The Student Council is looking for a RUS Chairpersonship to oversee the planning and execution of RUC Tutoring 2022.
The RUS Chairpersonship consists of two people who are given the overall responsibility for ensuring that tutors receive the necessary training and that Tutoring is carried out in a satisfactory manner. This includes the recruitment of tutors, organization and execution of a training program, division of tutors into tutor groups, coordination of trips and events, preparation of a budget, and general support of the tutors’ work. It is also the responsibility of the RUS Chairpersonship to ensure that the overall objectives of Tutoring 2022 are achieved, the most important of which is the provision of a comprehensive and engaging study start for new students.
As part of their work, the RUS Chairpersonship is expected to collaborate and keep an open, ongoing dialogue with the Student Council’s Chairpersonship and secretariat regarding practical tasks and the development of the Tutoring concept.
The position requires effective organizational skills and a strong sense of overview for large projects. It additionally requires, but is not limited to, the ability to handle stressful situations and pressure, that you have an understanding of (or willingness to learn) to work with budgets and accounts, and skills (and preferably experience) in volunteer management.
Furthermore, in-depth knowledge of tutoring in its entirety is required. The RUS Chairpersonship must cooperate with many different parties, including tutors, a RUSK team, the Student Council’s Chairpersonship and board, and RUC’s administrative staff. Therefore, a RUS Chairpersonship must be cooperative and seek compromise, while still maintaining the ability to follow a clearly defined course of action and reach broad, overarching goals. Finally, it is expected that the RUS Chairpersonship is passionate about creating fantastic Tutoring for all new students starting at RUC in 2022.
The RUS Chairpersonship will be remunerated with the equivalent of 200 hours of work in total. However, this figure is not representative of the total volunteer time commitment, which is expected to be significantly higher. The salary is paid out as a fee from the Student Council, which amounts to DKK 30,000 in total, to be distributed between the Chairs. The fee is paid according to a further agreement with the Student Council’s Chairpersonship. The final payment will not be made until the submission of a report/review of Tutoring 2022 by the RUS Chairpersonship.
Applications and Content:
Written applications are to be sent to Daniel@sr-ruc.dk no later than Tuesday the 28th of September, 2021 at 23:59.
In the application, the applicants are expected to, in addition to explaining their qualifications for the position, consider how they want to develop Tutoring in the future. This is to include detailing how they will meet their objectives.
The application must detail the aspects of Tutoring you believe are important to focus on in 2022. We do not expect you to have Tutoring 2022 planned out – however, it is important that you have included your reflections and priorities prior to future employment.
Ideas for content can thus be the following (though anything can be included as long as your visions and priorities are clear):
- What visions will you work towards in 2022 – for example in relation to inclusion, communication, or something else?
- How will you recruit RUSKs and tutors?
- How will you organize the training and education plan to ensure that the tutors are ready to carry out their work? This applies to, among other things, seminars and what each should contain.
- What are your reflections on your own qualifications – especially in relation to the above description of the role. Feel free to name other things you find relevant.
Interviews will be held from Monday the 11th of November to Friday the 15th of November (Week 41.) Interviews will be conducted by a recruitment committee and will be based on the written applications.
The employed RUS Chairs will be announced at BW.
The recruitment committee consists of at least:
- Daniel Wilken, The Organizational Vice Chairperson of the Student Council at RUC
- Daniel Bjerregård, The Economic Vice Chairperson of the Student Council at RUC
- Maria Køpke, The Chairperson of the Student Council at RUC
- The 2021 RUS Chairpersonship, Emma Schacht & Cecillie Möller
- One to two tutors from 2021
- Employees from the study and career study and career guidance
Questions related to the above can be directed to:
Daniel Wilken – Daniel@sr-ruc.dk