Partnership & Engagement Coordinator (Reading)

  • Job Reference: 00000478-1
  • Date Posted: 19 March 2024
  • Employer: University of West London Students' Union
  • Website: http://www.uwlsu.com/
  • Location: Reading, Berkshire
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £26,270 to £30,530
  • Sector: Student Engagement & Representation
  • Job Type: Part time
  • Duration: Until August 2025

Job Description

Do you want to work for a sector leading organisation? Do you have an interest in joining a team delivering leading projects in role unique to the student movement? We are looking for an innovative and organised individual to join the Partnership & Engagement Team to deliver life-changing opportunities to students at UWL’s Reading Campus.  

The Partnership & Engagement Coordinator (Reading) role allows for expansion within the current Partnership & Engagement Team.  The post holder will coordinate our sector-leading course/community & career-based activity program, delivering bespoke and enriching activities to students in the classroom to enhance their student voice, and be a point of contact for all students studying at our Reading site.  You will also support a wide range of teams at UWLSU to support cross organisational projects.

We are looking for a dynamic, determined individual who is excited about higher education. You will have a proven track record of developing excellent relationships with a variety of stakeholders and a good understanding of project management. You must be comfortable working independently.  You will be driven by our mission to disrupt inequality and our values will resonate strongly with you, which are: collaborative; committed; empowering; informed; inclusive; innovative. 

UWL students come from a diverse range of backgrounds, as an employer we are committed to ensuring that our workforce are reflective of the members we serve.

Therefore we actively encourage applications from people from a wide range of backgrounds and circumstances, particularly those from traditionally underrepresented groups.