The Association for Students Studying Economics in Tilburg is the umbrella study association for all students of Tilburg School of Economics and Management. Asset has approximately 6000 members and 650 active members in over 100 committees. It is one of the largest study association of Europe.
The association has seven departments which all have their own board. The general board of Asset consists of the chairmen of these boards and the Chairman of Asset. In total Asset has 42 full time board members. They dedicate a year to provide services and activities for the TiSEM student. The services and activities that Asset provides can be distinguished into three groups, namely: study support, career development and social cohesion.
The Chairman of Asset is responsible for the internal coordination, the strategy and the policy of the association. Furthermore, the Chairman is responsible for representing the association externally. The position accounts for at least 40 hours per week, excluding activities taking place in the evenings. You are expected to join a couple of social and formal events organised by Asset general throughout the year. You have the opportunity, but are not expected to join events organised by the Asset departments.
● The policy of the association
● The strategy of the association
● The coordination within the organisation
● The representation towards stakeholders (F.e. Tilburg University, TiSEM, Associations)
● The representation in several organs and project groups (F.e. TiGeAk, SEBO)
● Communication skills
● Social skills
● Argumentation and negotiation skills
● Leadership skills
● Proactive attitude
● Strategic insight
● Team Player
We offer you a dynamic and ambitious environment in which students with energy, creativity and passion work together. It is expected of Asset board members to work hard and deliver results, besides this there is some room for socializing during office hours and a lot outside working hours. There are great opportunities to pursue your professional and personal goals and develop yourself. You have the freedom to decide what you work on for a large part of your time and you have the opportunity to take on the projects that you think will take the association to the next level.
You can apply by sending your CV and Motivational letter to email@example.com before April 30 2018.
If you have questions or would like to receive additional information you can email to Lina Segers (firstname.lastname@example.org). It is also possible to come by and drink a cup of coffee to go further in to the details of the position.