Every year Essex students vote for who we want to lead the SU for the next year.
The seven Sabbatical officer roles are full-time, paid positions. The other positions are part-time, voluntary roles representing different communities of students.
What's being an Officer like?
At the University and SU
How being an officer can help your career.
A debrief of feedback from 2017.
These roles are a job, you won't be able to do this alongside your studies.
The head honcho. Work with senior staff from the SU and University to represent all students.
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Help make sure that every Essex student gets an amazing degree.
Ensure students have a kick-ass experience with SU venues and services.
Support and develop the Essex Blades, Societies Guild and vTeam.
Represent international students and the key issues that affect them.
Be a champion for student welfare issues and life off campus.
Work with staff to represent our Southend students, and make sure their views are heard.
Inform the SU's approach on really important issues without affecting your studies. These positions are part-time and are open to current students, alongside their degree.
Represent Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students at Essex.
Represent the education and life of disabled students at Essex.
Look after students on our Loughton Campus. This is a part-time paid role.
Represent issues facing LGBQ+ students on campus.
Inform the SU's approach to issues facing mature students.
Help to lead our approach on issues that you care about.
Represent part time students' issues on campus.
Represent issues facing female students on campus.
Represent Trans students at Essex.
Chair all meetings and make sure the Executive Officers are representing students.