We are looking for hard working, committed team players to take on the enormous challenge of organising the next ACSS and leading our hubs across major cities in Australia in 2022!

Hub Model:

In the ACSS’ efforts to extend the organisation to a national level, hubs across capital cities in Australia have been created. This is to facilitate interstate student participation without the need to be in-person in Canberra. A headquarters based at the ANU in Canberra will be linked to a critical mass of students across the country via teleconferencing, love streaming, the Conductrr crisis simulation software, virtual event management software, and other technologies.


  • Enrolled at an Australian University in 2022 in Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra (ANU students only), Sydney, Melbourne;
  • 2nd year or above (postgraduate students are welcome to apply); and
  • Studying International Security Studies, International Relations, Strategic Studies, Law, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Languages, Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Arts, Media, Politics or a related discipline;
  • Previous leadership and/or organisational experience is preferred, but not required.

Team Application & Selection Process:

To nominate yourself for a Hub Coordinator position ACSS 2022, please submit this form by COB on Sunday the 5th of June. Following a review of the nominations by our ACSS 2022 Executive Team, you will be informed if you have progressed to the next round. Applicants will be interviewed for their positions in person for Canberra hubs and over Zoom for interstate hubs. 

Applications who have successfully secured an interview will be contacted by Wednesday the 8th of June with further details for the interview process.

Important Dates in the Selection Process:

Applications Close: COB on Sunday 5th June
Applicants Proceeding to Interviews Contacted: Wednesday 8th June
Interviews Commence: Tuesday 14th June

ACSS 2022 Hub Coordinator Role Description:


  • Communicate with delegates, through emails and other forums, leading up to, during the Summit and after the Summit;
  • Research and assist the Delegate Experience team to reach out to prospective partners, sponsors and other stakeholders;
  • Monitor delegate welfare and wellbeing, particularly during the Summit;
  • Organise events to facilitate mixing between delegates and professionals; 
  • Distribute and enforce ACSS policy documents;
  • Assist the Media and Communications team in developing creative and professional marketing content;
  • Providing general communications for marketing campaigns in local city
  • Organise in-person attendance at the ACSS Hub during the week, including catering and technology
  • In consultation with the ACSS Delegate Experience team, select a Hub for the week of the Summit


  • June 2022 – October 2022: 5-7 hours per week
  • November 2022: 15+ hours per week in lead-up to the Summit
  • December 2022: 15+ hours per week in lead-up to the Summit, full-time in Summit Week (5th-9th)
  • Following December: continual engagement with the ACSS team and any obligations that follow the Summit – Approx. 3-5 hours per week.