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Executive Support

Executive Support
Part time
Hours: Part time.

Approximately 14.5 hours per week on an annualised hours basis (to be agreed) worked from Monday to Friday.

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

Time off in lieu will be granted.
Salary: Pro rata of £ 21,520 - £24,924 per annum (Approximate actual salary will be £8,608 to £9,970 per annum)
Benefits: Pro rata of 20 days 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 and other benefits


We are looking for a key addition to its staff team to support crucial organisational projects.


You will support the Chief Executive and the leadership team in project planning and monitoring, research and information gathering and collating data for reporting purposes.

After launching our new strategy in 2015, you will support the Chief Executive in monitoring delivery of the projects that help us demonstrate transparency and accountability to our members.


In order to succeed, you must be skilled in project planning and report-writing.

You will have worked to challenging deadlines under your own initiative and will have outstanding skills in relationship building with high levels of tact and political sensitivity.

You must also possess excellent analytical skills with high attention to detail and be a strong communicator.

Importantly, you will be committed to the principles of equality and diversity.


If the prospect of working in a democratic, student focused environment has caught your imagination and you have a desire to support the Chief Executive on projects that will strengthen our charity - then this post could be the most exciting opportunity for you.


CLOSING DATE: Midday on Friday 21st October 2016
INTERVIEW DATE: Wednesday 26th October 2016


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.