Do you want to defend the interests of all students of the faculty for one year? Do you want to gain experience in management and governance and learn about the ins and outs of the faculty and the university? Do you want to build up a professional network, both inside and outside of the faculty? Apply for the position of student assessor!
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) is looking for a new student assessor as of September 1, 2021 to be part of the faculty board.
Within the Faculty Board, the Student Assessor represents a student perspective. The Student Assessor has an advisory role in the board, can actively attend board meetings and is an important channel for enhancing its interaction with the student population. Depending on personal interest and skills, the Student Assessor can take on specific tasks in consultation with the Faculty Board. Furthermore, the accessibility of the Student Assessor enables the Student Assessor to assist on various topics like UT strategy days, internationalisation, ITK support and BOB-activities.
The function of a Student Assessor contains proactive and reactive components. The proactive components include attending all meetings of the Faculty Board, suggesting agenda topics for the board meetings, actively advising on student related topics and keeping in touch with various study bodies. The reactive component includes the representative role of the Student Assessor, where they provide the student perspective. Depending on personal interest and skills, the Student Assessor can take on specific tasks in consultation with the Faculty Board,
We are looking for an enthusiastic student who:
- Studies at one of our faculty’s bachelor or master programs;
- Wants to defend the interest of the faculty’s students for one year;
- Knows what’s on the students’ minds and is able to advise the board on this;
- Is interested in education, student affairs and administrative processes;
- Is communicative and likes to share his/her opinion with others;
- Has a good sense of integrity and can properly deal with confidential information;
- Preferably has experience with board membership or the university/faculty council.
The appointment as a student assessor runs from September 1, 2021 to September 1, 2022. During this period, you will need to spend around 8 hours per week to fulfill all the student assessor tasks. Most of these hours can be used/planned flexibly. For your work as a student assessor, you receive a fixed compensation of € 320 net per month.
For more information or questions you can contact the current student assessor, Danique Lummen, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send your CV and accompanying letter of motivation to the student members of the EEMCS faculty council via email@example.com no later than 11 June 2021. The student members of the faculty council will nominate suitable candidates. The faculty board selects the new student assessor in June and asks the Executive Board of the UT to appoint the assessor.