Application deadline: Tue 20 Jun 2023
Your role will be to assist and support the LSE Student’ Union staff team and
Consent.Ed facilitators with administration and logistics during the intense periods of session delivery. To take a leading role in building a positive consent culture at LSE by facilitating discussions with students in Consent.Ed sessions. Your role is not to train students but to facilitate a conversation: to share some information, explore issues around consent, provide an opportunity to discuss how we can look out for one another and create an inclusive campus, and signpost students to the support available at LSE.
We will provide you with comprehensive training on issues around consent and how to facilitate sessions, with many opportunities to practice these workshop-leading skills. We recognise that this is sensitive content and that this role could be emotionally challenging; we are here to support you through this, and will provide check-in sessions and paid-time to decompress.
Role: Senior Consent.Ed Facilitator
Who are we looking for?
Are you a highly motivated individual with excellent interpersonal, listening and communication skills?
Do you have experience of delivery of consent.ed previously? If so, this is for you.
You are a natural facilitator, confident communicator and team player who is eager to support and grow student consent.ed facilitators to learn and willing to develop effective presentation, public speaking, and facilitation skills.
You must have an understanding and commitment to equality, diversity of inclusion, coupled with a strong passion and motivation for wanting to make a difference.
How we recruit?
As part of our recruitment strategy, our aim is to ensure our systems, policies and processes are free from bias or discrimination, are fair and accessible. Therefore, we ask that all candidates complete our application process in two stages:
Please note you must be an LSE student in the 2023/24 academic year to apply for this role.
We want to ensure all systems, policies and processes are free from bias or discrimination and are fair and accessible. To help us with this, please fill out our Equal Opportunities Form and upload it with your statement.
To apply for this role, please write a statement (500 words maximum) covering the following questions:
- Please outline why you should be considered for this role
- Please outline with examples your skills, knowledge, and capability
- Explain what difference you will make to supporting students understand the importance of consent.ed
- Why you are committed to the consent.ed programme
- How you will work in partnership with students and other key stakeholders to promote the importance of consent.ed
Part One: Supporting Statement is about you telling us about your suitability for the role and will be used to determine if you are shortlisted for interview (based on the person specification).
Please keep this one page maximum and do not include any personal information e.g., your name, date of birth. It is important you read the job description and person specification to help write this.
Part Two: (Equality Opportunities Monitoring and Contact Form) is personal information – so we can contact you if you are shortlisted for interview. If also helps us gather and analyse demographic information about our applicants. This part will only be seen by Human Resources and will not have any impact on shortlisting.
Want to apply?
To apply please click on this LINK.
For further information regarding the role, please see attached the full job description and person specification.
If you have any queries about this role that are not covered in the documentation available or wish to have an informal chat, please contact Laura Boland at L.D.Boland@lse.ac.uk