The Student Officer Role: Everything you need to know!
Interested in the Student Officer role?
The time has come for the Guild to search across campus for 4 students to take on the role of a lifetime and form our Student Officer team for 2024/25.
As with any job search, it’s good to do your research, be prepared and get ready for a recruitment process like no other.
Here is everything you need to know about the role, what you’ll gain and how the election works.
Nominations are open now until 10am on Monday 19th February. Start your nomination.
The role: What you’ll gain
A role you can shape:
Set your own workplan alongside the officer team, run campaigns on issues that matter to you and make the Student Officer role your own.
A team of experts
Guild staff are on hand to support you in taking the role to new heights. Whether its through marketing, campaigning, events – they’re on hand to bring your ideas to life.
Skills, Skills, Skills
Teamwork, communication, leadership, problem solving, are just a few of the amazing skills you’ll gain throughout the role (and election process!) and shape your next career move.
You’ll work full time for a year from July 2024 – July 2025 and be paid a salary of £23,550
Represent Liverpool students
Sitting at the top of the Guild, attending university committees and working with stakeholders in the city, you will have the tools and connections to make real change for Liverpool students.
Find out more about the role in the job description here.
Want to know more about the role of a Student Officer or running in the election? We’ve got you covered. Find all our most frequently asked questions below.
Running for Officer
Can I Run?
What You’ll Need to Do
You will be given a free candidate pack of campaigning resources to support your election campaign. You will have lots of time to prepare, but will be able to create designs for:
- Printed t-shirts
- A3 Posters
- A6 double-sided flyers
A6 double-sided flyers As well as an additional item which could be:
- Large printed banner
- Business cards
We’ll give you all the specifics you need to know when creating your designs and will run Graphic Design workshops, to help you learn all about designing campaign artwork.
Have more questions? You can contact our Elections team at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will be happy to answer any queries you may have.