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August 10, 2009 | by  | in Opinion |
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Activities officer


Registration of interest is now open for the position of Acting Welfare Officer on the VUWSA Executive.

The Acting Welfare Officer will have all the rights and responsibilities of an Executive member with the exception that they are not able to cast a vote at Executive meetings.

The Acting Welfare Officer will focus on Goals 1-3 of the Association, as outlined in the VUWSA Constitution.

These Goals are:

Goal 1. Education: Student Support
To secure and maintain adequate state income, welfare and employment support for students.

Goal 2. Education: University

To ensure the University provides equity and quality in assessment, teaching, conditions and course access supported by sufficient resources.

Goal 3. Education: Equity
To promote equity for disadvantaged members in access to and within the University.

The Acting Welfare Officer is expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week, and should be available to attend Executive meetings. These are held fortnightly on Wednesday evenings.

If you are interested in being the Acting Welfare Officer, please contact Jasmine Freemantle at no later than 5pm, Friday 14 August 2009.

The Acting Welfare Officer will be appointed at an Executive meeting, to be held at 6pm, Wednesday 19 August 2009.

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