Posted on 26 January 2021
The University of York has a strong culture of representing student voices across all areas of the institution. We understand the importance of giving our students a voice and acknowledge that if we have a better understanding of the experiences of different groups of students, at different stages, we will be better placed to improve the student experience.
We are now recruiting new members for the Student Expert Panel, as well as expanding the remit of the Panel to include representation from Postgraduate (Taught and Research) and Overseas students.
The primary role of student panellists is to ensure that student experiences, needs and perspectives are represented in the work of the University in relation to access (being successful in obtaining a place to study at York), success (completing your studies and achieving the best award possible) and progression (securing future employment or further study).
Read the full job description: Student Expert Panel member job description (PDF , 354kb)
The Panel meets monthly during the academic year. The expected time commitment, which includes the Panel meetings, training and development, preparation for meetings, responding to consultations from the wider University and work in between meetings will be a maximum of 6-10 hours per term.
Panel members will be paid £8.88 per hour.
Reasonable travel expenses and subsistence will be reimbursed in line with the University of York’s travel and subsistence policy.
Application deadline: noon, Friday 26 February 2021
We welcome applications from all current students, no matter how you are studying, whether you live on or off campus, your stage of study and regardless of previous experience. We particularly encourage applications from students who are not in their final year of study and who come from underrepresented groups.
If you have any queries, email Michelle Hughes, Planning Officer (Access, Success and Progression): email@example.com.