New EAUC-Scotland Office Bearer Group Vacancies
28th October 2020
Are you is interested in helping the EAUC-Scotland team develop their support for sustainability in Scotland’s Universities and Colleges? Do you know someone who might be?
EAUC-Scotland are seeking two dedicated EAUC Members, one from the Higher Education Sector and one from the Further Education Sector, to join our Office Bearers Group (OBG), following the stepping down of Billy Grace from Dundee and Angus College and Michelle Brown from University of Edinburgh after 2-years and 6-years of support, respectively. The new representatives will join John Wincott from Fife College and Eilidh MacPhail from University of Highlands and Islands on the group. All Universities and Colleges in Scotland are EAUC Members, so all staff in the FHE sector are eligible, but please note the OBG would prefer to only have one representative from each institution within the group to bring a diversity of perspectives.
We particularly welcome applications from University policy, estates, and management staff; and College teaching and curriculum development staff.
What does the role entail?
The Office Bearers Group (OBG) consists of two representatives from the Further Education sector and two representatives from the Higher Education sector. The group meet at least every quarter either virtually or physically, at times to suit the group members. Each member of the OBG serves for a period of two years, with the possibility of continuing for a further two-year term. The OBG offer guidance and support to the EAUC-Scotland Office in implementing the EAUC-Scotland Programme, which is funded by the Scottish Funding Council.
How does the application process work?
The application form is available to download from the bottom of this page.
The EAUC is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its workforce, trustees and OBG members. Completed forms and any questions should be sent to EAUC-Scotland via Scotland@eauc.org.uk.
The closing date is the 23rd November 2020.
Join us at the EAUC-Scotland Winter Forum Meeting
on the 1st December, when one member of each EAUC Educational Member organisation present will be eligible to vote on the new OBG member. The successful applicants will be announced then and there.