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CS Club - W22 Role Descriptions
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CS Club - W22 Role Descriptions

Programme Committee Roles

Event Coordinator

Marketing Coordinator

Photographer

External Affairs Officer

Discord Moderators

(2026/2025/2024/2023/2022) Class Representatives

Graphic Designer

Full-stack Developer

Systems Committee Roles

Linux Server Admin

Programme Committee Roles

Event Coordinator

Lead: Eric Huang, Yanni Wang, Jason Sang

As an Event Coordinator, you’ll join a group of more than a dozen coordinators intent on providing value not just through academic and career-based opportunities, but also through creating fun, engaging, and impactful experiences. Event Coordinators have two divisions: Opportunities and Community. All Events coordinators have responsibilities that include:

The Opportunities division has responsibilities that include:

The Community division has responsibilities that include

This term we single-handedly coordinated 5 of UW’s largest tech societies to create the massive termly Bootcamp Resume Review and Mock Interview events. We took over 150 applications for our Project Program competition and consequently assigned 80 first and second years to mentors so that they could create original and amazing projects. As well, we brought in over 250 attendees to our exclusive Tesla tech talk. Take a look at our Fall events: https://csclub.uwaterloo.ca/events/2021/fall/

Marketing Coordinator

Lead:

As Marketing Coordinator, your role is to engage with and excite the student communities by promoting CS Club and our events. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Photographer

As a photographer, your main responsibility is to help take photos at our events and for our Humans of CS initiative. Owning a DSLR camera is preferred but not required. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

External Affairs Officer

Lead: David Chen

As the External Affairs Officer, your main role will be to communicate with other clubs, alumni, and industry on behalf of CS Club. Responsibilities include:

Discord Moderators

Lead: Andrew Wang

As a Discord Moderator, your job is to build and foster a thriving and inclusive online community for CS Club. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

(2026/2025/2024/2023/2022) Class Representatives

Lead: Juthika Hoque

As a Class Representative, you’ll be the main liaison between CS Club and your graduating class. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Graphic Designer

Lead: Sam Honoridez

As Graphic Designer, your role is to create in-house graphics that excite the public about CS Club and our events. You will also have opportunities to solve interesting challenges related to community-focused rebranding. Responsibilities include:

Over the last year, the Design team reimagined the CSClub Website and created hundreds of amazing graphics on our social media and discord.

Full-stack Developer

Lead: Amy Wang, Neil Parikh

As a full-stack developer, you will be a technical contributor to web projects that support CS Club initiatives. You will help maintain and improve CS Club's website, and also work on projects such as a user-friendly web interface for CS Club's library. Responsibilities include:

Systems Committee Roles

Linux Server Admin

As the Linux Server Admin, your goal is to work with the systems committee to manage CSC servers and member servers. You will help set up new services and manage our internationally-used mirrors. You are motivated, capable of self-learning, and have strong communication skills. Responsibilities include: