Joint Captain & Men's Captain - James Hoad
The job of the Captain is primarily to nag the members of the committee to
make sure that they are keeping on top of their roles and to chair
committee meetings. Specific jobs include planning/organising Cuppers, the
Intro-O and the May Week event, and filling in reports on club activities for other
organisations. The job is not usually that time consuming, but the Captain
must be willing to assume responsibility for other roles in the committee
should that be necessary.
Joint Captain & Women's Captain - Katrin Harding
The women's captain does the same job as the men's captain, but picks the women's teams for Varsity and BUCS.
Senior Treasurer - Mike Bickle
Junior Treasurer - John Ockenden
The responsibility of the Junior Treasurer is to account for all financial transactions
within the club, such as keeping tabs on all creditors, debtors and balances. A job suitable for
folk with number affinity and self-discipline.
Secretary - James Rickards
The first point of contact if you're not sure who best to talk to
within the club. Also acts as BOF liaison, and deals with the agendas and
minutes at committee meetings. Basically a job with lots of prestige, but
not too much work!
Social Secretaries - Andrea Stefkova and Jessica Mason
This involves arranging ad-hoc outings to pubs and organising events such as The Dinnercrawl.
This job is cool; if you like getting out and chill, this is for you.
Training Officers - Carrie Beadle and Mark Salmon
The Training Officers have the task of arranging weekly training during term
time. Usually two sessions a week are held varying from interval sessions
to tea runs.
Mapping Officer - Joe Hobbs
Mapping officer: The Mapping officer has the responsibilty of keeping the
maps of CUOC's areas up-to-date. On a yearly basis this normally involves
minor updates (vegetation changes, new paths, new fences etc.) on the maps
to be used for the Sprint-O and Icenian but can also involve larger
re-mapping work, depending on the need and/or the level of keeness! CUOC
has all it's maps in OCAD format and a license for OCAD 8 for doing
Technology Officer - Henrik Lieng
Being a technology officer means managing the CUOC website and the CUOC email lists.
Quartermaster - Katrin Harding
The quartermaster is responsible for the stocks.
Sprint-O Organiser - Dan Safka
Sprint-O Organiser: Organises the smooth running of the event, ranging from wide publicity coverage to all British Universities to
reliable, friendly service at the curry house finalé.
Development & Publicity Officer - Zuzka Strakova
The Development & Publicity officer oversees recruitment (and retention!) of new
orienteers and ensures that the club is well presented in all
communications. The job involves making fliers,
videos and other publicity materials, and annoying the rest of the
committee by being pedantic about their emails.
Safety Officer - Matthew Vokes