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Societies Co-Ordinator

Role: Societies Co-Ordinator
Location: Coventry
Salary: Pro rata of £18,661 to £21,520 per annum
Hours: Approximately 29 hours per week.

(1313.6 annualised hours per annum) subject to a 16 week probationary period.

Some weekend and evening working may be required from time to time for special events.

Time off in lieu will be granted.
Benefits: 20 days (pro rata) holiday and no less than 15 days (pro rata) for Christmas, New Year, Easter, May-Day, Spring and late Bank holidays (or days in lieu thereof), Pension Scheme

We are looking for a key addition to its staff team following an exciting review of its membership services portfolio.

You will be responsible for a specific group of student societies working in partnership with the existing Societies Coordinators.

You will provide advice and guidance for student led groups, particularly in relation to event planning, health and safety, managing finances and legal and compliance.

You will develop expertise relating to your portfolio of societies ensuring involvement is maximised and risks are limited.

You will be responsible for keeping the student activities sections of the website up to date and use your knowledge of technology to communicate effectively with our members.

In order to succeed, you must be an effective written and verbal communicator with strong customer service skills.

You must also possess excellent planning and organisational skills.

You will be highly PC literate and able to use data to make improvements to services.

Experience of working with volunteers is highly desirable.

If the prospect of working in a democratic, student focused environment has caught your imagination and you have a desire to work in a lively and vibrant organisation - then this post could be what you have been looking for.

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 9am Thursday 11th August 2016

INTERVIEW DATE: Monday 15th August 2016
(You must be available to attend an interview on this date if shortlisted)

We are committed to anti discriminatory practices and works to ensure all people are able to give their best to the SU.

All decisions are taken on merit.

We would encourage applications from all sections of the community in order to improve the diversity of the workforce

Simply send us your details via 'Apply' (be sure to include a valid email address) and we will e-mail you details of how to progress your application.