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School Rep Positions Available

See which School Rep Positions you can currently apply for

School Rep Positions Available to Apply For

The following School Rep positions will be avilable to apply for from the beginning of October 2020. Unless otherwise stated there will be one position per School/Instutute at that level of study:

Undergraduate

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

  • School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences

Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering

  • Newcastle University in Singapore 

Postgraduate Taught

Faculty of Medical Sciences

  • School of Dental Sciences
  • School of Psychology
  • FMS Graduate School

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

  • School of Arts and Cultures
  • School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape
  • School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics
  • School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences
  • School of Geography, Politics and Sociology
  • School of History, Classics and Archaeology
  • Newcastle University Business School
  • Newcastle University Law School
  • Newcastle University London
  • School of Modern Languages

Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering

  • School of Computing
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Newcastle University in Singapore

Postgraduate Research

Faculty of Medical Sciences

  • MRES

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

  • Newcastle University Business School
  • School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape

Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering

  • School of Computing

Person Specification

We are particularly keen for students with the following experience, skills and personal traits to apply to become a School Rep: 

  • Leadership skills
  • Communication skills
  • The ability to work in a team
  • Organisational skills
  • Negotiation skills

Applications to be a School Rep are encouraged from all students. However, we would particularly keen to receive applications from students who have experience in a representative role.

How to apply

  1. Check that the position you are eligible to apply for is available.
  2. Complete the short registration form by 9am (UK time) on 20 October 2020.
  3. We will then contact you to ask you to complete a series of questions with the succesful applicants being selected based on the responses to the questions.
  4. If selected you will be invited to training for 6 or 9 November. Do not worry if you cannot attend either of these dates. Alternative training can be arranged.

 

 
 

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