- To be the primary spokesperson and representative on matters relating to Sport and Student Wellbeing.
- To promote the physical and mental well-being of members and to lead and support initiatives and campaigns aimed at improving student safety and student health.
- To campaign to ensure that the University includes a strong commitment to Sport and Wellbeing in its strategies, including the University Estates Strategy.
- To convene panels to oversee the allocation of funding for Sport as determined by the Corporate Trustee or University and to develop transparent and fair criteria and processes for funding.
- To contribute to the organisation of Sports events and to fund raise for events as appropriate.
- To enhance sports club office holders’ effectiveness and the development of Sport and sports clubs through regular communications, publications, involvement in training events and to promote health and safety in competitive and recreational sport.
- To convene the Sports Forum (a minimum of twice annually, once in each of the first two trimesters) and take forward business from this Forum to the ENSA 50 and other forums.
Shared Responsibilities of Co-Presidents:
- To be a co-equal Director of the Corporate Trustee and to play a full part in its business and in the strategic development of the Association.
- To act collectively as the democratic leadership of the student body at Edinburgh Napier University and on behalf of the Association’s members to improve the student experience.
- To convene the Association’s Forums and ad hoc student groups and support the work of the ENSA 50.
- To develop student-facing policy portfolios.
- To lead and support representations and campaigns on behalf of the Association’s membership to raise awareness and win improvements on its behalf.
- Regularly and actively to engage with students in person, and via the Association’s social media and other communication channels to keep them updated about the Association and its work and to seek their views.
- To support the Association’s events, including training, campaigns and Freshers Week.
- To attend and participate in a range of working groups, committee meetings, and forums in a representative capacity to advance the interests of the membership.
- To deliver on manifestos.
- To participate in the work of the University and with external associations and agencies where this is consistent with the strategic aims of the Corporate Trustee; is within the Charitable Objects of the Association; and is in accordance with the policy portfolios.
- To undertake the specific roles assigned to their Presidential/ Co-Presidential post.
This post is full-time (for a 1 year term) and require those elected to either take a year out of their studies or to take up their role immediately following graduation.