Keyword: Research


Chair

  • The Chair position is best suited for leaders who are passionate about student activism.  This role is meant to provide and enforce direction to further establish the Living History Project amongst students and on campus.
    • Must be:
      • Passionate about student activism
      • Organized
      • Self-motivated
      • Able to multitask
      • *Previous research experience preferred
    • Duties:
      • Organize general meetings
      • Record meeting minutes
      • Act in the capacity that the Social Media/Marketing Coordinator, Internal Student Coordinator, and External Student Coordinator cannot fulfill their duties
      • Oversee activities of the voting and non-voting members of LHP
      • Oversee accomplishment of other Voting Board Members’ tasks
      • Draft yearly and quarterly budget
      • Hold a minimum of two weekly office hours
      • Guide overall direction of the organization
      • Train successor Chairs
      • Collaborate with other student/AS entities
      • Perform logistical research and execution for events
      •  Meet with researchers to discuss their assignments and approve their topics.
      • Approve social media campaigns.

Office of the Student Advocate General: Community Outreach Coordinators

 The Community Outreach Coordinators shall:

1) Be responsible for projects and outreach that focus on advocacy and upholding student rights.

2) Serve as liaison to AS entities and other student organizations involved in advocacy efforts, including but not limited to: a) SCORE, SIRRC, Take Back the Night b) El Congreso, IDEAS c) Isla Vista Community Services District d) RHA

3) Work closely with the polling analysts in developing and executing quarterly polls that will assist in the implementation of office projects and/or other special projects.

4) Host at least one (1) quarterly town hall and/or public forum to support the implementation of a special project and assist in the development of quarterly polls.

5) Work with the External Deputy Chief of Staff, Chief of Staff, and Student Advocate General in developing the advocacy agenda.

6)  Serve a term of one (1) academic year.

7) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours a week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.


Office of the Student Advocate General: Polling Analysts

1) Be responsible for conducting quarterly polls pertaining to political dialogues,  periodic needs-assessments, and/or the development of office projects  within  for the benefit of the Association and the UCSB community.

     a) Work to develop, improve, and enhance polling methodologies and implementations within the OSA.

b) Work closely with the community outreach coordinators in developing and executing quarterly polls.

c) Must work with community outreach coordinators to outline a detailed plan and timeline to successfully conduct the quarterly polls.

d) The approval of the proposed plans for polls and projects will come at the discretion of the External Chief of Staff, with the final approval of the Student Advocate General.

        2) Be responsible for executing a detailed analysis of quarterly polls.

a) Be able to present this analysis both mathematically and rhetorically to the Student Advocate General, OSA Office, and other AS entities, including Senate.

        3) Serve as a representative to communicate with the student body, AS offices, and AS Entities regarding polling data to ensure understanding of all analyses and conclusions.

        4) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.

    5) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.


Office of the Student Advocate General: Policy Analyst

1) Assist the Student Advocate General with presenting the position of the Associated
Students to the University’s administration concerning student rights, campus rules, and
other areas of student conduct.
2) Assist the Student Advocate General in presenting the position of the office to the
Associated Students Senate.
3) Will create quarterly reports with the Student Advocate General and will present
alongside the Student Advocate General to the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs,
Judicial Affairs director, Chancellor, UCPD and Director of Title IX.
4) Responsible for organizing and operating the Associated Students Executive Fellowship
alongside the Chief of Staff and Deputy Chiefs of Staff.
5) Assist the Chief of Staff in the execution of their duties.
a) Will be responsible for conducting meetings if SAG, Chief of Staff, Internal
Deputy Chief of Staff and/or External Deputy Chief of Staff are not present.
6) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all
responsibilities of the position.
7) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


Office of the Student Advocate General: Internal Deputy Chief of Staff

1) Responsible for organizing and operating the Associated Students Executive Fellowship
alongside the External Chief of Staff.
2) Be responsible for the administrative tasks of the office in collaboration with the External
Deputy Chief of Staff (taking minutes, scheduling meeting times, organizing files, etc).
3) Assist the Chief of Staff in the execution of their duties
a) Will be responsible for conducting meetings if the SAG and Chief of Staff are not
available with External Deputy Chief.
4) Serve as a liaison with the other AS entities to make sure there’s a clear communication
between all AS offices with the OSA office
5) Serve as a liaison and overseer of caseworkers (all divisions) to Student Advocate
General, Chief of Staff, External Deputy Chief of Staff, and to the entire campus
community.
6) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all
responsibilities of the position.
7) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


Office of the Student Advocate General: Chief of Staff

1) Specialize in internal office affairs maintaining the day to day operations of the OSA
including the assignment and follow up of case work in coordination with the Division
Directors and advising organizations.
2) Assist in all duties performed by the Student Advocate General as requested.
3) Be responsible for planning and implementing all staff training sessions
4) Be proficiently knowledgeable of University and system wide policies, rules, and
regulations.
5) Track and oversee the progress of the Advocacy Agenda and quarterly projects of the
office staff Keep Office of the Student Advocate Staff Accountable in learning and
applying university and system-wide policies, rules, and regulations.
6) Schedule office staff to attend campus events, meetings with clubs and organizations,
and meetings with administration.
7) Hold a minimum of six (6) office hours per week week dedicated to fulfilling all
responsibilities of the position.
8) In the event that the Office of the Student Advocate becomes vacant, the chief shall lead
the office staff and ensure the office operates until a new SAG is duly elected.
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9) 9) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


Lobby Corps: External Director

The External Director shall be responsible for representing Lobby Corps to external entities, including AS Executive Offices, AS Senate, AS boards, commissions, and units, OSL organizations, as well as to the student body. They shall manage and coordinate all outreach and recruitment campaigns, specifically through class presentations, tabling, and Week of Welcome activities. They shall assist the Co-Chairs with

Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more. The ideal applicant is outgoing, and will be available to start over Summer Session B.


Lobby Corps: Internal Director

The Internal Director shall be responsible for assisting the Co-Chairs in the operational management of  Lobby Corps. The Internal Director oversees booking hotels and transportation for lobby trips. The Internal Director will also prepare agendas and take minutes at executive meetings, oversee Lobby Corps’ finances, and prepare budget requests. We’d also like the to see the Internal Director play a central role in leading and supporting Lobby Corps’ general members; the specifics of this responsibility will depend on the Internal Director’s preferences. Like each other Lobby Corps Officer, they are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week, and attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats.


Office of the Attorney General: Attorney General

A) Be empowered to investigate and prosecute any potential violations of the ASUCSB Legal Code.
1) The Attorney General shall have the chief responsibility for litigation presented by the
office.
B) Advise those who bring their own cases.
C) Hold a minimum of three (3) weekly office hours.
D) Be an Ex-Officio member of all A.S. Boards and Commissions, Senate Committees, and Units.
E) Attend all meetings of the Senate Standing Committee on Constitution and By-laws.
F) Maintain a working knowledge of the Constitution and By-Laws.
G) Maintain a strong knowledge of the A.S. Legal Code as well as the A.S. Financial Policies and
Procedures.
H) Work with all Associated Students groups or officials to prevent violations of the A.S. UCSB
Legal Code.
I) Represent the Associated Students in the prosecution of policy violations in which case the
Attorney General will represent their office.
J) Attend at least five (5) meetings per quarter of the Associated Students Senate.
K) Attend at least three (3) meetings per quarter of the Senate Standing Committee on Finance and
Business.
L) Attend at least one (1) meeting per quarter of all other Associated Students regular meetings as
time permits.
M) Be knowledgeable on the actions of the A.S. Executives as well as their job duties as stated in the
A.S. UCSB Legal Code.
N) Meet regularly with the following entities:
1) The Internal Vice President bi-monthly
2) The President bi-quarterly
O) Act as the Chief Legal Counsel to the A.S. Senate.
P) Ensure there is proper implementation of all directives made by the A.S. Senate


Lobby Corps: Scheduling Director

The primary duty of the Scheduling Director is to schedule lobby visits with Legislators throughout the year. The Scheduling Director shall coordinate with the Co-Chairs to set a quarterly Lobby Corps calendar that contains events, lobby visits, meetings, and retreats, and shall maintain a database of the contact information of the offices of elected representatives. Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more. The ideal applicant is willing to start over the summer.


Lobby Corps: Legislative Director

The Legislative Director will be primarily responsible for working in conjunction with the Co-Chairs to develop a legislative agenda that fights for student needs at the local, state, and national levels. The Legislative Director will flag all legislation that is introduced and relevant to UC students, and work with the Co-Chairs to create a list of core priorities. The Legislative Director will use trackers to follow bills and update the Executive Board about progress and upcoming committee hearings, votes, or other deadlines. The Legislative Director will also provide the written content for social media posts & leave-behind materials to the Comms Director. Finally, the Legislative Director will work with Lobby Trainers to prepare bill briefings. The Legislative Director will also maintain a working database of key legislators and their positions on student issues. Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more.


Lobby Corps: Communications Director

The Communications Director is primarily responsible for disseminating information throughout the campus, as well as maintaining Lobby Corps’ connection and contact with all major Campus, Local, Statewide and National media outlets. They handle Lobby Corps’ social media accounts and are responsible for keeping the community informed about Lobby Corps’ work through regular updates. Lastly, the Communications Director coordinates all outreach and recruitment campaigns, specifically through: presentations in class and to other organizations, tabling, Week of Welcome Activities, and the creation of posters, flyers and signs. Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more. The ideal applicant possesses background knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite Applications (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign) and is familiar with concepts relating to Graphic or Layout Design.