ENSOC Executive Member


ENSOC Executive Members are in charge of overseeing and running social, academic and industry events to help develop engineering students. Other duties include running the clubs finances, marketing and ensuring positive relationships between the club and the university.

Hours involved in the activity

For every 12 hours of active learning you can claim recognition for one skill and one attribute. NB: opportunities only exist to develop the skills and attributes specified for this activity in the grey areas of the table below. For this activity you can claim a maximum of three learning and development outcomes.

Eligibility/Selection Criteria

ENSOC Executive Members are voted on at the ENSOC AGM, and/or through a committee selection. The AGM is held in term 4 of every year.

Training Provided

ENSOC Executive Members receive mentoring from the previous year executive team.



Work readiness skill/Graduate attribute

By actively engaging in this activity, you can claim against the pre-determined intersection points detailed below. You should reflect on your experience and select the WRS/GA intersection point(s) that best represents your learning outcome.

  • B1 - Communication - You communicate effectively and appropriately for your audience and easily listen to others.
  • B2 - Initiative and enterprise - You generate and implement new ideas for better results for our communities.
  • B3 - Leadership – You keep the team motivated towards the final goal and model leadership in the community.
  • B4 - Learning - You see areas for self-development and know when to learn something new.
  • B5 - Planning & Organising - You coordinate tasks for a range of people.
  • B6 - Problem Solving - You notice current or potential issues and develop strategies to resolve those issues.
  • B7 - Self-Management - You keep yourself on task and evaluate your own work performance.
  • B8 - Teamwork - You share different ideas within your team about a project or process.
  • B9 - Technology – You organise and store information for easy access.
  • C1 - Communication – You can share and write information clearly.
  • C2 - Initiative and Enterprise – You plan and generate solutions to cope with changes.
  • C3 - Leadership – You successfully organise and manage a team.
  • C4 - Learning – You apply what you have learned to different areas.
  • C5 - Planning and organising – You manage the way a project will be put into action.
  • C6 - Problem solving – You resolve an issue with a customer, client or team member.
  • C8 - Teamwork – You work with your team to resolve any issues that occur.
  • C9 - Technology - You use computer skills to create projects, selecting the best applications to use to produce particular work.
  • D1 - Communication- You communicate with an overseas organisation and explain thoughts clearly to be better understood. 
  • D2 - Initiative and enterprise- You plan ways to make improvements to usual practice with other language users in mind. 
  • D3 - Leadership- You use and combine different ideas from the global community to create and improve an outcome.
  • D5 - Planning & Organising - You coordinate tasks for a range of people.
  • D7 - Self-Management - You identify skills that could make you more productive when working with other language users. 
  • D8 - Teamwork - You share different ideas within the team about a project. 
  • D9 - Technology - You refer to international sources when identifying which information is the most relevant to the project.
  • A1 - Communication- You communicate in a bicultural and culturally responsive manner with people of a different cultural background.
  • A2 - Initiative and enterprise- You undertake active engagement with Māori communities when developing new ideas and looking for new opportunities.  
  • A4 - Learning- You recognise that learning in a different cultural setting can be challenging and may require different or new approaches.
  • A5 - Planning & Organising- You are self-reflective in planning processes, seeking and responding to feedback from key Māori stakeholders.
  • A6 - Problem Solving- You demonstrate a holistic approach to problem solving and seek to apply this in a bicultural context.
  • A7 Self-Management- You recognise and address your own filters, privileges, biases, and cultural preferences and identify self-development opportunities in the bicultural space.  
  • A8 - Teamwork- You recognise and validate the prior knowledge, experience and skills that team members bring. 
Matrix intersection points for ENSOC Executive Members (highlighted in grey)
Co-curricular Record (CCR)

UC Graduate Attributes (GAs)

Bicultural Competence & Confidence Community Engagement Employability Innovation & Enterprise Global Awareness
Work Readiness Skills (WRS) Communication A1 B1 C1 D1
Initiative and enterprise A2 B2 C2 D2
Leadership A3 B3 C3 D3
Learning A4 B4 C4 D4
Planning and organising A5 B5 C5 D5
Problem solving A6 B6 C6 D6
Self-management A7 B7 C7 D7
Teamwork A8 B8 C8 D8
Technology A9 B9 C9 D9

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