Elected representatives and employees

The Presidium

The Bureau consists of Chairman Linn Svärd and Vice Chairman Oskar M Wiik. The presidium is elected by SFS's council and is responsible for the day-to-day management of SFS's office and is the face of the student movement. Between council and board meetings, the presidium is responsible for the organization and its activities. You can find a list of all previous presidents at SFS wikipedia page.

Board of Directors

The board consists of the presidium and 11 non-profit members elected by the SFS council. The board is ultimately responsible for the organization's operations and leads SFS from a strategic perspective in both organizational and political issues. The board is led by the presidium and is more operationally responsible in matters concerning content before and during SFSFUM. You will find which members are members of the board at corresponding page in the organization register.

The Chancellery

SFS's office is supervised by the Bureau and carries out large parts of the operational work concerning SFS's organization and policy. Everyone in the office is employed, while others involved in the organization are elected by the union.
Read about employees at SFS office at contact page.

Student representatives

SFS presidium has a right to appoint student representatives through a mandate from SFS's board. The student representatives are the student movement's extended arm in forums that concern national student and university policy forums. You can find a complete list of all student representatives in the organizational register.
If you are interested in taking on a national student representative assignment, you can see if there are any vacancies or if any of the groups in the organizational register have vacancies. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]

Business auditors

SFS's auditors are elected by SFSFUM and ensure that all decisions made are in accordance with SFS's governing documents such as SFS statute. The auditors have the right to attend and speak at SFS 'board meetings.