Student Support Commissioner (Volunteer Position)
The Student Support Commissioner is an unpaid, volunteer student leadership position. Working in consultation with the A.S. President, the person selected serves as a student representative and works with the Division of Student Affairs on reviewing the policies, procedures and outcomes for the office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and making recommendations as necessary.
- Will research various policies, procedures and practices, along with possible student-friendly alternatives in the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities including but not limited to:
- the right to a lawyer during all student discipline-related hearings/meetings
- the release of personal information in the SDSUPD daily media bulletin
- residence hall behavior-related agreements and discipline processes
- feasibility of a confidential forum for students to receive advice when required to initiate contact with the office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
- Serve on the A.S. Student Affairs Advisory Board
- Act as a liaison for the A.S. President with students and University administration on issues and concerns brought up by students in regards to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
- Attend all President’s Cabinet meetings and retreats
- Make regular reports to the Chief-of-Staff
- Make regular reports to the A.S. Council
- Assist in other duties as assigned, by the A.S. President and the President’s Cabinet Chief of Staff.
Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Staff and responsible to the A.S. President.
Education: Must be regularly enrolled SDSU student, carrying at least six units per semester.
Experience: Proficiency in Microsoft Word required. Have excellent writing and communication skills PC proficient – Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, internet and other database systems preferred.
Special Considerations: Ability to work well with people. Knowledge of the Associated Students and SDSU campus is an asset, especially in relation to student discipline issues and A.S. and SDSU infrastructure. Highly organized individual with keen written and verbal skills and exceptional attention to details. Ability to work in a diverse, frequently changing population of students. Able to work well with little supervision.
Volunteer, Unpaid Position