Postgraduate Coursework Student Representative

Postgraduate Coursework Student Representative

The School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM) Student Representative is a voluntary position. The objectives of the position are to provide feedback to the program directors regarding issues affecting coursework students at the School, representing students in relation to work health and safety matters at the School and provide input into the organising of new student welcome sessions and other student events.

The student representative must be enrolled in one of the postgraduate coursework programs offered at the School.

Responsibilities

Assist with student events in the school, attend school OHS meetings as the student rep and provide feedback to program directors on behalf of all postgraduate coursework students.

How to get involved

Students will be invited to submit an expression of interest at the Semester 2 Meet and Greet event.

Positions

SPHCM Postgraduate Coursework Student Representative

Training

OHS training (2 day course).

Duration

1 year position, from semester 2 - semester 1.


Accreditation

Availability of activity

All year round, Semester - weekdays

Type of activity

Student ambassadors

Provider of activity

UNSW Medicine

Interest area

Fundraising & events, Marketing, media & communications

Skills required and/or developed

Cross-cultural & global citizenship, Event & project management, Interpersonal & communication


Contacts and more information

Provider

School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Medicine

Contact

Phillip Raponi, Student Services Manager

Anita Heywood, Assistant Director of the Public Health Program

Email

p.raponi@unsw.edu.au

 

Phone

  • Phillip: 02 9385 8774 
  • Anita: 02 9385 3667 

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