AboutNottingham Trent Students’ Union (NTSU) is a high performing and ambitious organisation, pioneering in its use of digital to drive insight, optimise organisational performance and to enable effective representation, democracy and communication. Working for NTSU enables staff to develop their personal and professional skills. We currently have 65 members of permanent staff and over 400 members of student staff working across 3 sites in Nottinghamshire. t was named Higher Education Students’ Union of the Year in 2015 by NUS and has seen rapid improvement in its NSS Q23 student satisfaction score which is reflected in our position as a top 10 students’ union in the UK.
The types of activities you will support and engage students in will include, but not be limited to, academic representation, student campaigns, equality and diversity initiatives, societies & communities, new and ongoing projects and facilitating access to our Information & Advice and Peer Support services.
Colleagues will work with you to increase student engagement by developing and delivering projects and initiatives that reflect the demographic of the student body.
As a Membership Engagement Coordinator, you will be a key point of contact for students at the Clifton Campus. You will help train and support student volunteers delivering their activities and have supervisory responsibility for occasional student staff working in this area.
The post holder must have a flexible approach and be willing to support the broader work of the Student Voice team and Membership as a whole. Evening and weekend working will be required at certain times of the year, depending on the organisation’s needs.
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop and maintain productive and positive working relationships with both students and staff members. In addition, you will be a highly organised, strong administrator able to manage multiple projects effectively. Self-motivated and able to work on your initiative with minimal supervision. Although not essential, experience in a similar role within a student-led environment would be highly desirable.