Ongoing Bulletin Contributor

Responsible to: Assistant Editor  

Term of Office/Renewal: Ongoing Bulletin contributors will serve a one-year rolling term, as agreed upon by the contributor and ACUI. At the end of the term, volunteer may reapply for additional one-year terms.

Apply by April 21


Responsibilities:
Contribute to the educational mission of the Association through at least four posts per year to The Bulletin, ACUI's publication for educational insights and information sharing for college union and student activities professionals. Contributors will submit drafts and work with the editor during the editorial process to optimize each article, as well as stay abreast of their article due dates, the Bulletin team’s resources, and industry news to aid the conception of potential writing topics. Content must be either original or properly attributed and must highlight a skill set(s) within one or more of ACUI’s 11 core competencies.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of the college union’s functional areas and the Association’s core competencies.
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse needs and priorities of the Association’s membership and the profession.
  • Full-time employment in a college union/student activities department at a member institution; solid institutional support and job stability.
  • Demonstrated writing excellence.

Core Competencies: Applicants must demonstrate an understanding of the Association's 11 core competencies, realizing that this particular volunteer role will place emphasis on one or more competency area:

  • Communication
  • Facilities Management
  • Fiscal Management
  • Human Resource Development
  • Intercultural Proficiency
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Planning
  • Student Learning
  • Technology

Selection process: Contributors will be selected by ACUI’s editors; selections will be made as vacancies occur on a rolling basis. Questions about this position or process can be directed to the ACUI Central Office staff liaison to contributors Brandt Johnson.

Updated March 2, 2017