The Students’ Union at Bournemouth University (SUBU) is a successful democratic membership organisation working to improve the student experience for all students at Bournemouth University (BU). SUBU has a vision to have a positive impact on every Bournemouth University student's journey. As a registered charity led by our values and guided by our students, we do this by providing wide-ranging services and support to the 18,000 students at BU. SUBU's main offices are based on the Talbot Campus. SUBU has a £3m per-annum turnover and employs approximately 150 full and part-time staff.
SUBU has a commitment to being an inclusive and diverse organisation and we welcome applications from:
· People of Black and Asian minority ethnicity
· Disabled people
· Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender plus people
SUBU Insight Analyst (part time)
Salary: £16,983 pro rata
Hours: Average of 20 hours per week over 36 weeks of the year
Closing date: 5pm, Monday 6th November 2017
Please quote reference: SUBU Insight Analyst
Based at the Talbot Campus
We are seeking an organised individual with excellent attention to detail to provide data analysis and support to SUBU's Insight and Policy team. The Insight and Policy team works with feedback data from BU students and also broader research into higher education and the policies relating to it. The team does this in order to support improving the student experience at BU and to help SUBU develop its policies. The successful candidate will be a team player who can demonstrate excellent accuracy in their work and experience of working in a busy office environment. The ideal candidate will have experience of data analysis and be confident in using Microsoft Office, in particular Excel, and Outlook.
If you would like to talk about the post, please feel free to do so - you can call Jane de Vekey, SUBU Head of Insight and Policy, on 01202 965097, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBU Advice Crew - Volunteer
You will work as part of the Advice Crew team, but also complete activities independently. You will develop confidence in communicating with others and will be required to show initiative. This role will provide you with experience of working within a legal environment.
This role is suited to any student wishing to support and educate other students, and who wish to enhance their own professional competencies. Specifically, students who study Marketing, Law, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology and Events Management may find this role of particular interest.
This role would best suit those who:
- Have a lived experience that could be shared with the aim to help and support other students, e.g. poor housing, academic issue/s, money worries.
- Enjoy team working
- Would like to improve their communication skills
- Would like to meet likeminded students outside of their accommodation and course
- Would like experience of working within an Advice Service
We welcome students from any faculty and level of study, and offer a flexible approach as we understand your studies come first.
Further details, including the job description and personal specification can be found here.