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As a BUFDG member you can undertake e-learning courses, attend an event, find (or be) a mentor, or join a group. But if you want to get more involved in BUFDG’s work, we currently have the following specific opportunities available.
Our working groups chairs and any other roles on the groups are undertaken by BUFDG members, and some of our members are BUFDG representatives on groups for other H E organisations too.
At present we have the following vacancies:
We often run projects where we need member input – either to understand what you are struggling with specifically in relation to the project subject matter, to share your experience of best practice in your H E I, or to review the outputs of the project.
At present we need input into the following projects:
All our e-learning is created with higher education in mind, so that it meets the specific needs of our members. This means we need member input into the courses. This usually takes the form of testing the draft courses, but can also include input into scoping the courses.
At present we need input into the following e-learning courses:
If there is project that you think BUFDG should undertake that would assist a large number of its member H E Is, please let us know:
If you would like to present a project that your H E I has undertaken, put forward a problem you’ve come across for discussion with other H E I s, or a solution that your H E I has found to a problem, we would love you to suggest these for regional/other group meeting agendas.
The regional tax group meeting dates can be found here – if you have anything to present or suggest, please contact Andrea or your regional chair.
We also hold meetings for our smaller H E I members (turnover <£100m) twice a year – an invitation to these is sent to the CFO/FD of all our members in membership bands 1-3. If you have anything to present or suggest for these meetings, please contact Amanda.
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