Fall or Summer terms, and to be in good standing with MSVU. You must hold or be willing to obtain Mental Health First Aid, Waves of Change (Bystander Intervention) training. Non-Indigenous candidates are also required to complete the Indigenous Canada training within 12 weeks (about 3 months) of assuming office, this is not required for our Indigenous candidates.

If you are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and strongly committed to addressing issues impacting Indigenous students at MSVU, we encourage you to apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV to Students.Union@msvu.ca (AI- generated applications will not be accepted).

 

This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of MSVU Students and we look forward to reviewing your application.

Mature Students Representative

The Mature Students Representative is a member of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students' Union (MSVUSU) Student Representative Council (SRC) who supports mature students. This position is restricted to students who are 25 years old or more.

This is a stipend compensated director role, receiving up to $300/semester, depending on engagement and attendance. This is a Summer Term appointment with a term starting immediately after appointment and continuing until the conclusion of the fall by- election.

As Mature Students Representative, you would provide supports to mature Members on all related matters (within reasonable limits), develop and execute a consultation plan, bring forward your constituents’ concerns to the SRC and Academic Caucus, and serve on various committees. You would also connect with the Centre for Academic Advising & Student Success Manager, to communicate concerns, and seek their expertise and feedback to support your work.

You would be responsible for mature student's advocacy programming, creating at least one seminar, workshop, presentation, or event per semester. You would review materials as needed and support the Vice President of Communications' advisor when they write on topics related to mature student's advocacy.

This position requires you to be a MSVU student enrolled in at least 0.5 credits, one audit course, or a thesis in either Fall or Summer terms, and to be in good standing with MSVU. You must hold or be willing to obtain Mental Health First Aide, Waves of Change (Bystander Intervention) training, and non-Indigenous candidates are also required to complete the Indigenous Canada training. within 12 weeks (about 3 months) of assuming office.

If you are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and strongly committed to addressing issues impacting Mature Students, we encourage you to apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV to Students.Union@msvu.ca (AI-generated applications will not be accepted).

This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of MSVU Students and we look forward to reviewing your application.

2SLGBTQIA+ Representative

The 2SLGBTQIA+ Representative is a member of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students' Union (MSVUSU) Student Representative Council (SRC) who advocates for 2SLGBTQIA+ students. This position is restricted to students identified as 2SLGBTQIA+.

This is a stipend compensated director role, receiving up to $300/semester, depending on engagement and attendance. This is a Summer Term appointment with a term starting immediately after appointment and continuing until the conclusion of the fall by-election.

As 2SLGBTQIA+ Representative, you would provide supports to 2SLGBTQIA+ Members on all related matters (within reasonable limits), develop and execute a consultation plan, bring forward their constituents’ concerns to the SRC and Advocacy Caucus, and serve on various committees. You would also connect with the Pride Centre Manager and MSVU Counselling Services, to communicate concerns, and seek their expertise and feedback to support your work.

You would be responsible for 2SLGBTQIA+ advocacy programming, creating at least one seminar, workshop, presentation, or event per semester. You would review materials as needed and support the Vice President of Communications' advisor when they write on topics related to 2SLGBTQIA+ advocacy.

This position requires you to be a MSVU student enrolled in at least 0.5 credits, one audit course, or a thesis in either Fall or Summer terms, and to be in good standing with MSVU. You must hold or be willing to obtain Mental Health First Aide, Waves of Change (Bystander Intervention) training, and non-Indigenous candidates are also required to complete the Indigenous Canada training. within 12 weeks (about 3 months) of assuming office.

If you are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and strongly committed to addressing issues impacting 2SLGBTQIA+ Students we encourage you to apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV to Students.Union@msvu.ca (AI-generated applications will not be accepted).

 

This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of MSVU Students and we look forward to reviewing your application.

Science Representative

The Science Representative is a member of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students' Union (MSVUSU) Student Representative Council (SRC) who is concerned with supporting Bachelor of Science students. This position is restricted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science.

This is a stipend compensated director role, receiving up to $300/semester, depending on engagement and attendance. This is a Summer Term appointment with a term starting immediately after appointment and continuing until the conclusion of the fall by-election.

As Science Representative, you would provide supports to Members enrolled in Bachelor of Science programs on all related matters (within reasonable limits), develop and execute a consultation plan, bring forward your constituents’ concerns to the SRC and Academic Caucus, and serve on various committees. You would also connect with the Dean of Arts & Sciences, to communicate concerns, and seek their expertise and feedback to support your work.

You would be responsible for science advocacy programming, creating at least one seminar, workshop, presentation, or event per semester. You would review materials as needed and support the Vice President of Communications' advisor when they write on topics related to science advocacy.

This position requires you to be a MSVU student enrolled in at least 0.5 credits, one audit course, or a thesis in either Fall or Summer terms, and to be in good standing with MSVU. You must hold or be willing to obtain Mental Health First Aide, Waves of Change (Bystander Intervention) training, and non-Indigenous candidates are also required to complete the Indigenous Canada training. within 12 weeks (about 3 months) of assuming office.

If you are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and strongly committed to addressing issues impacting Science Students, we encourage you to apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV to Students.Union@msvu.ca (AI-generated applications will not be accepted).

This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of MSVU Students and we look forward to reviewing your application.

Transfer Students' Representative

The Transfer Students' Representative is a member of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students' Union (MSVUSU) Student Representative Council (SRC) who supports transfer students. This position is restricted to Transfer students.

This is a stipend compensated director role, receiving up to $300/semester, depending on engagement and attendance. This is a Summer Term appointment with a term starting immediately after appointment and continuing until the conclusion of the fall by-election.

As Transfer Students' Representative, you would provide supports to transfer Members on all related matters (within reasonable limits), develop and execute a consultation plan, bring forward your constituents’ concerns to the SRC and Academic Caucus, and serve on various committees.

You would also connect with the Transfer Student Coordinator, to communicate concerns, and seek their expertise and feedback to support your work.

You would be responsible for transfer student's advocacy programming, creating at least one seminar, workshop, presentation, or event per semester. You would review materials as needed and support the Vice President of Communications' advisor when they write on topics related to transfer student's advocacy.

This position requires you to be a MSVU student enrolled in at least 0.5 credits, one audit course, or a thesis in either Fall or Summer terms, and to be in good standing with MSVU. You must hold or be willing to obtain Mental Health First Aide, Waves of Change (Bystander Intervention) training, and non-Indigenous candidates are also required to complete the Indigenous Canada training. within 12 weeks (about 3 months) of assuming office.

If you are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and strongly committed to addressing issues impacting Transfer Students, we encourage you to apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV to Students.Union@msvu.ca (AI-generated applications will not be accepted).

 

This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of MSVU Students and we look forward to reviewing your application.

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