Alongside the Executive Committee, a large number of Non-Executive Officers are appointed throughout the year to various positions with responsibilities ranging from JCR Welfare to planning the annual Lion in Winter Ball. In addition to reporting to the JCR at General Meetings, they sit on a number of the JCR's and college's committees. The following information is taken from the standing orders for each position, if you have an questions or concerns regarding the information or positions, please feel free to email the JCR Chair at hatfield.jcrchair@durham.ac.uk
Applications consist of submiting a manifesto by the published deadline, though some positions require an interview with relevant members of the Exec and College Officers. The criteria and appointment procedures for each of these positions are listed in the standing orders. Watch the JCR Email and Facebook Group for opening positions!

Currently Open for Application

There are currently no posiitons open for application.
 

Appointed in Michaelmas Term

Assistant Treasurer(s)
The JCR Treasurer may install a number of Assistant Treasurers for assistance with financially related projects if required with particular focus on regulation of Clubs’ and Societies’ Accounts.
The Assistant Treasurers shall attend every General Meeting.
The Assistant Treasurer(s) shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto, interview by the JCR Treasurer within the first three weeks of the Michaelmas Term.
The Assistant Treasurer(s) shall, unless absent through illness or urgent cause, attend meetings of the JCR Treasury Committee

Food Representatives 
There shall be three Food Representatives who shall attend all meetings of the College Catering Working Group to represent the dietary interests of the JCR to the College.
The Food Representatives shall report to the Facilities Officer as required.
There will be at least one vegetarian, one sport representative and an additional first year representative.
The Food Representatives shall report to every General Meeting.
The Food Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto, interview by the Facilities Officer within the first three weeks of the Michaelmas Term.  

Gym Representatives 
There shall be two Gym Representatives, one male and one female, who shall organise the day-to-day running of the College gyms in conjunction with the Facilities Officer unless he/she has assumed the role of Gym Representative.
The Gym Representatives shall be responsible for overseeing gym inductions in conjunction with the Facilities Officer
The Gym Representatives shall report to every General Meeting.
The Gym Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the Facilities Officer in Easter Term.
The Gym Representatives shall attend, unless absent through illness or urgent cause, meetings of the College Spaces and Facilities Committee

LGBTQ+ Representatives 
There shall be a minimum of 2 LGBTQ+ Representatives in the JCR, ideally of two different genders who represent the JCR’s views to the LGBT Association and publicise activities to Members
The Representatives shall work in partnership with the Communities Officer and be appointed in the Easter Term by the Vice President Discipline, Welfare Officer and Communities Officer
They are required to make themselves known to the Association and to attend the LGBT Association College Representative Committee unless absent through illness or urgent cause
Where possible, be a presence at LGBT Association socials and facilitate participation for Members to attend University events
Organise Hatfield LGBTQ+ events, which may include but are not limited to: film nights, socials, formals and campaigns and promote these to Members
Run a stall at Hatfield Freshers’ Fair to promote the Hatfield LGBTQ+ Association to new Members
The LGBTQ+ Representatives shall attend the College Student Awareness Committee (subject to ratification) unless absent through illness or urgent cause and any other meetings or Committees they are invited onto discussing LGBTQ+ issues

Mature Students Representative
Represent mature students' interests and working for positive change within the college on their behalf. 
Liaise with the DUMSA Executive with regard to any events or actions taken in the name of DUMSA.
Liaise with the college MCR regarding social events
Where necessary, liaise with the JCR Welfare Officer and MCR Welfare Officer for welfare campaigns, and signpost mature students to ‘Team Welfare’ where appropriate.
Work with the Social Secretary to make JCR events accessible to Mature Students. This will include advertising college events to the Mature Students’ community, and, where necessary, helping to tickets for college events, in conjunction with Ball Chairs and the social secretary.
Raise awareness of issues and barriers that prevent mature students full participation in college life.
Communicate with the DUMSA executive regarding any issues or situations that the association can learn from or need to be aware of.
Be a point of contact for mature students within their college.
Work to ensure that undergraduate and postgraduate needs are catered for as best possible within their college.
Attend regular DUMSA meetings.
The Mature Students’ Representative shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the Senior Man, Communities Representative, the Welfare Officer and the Senior Tutor during the Michaelmas Term.
Attend the College Student Awareness Committee

Junior International Students’ Representatives
Be affiliated to the Communities Representative and will work alongside them to design a range of events and campaigns to encourage the integration of international students in College life. 
Design a range of events in the days preceding Freshers’ Week to welcome international students in Freshers’ Week and will work alongside the Freshers’ Reps during Freshers’ week to continue this work. 
Liaise with the JCR Welfare Officer for welfare campaigns, and signpost International students to ‘Team Welfare’ where appropriate.
Work with the Social Secretary to make JCR events accessible to International Students. This will include advertising college events to the International Students’ community, and, where necessary, helping to tickets for college events, in conjunction with Ball Chairs and the social secretary.
The International Students’ Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview and selections by the Senior Man, the Welfare Officer, Communities Officer, the Senior Tutor and the Senior Freshers’ Representatives. This will occur in Easter Term. 

Junior Welfare Representatives 
There shall be Junior Welfare Representatives, the number of which shall be determined by the Welfare Officer and Assistant Welfare Officer; however, there shall be a minimum of two male and two female representatives.
They will assist in organising and running campaigns within the College, raising the awareness of assistance available and in the providence of welfare provisions to the JCR.
The Junior Welfare Representatives shall attend every General Meeting. 
They shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto, interview by the Welfare Officer and Assistant Welfare Officer within the first three weeks of Michaelmas Term.

Junior Events’ Representatives (Junior Ents’ Reps) - Manifesto and interview by social secretary
There shall be Junior Ents’ Reps (the number of which shall be determined by the Social Secretary). 
Junior Ents’ Reps shall assist with the running of all events of the JCR, in particular the construction and erection of decorations, for such events.
Junior Ents’ Reps shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the Social Secretary before the end of the third week in Michaelmas Term.
It is recommended all Reps attend the DST’s Technical Training Course in the first term of their office.
Junior Ents’ Reps shall attend, unless absent through illness or urgent cause, meetings of the Entertainments Committee

Tech Representatives 
All members of the Tech Team must receive comprehensive sound and lighting training before undertaking any paid jobs for college events.
Payment for the position of Tech Manager shall be per event, at a rate of £8/hour.
Payment for members of the Tech Team shall be per event, at a rate of £6/hour.
Members of the Tech Team shall be responsible for:
Setting up tech for required events (lighting, sound, video recording).
Overseeing tech during events (lighting controls, managing soundboard and any other tech equipment used).
Setting down tech for required events.
Ensuring tech is stored safely and correctly, as outline by the Tech Manager.
Helping to move other items for events (such as chairs, tables and heavier items), when required.


Appointed in Easter Term

Senior Ent’s  
All Reps shall be required to assist the Social Secretary in the planning, execution and coordination of events of the JCR. The Ents’ Reps shall attend every General Meeting. Ents’ Reps shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the newly elected Social Secretary during Easter Term before the examination period. It is recommended all Reps attend the DST’s Technical Training Course in the first term of their office. 

Senior Freps 
There shall be two Senior Freshers’ Representatives, of two different genders, who 
shall be responsible for organising and co­ordinating Freshers’ week. They shall work with the Senior Tutor, the College Bursar and the Treasurer to secure a timetable of events for Freshers’ week.
The Senior Freshers’ Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and an interview by the Senior Tutor, Senior Man, Vice­President (Discipline), the Welfare Officer and Treasurer at the start of Easter Term. Freshers’ Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto, selection by the Executive Committee and Senior Freshers’ Representatives and approval by the Senior Tutor during the Easter term.

LIWB Chair and Treasurer
There shall be a Ball Chair and a Ball Treasurer, who shall organise the annual Lion in Winter Ball (to be held in Epiphany Term). The Ball Chair and Treasurer shall convene a Ball Committee, which any Ordinary Member is eligible to join. The College shall have the right to oversee all decisions taken by the Ball Chair and Treasurer, particularly with regard to finance and safety. The Ball Chair and Treasurer shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and selection by a committee comprising the Master, the College Bursar, the Senior Man, the Social Secretary, the outgoing Social Secretary, and the outgoing Ball Chair (the JCR Treasurer and outgoing Ball Treasurer shall also be present for Ball Treasurer interviews) during the preceding Easter Term. 

Hatfield Sessions Chair
There shall be an event Chair(s) who shall organise the annual Hatfield Sessions (to be held in Michaelmas Term). The event Chair(s) may convene an event committee, which any Member is eligible to join. Both the College and the Executive Committee shall have the right to oversee all decisions taken by the Hatfield Sessions Chair(s), particularly with regard to finance and safety. Before vacating the position, the event Chair(s) shall, in consultation with the Executive Committee, confirm a date for the subsequent years’ event on behalf of the incumbent officers, subject to approval by the College. The event Chair(s) shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the Senior Man, JCR Treasurer and the outgoing event Chair(s) after the examination period in Easter Term. 

Senior LGBT+ Representatives
The Representatives shall work in partnership with the Communities Officer and be appointed in the Easter Term by the Vice President Discipline, Welfare Officer and Communities Officer They are required to make themselves known to the Association and to attend the LGBT Association College Representative Committee unless absent through illness or urgent cause They are required to promote both the Association and the interests of LGBTQ+ students at a College level, to make the College more accessible LGBTQ+ students include, but are not limited to: gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, pansexual, asexual, inter­sex, non­binary and sexuality/gender questioning individuals. This is regardless of ethnicity, gender identity, political affiliation or religion They are required to feedback any issues effecting LGBTQ+ students to the Association Executive Committee Preferably identify as LGBTQ+, though this is not a requirement and will not be taken into account during the selection process Provide an effective handover document for successors Where possible, be a presence at LGBT Association socials and facilitate participation for Members to attend University events Organise Hatfield LGBTQ+ events, which may include but are not limited to: film nights, socials, formals and campaigns and promote these to Members Run a stall at Hatfield Freshers’ Fair to promote the Hatfield LGBTQ+ Association to new Members The LGBTQ+ Representatives shall attend unless absent through illness or urgent cause and any meetings or Committees they are invited on to discuss LGBTQ+ issues 

Senior Welfare Representatives 
There shall be three Senior Welfare Representatives. Where possible: of two different genders and a Livers’­Out Welfare Representative of any gender. They will assist with welfare campaigns in College and provide weekly drop­in hours (The Livers’­Out Welfare Representative may do this using any platform deemed appropriate by the Welfare Officer, such as Skype). The Welfare Livers’­Out Representative, in conjunction with the Welfare Officer and Assistant Welfare Officer will be responsible for the running and designing of welfare campaigns specifically tailored towards Livers’­Out. The Senior Welfare Representatives shall report to every General Meeting They shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto, interview by the Welfare Officer and Assistant Welfare Officer after the examination period in Easter Term. Applicants must have completed a Nightline training weekend prior to the submission of a manifesto.

Freshers Representatives
There shall be two Senior Freshers’ Representatives, of two different genders, who 
shall be responsible for organising and co­ordinating Freshers’ week. They shall work with the Senior Tutor, the College Bursar and the Treasurer to secure a timetable of events for Freshers’ week. 
Freshers’ Representatives shall help the Senior Freshers’ Representatives to ensure the success of Freshers’ Week and shall be made up of a number (determined by the Senior Freshers’ Representatives in conjunction with the Executive Committee) of Ordinary Members including the Executive Committee. 
The Senior Freshers’ Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and an interview by the Senior Tutor, Senior Man, Vice­President (Discipline), the Welfare Officer and Treasurer at the start of Easter Term. Freshers’ Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto, selection by the Executive Committee and Senior Freshers’ Representatives and approval by the Senior Tutor during the Easter term.

International Representatives
There shall be four International Students’ Representatives, one of whom is appointed Senior, who promote the inclusion of international students into College life throughout the year. 
Be affiliated to the Communities Representative and will work alongside them to design a range of events and campaigns to encourage the integration of international students in College life. Design a range of events in the days preceding Freshers’ Week to welcome international students in Freshers’ Week and will work alongside the Freshers’ Reps during Freshers’ week to continue this work. 
The International Students’ Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview and selections by the Senior Man, the Welfare Officer, Communities Officer, the Senior Tutor and the Senior Freshers’ Representatives. This will occur in Easter Term.

Lumley Castle
There shall be a Ball Chair(s) who shall organise the annual Lumley Castle Ball (to be held in Michaelmas Term). The Ball Chair(s) may convene a Ball committee, which any Member is eligible to join. Ball tickets shall be distributed with finalist priority, the price of which shall be decided by the Ball Chair(s) in conjunction with the JCR Treasurer. The Executive Committee shall have the right to oversee all decisions taken by the Ball Chair(s), particularly with regard to finance and safety. Before vacating the position, the Ball Chair(s) shall confirm a date and venue for the subsequent years’ ball on behalf of the incumbent officers, subject to approval by the Executive Committee. The Ball Chair(s) shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the Senior Man, Vice­ President (Discipline), Treasurer, the Social Secretary and the outgoing Ball Chair(s) after the examination period in Easter Term.

Senior Environment Officers
There shall be Two Environment Officers, who will actively promote and implement College Environmental Policy and ‘green issues’ within the College. The Senior Environment Officers shall attend all Greenspace Student Environment Group meetings run by the Greenspace Student Environment Co­ordinator, unless absent through illness or urgent cause. The Senior Environment Officers shall both attend and prepare a report for all Environment Team Meetings and report to every General Meeting. The Senior Environment Officers shall prepare a report for the Senior Man to present to College Meeting. The Senior Environment Officers shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the Livers’­Out Rep, and the outgoing Officer(s) after the examination period in Easter Term. Appoint and work with the Junior Environment Officers, alongside the Livers’­Out Officer.

Technical Representatives
There shall be Technical Representatives who shall ensure the correct administration of technical facilities of the JCR (including computers, PA systems, lighting and other audio­visual equipment) in conjunction with the Facilities Officer and Social Secretary. Vice­President (Discipline). The number of Technical Representative(s) appointed are at the discretion of the Facilities Officer and Social Secretary. Vice­President (Discipline). The Technical Representative(s) shall assist the Secretary with the maintenance and updates of the JCR Website on a regular basis. This includes information, re­design, maintenance of underlying infrastructure and the updating of dependant software for the website. All Technical Representative(s) will receive professional training in handling sound and lighting equipment from either an external source or training affiliated with Durham Students’ Union and are encouraged to take the DST’s Technical Training Course in the first term of their office. The Technical Representative(s) shall report to every General Meeting. The Technical Representatives shall be appointed subject to submission of a manifesto and interview by the Vice­President (Discipline) Social Secretary, the Facilities Officer and outgoing Officers and approval by the Executive Committee after the examination period in Easter Term.