TNW Student Assessor
Recruitment Student Assessor TNW
Do you want to serve the interests of all students of the faculty for one year? Do you want to gain experience in management and learn about the ins and outs of the faculty and the university? Do you want to build up a vast network, both inside and outside of the faculty? Apply for the position of student assessor!
The Faculty of Science and Technology (S&T/TNW) is looking for a new student assessor as of 1-9-2021 to be part of the faculty board. The faculty board consists of the dean, the portfolio holders Education, Research and Operations and the student assessor.
What does the student assessor do?
Within the Faculty Board, the student assessor represents the student perspective and is, therefore, a link between the faculty and the students. As a student member, the student assessor advises the Faculty Board during the plenary meetings on, among other things, education, student affairs, community building and internationalisation. The student assessor works closely with students and staff of the faculty and university. Furthermore, the student assessor contributes to the visibility of the Faculty Board to students and employees.
The Student Assessor stays informed of national developments in the field of education and maintains contact with the student members of the faculty council, the Study Associations, other student assessors (both UT and national), the Student Union and other relevant parties. By doing so, he or she represents the faculty both within the UT community and outside of it.
An overview of the roles and activities of the Student Assessor is attached to this mail.
We are looking for an enthusiastic student who:
- Studies at one of our faculty’s bachelor or master programs;
- Wants to represent the interest of the faculty’s students for one year;
- Is familiar with various aspects, issues, and interests that students find important;
- Is interested in education, student affairs and organisational processes;
- Is communicative and has robust advisory capabilities;
- Has a good sense of integrity and can properly deal with confidential information;
- Is not a member of the faculty council or a programme committee within S&T during the upcoming academic year.
The appointment as a student assessor runs from September 1, 2021, to September 1, 2022. During this period, you will be working 8 hours a week on average to fulfil all the student assessor tasks. Most of these hours can be planned flexibly. For your work as a student assessor, you receive a fixed compensation of €320 per month following the FOBOS regulation.
For more information or questions, you can contact the current student assessor, Kevin Klein Gunnewiek, via email@example.com.
Send your CV and accompanying letter of motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 17th 2021. The student members of the faculty council nominate the three most suitable candidates. Out of these three candidates, the faculty board chooses the new student assessor based on a job interview. Job interviews will take place in June 2021.