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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
None at the moment
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Pro-rated to £9,274 (review pending)
Term-Time (35 Weeks per year)
28 hours per week (4 days)
2 Year Fixed Term Contract
The Students’ Association is looking to appoint a Representation Assistant within our busy, student-facing Engagement & Support Department on a term-time basis.
This role will seek to provide first point of contact and administrative support for students involved in democratic and representational activities within the Association, assisting Class Reps, Executive Officers and staff to plan, organise and deliver relevant events and activities throughout the academic year.
If you wish to apply for this post you can submit your CV to Al Wilson, Engagement & Support Manager on email@example.com along with a covering letter in support of your application, demonstrating your skills and experience relevant to the role.
Iif you have any questions regarding the role you can contact the line manager of the post, Carolyn McCole, Policy & Public Affairs Adviser on 0141 567 5063 or Carolyn.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday the 18th of August at 9am. Interviews will be held on Monday the 1st of September at The Union, 90 John Street, Glasgow.
Term-Time Position- Up to 26 weeks per year, evening and weekend hours
£15-20/hr Approximately 5hrs/Week (Negotiable dependent on experience)
The University of Strathclyde Sports Union is seeking to appoint an ambitious and qualified coach who is eager to develop their coaching for the men’s 1st XV for the 2014/15 season onwards.
We are pursuing an organised and well-motivated coach who is looking to progress their coaching in rugby to help develop the squad throughout the 2014/15 season. The successful applicant will be required to plan and develop well-organised sessions to suit the needs of the team, and individuals within the team. Excellent communication skills in delivering sessions are crucial to this role. On-pitch training sessions currently take place Monday evenings during term-time.
For more information on this role, or to apply for this position please email a CV and covering letter detailing your skills and experience to Ross Brand, Sports Performance Coordinator, on email@example.com.
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