Job Perks

There's perks to working at City Students' Union, that's not just student discount!
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In addition to working in one of the best jobs around you will have access to an array of perks as shown below:

  • A generous holiday package of 30 days, plus 8 statutory days (New Years Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day Holiday, Spring Bank Holiday, Late Summer Bank Holiday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day), and additional closure days over Christmas.
  • A flexible and supportive approach to working.
  • Fetching Union merch (t-shirts/hoodies for being out on campus).
  • A comprehensive onboarding and training programme.
  • An optional mentor from the students’ union movement for the year.
  • Access to networking with other students' union professionals from across the U.K.
  • Access to City’s professional development programmes covering leadership, management, project delivery, mental health and wellbeing and more.
  • Access to LinkedIn Learning.
  • Staff social events and activities across the year.
  • Two days paid leave per year to undertake volunteering work.
  • Auto-enrolment into a pension scheme.
  • Family friendly policies, including maternity, adoption and shared parental leave.
  • Salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.
  • Access to UniDays, Student Beans and the City staff discount scheme for online and high street savings.
  • Free eye tests through the City Sight Optometry Clinic.
  • Access to exclusive City Sport staff membership deals.
  • Access to City, University of London libraries.
  • Access to staff counselling and occupational health services to support you at work.
  • Use of Office 365 for free through the Microsoft Home Use Programme.
  • Access to an interest-free season ticket loan.
  • Access to voluntary health plans with Simplyhealth covering health, dental and personal accidents.

We have a structured approach to pay which is in line with City, University of London's salary scales for their Professional, Administration and Support staff. When people start with us they usually start at the bottom of the scale and go up an increment on their scale on the 1 August each year.

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