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The University of Strathclyde Students' Association caters for a diverse student membership of approximately 16000 full-time and 8000 part-time students from over 100 countries, based at the heart of the City Centre in Glasgow.
We offer a range of opportunities and services for our members, but our main function is to provide Students at Strathclyde with representation.
- For more information about our aims and objectives, see our Constitution
- For more information about our strategic direction, see the Past Performance and Future Planning section of this site
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The University of Strathclyde Sports Union is introducing a new coaching and performance strategy to help take our Clubs to the next level. In it's first year (2013/14), we are currently recruiting for Men's & Womens' Football coaches.
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If you have any queries about any of the coaching roles, please get in touch with Colin Evans, Sports Union President, on email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday the 31st of May and interviews will take place during w/c 13th June 2013.
The University of Strathclyde Students' Association is recruiting for a number of part time (as and when required) Bar Staff positions for venues within the Union for the academic year 13/14.
With flexible hours and ideally suited to students, this role is customer facing and you should project a positive, professional image to our members. You must be prepared to work late nights as the venue regularly closes at 3am.
Experience is not essential as full training will be provided.
£7.02ph plus holiday pay entitlement of £0.84.
Please email your CV to Phil Reavey, Food & Beverage Co-ordinator, closing date for applications is Wednesday 10th July.
If you are interested in applying you must be available to attend training between 26th and 30th August 2013.
For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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