Here at RSU we employ around 45 members of staff, in both full-time positions and part-time student staff positions. Part time roles are for students to work earn money and gain experience alongside 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 period, either taking a year out from their studies (or once they have graduated) or whilst they are currently studying.

Current Vacancies:

Income Generation and Events Manager

£31,433 – £36,801 (Including London Weighting)

Role purpose:

The role will be expected to reach income generation targets in relation to the Students’ Union central budget including advertising agreements and partnerships. The role will develop all aspects of events across campus through progressive partnership working with relevant departments and the University.  This will include the co-ordination of weekly events, annual events and supporting events being co-ordinated by colleagues or other departments. We pride our events on being safe, welcoming and diverse allowing our students the opportunity to embrace and enjoy this aspect of student life at Roehampton.

RSU requires an Income Generation and Events Manager to manage and develop all major income generation and events for the organisation. The role will work closely with the RSU and University stakeholders (such as Health and Safety and Security) to coordinate and promote events and income generation activities from initial brief to delivery.

Send completed application pack to RSU@roehampton.ac.uk

Application Deadline - Monday 29th April, midday

Job Description     

Application Pack  

If you need any further information or if you are struggling to download an application pack please contact rsu@roehampton.ac.uk 

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 and at this level.