EAC Advisory Board Member


Are you a University of Bath Student with a passion for creativity? The board make decisions about the future of the EAC, planning events, opportunities and the strategic direction of the Edge Arts Community. It’s an exciting time to be part of this new scheme which aims to inspire and enable more creativity across campus. Our EAC Board members also benefit from additional development opportunities and make the decisions about what and how the EAC can provide a more creative culture for our students.

Responsibilities of board members:

To work together to devise and implement a programme of events and development opportunities for students signed up to the Edge Arts Community

  • To devise ideas for EAC events and activities, and to work as a team to produce a programme of opportunities for University of Bath students
  • To attend regular monthly board meetings to discuss and plan future events
  • To input into the strategic development of the Edge Arts Community scheme
  • To produce and share promotional material via the EAC newsletters and social media platforms
  • To attend Edge Arts Programming meetings to feedback and assist decision-making regarding the Edge Arts professional programme
  • To become an ambassador for the arts and EAC, encouraging friends, course mates and the wider student population to become part of the Edge Arts Community, both in person, at events, and online via social networking sites
  • To be available at short notice, and to work flexibly as required
  • To act as the public face of the EAC – to look, behave and act accordingly at all times

Members of the Advisory board will be employed via Joblink and will be paid for their time spent at EAC meetings.

£8.25 per hour (including holiday pay £9.25 per hour)

For more information about becoming an EAC ADVISORY BOARD member please click on the application form below or contact Alex Homewood a.m.homewood@bath.ac.uk. The application deadline is FRIDAY 13TH OCTOBER.

EAC Advisory Board Application 1718 – Word

EAC Advisory Board Application 1718 – PDF