Open Positions

Here you can find all currently available positions in the Student Government. Positions are broken up by Branch and/or Cabinet. Once you find a position you would like to apply for, click the Apply Now link at the bottom of the page and fill out the form.

  • Ad Hoc Committee on Bylaw Review | Members of this committee will review the Student Government Bylaws and other governing documents in order to find redundancies and areas for improvement. The committee will make recommendations to be considered by the undergraduate senate following the conclusion of the review. Members are appointed by the President and the Speaker and will ideally have a deep knowledge of the bylaws and organizational efficiency.

    Dining Commission | Members of this commission will discuss the status of Dining Services on campus and develop recommendations for new organizational policy. The Commission will meet on a basis to be determined by the Chair, who reports to the President, and elected Vice-Chair. Members need not be involved in Student Government, but are encouraged to have a level of familiarity with all aspects of dining services.

    Joint Committee on Elections Policy (Member)| Members of this Committee will create and review Student Government Elections Policies. The committee shall be comprised of three members appointed by the President, and two members appointed by the Speaker of the Undergraduate Senate. The term shall be one year beginning upon confirmation from the Undergraduate Senate, and will consist of a minimum of two election cycles.

    Director of Athletics and Club Sports|The Director will provide support for AU’s athletic programs and work to foster a strong sense of spirit at sports events. The Director will aid the President in advocating for issues that affect student athletes such as availability of medical services and facility usage.

    Associate Director of Transfer, Commuter, and International Students| The Associate Director shall be responsible for assisting and reporting to the director on initiatives with Transfer, Commuter, and International Students. It shall also be the responsibility of the Associate Director to ensure that these students are well represented and given opportunities to be involved on campus.

    Associate Director of Student Health| The Associate Director will work closely with the Director on improving the quality of Student Health at AU. This will involve projects with the Health Center, the Wellness Center, and other University departments on campus.

    Associate Director of Community Engagement| The Associate Director will serve as a liaison between student government and various neighborhood bodies. The Associate Director will report to the Director on ways to best interface with the communities that surround AU.

    Deputy Director of Socially Responsible Investing| will work with student and university groups in support of the Fossil Fuel Divestment movement. The Deputy Director should be knowledgeable about divestment status with the University and long-term sustainable goals going forward.

    Deputy Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life|The Deputy Director will assist the Director on work with the Pan-Hellenic Council and the Inter-Fraternity Council to advance Greek initiatives.

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  • Bike AU Director of Outreach| The Director of Outreach is responsible for orchestrating campus events and increasing student involvement. Outreach manages Bike AU social media. A background in communication is required and a general interest in biking is a plus.

    Bike AU Director of Events| The Director of Events is in charge of planning and execution of all the upcoming events for the program. This includes working with student leaders on campus and other organizations in the DC area to get the community involved. A background in communications is suggested, and strong organizational skills are necessary. An interest in bikes and biking is also suggested.

    Bike AU Director of Fleet Management and Facilities| The Director of Fleet Management and Facilities is responsible for the physical property for the program. The program has 9 bicycles, bike lockers, and multiple bicycle locks, along with other smaller physical assets. The Director of Fleet Management and Facilities will be required to check up on these on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, depending on availability. The Director Fleet Management and Facilities will also be in charge of purchasing of any future assets and managing part of the budget. At least a basic knowledge of bicycle maintenance is preferred, but not necessary.

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  •  Note: Senatorial elections are held in the fall of the academic year. There are a number of vacancies and they will be posted as they become available. Please email speaker@ausg.org if you have any additional questions.

     

    Director of Senate Communication| The Director of Senate Communication will work with the Speaker and the Secretary to ensure that all relevant Senate legislation and advocacy initiatives are communicated to the Student Body. Additionally, the Director will assist the Speaker in composing the Advocacy Database of the Student Government. This position will require roughly 3-4 hours of work per week, and comes with the possibility of pay, based on performance.

    Joint Committee on Elections Policy (Member)| Members of this Committee will create and review Student Government Elections Policies. The committee shall be comprised of three members appointed by the President, and two members appointed by the Speaker of the Undergraduate Senate. The term shall be one year beginning upon confirmation from the Undergraduate Senate, and will consist of a minimum of two election cycles.

     

     The Undergraduate Senate represents the student body.  The Senate considers bills and resolutions that advocate on behalf of students, affect Student Government policy, and provide oversight of the SG Executive and Judicial branches.  Each Senator is expected to hold office hours and attend all meetings of the Undergraduate Senate.

    Class Eligibility:
 0-29 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2017
30-59 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2016
60-89 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2015
90 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2014

    Senator Class of 2015| 4 seats available

    Senator Class of 2016| 1 seat available

    Senator Class of 2017| 1 seat available

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  • Elections Commissioner The Elections Commissioner is the chief planner and overseer of elections. The position is time-intensive during normal or special election cycles. The commissioner may not hold any other positions in the Student Government.

    Assistant Prosecutor | To help execute the duties and responsibilities of the Prosecutor. The Prosecutor helps to adjudicate cases that are brought before the Judicial Board, in the event of a possibly by-law violation.

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