Welfare Officer (S&E)

Henriana Kombo Nguila Iyongo & Ishani Nanda


About the role:

Becoming a Welfare Officer is a great opportunity to represent students on welfare and equal opportunity concerns that affect those in the faculty of Science & Engineering. You’ll gather feedback on students’ interests and lobby Queen Mary and other organisations to make a positive difference to their lives. You'll support the Vice Science & Engineering and Vice President Welfare with liaising with members of the relevant clubs, societies and student groups to identify concerns and implement solutions.


  • Engage with and lobby Queen Mary University of London and other relevant organisations to achieve improvements for students on matters relating to student welfare)
  • Attend relevant meetings within the Students’ Union and the university (see list of compulsory meetings below)
  • Seek feedback from S&E students in order to accurately represent their interests
  • Where appropriate, support the Executive Officers in their duties and responsibilities and seek support from them with respect to their own duties and responsibilities
  • Coordinate and collaborate with the Vice President Welfare, Welfare Officer (HSS), Welfare Officer (BL) where appropriate
  • Liaise with members of student groups relevant to their role
  • Provide regular updates on your work to the students you represent


Meetings that I attend:
  • Student Council (2 hour meeting, five times a year
  • Science and Engineering Board (2 hour meeting, five times a year)
  • Welfare Board (1.5 hour meeting, five times a year)

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