Work for Us!


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.



Current Opportunities


Content Creator


Grade: RU04 (point 12) £23,796

Start Date: January 2020

Contract: Permanant

Hours: Full Time


Role Overview

The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering and supporting all of the creative communication needs of the RSU including both print and digital means including graphic design, filming and editing video and managing our social media platforms.

The role will give the successful candidate an opportunity to work across the RSU in providing creative content support to promote the services of the union throughout the year to provide drive further interest and keep a consistent and professional style.

The successful candidate will be highly organised and have strong office administration skills. They will be able to work in team, independently, and across multiple projects. They will have strong interpersonal skills and are able to speak confidently to students and staff. The successful candidate may already have an interest in graphic design, communications and PR and apply a professional approach that represents and sits in line with the RSU values.

The role is accountable to the Marketing & Communications Coordinator, with key contacts across the RSU, including its elected officers.


How to Apply

Candidates wishing to be considered for the role are asked to submit a copy of their C.V., a completed application form and an Equality and Diversity Monitoring form by e-mail to by 17.00 on Thursday 9th January 2020.

Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

If you would like to have an informal discussion about these roles, please contact or call Luke Beasley (Marketing and Communications Coordinator) on 0208 392 3149.


Vacancy Details & Role Description

Application Form

Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form


The Students’ Union would particularly welcome applications from Female, Disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as they are under-represented within our organisation.