Students’ Union

  • Student Union Officers

    There are 16 roles on the Student Union. Click each role to find out more about their job descriptions, if you are interested in running for any of the positions you are strongly advised to contact the current officer for more information.

    Any student considering running for the sabbatical position is strongly encouraged to get in touch with one of the Deputy Directors of Education before standing. Contact icsm.president@imperial.ac.uk for more information.

    Your Role: I ensure that all things ICSM run smoothly. I take a year out of studies to lead the Students’ Union.

    How others in the SU describe my role: A little bit of this and a little bit of that. Always present and available, both professionally and socially. Lives and breathes ICSM!

    Do this role if… you enjoy pushing the boundaries and giving it a go!

    For more information contact Alex Chippy Compton

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø The ultimate representative of ICSMSU and responsible for all its actions.
      Ø Financially responsible for ICSMSU along with the Management Group Treasurer.
      Ø Accountable to the electorate, the School of Medicine and ICU for all activities of ICSMSU.
      Ø Represents the:
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students
      § Views and interests of ICSM students (on education, welfare, extracurricular activities and post-qualification issues) to the College, the Medical School, ICU, prospective students and schools, and external bodies such as the GMC, BMA and funding bodies.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Managing the Students’ Union Officers and supervising the day-to-day activity of the Union.
      § The election of ICSMSU Executive Officers.
      § Chairs the School of Medicine Staff Student Liaison Group meetings.
      § Sign-posting students with pastoral and welfare concerns.
      § Overseeing the ICU Disciplinary policy relating to any Faculty of Medicine student as delegated by the ICU President
      § Supporting and guiding the BMA Medical School Committee representatives and their committee.
      § The organisation of the Final Year Photo.
      § The organisation of Affirmation alongside the Entertainments Chair.
      § Coordinating the School of Medicine Open Days in coordination with the FEO
      § Liaising with the Reynolds’ Bar Manager and ICU Commercial Services to ensure smooth running of events at the Reynolds’ Bar.
      § Updating ICSMSU’s social networking pages, i.e. Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook.
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

    Your Role: I am Chippy’s right hand lady so I am responsible for deputising in her absence and taking on whatever jobs/meetings are thrown at me. My role also includes looking after the other SU officers and the student body as a whole.

    How others in the SU describe my role: I require consistency, common sense, and a lot of community spirit! Like Chippy, it is important to make sure I always have my finger on the pulse of the Medical School.

    Do this role if… you can be flexible and prepared to cope with the varying workload- it can go from being chilled to intense pretty quickly.

    For more information contact Mala Mawkin

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Deputises for the President, as required.
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Aiding with other Officers’ roles where necessary and working to develop their roles.
      § Monitoring the ICSM Students’ Union Constitution and ensuring its adherence.
      § Coordinating all aspects of the ICSMSU quality assurance process, including but not exclusively implementation of the 3-year strategy and Union development.
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      § Chairs the ICSMSU Executive meetings.
      § Liaise with the Entertainments team to organise Freshers’ Fortnight, in particularly the ICSM Welcome Dinner
      § Coordinating the School of Medicine Interviews and Interview Tours in coordination with the FEO and ICSMSU Secretary (moved from ICSMSU President)

    Management Group Treasurer

    (previously Treasurer)

    Your Role: As treasurer I am responsible for the finances of all our clubs and societies. I also oversee the finances of the SU.

    How others in the SU describe my role: I am the money man. Without me, the medical school would soon sink – but there is plenty of help to be had from others in the SU so don’t be worried!

    Do this role if… you should do this role if you are enthusiastic about driving the medical school forward and enjoy working with people. A knowledge of eActivities is pretty useful as well!

    Deal with the finances of ICSMSU and responsible for budgeting/overseeing budgeting of ICSM events as well as Clubs and Societies.

    For more information contact James Palmer

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Overall financial responsibility for all clubs and societies within ICSMSU including the Executive.
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Ensuring all Club and Society Officers has had appropriate training in Union finances so as to ensure they are able to run smoothly.
      § Ensuring all events and tours for clubs and societies have been appropriately budgeted and authorised as well as giving assistance and advice on these matters.
      § Ensuring all ICSMSU events have been authorised as well as giving assistance and advice on these matters.
      § Assisting with ICSMSU Clubs and Societies Management Group Meetings.
      § Meeting with all ICSMSU Clubs and Societies at least twice a term, either as a full Management Group meeting, smaller focus group meetings or on a one to one basis alongside the Clubs & Societies Officer.
      § Ensuring all annual clubs and societies budgets are submitted on time and meet guidelines.
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      Ø Reportable to the ICU Deputy President (Finance & Services).

    Executive Treasurer

    (previously Sponsorship Officer)

    Your Role: I am in charge of the SU finances. I work with everyone to budget for our activities and secure sponsorship. I also offer advice to all ICSM clubs and societies regarding sponsorship.

    How others in the SU describe my role: I am the businesswoman (or man) of the SU. I work closely with the other officers and promote our events to external companies.

    Do this role if… you have had experience in talking to or dealing with companies previously (not essential). As long as you’re willing to put in the time and effort, you will get results, so resilience is probably the most important attribute required for this role!

    For more information contact Shonnelly Novintan

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union, (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students
      Ø Works together with the Entertainments Team
      Ø Financially responsible as Junior Treasurer for ICSMSU Exec
      Ø Responsibility for, but not limited to:
      § Liaise with all regular sponsors to secure sponsorship for the ICSMSU Exec, including Halfway Dinner, STFYD and RAG
      § Assisting clubs and societies in securing sponsorship or providing advice as necessary
      § Will attempt to secure sponsorship for the following year’s Freshers’ Fortnight alongside the incoming Officer
      § Liaise with local companies to offer discounts and promotions to ICSMSU students and Faculty
      § Draw up budgets for ICSMSU-run events

    Secretary and Communications

    Previously separate roles- now combined)

    Your Role: The secretary aspect includes sending keeping track of what is happening with all the other SU exec members, taking minutes in the meetings and sending newsletters whilst comms is more website focused, as well as looking towards the social media of the med school.

    How others in the SU describe my role: We are the ones responsible for keeping the medical school population up to date with what is going on. From conferences to nights out, our role is to spread the word!

    Do this role if… you want the chance to be the ones in charge of keeping everyone on track, and aware of what is going on in the Med School as well as the wider world! (Yes, apparently there is a whole world of medicine outside of ICSM – who knew?) Ideally, some level of coding knowledge would be more than helpful for those moments when the website goes down..
    For more information contact Florence Bell or Sonika Sethi

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Carrying out the secretarial affairs of the ICSMSU Executive, ICSMSU Entertainments Team and ICSMSU Clubs & Societies Management Group
      § Carrying out all administrative affairs within the ICSMSU Executive, including but not exclusive to duty rotas and ICSMSU Executive meeting room bookings.
      § Preserving all Union publications, archive records and documentation.
      § Updating and monitoring of the Union calendar, including a termly planner.
      § Organising student representatives to lead tours of the medical school on interview and open days with the Deputy President.
      § Keeping the ICSMSU Website up to date and altering any website coding and source language that is required.
      § Updating ICSMSU’s social networking pages, i.e. Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook.
      § The weekly production of the ICSM Newsletter.
      § The development of the Freshers’ Handbook with ICSMSU Gazette.
      § Working with the relevant ICSMSU exec officers to maintain and advance each section of the website.
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

    Welfare Officer

    Your Role: Whilst some of my role does involve making tea and having a good chat, a huge amount revolves around knowing how to signpost you to the people who know how to deal with the problems in the most appropriate way and run campaigns.

    How others in the SU describe my role: I signpost students to support services and have a never ending supply of tea! I also head up a Welfare committee who run campaigns throughout the year.

    Do this role if… you have a passion for people, and want to make a change.

    For more information contact Evie Taylor-Davies

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union, (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the:
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students
      § Welfare needs of students to the Faculty and to ICU at ICU Council, Community and Welfare Board and Staff-Student Liaison Groups
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Being a point of contact for students with pastoral and welfare concerns.
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate and acting upon relevant matters arising from the meetings as well as relaying their outcomes to the student body.
      § Liaising with the Faculty Senior Tutors regarding student welfare, the curriculum, the Disclosure and Barring Service and Fitness to Practice information
      § Liaising with the ICU Deputy President (Welfare) regarding welfare campaigns
      § Organising and monitoring the medical school ‘Mums and Dads’ scheme for the incoming School of Medicine Freshers. This including the ‘Mums and Dads’ party with the help of the Entertainments Team and working with GradMed Society to ensure Graduate Entry have a scheme in place.
      § To assemble and chair a committee of individuals to aid in the running of welfare campaigns and welfare support throughout the year.
      § To chair ICSMSU welfare committee meetings
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      Ø Reportable to the ICU Deputy President (Welfare)

    Clubs & Societies Officer

    Your Role: I’m in charge of all the incredible Clubs and Societies ICSM has to offer. The aim is to assist with running, and ensure they receive passionate representation within ICU. It’s hugely rewarding as you get to see the direct impact of your decisions on a day to day basis.

    How others in the SU describe my role: Not for the fainthearted, this is a role for someone who loves being at the centre of ICSM and all it has to offer. From day to day advice to annual budgeting, it incorporates so many different skills and challenges and allows the Clubs and Socs Officer the chance to be a part of everything they choose

    Do this role if… if you’re looking for a challenge! It’s a people person role and you get involved in so many aspects which is fun- no two weeks are ever the same!

    For more information contact Tom Bacarese-Hamilton

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Financial responsibility for all clubs and societies within ICSMSU with the Management Group Treasurer.
      Ø Represents the:
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students.
      § Interests of all ICSMSU Clubs and Societies at all internal and external committees, including ICU, Sport Imperial, BUCS and LUSL Committees.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Chairing ICSMSU Clubs and Societies Management Group Meetings.
      § Liaising with the appropriate people on all relevant Clubs and Societies matters.
      § Promoting all ICSMSU Clubs and Societies internally and externally.
      § Meeting with all ICSMSU Clubs and Societies at least three times a term, either as a full Management Group meeting, smaller focus group meetings or on a one to one basis.
      § Updating the Clubs & Societies section of the Freshers’ Handbook and the Clubs & Societies section of the ICSMSU Website once a year with other Officers.
      § Advising Clubs and Societies to apply for additional funding from external bodies.
      § Organising the annual Sports Dinner and Arts Dinner with assistance from ICSMSU Entertainments Chair and Social Secretary.
      § Assisting in the organisation of Freshers Fortnight with ICSMSU Entertainments Chair and Social Secretary.
      § Liaising with the Sites & Services officer regarding clubs and societies storage.
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      Ø Reportable to the ICU Deputy President (Clubs and Societies)

    Sites & Services Officer

    Your Role: My role is to help ensure a smooth running of all the facilities and room bookings across our student campuses. Not only am I the handyman of the SU, but I get a chance to be involved in many other projects as appropriate.

    How others in the SU describe my role: I am the painting man, the fixer, and the doer of the SU. I contend with faculty, security, and College services on a regular basis, to make sure all students get the facilities that we deserve, every time.

    Do this role if… you have a Bob the Builder Complex. Seriously, do it if you like fixing things, and being in charge of who goes where, and when.

    For more information contact Yathu Maheswaran

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students
      § Interests of students at all teaching sites
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Overseeing the Bookings of all ICSMSU space
      § Working alongside the Reynolds Bar Manager and being present at Bar meetings as a representative of students
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate and acting upon relevant matters arising from the meetings as well as relaying their outcomes to the student body
      § Monitoring and maintaining all Union facilities, including offices, common-rooms, storage, shops and student spaces
      § Updating all the Union’s South Kensington and Charing Cross plasma screens
      § Running the ICSMSU shops and supply of merchandise
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

    Academic Officer Early Years

    Your Role: I am the Academic Officer for years 1 and 2 at ICSM. Working closely with Faculty, and by collecting feedback from students, I help shape what we are taught in the early years to make sure you have the best preparation for clinical medicine possible.

    How others in the SU describe my role: The mother hen for first and second years! Since the instigation of study skills sessions, I pass on my pearls of wisdom to our wonderful freshers.

    Do this role if… you want to improve education at ICSM and help younger students with their academic studies….aka you’re a friendly geek

    For more information contact Alice Lee

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students
      § Educational needs of all students in the ‘Early Years’, defined as Year 1 and 2 of the 5 and 6-year MBBS course to College, ICU Council, Education and Representation Board and the School of Medicine.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Establishing a good channel of communication between students and the Academic officer and between students and staff of the Faculty of Medicine
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate and acting upon relevant matters arising from the meetings as well as relaying their outcomes to the student body.
      § Organising the recruitment and training of all their Educational Representatives, including organising regular meetings with them to co-ordinate student feedback.
      § Coordinating of submission of papers to the relevant Student Staff Liaison Groups and Education Committees and voicing the needs and opinions of students in these meetings.
      § Being an advocate of SOLE and help develop ways to increase participation
      § Seek high quality student notes to display on ICSMSU website.
      § Provide advice on studying and transition to university education
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      Ø Reportable to the ICU Deputy President (Education)

    Academic Officer Bsc Year

    (previously Academic Officer, Science Years)

    Your Role: I represent students on their BSc pathways. I present student feedback to staff on many aspects of the course and provide academic support to the students I represent.

    How others in the SU describe my role: This is important as it brings together medics, BMS and external intercalating students. Yay science!

    Do this role if… you like working with staff and students, listening to people’s comments or suggestions about their courses and thinking of ways to improve them!

    For more information contact Nicholas Burstow

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the:
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students
      § Educational needs of all students on BSc pathways, defined as the BSc year (4th) of the 6-year MBBS course, to College, ICU Council, Education and Representation Board and the School of Medicine. Any MBBS PhD programmes may also full under this although they will have direct representation through the PG representation network.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Establishing a good channel of communication between students and the Academic officer and between students and staff of the Faculty of Medicine
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate and acting upon relevant matters arising from the meetings as well as relaying their outcomes to the student body.
      § Organising the recruitment and training of all their Educational Representatives, including organising regular meetings with them to co-ordinate student feedback.
      § Coordinating of submission of papers to the relevant Student Staff Liaison Groups and Education Committees and voicing the needs and opinions of students in these meetings
      § Being an advocate of SOLE and help develop ways to increase participation
      § Organising the Buddy Scheme for Intercalating Students
      § Seek high quality student notes to display on ICSMSU website
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      Ø Reportable to the ICU Deputy President (Education)

    Academic Officer Clinical Years

    Your Role: I represent the students in their clinical years at ICSM. I ensure that the students’ views are put across to Faculty and the teaching sites to get the changes we need and the education that you deserve.

    How others in the SU describe my role: I am the link between Faculty and students for anyone based at a clinical site. I know Sofia inside and out (although not essential!)

    Do this role if… you want to get a better understanding of how the course works. Also, if you want to work to better the course based on what YOU, the students, want

    For more information contact Rhys Smithn

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the:
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students
      § Educational needs of all students in their ‘Clinical Years’ to College, ICU Council, Education and Representation Board and the School of Medicine. Clinical Years is defined as years 3, 5 and 6 of the 6-year MBBS course and 3, 4 and 5 of the 5-year MBBS course.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Establishing a good channel of communication between students and the Academic officer and between students and staff of the Faculty of Medicine
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate and acting upon relevant matters arising from the meetings as well as relaying their outcomes to the student body.
      § Organising the recruitment and training of all their Educational Year Representatives, including organising regular meetings with them to co-ordinate student feedback.
      § Coordinating of submission of papers to the relevant Student Staff Liaison Groups and Education Committees and voicing the needs and opinions of students in these meetings
      § Being an advocate of SOLE and help develop ways to increase participation
      § Maintaining close links with all the Educational Societies to ensure there is effective communication between students, staff and clinicians as well as helping them promote their activities.
      § Working with the School of Medicine in order to increase awareness of the standards of student professionalism expected
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      Ø Reportable to the ICU Deputy President (Education)

    Academic Officer – BMS

    NEW POSITION
    (contact Nick Burstow for more information)

    Your Role: I represent BMS students in their 1st and 2nd years. I present student feedback to staff on many aspects of the course and provide academic support to the students I represent.

    How others in the SU describe my role: We don’t know because it’s new!

    Do this role if… you’re passionate about BMS and like working with staff and students, listening to people’s comments or suggestions about their courses and thinking of ways to improve them!

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the
      § Interests of all ICSMSU students
      § Educational needs of all students on the Biomedical Sciences and Medical Biosciences courses to College, ICU Council, Education and Representation Board and the School of Medicine.
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Establishing a good channel of communication between students and the Academic officer and between students and staff of the Faculty of Medicine
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate and acting upon relevant matters arising from the meetings as well as relaying their outcomes to the student body.
      § Organising the recruitment and training of all their Educational Representatives, including organising regular meetings with them to co-ordinate student feedback.
      § Coordinating of submission of papers to the relevant Student Staff Liaison Groups and Education Committees and voicing the needs and opinions of students in these meetings.
      § Being an advocate of SOLE and help develop ways to increase participation
      § Seek high quality student notes to display on ICSMSU website.
      § Provide advice on studying and transition to university education
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.
      Ø Reportable to the ICU Deputy President (Education)

    Alumni & Careers

    Your Role: I am in charge of organising all the sign ups of current students to the alumni program and liaising with the Alumni association. I also help the careers team organise events like the careers fair and other evenings aimed at educating current students about the possibilities out there.

    How others in the SU describe my role: Traditionally the grandparent of the SU, I make sure our Alumni Association continues to support ICSM and our graduates. I highlight the career options (both within medicine and outside of it) to our students.

    Do this role if… you want to help the current students by motivating the alumni to stay involved with the running of ICSM. Also if you are interested in the different career paths out there and want to help spread the word to ICSM.

    For more information contact Mel Coates

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Promoting the cause of the ICSM Alumni to final year students.
      § Liaising with the ICSM Alumni and its’ members.
      § Being an advocate of the ICSM Alumni and work with the ICSMSU President and honorary ICSM Alumni President in developing it and furthering its aims.
      § Chairing meetings of the ICSM Alumni Executive Committee.
      § Maintaining the ICSM Alumni website and updating relevant parts of the ICSMSU website in conjunction with Communications Officer.
      § Co-ordinating regular events for students and alumni on relevant and beneficial topics, including the Mansfield Lecture Series.
      § Informing students on the job application process and career opportunities, including editing the ICSM Careers guide.
      § Co-ordinates all aspects of the Union’s careers orientated activities and liaising with external bodies.
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

    Entertainments Chair

    Your Role: I manage the Ents Team and the social calendar for ICSM. It’s a heavy workload from Easter through to Fresher’s Fortnight so I wouldn’t advise going away over the Summer! You get to work with a massive events budget and liaise with all the other SU officers.

    How others in the SU describe my role: I am organised fun.

    Do this role if… you are ready for a challenge, have experience of events and want to manage a team. It takes up a lot of time but is extremely rewarding!

    For more information contact Nina Joyce Shehata

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Responsible for all ICSMSU-run social events.
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Organising of a well-planned and financially successful Fresher’s fortnight, including the creation of the Fresher’s passport.
      § Co-ordinating the popular and financially successful ICSMSU events with the Entertainment Team.
      § Co-ordinate the social event calendar for the year with the other Officers and social secretaries from Clubs and Societies.
      § Overseeing the organisation, promotion and smooth running of SU Executive organised event, designed to cater for all members of the Union
      § Promoting the social integration of all School of Medicine students in conjunction with the Academic Officers and the Welfare officer.
      § Assisting the Reynolds Bar Manager in co-ordinating the allocation process of bop applications and overseeing the organisation of bops throughout the year
      § Ensuring the Union is ready logistically for running events, including maintaining supplies of stamps and wristbands.
      § Ensuring the election of the STFYD, Summer Ball and Halfway Dinner Chair (sub-committee recommendation with ICSMSU Executive ratification needed)
      § Overseeing the Summer Ball Chair, STFYD Chair, Halfway Dinner Chair and RAG chair, and may sit in on any of their respective committee meetings.
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate and acting upon relevant matters arising from the meetings
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

    Social Secretary

    Your Role: As Social Secretary, I help the Entertainments Chair to organise events, especially Snow Ball, bops and Freshers Fortnight.

    How others in SU describe my role: Often the closest in age to our new freshers, my aim is to make they integrate into ICSM and have as much fun as possible.

    Do this role if… As you are fun, outgoing, friendly and interested in welcoming the new bunch of freshers into our ICSM family.

    For more information contact Kathryn Chang

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students
      Ø Report directly to the ICSMSU Entertainment Chair
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Having a key organisational role in Freshers’ Fortnight, SU organised balls, bops, events and after party venues for sports nights as necessary
      § Maintaining and promoting the social section of the ICSMSU website and any relevant social networking pages to ensure the medical school is aware of upcoming social events
      § Initiating new events and developing existing popular events in order to maintain and add to the social calendar of ICSM and the experience of students.
      § Working with the Entertainments Chair to organise and run Snow Ball
      § Working with the Clubs & Societies Officer to organise and run Arts Dinner and Sports Dinner
      § Liaising with the Reynolds’ Bar Managers to help promote events at the bar
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

    RAG Chair

    Your Role: I run the charity aspect of ICSM. Putting on some of the biggest and best events that the medical school has to offer, all whilst raising money for a truly fantastic cause!

    How others in the SU describe my role: Did you see RAG week?! Yeah, that.

    Do this role if… I you want to challenge yourself! If you enjoy event planning, want to build your leadership skills and give back to the medical school, all while raising lots of money for charity!

    For more information contact Syra Dhillon

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the Union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students
      Ø Overall and Financially responsible for the RAG society
      Ø Reports directly to the ICSMSU Entertainment Chair
      Ø Responsible for, but not limited to:
      § Creating and co-ordinating a RAG committee
      § Deciding the beneficiary of the year’s campaign in conjunction with their committee.
      § Organising a RAG Freshers Event, RAG Week, RAG Balls (Halloween and Valentine’s) and any other RAG events
      § Initiating and developing new fundraising ideas and events.
      § Electing a Fashion Show Chair (ICSMSU Executive ratification is required)
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

    BMS Chair

    Your Role: I run BMS society and sit on ICSM. My main role next year will be within the entertainments team but I am a jack of all trades!

    How others in SU describe my role: Keeping the medics in check can be a full time job! I make sure BMS students are represented at every turn.

    Do this role if… you love BMS and want to manage your own committee!

    For more information contact Riccardo Masina

    Constitutional Job Description

      Ø First and foremost an officer of the union (including the stewarding of ICSMSU events)
      Ø Represents the interests of all ICSMSU students
      Ø Overall and financially responsible for the running of the Biomedical Science Society committee
      Ø Report directly to ICSMSU President
      Ø Responsible for but not limited to:
      § Establishing a good channel of communication between biomedical students, ICSMSU and Faculty.
      § Attending all meetings as appropriate to represent the non-academic interests of biomedical students and relaying their outcomes to the student body.
      § Liaising with other Union officers to best represent students and advocate for future developments.

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  • ICSMSU Constitution 2017

    ICSMSU Officer Organisation

    ICSMSU Committee Structure Faculty of Medicine Committee Hierarchy

     

  • Elections

    Click on each year to view previous SUs, candidates and their manifestos and voting results.

    ICSMSU 2016-17

      President: Alex Chippy Compton
      Deputy President: Mala Mawkin
      Treasurer: James Palmer
      Sponsorship Officer: Shonnelly Novintan
      Secretary: Florence Bell
      Communications Officer: Sonika Sethi
      Sites & Services Officer: Yathukulan Maheswaran
      Alumni & Careers: Melanie Coates
      Welfare Officer: Evie Taylor-Davies
      Clubs & Societies Officer: Tom Bacarese-Hamilton
      Academic Officer (Clinical Years): Rhys Smith
      Academic Officer (Early Years): Alice Lee
      Academic Officer (Science Years): Nicholas Burstow
      Entertainments Chair: Nina-Joyce Shehata
      Social Secretary: Kathryn Chang
      RAG Chair: Syra Dhillon
      Summer Ball: Frederick Stourton
      BMS Chair: Riccardo Masina

    ICSMSU 2015

    • President: Maredudd Harris
    • Deputy President: Dina Saleh
    • Secretary: Emma Larsson
    • Treasurer: Rhys Smith
    • Communications Officer: Kiran Patel
    • Alumni & Careers Officer: James Bloomer
    • Sites & Services Officer: Rustam Karanjia
    • Academic Officer (1, 2 & GEP): Rebekah Judge
    • Academic Officer (3, 5 & 6): Usama Asif
    • Academic Officer (4, BMS & Pharm): Saloni Dattani
    • Welfare Officer: Laurence Pallant
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Alex Compton
    • Events Chair: Mala Mawkin
    • Social Secretary: Tom Willis
    • RAG Chair: Samyukta Sundar
    • Summer Ball Chair: Nina-Joyce Shehata
    • Sponsorship Officer: Qasim Ali

    ICSMSU 2014

    • President: Dariush Hassanzadeh-Baboli
    • Deputy President: Anju George
    • Secretary: Dina Saleh
    • Treasurer: Alex Compton
    • Communications Officer: Dan Price
    • Alumni & Careers Officer: Steve Tran
    • Sites & Services Officer: Kanchana Niruttan
    • Academic Officer (1, 2 & GEP):Usama Asif
    • Academic Officer (3, 5 & 6): Salma Haddad
    • Academic Officer (4, BMS & Pharm):Cyin San
    • Welfare Officer:Jennie Watson
    • Clubs & Societies Officer:Maredudd Harris
    • Entertainments Chair:Callum Brehanny
    • Social Secretaries:Gugs Lidder & Mala Mawkin
    • RAG Chair:Obi Abani
    • Summer Ball Chair:Anna Hurley

    ICSMSU 2013

    • President: Steve Tran
    • Deputy President: Sybghat Rahim
    • Secretary: Kavian Kulasabanathan
    • Treasurer: John Golden
    • Alumni & Careers Officer: David Thompson
    • Sites & Services Officer: Tim Hall
    • Communications Officer: Kristina Earle
    • Academic Officer (1, 2 & GEP): Anju George
    • Academic Officer (3, 5 & 6): Rahul Ravindran
    • Academic Officer (4, BMS & Pharm): Lucinda Osbourn
    • Welfare Officer: Sunila Prasad
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Patrick McGown
    • Entertainments Chair: Sophie Beverly
    • Social Secretaries: Josh Lucas & Callum Brehany
    • RAG Chair: Erika Refsum
    • Summer Ball Chair: Helena Budarkiewicz

    See the voting breakdown here.

    ICSMSU 2012

    • President: Shiv Vohra
    • Deputy President: Neeraj Kalra
    • Secretary: Megan MacKenzie
    • Treasurer: Rahul Ravindran
    • Alumni & Careers Officer: Jac Cooper
    • Sites & Services Officer: Nat Ilenkovan
    • Communications Officer: Giada Azzopardi
    • Academic Officer (1, 2 & GEP): Ken Wu
    • Academic Officer (3, 5 & 6): Sybghat Rahim
    • Academic Officer (4, BMS & Pharm): Matthew Hutchins
    • Welfare Officer: Steve Tran
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Dariush Hassanzadeh-Baboli
    • Entertainments Chair: Yannis Reissis
    • Social Secretaries: Ines Vaz & David Thompson
    • RAG Chair: Shoaib Rizvi
    • Summer Ball Chair: Becky-May Curbishley

    See the voting breakdown here.

    ICSMSU 2011

    Click on each role for the election manifestos.

    See the voting breakdown here.

    ICSMSU 2010

    ICSMSU 2009

    • President: Anil Chopra
    • Deputy President: Richard Hewitt
    • Secretary: Rosie Richards
    • Treasurer: Jack Roberts
    • Alumni & Careers Officer: Alex Walls
    • Sites & Services Officer: Abubakar Mohammed
    • Academic Officer (1, 2 & GEP): Gaya Rajasooriar
    • Academic Officer (3, 5 & 6): Affy Sephazad
    • Academic Officer (4, BMS & Pharm): Natalie Kernan
    • Welfare Officer: Kat Wright
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Cat Atkin
    • Entertainments Chair: David Smith
    • Social Secretaries: Sandeep Dubb & Aislinn O’Malley
    • RAG Chair: Sarah Hancox
    • Summer Ball Chair: Michael Hewitt

    ICSMSU 2008

    • President: Mark Chamberlain
    • Deputy President: Albert Poon
    • Secretary: Sophie Lane
    • Treasurer: Mary Harrington
    • VP Alumni & Careers Officer: Najette Ayadi O’Donnell
    • VP Sites & Services Officer: James Smith
    • Academic Officer (1 & 2): Anil Chopra
    • Academic Officer (3, 5 & 6): Strachan Mackenzie
    • Academic Officer (4 & Postgraduates): Alex Walls
    • Welfare Officer: Kathryn Wright
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Ben Allin
    • Entertainments Chair: Adam Dennis
    • Social Secretaries: Alex Perkins & David Smith
    • RAG Chair: Suzie Rayner
    • Summer Ball Chair: Richard Hewitt

    ICSMSU 2007

    • President: Tim Wills
    • Deputy President: Olivia Kenyon
    • Treasurer: James Smith
    • Secretary: Daniela Potter
    • VP Alumni & Careers Officer: Eleanor Barry
    • VP Sites & Services Officer: Tammy Elliott
    • Academic Officer (1 & 2): Sukhpreet Dubb
    • Academic Officer (3, 5 & 6): Hannah Dixon
    • Academic Officer (4 & Postgraduates): Laura Thomas
    • Welfare Officer: Mo Khaki
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Guy Martin
    • Entertainments Chair: Liam Poynter
    • Social Secretaries: Rich Hewitt & Adam Dennis
    • RAG Chair: Tom Marjot
    • Summer Ball Chair: Vasundhara Talwar

    ICSMSU 2006

    • President: Shiv Chopra
    • Deputy President: Anojan Arulananthan
    • Treasurer: Mark Chamberlain
    • Secretary: Priya Sokhal
    • VP Alumni & Careers Officer: Sanyal Patel
    • VP Sites & Services Officer: Amna Suliman
    • Academic Officer (1, 2 & 3): Eleanor Barry
    • Academic Officer (4, 5 & 6): Zac Silk
    • Welfare Officer: Tamara Keith
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Lauren Davies
    • Social Secretaries: Tammy Elliott, Natasha Eagles, & Gary Woodsford
    • RAG Chair: Will Breakey
    • Summer Ball Chair: Olivia Kenyon

    ICSMSU 2005

    • President: Danny McGuinness
    • Deputy President: Matt Mak
    • Treasurer: Sanyal Patel
    • Secretary: Ciara Abbott
    • VP Charing Cross:Anojan Arulananthan
    • VP St Mary’s and other sites: Shiv Chopra
    • Academic Officer (1, 2 & 3): Peter Milton
    • Academic Officer (4, 5 & 6): Matt Cauldwell
    • Welfare Officer: James Morris
    • Clubs & Societies Officer: Dominic Teichmann
    • Social Secretaries: Sam Quaderi & Ally Zheng
    • RAG Chair: Olivia Kenyon
    • Summer Ball Chair: Charlie Dunford

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