AVP External Affairs

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Posted 1 year ago

Program Overview:
Associates directly support a USC Executive in the execution of their portfolio which allows the Executive and AVP to learn from one another to improve existing processes and give new perspectives, which will benefit the student body at large.  There are opportunities available in each portfolio so you can get involved in a capacity that caters to your interests.  Associate Vice Presidents are paid an hourly rate for their work. Please note that these positions are full time hours for the summer and part time during the school year.

AVP External Affairs:
Support the Vice-President External Affairs in their mandate to represent the interests of all undergraduate students at Western University by conducting research; drafting, revising, and reviewing policy; assisting in the coordination of ongoing advocacy initiatives; and liaising with the USC’s Advocacy Services Department. Additionally, the AVP will support the Vice President External Affairs by assisting with preparation for meetings, events, and public engagements.

This role is focused on the work being done municipally, provincially and federally, including collaborative work through the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) and Undergraduates of Canadian Research-Intensive Universities (UCRU). The priorities of this work includes, but is not limited to transit, off-campus safety, sexual and gender-based violence prevention and response, and student finances & assistance.


Interested in learning more about working for the USC?

Fill out this form to meet with a current AVP or Coordinator and learn more about their role


If you have any questions about any of the available positions, please contact Valerie Aggelopoulos, Manager, Student Development and Recruitment at valerie@westernusc.ca


Full Position Description (PDF)

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Applications due: Monday, March 27th at 11:59pm

Please note: The University Students’ Council of the University of Western Ontario is an equal opportunity employer. The University Students’ Council of the University of Western Ontario is an equal opportunity employer. The USC is committed to providing accommodations to those with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.


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Associates, USC

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