Recruitment Drive

21st Management Committee

The 21st Management Committee is looking to recruit passionate and committed sub-committee members to serve the SoC community. There are a total of nine different cells from which you can join to contribute and spice up the life in SoC. Find out more about the nine cells below!


Sign-ups closes on 26 September 2018, 2359

Academic Liaison

Sherman Dang Tay Yu Hong [email protected]

    The Academic Liaison team is dedicated to helping students with their academic pursuits. We are looking out for passionate and dedicated subcommittee members to plan, execute and facilitate the various events that will be held throughout the year. They will be given opportunities to propose their own events and initiatives as well.


    Roles Available

    CS1010J/CS1010 Mock PE subcommittee for AY19/20

    • Project Director
      • To oversee the execution of the mock PEs for CS1101S and CS1010S.
      • Liaison with question-setters to ensure relevancy of event to actual PEs.
      • To ensure the proposal is done within guidelines and submitted on time.
      • Ensure the smooth execution of the event.
    • Vice Project Director
      • Assist Project Director with the tasks stated above.
      • Coordinate ground efforts in facilitation and invigilation.

    Winter Workshop Subcommittee

    • Project Director
      • To oversee the execution of the Winter Workshop.
      • Ensure the proposals are done and submitted within guidelines.
      • To liase with the tutors and ensure the flow of events during execution.
    • Vice Project Director
      • Assist PD with tasks mentioned above.
      • Liaise with professors in-charge and tutors to ensure workshop content is
      • manageable and relevant to attendees.
      • Coordinate ground efforts in setting up equipment.

    Academic Day Subcommittee

    • Project Director
      • To plan the itinerary of events for Academic Day.
      • Ensure the proposals are done and submitted within guidelines.
      • Liaise with respective segment facilitators to plan segment content.
    • Vice Project Director
      • Assist PD with tasks mentioned above.
      • Liaise with segment facilitators to ensure smooth delivery of content.
    • Logistics/Finance
      • Make timely requisitions of required equipment.
      • Ensure requisitions fall within budget allocations.
      • Coordinate ground efforts in setting up event spaces and equipment.

    Student Alumni Networking Session (SANS) subcommittee

    • Project Director
      • To plan the itinerary of SANS.
      • Ensure the smooth flow of events.
    • Vice Project Director
      • Assist PD with tasks above mentioned.
      • Coordinate ground efforts in preparing event spaces and facilitation.
    • Logistics/Finance
      • Make timely requisitions of required equipment.
      • Ensure requisitions fall within budget allocations.
      • Coordinate ground efforts in setting up event spaces and equipment.

    Helpers

    • CS1010S/CS1101S Mock PE
      • 7 volunteers per session (to faciliate and possibly go through answers with students after the mock PE)
    • Winter Workshops
      • 7 volunteers per day (to facilitate and teach students C++ and Java for the upcoming semesters' modules)
    • SANS
      • 6 volunteers (to help in setting up, registration and ushering to ensure smooth flow of event)
    • Academic Day
      • 10 volunteers (to facilitate the event by teaching freshmen how to use the school systems and basic things to know about NUS & SoC, or help in setting up, registration and ushering to ensure smooth flow of event)

Community Service

Bryan Soh Jefferson Low [email protected]

The Community Service Cell aims to be the avenue for School of Computing students to serve others so as to positively impact the community. Join us as we embark on this journey to grow and bring joy to the community around us!


Roles Available

Flag Project Committee

This committee will focus on raising funds for and engaging our beneficiary, Fernvale Gardens School. Events and activities include fundraising, beneficiary engagement days, flag day, and the Rag and Flag Carnival.

  • Project Director
    • Oversee fundraisers for our beneficiary
    • Oversee engagement sessions for our beneficiary
    • Oversee the club’s involvement in the Rag & Flag Carnival
    • Be the main point of contact to organise the annual flag day
    • To vet and ensure the proposal is within guidelines and submitted on time
  • Deputy Project Director
    • Assist the Project Director in the above-mentioned tasks
    • Be the main point of contact for the rest of the sub-committee
  • Manpower X 2
    • Recruit student volunteers
    • Be the point of contact for the student volunteers
    • Allocate manpower during events and activities
  • Programs
    • Plan the fundraisers for our beneficiary
    • Plan the engagement sessions for our beneficiary
    • Plan the club’s involvement in the Rag & Flag Carniva
  • Finance Logistics
    • Settle claims and payments for sub-committee members, student volunteers, and external parties
    • Meet logistic requirements for events and activities
  • Decor
    • Meet the aesthetic needs of the events and activities

Upcoming Project Committee

This committee will focus on a new community service project aimed at serving the elderly. Recruiting student volunteers with or without relevant expertise.

  • Project Director
    • Facilitate the brainstorming of activities to serve the elderly
    • Oversee the activities on event day with the elderly
    • Choose and liaise with the new beneficiary on our intent to engage them for a CIP programme
    • To vet and ensure the proposal is within guidelines and submitted on time
  • Deputy Project Director
    • Assist the Project Director in overseeing activities with the elderly
  • Manpower
    • Recruit student volunteers
    • Be the point of contact for the student volunteers
    • Allocate manpower during events and activities
  • Programs X 2
    • Plan activities with the elderly on the event day
  • Finance Logistics
    • Settle claims and payments for sub-committee members, student volunteers, and external parties
    • Meet logistic requirements for events and activities

Helpers

If you’re interested in volunteering for the CIP projects on the ground, you can indicate your interest now! We will contact you nearer to the event date.

  • New elderly CIP
  • Code for Community
  • Flag BEDs

Student Relations

Jamais Ang Law Jia Hua [email protected]

Interested in planning events or have any ideas to make SOC a little more vibrant and fun? Student Relations cell is the right place for you! Unbounded by our job scope, we get to roll out new initiatives to create platforms for computing students to bond and make friends. We also act as the main channel for students to give feedback on. If you’re dedicated, passionate and up for the fun, do consider joining SR!

Marketing

Urth Tan Dominic Dong Rachel Low [email protected]

Keen to expand your network? Join Marketing in Computing Club and get to meet like-minded people with the same interest! Wait no more and join us NOW!

The Marketing Cell works on both frontend and backend and supports various NUS Students’ Computing Club events. These events will require us to work closely with sponsors as well as the managing the core operation of SoC merchandise sales.

Subcommittees of Marketing Cell will have limitless opportunities to:

  • Increase and build network with external clients
  • Improve communication and presentation skills
  • Be involved and work closely with other cells
  • Dual role in marketing and publicity (Case by case)
  • Can be involved in both sales and sponsorship & procurement subcommittees (Case by case)

Roles Available

Sales Team

  • Help to market NUS Computing Club’s products
  • Gather data on students’ preference & buying habits
  • Maintain our integrity across all marketing initiatives
  • Produce successful campaigns for our students
  • Produce action plans for marketing campaigns
  • Select media platforms that best suit our products
  • Liaise with suppliers, students and publicity members
  • Create & maintain a favourable public image for NUS Computing
  • Manage our marketing department budget

Sponsorship & Procurement Team

  • Manage the sponsorships for Computing Club’s events
  • Outreach to sponsors (Will not need to cold email)
  • Build rapport with sponsors
  • Identify potential sponsors
  • Works closely with all cells for events
  • Procurement of goods, sourcing for discounts for bulk purchase

Publicity

Gan Chin Yao Tham Si Mun Mavis Kwa [email protected]

Subcommittee

Interested in Photography, Videography or Design? No experience is needed! If you are interested to contribute to event coverage, poster/t-shirt design and the promotion of Computing Club activities, do join us in our Publicity family! You may choose more than 1 of the following roles:


Roles Available

  • Photographer

  • Take photos for Computing events such as Freshmen Orientation Camps (4D3N), IFG Games, Sports Camp, Valentine’s Day etc. Help out at photo booths to capture all the highlights of our Computing events! If you have no experience, a photography workshop will be conducted by professionals to help you learn!

  • Videographer

  • Take videos for Computing events and create amazing videos for the rest of the students to see! Events include: Freshmen Orientation Camp (4D3N), BASH, Sports Camp, CIP events etc. If you have no prior experience, a videography workshop will be conducted by professionals to help you learn!

  • Graphics Designer

  • Design graphic works such as posters, logos, shirts, merchandise etc. Events include posters for all Computing related events, such as Valentine, Halloween and Christmas! If you have no prior Photoshop experience, a workshop will be conducted to help you learn!

  • Social Media Manager

  • Take full charge of the NUS Student Computing Club Instagram and Facebook page! Post interesting content (up to your creativity) to engage the SoC population! Learn insights of the business aspect of Instagram and Facebook by utilizing Instagram and Facebook for business!

Welfare

Ng Chee Siang Clara Lie [email protected]

The Welfare subcommittee is a group of friends who come together to bring others together. We aim for SoC students to feel like they are part of a community here, and we want to enrich the lives of students. We are responsible for giving them more opportunities to enjoy student life through various events that we organise. The Welfare subcommittee members will have the opportunity to propose ideas to better the lives of fellow students, as well as take part in the execution of those ideas.


Look forward to Movie Night, Welfare Carnival and Welfare Packs!

Sports

Kerwin Lim Jeanne Toh [email protected]

Are you passionate about sports or simply interested in making the sports scene in SoC more vibrant? The Sports Cell is the right place for you!!! Join us on this exciting and fulfilling journey where you will get to pick up a myriad of skills and gain valuable experience.

We will be organising 2 events this academic year. One of the two events is SoC Sports Carnival, a one-day sports event in which computing students sign up as teams of 5 to compete in various sports. Our job will be to ensure the logistics and welfare of the participants are taken care of, as well as referee and taking of the scores. And of course, you will be able to participate as well!

The second event is SoC Night Cycling. We will require water points station masters and route marshals to ensure the safety and well-being of the participants. Logistics and route will be settled beforehand.

The Sports Committee is also involved in IFG. We plan and look after the welfare of our athletes, such as providing ice box and isotonic drinks!

Sub-committee members will be able to choose their roles per event! Roles include, Admin, Finance, Logistics, Manpower, Marketing and Publicity. Try a myriad of roles or stick to one. We assure you that you will end the year more experienced and holistic! Delay no more and join our team! Contact us to find out more!

Roles Available

Project Director and Vice Project Director for Sports Carnival

  • Delegate roles and lead the sub-committee in planning the Sports Carnival
  • Facilitate the brainstorming of activities
  • Oversee the activities on event day

Project Director and Vice Project Director for Night Cycling

  • Delegate roles and lead the sub-committee in planning the Night Cycling
  • Liaise with Bicycle and Food Vendors
  • Ensure safety and smooth execution of event

Sub-Committee Members

  • Assist Project Directors in executing the above events
  • Provide welfare for our sports team
* You may select multiple roles. Project Directors and Vice Project Directors are part of the Sub-Committee

Information Technology

Benjamin Lau Soh Hak Wee [email protected]

We are looking for budding web and app developers or coding amateurs who are passionate in creating stuff that benefits the student body.

We shall compile together, git gud together, and throw errors together! Come join IT cell!


Roles Available

Development Team

  • Create websites for SoC specific events
  • Develop apps to solve problems that the student body faces
  • Expand the capabilities of Computer Club through automation

Operation Team

  • Ensure the continuity and operability of nuscomputing.com and its subdomains
  • Provide technical support for any of our email and web servers.

Freshmen Orientation Projects (FOP)

Crystal Lee Andy Lam [email protected]

Had fun in orientation? The Freshmen Orientation Projects (FOP) cell is looking for a dedicated team who will be planning orientation events for freshmen! Our projects are the first opportunity for freshmen to experience university life and integrate themselves into the faculty.

As a FOP sub-committee member, you can turn your ideas to life by conceptualizing and organizing the various orientation camps and activities. Join us on this exciting and fulfilling journey to create a meaningful summer not only for the incoming freshmen, but for yourself as well!


Insights & Roles Available

FOP Marketing

  • Liaise with the Computing Club’s Marketing Team to manage the sponsorships for FOP.

Freshmen Social Camp Project Director / Committee

  • Plan programs and games for incoming freshmen
  • Encourage interaction between freshmen
  • Promote other upcoming FOP/school’s events
  • Programmes & Logistics: Plan the programmes of the camp
  • Administrative: Form the structure and provide the required support for the camp to run smoothly.
  • Publicity: Handle publicity and related design work (e.g. Shirts)

Freshmen Orientation Camp Project Director / Committee

  • Plan programs and games for incoming freshmen
  • Encourage interaction between seniors and juniors
  • Help freshmen integrate into school life
  • Programmes & Logistics: Plan the programmes of the camp
  • Administrative: Form the structure and provide the required support for the camp to run smoothly.
  • Publicity: Handle publicity and related design work (e.g. Shirts)

Freshmen Orientation Week Project Director / Committee

  • Plan programs and games for incoming freshmen
  • Help freshmen familiarise with campus facilities and vicinity
  • Help freshmen integrate into school life
  • Programmes & Logistics: Plan the programmes of the camp
  • Administrative: Form the structure and provide the required support for the camp to run smoothly.
  • Publicity: Handle publicity and related design work (e.g. Shirts)

RAG Project Director / Committee

  • Coordinate RAG performance
  • Source for costume/float materials
  • Creative Department: Be as creative as you can!
  • Float Department: Design and create floats
  • Dance Department: Choreograph RAG dance and integrate with floats
  • Make-up artists: Design RAG hair and make-up
  • Costumes Designer: Design and create RAG performance costumes

Bash Project Director / Committee

  • Plan Bash night program
  • Acquire Venue
  • Hire necessary staff (DJ, make-up artist, photographer etc)
  • Arrange photo shoot for BASH Pageants
  • Work with FSC and/or FOW to plan finale night
  • Pageant Selection