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Your Role

Work closely with societies related to social mobility and supporting students from a low socioeconomic background. Represent the collective interests and needs of these students to decision-making bodies within the Union. Working alongside and supported by the Equity & Inclusion Officer to represent these collective interests to UCL and beyond. The Social Mobility & Class Officer will work with all officers on projects that affect those from these backgrounds.

Issues You May Work On

As a Student Officer, you will work closely with students and Sabbatical Officers. Issues may vary depending on student concern. However, previous Officers have worked on issues such as:

  • Represent the welfare needs and concerns of students from a low socioeconomic background
  • Be an active member of the Welfare & Community Zone.

Meetings You Will Attend

  • Welfare & Community Zone – Five meetings throughout the year

Your Eligibility

Current UCL students from a low socioeconomic background.

Time Required For Role

This is a part-time, unpaid position. You are expected to attend Welfare & Community Zone meetings and a range of additional events, approx. 15-20 hours per term. Job shares are welcome.

Welcome and Training

The role is supported by a full programme of training, development and support to help build all of the skills and knowledge required and to support longer term personal development.

If you have any questions, please email - [email protected]