ECSA is run by students, for students. That's why our members (Edinburgh College Students) get to elect the Full-Time Officers who lead the Association.
However, it would be a bit of a tall task for them to do it all on their own, especially beacuase they change every year. So the Association employs a group of staff to help run the Associaiton and support Officers to achieve their aims for the year.
Student led and professionally supported.
You can get in touch with any of our Full-Time Officers or Staff via our Contact Page
Al line manages the staff team and works directly with the FTOs to help them identify, pursue, and achieve their annual objectives. He is also responsible for the overall strategic and operational management of the organisation, working closely with College Senior Management and external organisations on behalf of the Associaiton.
Representation & Impact Coordiantor
Heidi has responsibility for managing and supporting the Class Rep system, annual elections, and ECSA-llence Awards, as well as compaigns and events related to the Full-Time Officers' annual objectives. A major part of Heidi's role is gathering student feedback and ensuring it is used effectively to improve the student experience.
Communications & Events Coordinator
Graham is responsible for our various communications channels including the website, social media, video content, graphic design, and press-related activities. He is also responsible for organising our major annual events such as Freshers' Week and the Big Student Elections, as well as supporting smaller student-run activities.
Advice & Support Coordinator
Sam works with individual students, supporting them to overcome challenges whilst at College. This includes a wide range of expertise from academic-related, to housing, health & wellbeing, to financial. Sam is also responsible for our C-Card service, sanitary product scheme, and working with specific groups of students such as those living in campus halls.
Grace Fisher & Claire Furniss
Go Green Sustainability Officers
Grace & Claire run our Go Green project, which is funded by the Climate Challenge Fund. They run events, activities, and educational opportunities for students to help them travel more sustainably, reduce waste, and better understand climate change. You can find out more about the project here