WORKING INSTRUCTIONS As financially responsible student union boss, you are responsible for Kårhuset villa's budget, the operational and financial monitoring. You also handle reservations and customer contact with those who book the villa for seating or other events. Together with the other student union boss makes you important decisions for the villa and has an overall organizational responsibility. Your most important (and fun!) Task is to lead and motivate the 15 evening managers to manage over. The work is equivalent to approximately 50% of full-time employment. Who are we looking? As financially responsible student union boss, you should above all have a lot of drive and determination that it will go well for the villa and will spend time on this. You should think about the responsibility and be able to both listen to others and be able to put their foot down when necessary. You should have a good sense of order and good interpersonal skills. Having worked a lot on the villa and insight of the organization is an advantage. Duration The position held over two semesters (HT16-VT17). Salary Villa's Union building managers remunerated with 9% of a base amount / month. Application CV and cover letter sent to the current student union boss clear Lamp email@example.com Last April 10 questions Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. If you are interested to know more about the work you are very welcome to join an office with me (now financially responsible student union boss). Mail in cases firstname.lastname@example.org. See the application in document form below: Application KHC facing 16-17
ISCOMS is one of the world’s leading international (bio)medical student congresses. This year we will welcome three renowned keynote speakers. Our first keynote speaker will be Prof. Stefan W. Hell PhD, who was awarded the Nobel prize in Chemistry in 2014 for developing super-resolved fluorescence microscopy. Secondly, we will have Prof. Cisca Wijmenga PhD, a Dutch researcher from the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG). She won the Spinoza prize in 2015 for her research on the role of human genetics in coeliac disease. Our third speaker will be Prof. James D. Weiland PhD. His research interests include retinal prostheses, neural prostheses, electrode technology, visual evoked responses, implantable electrical systems and wearable visual aids for the blind.
On top of this it will be possible to attend interesting lectures, student presentations and interactive workshops to extend their knowledge on the latest (bio)medical research. Besides the scientific programme, we provide an extensive social programme, which includes a city tour, a formal dinner and the World Wide ISCOMS Night party.
The 23rd edition of ISCOMS will take place from the 7th until the 10th of June 2016 in the UMCG in Groningen, the Netherlands. Last year’s congress was a great success, with 634 participants attending from over 58 countries.
The registration for non-presenting participants will open on March 7th 2016.
It would be greatly appreciated if you could display the posters and forward this email to your students.
On behalf of the Board and Organising Committee of ISCOMS 2016
The International Contacts Committee