* Temporary working from home required due to Covid-19 pandemic *
We are delighted that you are interested in joining the team at Cambridge SU. We’re about to embark on our first year as a brand new union, and we’re looking for just the right candidate to join us in an ambitious year!
This role will be essential to helping us deliver our goal of increasing postgraduate representation, working close with our two Access, Education & Participation Officers (UG & PG).
The role’s primary objective is to initiate, develop and support the involvement of Cambridge SU in the Academic Rep Scheme. Supporting and training faculty and school reps to make a difference to the students on their courses and working with the two Access, Education & Participation Officers (UG & PG) to make changes and influence educational policy.
In addition the role will also; be the lead staff member for our access projects and activities, working closely with the Access, Education & Participation Officers (UG & PG) to deliver these; develop and maintain an online directory of the training opportunities available to students from Cambridge SU and work with the rest of the Membership Engagement Team.
The role will be a key development role, responsible for setting up the systems, processes and initial training content to support student reps. The role will initially be responsible for providing a package of training and guidance for student representation and delivering that to a range of reps, and it is then expected that the role develops into an overall coordination role of our education and access work.
**Please take some time to read the Job Information Pack, browse the Cambridge SU website and contact the SU if you'd like to discuss to role further via phonecall.**
Deadline to apply: Thursday 23rd, 5pm
Interview date: Monday 3rd August
We welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from those from Black, Asian and an ethnic minority backgrounds, as they are under-represented within Cambridge SU in some areas. We are happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments individuals may require in the recruitment process, on commencement, or once in post.