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The RSU employs around 40 members of staff, in both full-time positions and part-time student staff positions.

We often recruit part-time roles are for students to work for us to gain experience, skills and knowledge to help them support their studies.

We recruit people to work across a wide range of departments; Student Activities, Events, Student Voice and in our commercial outlets.

We also employ student placement staff who work full time within RSU for a fixed-term period whilst they are currently studying or when they have graduated.


Student Voice & Insights Coordinator

Grade: (RU04 point 12-17 including London Weighting) £23,796 - £26,733
Application Deadline: 12.00, Friday 24 July 2020
Role Overview
The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating the representative, democratic and insight functions of the RSU including the programme representation scheme, students’ union council and collection and analysis of feedback and data collection initiatives.

The role will work closely with elected and appointed student officers and associated groups to ensure that they are suitably equipped to present an accurate, up to date and influential representation of the student voice to key decision makers, primarily the University of Roehampton. The successful candidate will support the coordination of elections, the students’ union council, referendums and general meetings and work to ensure that attendance and participation is maintained and reflective of the diversity of our membership.

The role will also establish and implement an appropriate feedback frameworks that will enable RSU to assess and evidence the effectiveness of student-facing services, functions, campaigns and interventions and provide analysis and insight to inform decision making, reporting and communication with our members.

The successful candidate will carry out this role within the membership team and be accountable to senior management. It will provide essential capacity for the union to listen to its students and ensure it stands ready to represent their needs in an ever changing higher education environment.
How to Apply

Candidates wishing to be considered for the role are asked to submit a completed application form and Equality and Diversity Monitoring form by e-mail to by 12.00 on Friday 24 July 2020 with interviews taking place the following week. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

If you would like to have an informal discussion about these roles, please contact to arrange a call.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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