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Neurodivergent Students' Officer

As Neurodivergent Students' Officer, you would be responsible for lobbying on issues surrounding the experiences of neurodivergent LSE students

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The person appointed to this role is part of the Union’s Executive Committee, who, having been elected by the student body, represent LSE students and shape the Union’s decision-making.

Specifically, this role addresses all issues surrounding the experiences of LSE students who are neurodivergent. As well as representation and campaigning, you will also have the opportunity to be involved in other LSESU events.

  • Set and carry out annual objectives which aim to improve the undergraduate and postgraduate experience of neurodivergent students 

  • Attend 121s with relevant LSESU staff once a month, and remain in regular contact through email/phone between meetings

  • Attend Executive meetings and the weekly UGMs, or send official apologies if this is not possible

  • Communicate and collaborate with the Sabbatical Officers where necessary

  • Communicate your work to students both in person and online

  • Flexible working around undergraduate or postgraduate studies 

  • International students are encouraged to stand