All Sabbatical Officers:


•    Shall be a trustee of the Students’ Union
•    Shall be considered a ‘major union officer holder’ as defined by the 1994 Education Act 
•    Shall be a full voting member of the Undeb Bangor Trustee Board and Undeb Bangor Executive Committee. 
•    Shall provide leadership on the direction of the Students' Union's campaigns and events portfolio
•    Shall aid and support Welcome Week activities, including a Freshers’ fair.
•    Shall support the work of Union officers and staff. At times this may be during evenings and weekends, outside of regular office hours.
•    Promote the values of the Union at all times
•    Shall work to ensure that their, and the Students’ Union’s, work is properly and effectively communicated to students. 
•    Shall be expected to regularly provide articles for Union publications, including the website.
•    Shall work to support and deliver the Students’ Union health, welfare, sustainability and community remit.
•    Shall proactively work on student ideas and policies passed at Undeb Bangor Council.
•    Shall attend and represent students at high level University meetings including; strategy groups task and finish groups and committees
•    Shall liaise with relevant University departments on matters which are important to students
•    Shall attend national conferences 
•    Shall sit on Students’ Union and University interview panels when required
•    Shall aid in representing students at University appeals and disciplinary processes when required
•    Shall attend Students’ Union meetings such as the Annual General Meeting and Undeb Bangor Council, providing reports and answering student questions when necessary
•    Shall support the Students’ Union in the production of reports
•    Shall regularly engage with students around campus


Sabbatical Officers will have the following specific portfolio remits:


PRESIDENT


•    Shall be lead officer of the Union and head of the Sabbatical Officer Team. 
•    Shall be the lead representative of the Union to the University, liaising between the Students’ Union and University Executive 
•    Shall be the chief representative of the Union to the local community and local and national media. 
•    Shall maintain contacts with other students’ unions and relevant external organisations. 
•    Shall be responsible for oversight on the creating and drafting of the Union budget on behalf of the Board of Trustees
•    Shall be responsible for the drafting and implementation of Union strategy and shall oversee operational policy in conjunction with the Trustee Board and the Students’ Union Director.
•    Shall make a report on the work of the Sabbatical Officers to every Undeb Bangor Council and Undeb Bangor General Meeting. 
•    Shall have delegated line management responsibility for the Students’ Union Director between meetings of the Undeb Bangor Trustee Board
•    Shall be the lead officer on matters relating to staffing issues within the Union. 
•    Shall chair meetings of the Undeb Bangor Trustee Board
•    Shall be the lead officer on matters relating to Union democracy and shall be responsible for upholding and interpreting the constitution. 
•    Shall be the officer responsible for the Union’s community remit, including students in the community project work, local and global community campaigns, the citizenship agenda and liaising with residents groups and the local council. 
•    Shall lead on matters relating to University Quality Assurance 
•    Shall work closely with the Vice President for Education on matters relating to education.

VICE PRESIDENT FOR EDUCATION


•    Shall be the officer responsible for the Union’s Education remit, with particular focus on matters of national and local education policy, funding and quality. This shall also cover all matters dealing with postgraduate education.
•    Shall regularly liaise with the University Executive on matters relating to education.
•    Shall work closely with the UMCB President on matters regarding Welsh medium education
•    Shall be the officer responsible for the coordination of the Students’ Union Course Representative system, ensuring regular liaison with the University and individual Academic Schools
•    Plan and facilitate Course Representative Council
•    Work closely with the Course Representative Cabinet and Course Representatives on initiatives, events and campaigns
•    Shall work closely with the UMCB President in the coordination of the Welsh Language aspects of the University’s course representative system. 
•    Shall support the Students’ Union’s Academic Research work
•    Shall support the Students’ Union in the production of reports relating to academic experience
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VICE PRESIDENT FOR SOCIETIES AND VOLUNTEERING 


•    Shall be the officer responsible for the Students’ Union’s Societies and Volunteering remit, liaising closely with University and representing students on matters relating to Societies and Volunteering
•    Shall be the officer responsible for the Union’s societies and volunteering remit, including being responsible for its operation and finances, and ensuring that its societies have the resources and information they require to function. 
•    Shall liaise with the Vice President for Sports and Is-Lywydd Myfyrwyr Cymraeg / UMCB President in coordinating a comprehensive training package for committee members of AU, Societies, Volunteering Groups and UMCB groups.
•    Shall encourage and promote recreational activity in the University, offering assistance through the Undeb Bangor Student Opportunities Team. 
•    Work closely with, and chair, the Societies and Volunteering Executive committees, supporting initiatives, events and campaigns
•    Work closely with society and volunteering committee members to support initiatives, events and campaigns
•    Aid in the monitoring of Society and Volunteering activities. At times this may be during evenings and weekends, outside of regular office hours.
•    Shall aid in the planning and facilitation of inter-university Society and Volunteering events.

VICE PRESIDENT FOR SPORTS


•    Shall be the officer responsible for the Students’ Union’s Sport remit, liaising closely with University and Bangor Sports Department, representing students on matters relating to sport.
•    Shall attend all relevant meetings of BUCS and BUCS Wales
•    Shall be the Athletic Union President, responsible for its operation and finances, and ensuring that its clubs have the resources and information they require to function. 
•    Shall liaise with the local community and national bodies on sporting matters.
•    Shall liaise with the Vice President for Societies and Volunteering and the UMCB President in coordinating a comprehensive training package for committee members of AU, Societies, Volunteering Groups and UMCB groups.
•    Shall encourage and promote members’ participation in both competitive and recreational sport in the University, offering assistance through the Athletic Union. 
•    Work closely with, and chair, the Athletic Union Executive, supporting initiatives, events and campaigns
•    Work closely with sports club committee members to support initiatives, events and campaigns
•    Aid in the monitoring of Athletic Union and sporting activities. At times this may be during evenings and weekends, outside of regular office hours.
•    Shall aid in the planning and facilitation of inter-university sports events.

IS-LYWYDD MYFYRWYR CYMRAEG / UMCB PRESIDENT 

•    Shall be a Welsh speaker and represent all Welsh speakers and learners. 
•    Shall be the officer responsible for the Students’ Union’s Welsh Language remit, liaising closely with University and representing students on matters relating to Welsh Language.
•    Shall be the President of UMCB, being responsible for its operation and finances, ensuring that its groups have the resources and information they require to function. 
•    Shall liaise with the University, local community and national bodies on issues regarding Welsh language provision and widening participation amongst Welsh speakers. 
•    Shall work closely with the Vice President for Education in the coordination of the Welsh Language aspects of the University’s course representative system and on matters regarding Welsh medium education.
•    Shall regularly meet with Welsh Language Course Representatives
•    Shall liaise with the Vice President for Societies and Volunteering and the Vice President for Sports in coordinating a comprehensive training package for committee members of AU, Societies, Volunteering Groups and UMCB groups. 
•    Shall encourage the inclusion and promotion of the Welsh language and culture in all University and Union affairs. 
•    Shall work to engage the local Welsh speaking community in the work of the Union and liaise with the President and Vice President for Societies and Volunteering on community work. 
•    Work closely with the UMCB Executive and UMCB society committee members to support initiatives, events and campaigns
•    Aid in the monitoring of UMCB activities. At times this may be during evenings and weekends, outside of regular office hours.
•    Shall aid in the planning and facilitation of inter-university Welsh Language events.
•    Shall sit on University Council