Become an Advocate or Network Coordinator

The AUA is a professional community that thrives at a national, regional and local level because of the commitment and enthusiasm of our Advocates and Network Coordinators.

Benefits of being an Advocate or Network Coordinator

Benefits of being an Advocate or Network Coordinator

Our Network Coordinators and Advocates represent us at their institutions and organisations; raising awareness of the AUA, recruiting new members, motivating current members to actively participate in our activities and their professional development and communicating local ideas to the AUA team to keep us in touch with you and your needs.

“Being an Advocate is extremely rewarding.  I believe it helps professionalise HE administration and management and allows me to both contribute to the development at the University of Salford and to get involved locally, regionally and nationally.”
Jayne Langlands, Quality and Enhancement Manager, University of Salford

Benefits of getting involved:

  • Raise your professional profile
  • Develop new skills
  • Widen your professional network
  • Develop your knowledge and understanding of HE
  • Pursue your own interests in HE administration practice

 

Current opportunities

Current opportunities

We are currently looking for Network Coordinators for the following Themed Networks. To apply for one of these roles, please visit out jobs page. If you have any queries, please contact auanetworksupport@aua.ac.uk

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We are currently looking for Network Coordinators for the following region;

Ireland – Find out more and apply

We’re currently looking for members to represent the AUA in institutions without an Advocate. Check the list of current Advocates on the Geographic Networks page and complete the form if you’d like to help out. Even if there is already an advocate at your institution why not get in touch with them and see if they would like some additional help?