Student Voice Manager
University of Sunderland Students’ Union
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
Our Mission - Shaping students lives for the future
Our Vision - To reflect and act upon the priorities and aspirations of our students in all our decisions and actions. We believe our students are the best and we want to enable your success
Purpose of the role:
To empower and support student representatives and leaders to shape and improve the University, wider community and the world around them. The Student Voice team will provide support to student leaders through access to evidence and research, policy development expertise and campaigning planning and skills. This post will help build the Students’ Union’s reputation as an evidence-based, influential organisation that genuinely makes a difference to the quality of students’ lives and University provision.
The post holder will need to demonstrate knowledge of the following with the application statement:
· Substantial experience in a policy or campaigning role.
· Devising and implementing effective campaigns plans that have resulted in change.
· Able to motivate and engage team members to build a high-performing student voice and campaigns team.
· Strong project / campaign planning and management skills.
· Comprehensive knowledge of sector expectations, practices, and trends in policy, student voice and campaigns.
How to apply:
If you have an interest in this role, please visit our website to view the job description for further details: https://www.sunderlandsu.co.uk/jobs
Download our Job Description for further details.
Please send your completed Application Form and Equality and Diversity Form to [email protected] by Monday 27 March 2023 – 9am.
If you have any queries regarding the role or would like to discuss the role, please contact [email protected]
We are committed to ensuring our workforce reflects the diversity of the world and community we are based in. We positively encourage applications from all individuals irrespective of their gender, age, home country, ethnic background, sexuality, religious beliefs or disability, and welcome requests for flexible working.