Deputy Commissioner Internal

Executive Committee

Position: Deputy Commissioner Internal 

Hours: 15 hours/week, starting December 2023, and ending April 30, 2024. 

Wage: $19.25/hour (non-unionized) 

Reporting to: President and Executive Committee. 

Job Description    

The UOSU is currently seeking a student member of the UOSU to be the Deputy Commissioner Internal. The Deputy Commissioner Internal serves as a vital link between executive offices, contributing to the smooth functioning of the organization. They oversee internal databases, write policies, and contribute to long-term strategic planning. Reporting to the President, they collaborate closely with the Executives and deputies.  


  • Act as a key liaison between executive offices and various departments. 
  • Maintaining internal databases and sites. 
  • Assist in the formulation, review, and implementation of policies, to enhance organizational efficiency. 
  • Contribute to the development and execution of long-term strategic plans. 
  • Collaborate closely with the President and the Executive to develop, communicate, execute, and sustain corporate strategic initiatives to drive the organization forward. 
  • Provide high-level administrative support to the Executive, including scheduling meetings, managing correspondence, and other administrative tasks as needed. 
  • Assist the Executive Committee with other tasks related to the mission of the Union. 


  • Experience working in or an understanding of a student union or similar environment.  
  • Adaptable and willing to work flexible hours, including, on occasion, evenings and weekends. 
  • Highly motivated and passionate about student democracy. 
  • Very good organizational skills. 
  • Discretion, integrity, accountability, and confidentiality. 
  • Ability to work individually and as part of a team. 
  • Ability to build and maintain strong interpersonal relationships with colleagues. 
  • Knowledge of the UOSU’s governance structure. 
  • Knowledge of governance and policy language. 
  • Ability to engage respectfully with stakeholders from a variety of marginalized communities. 
  • Engaging, thoughtful, and compassionate leadership skills. 
  • Bilingualism (FR/EN) is an asset. 

Preference will be given to candidates of equity-seeking groups.  

Prospective applicants are invited to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of two (2) references to by 11:59 PM on December 4, 2023. Only applicants invited to interview will be contacted. 

Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Candidates may be invited to an interview and selected ahead of the interview deadline, with the possibility of an earlier start date. 

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