The AGM has been arranged for the 12th February in MS0.4 starting at 6pm. If you wish to run for an exec position please send your manifesto to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your manifesto should cover who you are and why you want to be elected to a position in the society. Please note that you need to be a current member (not associate member) of CompSoc to be elected.
UPDATE: You can now vote at: http://uwcs.co.uk/elections/details/4/ if you wish to vote before the AGM. Please not you can only vote once.
The positions are as follows:
Academic President (Co-President)
The role involves keep the academic activities of the society running including academic talks and technical services. Both president positions have a responsibility to oversee the budget working with the secretary and treasurer on general society matters.
Gaming President (Co-President)
The role involves keep the gaming activities of the society running including weekly gaming events and the society’s LANs. Both president positions have a responsibility to oversee the budget working with the secretary and treasurer on general society matters.
The role involves managing and overseeing the society’s accounts. There is a responsibility to ensure the funds are used wisely and to sign off purchases for the society.
The role involves taking minutes from exec meetings and communicating with the Student Union and the University on behalf of the society. Primarily in order to book rooms for society events. The secretary is also in charge of various administrative tasks. The secretary is also in charge of sending out newsletters to the society’s members.
The role involves planning and communicating the social activities of the society, including weekly pub events and special socials for LANs.
The role involves managing the society’s technical services. The technical officer acts as a communicator between the exec and the tech Team.
If you have any questions about any exec position or the application process, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
Goshawk (Alexander Cooper)