Governance Administrator

  • Job Reference: 00000561-1
  • Date Posted: 8 May 2024
  • Employer: University College London Students' Union - UCL
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  • Location: London
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £30,138 to £33,759
  • Bonus/Benefits: £30,138 - £33,759 pro-rata (0.6 FTE) inclusive of London allowance
  • Sector: Administration, Government & Democracy
  • Job Type: Permanent, Part time

Job Description

Do you have knowledge and understanding of governance and democratic processes? Do you have demonstrable experience of working effectively on own initiative and experience of working effectively in a team?

We are looking for a Governance Administrator to provide administrative support to the Governance and Compliance team to ensure we are governed to exemplary standards. The Governance Administrator will be responsible for providing administrative support to our complaint, disciplinary and safeguarding processes and procedures.  The successful candidate will develop and deliver administrative support to the wider team such as through servicing meetings, creating action logs and maintaining records.

This is a part time (0.6FTE) and permanent role.

This is an exciting role in a unique organisation.  Our vision is of an outstanding experience for all UCL students and to be one of the best students’ unions in the UK and the world.  We aim to build a vibrant and empowered student community with real influence in UCL and beyond, that enables students to enjoy their time at university; pursue their interests and passions; see the world in new ways; and develop the skills and experience to change the world for the better.

We are a registered charity employing over 100 career staff and 300 student staff, delivering a wide range of services and representative functions for UCL students. We have the widest portfolio of services of any student organisation in the country, managing UCL’s extracurricular programmes for sport, music, drama, dance, media, volunteering, academic societies and intercultural engagement; providing a wide range of fantastic social spaces; leading on student democracy and representation across UCL; and offering excellent student support services.

It's an exciting time our growing organisation as we lead the delivery of UCL’s groundbreaking new Student Life Strategy. This is enabling us to build more programmes to improve students’ mental and physical wellbeing, promote genuine equity for all, build students’ skills and confidence, develop their international connections and intercultural skills, and make a real contribution to our local community.

We support hybrid working. Excellent benefits including defined benefit pension scheme and generous holiday entitlement. We are proud of high levels of staff engagement and pride ourselves on being a great place to work.