Roles Available

We are looking for a Student President and three Vice Presidents. Below you will an outline of each roles’ responsibilities alongside the eligibility criteria to run for these positions.

Please note you may only stand for one position in the elections and successful applicants will be subject to a satisfactory PVG Disclosure Check.

Full Time (35 hours per week) / Annual Salary £22,034

The role of Student President is demanding and rewarding. You will lead the Students’ Association, aiming to improve the student experience for every student at College. Responsibilities include:

  • To lead the Student Parliament and help each officer to realise the objectives of their manifesto.
  • To actively participate in the Board of Management and represent student views at College committees.
  • To develop opportunities that allow students to take part in enrichment activities.
  • To work with Class and Faculty Reps to improve the student learning experience, in partnership with College staff.
  • To raise awareness of national campaigns and student issues and make an impact at national level through the National Union of Students.

Any City of Glasgow College student currently enrolled at the College (excluding evening/weekend leisure courses) can stand for election if they are:

  • Over the age of 16
  • Are eligible to work in the UK and
  • Can commit to working 35 hours a week

The role of Student President is a full-time paid position, this means that you can stand even if you are about to finish College this year.

Part Time (14 hours per week) / Annual Salary £19,782 (Pro Rata)

The Vice President Diversity & Wellbeing will work with students and SA staff on areas related to diversity and student wellbeing, ensuring that all students at City are effectively represented and their mental and physical wellbeing is promoted and championed. Their responsibilities include:

  • Work with students and staff to promote positive mental health and a positive lifestyle.
  • Develop SA liberation work (campaigns supporting the rights of women, ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+ people and disabled people), including liberation months and societies.
  • Support the Student President in leading the Students’ Association.

Any City of Glasgow College student currently enrolled at college (excluding evening/weekend leisure courses) can stand for election if they are:

  • Over the age of 16
  • Are eligible to work in the UK and
  • Can commit to working 14 hours a week

These hours can be flexible around your studies but core hours will be between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

To apply for a Vice President position you must also be progressing to the next level of your course or starting a new course in academic year 2021-22. This course must be running throughout the entire academic year 2020-21.

Part Time (14 hours per week) / Annual Salary £19,782 (Pro Rata)

The Vice President Learning & Teaching will work with students and SA staff on areas related to the student learning experience, ensuring that student feedback is used effectively to improve learning and teaching. Their responsibilities include:

  • To help the Students’ Association enhance the student experience with specific focus on learning and teaching and student feedback structures.
  • Support the Student President in leading the Students’ Association.
  • Promote the Class and Faculty Rep system and act on student feedback to enhance learning and teaching at the college.

Any City of Glasgow College student currently enrolled at college (excluding evening/weekend leisure courses) can stand for election if they are:

  • Over the age of 16
  • Are eligible to work in the UK and
  • Can commit to working 14 hours a week

These hours can be flexible around your studies but core hours will be between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

To apply for a Vice President position you must also be progressing to the next level of your course or starting a new course in academic year 2021-22. This course must be running throughout the entire academic year 2020-21.

Part Time (14 hours per week) / Annual Salary £19,782 (Pro Rata)

The Vice President Social & Activities will work towards ensuring that students have a College experience they never forget! Making new friends and trying new activities is a big part of College and enhancing this will be a big part of your role. Their responsibilities include:

  • Work alongside students and SA staff to enhance students’ experiences with specific focus on clubs, societies, sports and events.
  • Develop a calendar of events and activities including Fresher’s Week.
  • Support the Student President in leading the Students’ Association.

Any City of Glasgow College student currently enrolled at college (excluding evening/weekend leisure courses) can stand for election if they are:

  • Over the age of 16
  • Are eligible to work in the UK and
  • Can commit to working 14 hours a week

These hours can be flexible around your studies but core hours will be between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

To apply for a Vice President position you must also be progressing to the next level of your course or starting a new course in academic year 2021-22. This course must be running throughout the entire academic year 2020-21.

City Campus

Students’ Association
City of Glasgow College
Second Floor
190 Cathedral Street
Glasgow
G4 0RF
t: 0141 375 5322

Riverside Campus

Students’ Association
City of Glasgow College
Ground Floor
21 Thistle Street
Glasgow
G5 9XB
t: 0141 375 5600

City of Glasgow College

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