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Model delegates, or just models? Pres and VP Ed working hard at the ALSA Council in Newcastle this weekend 👍🏼🏫 #anulss #alsa...

1 week ago

Photos from our O-Week party are now up on our Facebook Page! 💃🏼🕺🏽...

1 week ago

get on down to the LSS stall at Market Day - we're right across from the ramp entrance to MCC! $5 membership, banter, and an abundance of free stuff!! see you there xoxo...

1 week ago

Only 2 more sleeps until the LSS O-Week Party! Come look this tragically bad at our "crimes against fashion" party! Get your tickets now: http://lssoweekparty.getqpay.com/...

2 weeks ago

Deliveries aplenty today! GET KEEN FOR O-WEEK 👍🏼🎉 #anulss #law #oweek...

5 months ago

Thanks for coming to the launch of Peppercorn Issue 3! The Social Justice bake sale also raised tons of money for Cambodian NGOs! #anulss #anulaw #socialjustice #peppercorn...

5 months ago

Don't miss the launch of Peppercorn Issue 3 this Wednesday! There will be free coffee and a bake sale with proceeds going to the LSS Social Justice outreach project in Cambodia! #anulss #lss #peppercorn #socialjustice @ouranu...

9 months ago

Check out Peppercorn Issue 2 on www.anulss.com featuring great articles and opportunities! #peppercorn #anulss #magazine #currentaffairs #legalissues #opinion...

9 months ago

Office hours!! Vice-President Finance at your service ready and willing to answer any questions you might have...

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~~~ The ANU LSS is now accepting applications for a second Careers Director ~~~

The appointment of this position is contingent on the Constitutional Amendments proposed on 21 February being passed at the Special General Meeting to be held on 14 March 2017. The relevant changes can be found in section 18.2.1.8 of the Draft Amended Constitution on our website: www.anulss.com/about/operational-documents/.

The LSS Committee voted on creating a permanent second Careers Director position to assist the current portfolio because their workload has increased significantly this year: it was felt that the current team would struggle to do justice to the events without an additional person in their portfolio to assist. We are opening this position now so that the new Careers Director would be announced as soon as the Constitutional Amendments are passed and can begin working on a super packed Careers calendar for 2017.

An ideal candidate for Careers Director would be highly organised, have experience in leadership and have exceptional oral and written communication skills.

Furthermore, the Careers Director would be require to have excellent self-direction, ability work independently, and also be able to work effectively within a team especially with the exisiting VP Careers (Shani Horii-Watson) and Careers Director (Rocky Lagudi). Event organisation skills and experience representing students or interest groups are recommended but not required.

Please note that you must be enrolled at ANU as a law student in 2017 to be eligible for the position.

If you are interested in the position and have the relevant experience, please submit a maximum 1 A4 page application containing the following information:
- A brief description about yourself (degree, year level, other involvements);
- Why you want the position;
- What makes you the ideal candidate for the position? (what relevant skills and experience do you have in relation to the ideal candidate referred to above);
- What is your vision for the role? (what do you hope the role will achieve); and
- Your availability and commitments in 2017.

Please send applications to Anna at lssadministration@anu.edu.au by 5pm on Saturday 11th March. No late applications will be accepted.

If you have any questions regarding the position, please direct them to Shani at lsscareers@anu.edu.au.

Good luck to all prospective candidates!
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