Student representative to working group for feasibility study and development project of a web portal for student health care!
SFS is now looking for a student representative who will be part of the working group for feasibility studies and the development of a common web portal for student health care in rural universities and colleges.
The Government has decided to commission Stockholm University, Linköping University and the University and College Council (UHR) to develop a joint web portal for student health care in order to increase the digital coordination of student health care at universities and colleges. Stockholm University has been commissioned to coordinate the implementation of the assignment. As a first step, they will together carry out a feasibility study in order to investigate the web portal's future content, organization and financing.
Much of the work will take place in a small working group containing a project manager from SU as well as development manager and communications manager from UHR. In this group, a student representative is requested to ensure that the project has a clear student focus.
Exact workload may be discussed within the working group.
The assignment is remunerated.
The assignment starts in August 2022 and runs according to the current plan until March 1, 2023.
We are looking for:
SFS is now looking for a student representative to participate in the working group. It is an advantage to have experience of student representation, insight into student health care assignments and of digital development work.
Last day to apply is June 30 and the application is sent to [email protected]
The application must contain
- CV (including personal information)
- a motivation for why you are applying for the assignment and a brief overview of relevant experiences
Do not hesitate to contact member coordinator Leo Jonason if you have questions about the assignment and feel free to read the government decision for the assignment below.
Read more about what it means to be a student representative here: