Work With Us
With a rich history spanning 104 years, City, University of London Students’ Union is the primary organisation representing the views of over 19,000 students to the institution and beyond.
With three full-time Student Officers, a team of permanent staff and the involvement of student volunteers, the Union is at the heart of activity on campus. We deliver a range of services and support for members, from independent academic advice to supporting Programme Reps to enhance their course, to promoting the employability and development of students through our student activities. The Union also runs a shop which sells a range of products, including ethically sourced University branding clothing, merchandise, confectionary and stationary.
As an organisation we are continually striving to develop as an organisation. We recently became a Company Limited by Guarantee, moved into a new, more accessible space on campus and successfully increased our block grant, enabling us to deliver more for students.
Paid Student Opportunities
This year we are looking to expand our student staff team, aiming to offer flexible, part-time job opportunities on campus that put students' at the heart of what we do. These roles are great for your future employability, helping you to gain adaptable knowledge and skill that will help you in your future career.
No current student vacancies.
Our staff work directly to support the organisation to represent and provide services for its members.
||28 hours per week
||30 days, plus additional closure days
||Grade 4 (£20,752.80 - £23,40.80) (based on full-time equivalent of £25,941 - £29,176)
||SU Representation Manager
||Occasional student staff
We are looking for an organised and student-focused person to join the Union as our new part-time Representation & Democracy Coordinator. This new post is designed to support the delivery of student feedback and representation systems, to ensure the effective coordination and development of democratic functions and to work with elected officers, volunteers and other students to deliver change on campus and beyond.
This post is ideal if you are interested in leading on effective engagement with students, working to ensure we are representing students’ best interests and helping them to make change. The individual in this post will have the chance to work on other key Representation Team projects including the Student Led Teaching Awards, wellbeing campaigns and green projects.
To apply for this role, please submit a cover letter (no more than 2-sides of A4), outlining your experience and motivation for applying for the post.
All candidates are also asked to complete our Equality & Diversity monitoring form.