Work For Us

Please download the following forms to apply for positions at the Students' Union. Both forms must be completed and attached when applying. CVs are not accepted. Please send completed forms to: su.jobs@lse.ac.uk

 

Application Forms and Equal Opportunities Monitoring

Application form for permanent or fixed-term roles

Application form for students applying for Student Staff roles

 

Equal opportunities and contact form

You must submit the relevant application form and an equal opportunities monitoring form. We separate the two forms at the shortlisting stage so that the panel is unaware of any demographic or contact information about you. This is one of the many things we do to ensure our recruitment is free from bias, and our team is diverse.

 

 

Full-time Roles

 

Policy & Advocacy Manager

Location: Based in Holborn with some travel to other sites across London

Salary: £33,500

Contract: Permanent

Hours: 37 hours per week

Annual leave: 25 days holiday, plus Union closure days and public holidays

This role is jointly employed by LSE Students' Union and Students' Union, University of the Arts London

 

Job Pack. Includes job description, job specification and information about the role

Job Advert

 

Our members are some of the most ambitious and capable students at any university and their expectations are high. We’re independent from the university and it’s our role to influence, shape and change the institution in the vision of our members.

 

We are seeking an enthusiastic individual who is passionate about policy and lobbying. You will be leading a team of four staff with responsibility for over 1000 student volunteer representatives. You will work with your team to systematically analyse evidence and trends, producing influencing strategies that create significant change. You will also support elected officers to have the highest political impact within the university.

 

With over 20,000 students at UAL and 10,000 students at LSE, dwarfed by an organisation fatter and wealthier than us – we need to nurture relationships at all levels within the university systematically placing the views of students into committees, discussion papers and in front of decision makers.

 

Closing date: 10am, Wednesday 5th August

Interview date: Monday 10th August

 

HR Manager

 

Location: Central London

Salary: £28,500

Contract: Permanent

Hours: 37 hours per week

Annual leave: 25 days holiday, plus Union closure days and public holidays

This role is jointly employed by LSE Students' Union and Students' Union, University of the Arts London

 

Job Advert

Job Description

Job Specification

 

Having experienced significant growth over the past few years we are recruiting an HR Manager to support the organisation, ensuring consistency and excellence in HR. We are passionate about staff development and looking for an individual with the ability to support staff, and teams across the organisation to develop.

 

As part of our management team, you will ensure staff have the right skills and experience to thrive in their roles throughout their time with us. You will ensure HR policies and procedures are current, streamlined and delivered consistently across the organisation. You will be knowledgeable on current HR legislation and best practice, particularly relating to the charity sector.

 

The HR Manager is responsible for all organisational HR management including learning and development, staff recruitment, retention, satisfaction and performance management to meet SUARTS and LSESU’s strategic aims and objectives.

 

If you wish to informally discuss the role, please get in touch with Denise Heard, Head of Development, to arrange a chat: d.heard@su.arts.ac.uk

 

Closing date: 12 noon, Tuesday 4th August

Interview date: Wednesday 12th August

 

 

 

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Equal Opportunities and Diversity Statement

LSE Students' Union is committed to equal opportunity in employment and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

 

The Union aims to pursue equal opportunities by taking positive action within the law to facilitate participation of groups discriminated against by society. Therefore, the Equal Opportunities Code of Practice of the Union includes employment in that the only consideration in recruitment, training, appraisal, promotion and general treatment of employees must be how the genuine requirements of the post are met, or are likely to be met, by the person under consideration. The Union must ensure that once these requirements are met no regard should be taken of gender, trans status, appearance, ethnicity, nationality, regional or racial origin, age, class, disability, religious or political beliefs, sexual orientation, family circumstances, health, including HIV status, or trade union membership.