AboutAs the representative body of one of the largest student populations in the South West we are proud of our achievements to date and of the services we offer; we are now seeking individuals to join the team to drive us on to even greater things with the launch of our NEW strategic plan! As of the 1st August 2023 we will be a Real Living Wage Employer! All of our staff enjoy great perks including 27 days holiday + closure days + bank holidays (including Easter and Christmas & pro rata based on working hours), annual pay increases, 24/7 EAP, cycle to work scheme, discounts and perks, casual dress - check out our website for the FULL benefits offering!
Our Community Team are looking for an approachable individual with a strong administrative and events skillset to join their team.
This role will support operationally and administratively community welfare and wellbeing campaigns, projects and events!
These could include:
Inclusive events during the annual Welcome periods, supporting student to settle in and make connections;
Wellbeing events and projects based on Students’ Union President priorities, e.g. activity and messaging for Feel Good February, exam destress interventions, World Mental Health Day, healthy eating, sexual health;
The Students’ Union’s Drugs and Alcohol Impact work; and
Other exciting student-led activity/ campaigns and projects as assigned by the Community Manager.
The Community Team here at The Students’ Union at UWE creates a sense of belonging for the UWE Bristol student communities.
The Community Projects Coordinator position would support building a sense of community by operationally delivering key events throughout year. Coordinate and support wellbeing events and projects such as feel-good February and world mental health day. Support The Students’ Union’s Drugs and Alcohol impact work, and administratively supporting all key campaigns/ events and projects as assigned by the Community Manager.
We are therefore looking for an enthusiastic, values driven individual with a strong administrative skill set and experience of coordinating and organising events/ projects/ campaigns and/or activity.
If this position sounds like it would suit you:
View the FULL job description here to see the full skills/ experiences required and duties and responsibilities of the position.
Based at Frenchay Campus- Bristol
The postholder will be required to work at, or from any of the Union’s establishments (Bower Ashton Campus, Glenside Campus etc) and be willing to travel within Bristol and the surrounding area.
Duration: 22 Month Fixed Term Contract
Hours Per Week: 37 Hours per week
Due to the nature of the role, must be able and willing to work outside standard office hours as and when required (with notice), including semi-frequent evening work and occasional weekend work for events/ activity
Salary: £23,082 + Annual salary increases + Annual increment salary increases for your first three years’ (can be outlined within interview) based on full time hours (37 hours per week)
Holiday Benefits: 27 days annual leave + Bank Holidays & Closure Days (pro rata)
How to Apply:
Here at The Students’ Union we want our workforce to reflect the makeup of the community we serve. Therefore, we welcome all applications irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation, age or disability.
To apply for this role, please visit our website to download an application form and an equal opportunities form and return to [email protected]
Application Deadline: 12th June 2023 at 9:00am
Interview Date: 19th June 2023
Start Date: 1st August 2023