We’re looking for a professional individual who has a passion for student experience, activities and events – all within a fast-paced environment.
About the job:
LSE Students’ Union has one of the largest and best offerings of student societies (including RAG and the media group) in London that shapes and impacts on almost every student’s experience of LSE. You will support the Societies Department in the administration, organisation, and reporting on of student activities and events. You will also be the first point of contact for Society, RAG and media group committees and their members, ensuring that they have the best possible student experience.
Who are we?
Part business, part charity, part membership body – students’ unions are all seriously fun places to work. They are organisations in their own right. Professionally run, but different. Professional teams support elected student leaders to make change, improve lives and fulfil potential; we help make it happen.
Founded in 1897, LSE Students' Union is one of the oldest Students' Unions in the UK and is the representative and campaigning body for students at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Like other Students' Unions, it also funds and facilitates student activities on campus, including 200+ societies, 40+ sports clubs through the Athletics Union (AU), the Media Group and Raising and Giving (RAG) charitable fundraising initiatives.
Who are we looking for?
We’re looking for a professional individual who has a passion for student experience, activities and events – all within a fast-paced environment. It is important that you have good digital and verbal communication skills, and the ability to provide excellent customer service, to ensure that our Society committee members receive the best possible experience from our support.
You must have a keen eye for detail and an organised approach to your work, as you’ll be handling sensitive data/information, and have competing priorities at any one time.
This role is also perfect for anyone who’d like to develop their knowledge of student activities whilst studying at LSE, and if you’re already a committee member for a Society, the experience you build here will help you in that role, too, so please do consider applying!
Because you’re excited by the challenge! The exact opposite of corporate, we’re progressive, daring and creative individuals working to make a difference in unconventional workplaces. Plus…
Benefits and Perks
- Flexible working whilst you study
- London Living Wage
- Development opportunities (including training)
- LinkedIn Profile Engagement
How to apply?
Please follow this link to apply. We want to ensure all systems, policies and processes are free from bias or discrimination and are fair and accessible. To apply for this role, please upload the following documents:
(A) Our Equal Opportunities form. This will only be seen by our HR team (and will therefore have no impact on shortlisting), but it does help us gather and analyse demographic information about our applicants and so that we’re able to contact you if shortlisted for an interview.
(B) A statement (500 words maximum) to tell us about your suitability for the role. Please use the attached job description to help write this. Please ensure your personal statement does not include any personal information (e.g your name, date of birth) and keep it to one page of A4.
If you would like to have an informal chat about this role, please contact: Warren Bingham-Roberts (Societies Manager) – email@example.com
Interviews will be held for shortlisted candidates early-mid June. If you are aware that you unable to make these dates, please indicate this in your application.
Compulsory Requirement - The UK Government sets the legal regulations that we are required to follow. As an employer we have to ensure that everyone is eligible to work in the UK and this is done by us checking and making a copy of the correct original identification/documentation before your first day of work. Currently we require you to have the right to work in the UK, as we are not a Home Office approved sponsor.