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With a rich history spanning 104 years, City, University of London Students’ Union (the Union) is the primary organisation representing the views of over 18,000 students at City, University of London to the institution and beyond.
With 3 Full-Time Student Officers, a small team of permanent staff and the involvement of student volunteers, the Union is at the heart of activity on campus. The Union delivers a range of services and support for its members, from independent academic advice to supporting our Programme Reps to enhance their course, to promoting the employability and development of students through our Student Activities department. The Union also runs a Shop which sells a range of products, including ethically sourced University branding clothing, merchandise, confectionary and stationary.
The Union is at an exciting point in its development, after launching our Vision 2020 in 2016 we continue to strive to achieve our ambitious targets. Under new management the Union is making great strides to improving its presence on campus, which includes recently moving into a new space on campus that will allow us to be more student-facing, and ensuring the Union is a sustainable and effective organisation.
Please visit www.unitemps.com to check for part time and temporary opportunities within the Union, City, University of London, and beyond.
Our staff work directly to support the organisation to represent and provide services for its members. Below you will find our latest opportunities;
Academic Representation & Democracy Coordinator
Full Time, Permanent
Salary: £24,983 - £30,688
We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic Academic Representation & Democracy Coordinator to join our Membership Services team. The role will lead on the support and delivery of our Programme Representation system, which is delivered in partnership with the University. The post-holder will support and develop students to proactively seek changes to their institution for the enhancement of education and student experience, whilst also playing a key role in highlighting the Students’ Unions academic impact. They will also support the democracy of our organisation, helping to ensure that students are able to engage in our elections and democratic structures.
The successful candidate will have excellent knowledge and experience of academic issues, structures and regulations; have knowledge of the Higher Education sector and the issues currently affecting students and institutions; experience of supporting and developing volunteers.
For more information or to apply, please visit the City, University of London's Jobs Listings
Deadline for applications: 11.59pm Wednesday 21 March 2018
Interviews will take place on Friday 6th April 2018
Click here for the Job Description & Personal Specification