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Salary: £18,360, 25 days holiday + public holidays
Term: Fixed-term, 18 month contract
Full job advert
In January 2014 LSE and LSESU moved into the brand new purpose-built Saw Swee Hock Student Centre. As the first point of contact for all visitors in this new student centre, you will enjoy working with a range of people and represent the Union in a positive, professional and friendly manor.
The ideal candidate will be proactive, self-motivated and demonstrate a high degree of initiative and determination. An outstanding approach to customer service is essential, in addition to great communication skills, and a good knowledge of Microsoft Office.
If you wish to informally discuss the role, please get in touch with Natalie Bhantoa, Office Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 955 7158.
Closing date: Monday 13th October
Interviews: Wednesday 10th October
Head of Engagement & Communication
Job Description & Job Specification
This role is shared with Students' Union, University of the Arts
We’re doing some of the most interesting and exciting things in our sector. We’ve won awards for our innovative approach and we’re on the path to excellence. You can see for yourself how we've used our platforms to rebrand and reposition ourselves.
This role exists to ensure that we understand what our members think about us, delivering services to increase our reach and levels of engagement. It works across the organisation to ensure as many students as possible are participating in our democracy and campaigns, whilst our communications content and approach positions us to be considered a creative organisation by students at University of the Arts and championing a better LSE experience by students at LSE.
This role is likely to appeal to someone wanting to prove themselves at the next level; we’ll provide the support and training to a passionate and enthusiastic individual to make sure you can make the transition into this role. It is perfect for someone who wants a career in engagement, communications or stakeholder management within the voluntary or public sector.
You will manage a team of three middle managers, nine frontline staff, a freelance designer and up to ten student staff; you will have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to motivate a large team and the project management skills to ensure we take ideas through to implementation and evaluation. You will use your experience of working with students or under-involved groups to deliver projects and activities. You will have an understanding about the strategic importance of communications and know how it can be used to position an organisation as more legitimate.
If you wish to informally discuss the role, please get in touch with Dave Lewis, Director of Membership, on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: 11am, Monday 22nd September
Interviews: Thursday 25th September
Shop Sales/Stockroom Assistant (part-time student staff)
Salary: £8.80 per hour (London living wage)
The LSESU is looking for student staff to work in the shop/s on a part-time basis. The successful applicants will work with the retail team to deliver exceptional customer service across our two campus outlets, operate tills and replenish stock as and when needed. We are also looking for applicants to assist in the handling of large heavy deliveries, moving them between the two shops and to various stockroom locations.
The 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.