Current Open Positions
Executive Office of the President
Chief of Staff: is appointed by the Student Body President, is responsible for the effective operation of the Executive Office of the President (EOP), and executing discretionary programs and projects for the executive branch. Another of the Chief of Staff’s duties is to interview applicants for positions within agencies, bureaus, and the Student Government Association. The Chief of Staff shall serve as the primary assistant to the Student Body President.
Deputy Chief of Staff: shall serve as the primary assistant of the Chief of Staff and shall also serve as an assistant to the Student Body President. The Deputy is tasked with assisting the Chief of Staff in the effective operations of the administration with an emphasis put on managing the Executive Cabinet.
Applications for Chief of Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff positions are due on March 19th by 12pm. An email will be sent to the applicant to schedule an interview time on Thursday the 20th & Friday the 21st.
Secretary of Academics: is in charge of creating and maintaining all projects and initiatives that concern colleges and academic departments, research opportunities for students, and all areas of academic life. The office is at the forefront of all academically driven goals of the administration.
Secretary of the Arts: is responsible for advocating for the College of Music, College of Visual Arts, Theatre, and Dance, and the College of Motion Picture Arts on the University level. This office is responsible for bringing these areas of campus closer to SGA and vice versa. Additionally, the Secretary will generate positive programming to highlight the skills and achievements of remarkable students in their respective colleges. Further, the Secretary will focus on any campus beautification projects.
Secretary of Campus Engagement: is tasked with building positive relationships amongst the student groups on campus and the Administration. The Secretary will work to gauge student input on SGA from various groups and RSOs, notably building relationships with the faith communities, Greek life, Honor Societies, Athletes, and the numerous RSOs on campus.
Secretary of Community & University Affairs: is responsible for organizing SGA to reach out and develop relationships with the greater Tallahassee community. Further, the Secretary shall focus on associations with the University as an institution.
Secretary of Departmental Affairs: is charged with keeping consistent communication with all entities of SGA, notably the Student Senate, the Oglesby Union Board and staff, Campus Recreation Board and staff, and the SOAR Board. The Secretary works to foster new initiatives amongst the various facets of SGA.
Secretary of Health & Safety: is responsible for promoting a healthy and active lifestyle for all Florida State University students. The Secretary shall maintain strong relationships with all student health services, Campus Recreation, Seminole Dining, and the Wellness Center.
Secretary of Programming & Service: is responsible for all SGA programming from the Administration as well as charged with building relationships with the various service organizations and projects on campus. The Secretary is in charge of connecting students to different programs and leadership opportunities that promote multicultural experiences, personal and professional development, and a productive experience both on campus and beyond. The office works closely with areas of campus including the Center for Leadership and Social Change, the Student Activities Center, etc., to help students stay informed about involvement prospects, while working to constructively expand student participation.
Press Secretary: is the spokesperson of the Administration. The Press Secretary is responsible for keeping strong and consistent relations with various media outlets. The Secretary must be familiar with the policies and stances of the Administration and communicate those effectively. The Secretary of Communication oversees all public relations and social media efforts of the administration.
Office of Elections:
Supervisor of Elections
Asian American Student Union
Interested in joining the executive board for the Asian American Student Union? Applications for the 2014-2015 year are now available. Click the button below and you will find the application. They are due by next Friday, March 7th either to the AASU office in The Globe Suite 3406, or they can be turned into any current e-board member.
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Hispanic-Latino Student Union
Treasurer – The Treasurer is in charge of all Pride finances. The Treasurer shall monitor the budget and update the board regularly on the status of our finances. The Treasurer shall also author all purchase orders and communicate with the accounting office. The Treasurer needs to be extremely organized and fiscally accountable. The Treasurer shall accompany the Executive Director to all budget meetings with the senate (this includes budget and sweepings hearings). Knowledge of SGA budget proceedings and processes are recommended but not necessary. The Treasurer must be confirmed by the SGA Senate.
Secretary –The Secretary shall take minutes during every board meeting, create and update bylaws, maintain a file containing the minutes of all past meetings, and distribute meeting minutes in a timely manner. The Secretary needs to be extremely organized and diligent of meeting deadlines. The Secretary is required to keep a record of Pride event attendance throughout the year in order to track organizational growth including membership on Nole Central. The Secretary shall organize and maintain the LGBTQ Resource Center Library and Media Room.
Programming Coordinator – The Programming Coordinator shall create, plan, and ensure the smooth running of Pride events outside of the Center. Successful candidates will have some prior experience with programming and event planning, as well as a desire to create interesting and dynamic events for members of Pride and the larger campus community. This position will also be responsible for organizing General Body Meetings. The Programming Coordinator is responsible for the timely submission of all event permits, food permits and will also be in charge of room reservations.
Women Student Union
Veterans Student Union
Center for Participant Education
Inter-Residence Hall Council
Office of Governmental Affairs
Internal Assistant Director
Office of Servant Leadership
Office of the Student Sustainability Initiative
Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Endeavors
*Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Freshman Leadership Institute
Transfer Leadership Institute
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