Residential Experience Coordinator
Contract type Open ended contract staff
Working pattern Full time
Salary £25,684 - £28,586
Closing date for applications 02-Oct-2018
University of Bristol Students' Union role
We’re looking for someone with the skills and passion to help our members to have the best possible start to their time at University by supporting community building and representation activities in University Residences. This role is all about supporting collaboration between the SU, University and students in Bristol’s new Residential Life model, so you will work closely with 2 other Residential Experience Coordinators and teams across the SU and University. Together you will support student representatives in residences (JCRs) so that they can identify and tackle the issues facing their communities. You will also work closely with students to coordinate and deliver a programme of social and community-building activities that help students settle in, make friends and feel more connected with their SU and University community.
Hours: 35 hours per week – most work will be completed during normal office hours, but with some evening and weekend working required.
Closing date: 9am on Wednesday 3rd October 2018
Part business, part charity, part membership body – Bristol SU is a seriously fun place to work. Our professional staff do something extraordinary every day: we support student leaders to give people a voice in their education, help people get the most out of their student experience and help people make the change they want in the world. We have over 22,000 members, 300 clubs and societies, a huge range of professional services, and a bold strategy to inspire pride in the Union.
- You'll have a genuine passion for building positive student communities
- You'll be committed to helping students to tackle the issues facing them while at University
- You'll have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build effective working relationships with a wide range of people, including students, staff and the wider community
- You'll have experience of working with others to organise events or community-building initiatives
- You'll be highly motivated, and effectively able to manage your own work and time
We offer the flexibility for work-life balance, a competitive salary for the non-profit sector, a generous pension scheme and excellent holiday allowance. We’re open to considering requests for part-time working. We provide professional training so that whatever your chosen field of work, with the right mix of challenge and support, you’ll gain fantastic experience, and room to develop and advance your career.
We’re committed to equality of opportunity for all. We welcome applications from individuals regardless of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, or disability status. We want to support diverse and inclusive work environments and are actively looking for people who share our values.
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