Exec Roles

This page is designed to give a brief overview of the executive committee positions and their responsibilities. If you would like further information, you’re warmly invited to email hello@warwickpride.org.

Co-President (Strategy)

  • Oversee the strategy side of the society
  • Act as spokesperson for the society
  • Liaise with the other co-president
  • Liaise with the SU, including the societies coordinators, sabbatical officers, welfare committee, and liberation officers
  • Manage the community officers, campaigns officers, and welfare officers
  • Deal with arising welfare issues, in conjunction with the welfare officers
  • Organise exec training on an on-going basis

 

Co-President (Operations)

  • Oversee the strategy side of the society
  • Act as spokesperson for the society
  • Liaise with the other co-president
  • Liaise with the SU, including the societies coordinators, sabbatical officers, welfare committee, and liberation officers
  • Manage the treasurer, publicity officer, ball/buffet coordinator, tour/trips coordinator and socials coordinator
  • Aid the treasurer with the annual budget/grant request
  • Organise exec training on an on-going basis

 

Campaigns Officer

  • Lead the society’s campaigns efforts, including Pride Week, LGBT+ History Month, IDAHoBiT etc.
  • Liaise with the community officers to organise community-specific campaigns
  • Lead inter-society campaigns collaborations e.g. with Warwick Enable, Warwick Mind Aware, WARSoc, WASS and WLC
  • Respond to LGBTUA+ and liberation issues within the SU (and its societies) and university

 

Welfare Officer

  • Lead the society’s welfare efforts
  • Oversee the parenting scheme
  • Oversee the befriending service
  • Organise termly coming out workshops/discussions
  • Deal with arising welfare issues, in conjunction with the strategy co-president
  • Keep the society’s resources up-to-date and comprehensive on a wide range of welfare issues
  • Liaise with the campaigns officers to ensure that welfare issues are amply represented in the society’s campaigns efforts e.g. mental health awareness

 

Treasurer

  • Coordinate the annual budget/grant request
  • Maintain the society accounts
  • Publish regular public accounts updates
  • Advise the exec on budget & resource matters
  • Keep track of expense forms
  • Find alternative forms of funding where required
  • Oversee the society’s external projects fund & applications

 

Publicity Officer

  • Write the weekly email
  • Lead the design and printing of the annual Pride Guide
  • Keep the public calendar updated
  • Ensure that the website content remains up-to-date
  • Liaise with exec members to produce publicity required for social, campaigns, and welfare teams

 

Ball/Buffet Coordinator

  • Plan the term 1 Welcome Buffet
  • Compile the Ball planning pack for submission in term 1
  • Plan the term 2 Re-welcome Buffet
  • Organise the Ball in term 2
  • Organise year-round meal socials
  • Support the other coordinators
  • Support the campaigns officers with events such as Pride Week

 

Tour/Trips Coordinator

  • Consult with members & plan the annual Tour
  • Compile the Tour planning pack for submission in term 1
  • Organise Tour in time for term 2
  • Organise year-round nights out
  • Organise year-round day trips e.g. exhibition trips
  • Support the other coordinators
  • Support the campaigns officers with events such as Pride Week

 

Socials Coordinator

  • Organise the society ‘coffee socials’
  • Organise discreet socials e.g. ‘Thing in a room’, board game socials, film socials
  • Liaise with other societies to plan inter-society collaborative events
  • Organise activity socials e.g. board games socials, laser quest, bowling, skating
  • Support the other coordinators
  • Support the campaigns officers with events such as Pride Week

 

[Community] Officer

  • Represent their community, both within and outside of the society
  • Act as a spokesperson for community-specific issues
  • Oversee & moderate their community’s discussion space
  • Organise socials for their own community, with the support of the ents coordinators
  • Lead on community-specific awareness campaigns, welfare schemes etc. with support from the campaigns and welfare teams
  • Source community-specific support and resources
  • Act as point of contact for their community, and coordinate with the welfare team on welfare issues within their community
  • Liaise with other liberation societies and officers

For [Community] =

  • Women’s
  • People of Colour’s
  • People With Disabilities
  • International Students’
  • Postgraduate & Mature Students’
  • Bi
  • Trans
  • Undefined
  • Asexual/Aromantic