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Come work with us

 

We aim to create an awesome experience for our members, and we need your help to do it. If you are the sort of person that thrives in thinking creatively, is passionate and ambitious, we want applications from you. 

Why work with the SU

Tell me about the University of Suffolk Students’ Union

If you are looking for an organisation where no day is the same - Hola, that's us. We are bold, punch well above our weight and work as a team to provide the best experience for our 5,000 members. We are run by students for students and we provide the materials to develop, engage and inspire our members every day.

We have just developed our two-year strategic plan which focuses on being awesome in three areas: Relevance, Engagement and Quality. Based in Ipswich, we provide Student Opportunities in the form of sports, societies and events. We offer Advice for when things aren’t going great and we run a programme of Freshers’ and events for when they are.

We are new, ambitious and ready to get started. If this sounds like your cup of tea (and you can actually make a decent cup of tea), then we want you to bring your enthusiasm, ideas and passion to our team.

Full-time ROLES

Student Representation Coordinator

  • Responsible for delivering and implementing the Annual SU Student Representation Operating Plan
  • Organise Democratic processes including but not limited to; Student Council and Student Officer Committee
  • Organise Representation; including Student Officer and Course Representative elections and provides ongoing training and development

Job Role and Person Specification 

Location: University of Suffolk Students’ Union Office, Library Building.

Grade: 4 (Grade Point 13-17)

Salary: £19,506 – £21,843

Closing Date: 5pm on 5th December 2019 
Interview Date: TBC
Start Date: January 2020


More Information: If you have any questions please contact Sarah Tattersall on 01473 338 155

How do I Apply?

To Apply please email your CV and a cover letter explaining your suitability for the role to Sarah.Tattersall@uos.ac.uk