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Council Regulations 15 of 2002

Made by Council on 26 June 2002

Other Committees

Part 12: Careers Service Subcommittee of the Education Committee

Made by Council on 18 February 2010

Renumbered on 28 July 2011

12.1. The Careers Service Subcommittee of the Education Committee shall consist of:

(1) a chairman appointed by the Vice-Chancellor;

(2) one of the Proctors and the Assessor as may be agreed between them;

(3)-(5) three persons elected by the Conference of Colleges;

(6)-(9) one person appointed by each divisional board;

(10) the President of the Oxford University Student Union or his or her nominee;

(11) one person appointed by the Personnel Committee who shall have knowledge of the employment and career development needs of research staff;

(12) the Director of Student Administration and Services.

12.2. Elected or appointed members shall hold office for a period of three years and shall be eligible to serve for a total period of six years.

12.3. The subcommittee shall report to the Education Committee and shall meet not less than three times a year, normally at least once in each term.

12.4. (1) With the approval of the Education Committee on each occasion, the subcommittee may co-opt up to four additional members, who need not be members of the University and who shall be chosen so as to bring to the committee experience of as wide as possible a range of careers of interest to graduates.

(2) Co-opted members shall hold office for two years and shall be eligible to serve for a total period of four years.

12.5. The subcommittee shall be responsible to the Education Committee for the following matters:

(1) the provision of information, advice and guidance to students regarding opportunities for employment and further study following graduation;

(2) the provision of information, advice and guidance to research staff regarding opportunities for employment and further study outside the University;

(3) the provision of information, advice and guidance to alumni of the University regarding opportunities for employment and further study at any stage in their careers;

(4) the promotion of awareness of employment-related issues across the University so that students and research staff are encouraged to explore the options available to them in a timely manner.