Jobs

Before applying for jobs, we recommend you read our advice on applying for jobs at the Union and elsewhere.
 

Who we are

USSU is the representative body for all students at the University of Salford. We work in partnership with the University and other stakeholders to ensure that all students love their life at Salford.  

However, we are more than that. We are different. We’re led by five Student Officers who are elected from our membership each year. The students’ union is professionally run but we support these five students to create the change they want to see at their University. We support over 500 student course representatives and provide professional advice to around 2000 students each year. The students’ union also encompasses championship winning sports teams, over 70 student societies, events drawing thousands of students, campaigns, a wellbeing app as well as a café, a bar, and a nightclub.   

Why apply?

In return for your passion and experience we offer a competitive salary for the non-profit sector and excellent holidays and benefits.

In our recent Employee Engagement Survey 81% of staff said they would “wholeheartedly recommend the organisation as a place to work”.
 

Full Time Vacancies

 

Student Voice Coordinator

Grade 4: £20,836
35 hours per week


We are currently looking to fill the role of Student Voice Coordinator to join our expanding student voice team at USSU. The purpose of the post will be to support the election, training and success of Course Reps in participating in the quality assurance and enhancement process in the University, as well as enabling Course Reps to make a positive impact on the lives of their fellow students.  The successful candidate should have enthusiasm and drive, be well organised and a team player.

If this post sounds like the kind of challenge for you, application packs and further details are available below. 

For an informal conversation about the post, please telephone the Head of Student Voice, Lauren Beckett on 0161 351 5400 or email L.Beckett1@Salford.ac.uk.

Please find details of the role and person specification within the job pack.

Applications must be submitted using our online application form. Please note we do not accept CV applications.


1) Download Job Pack

2) Complete Expression of Interest Form


Applications Close: 28th October 2018

Interviews Commence: 6th & 7th November 2018

 

Student Opportunities Coordinator (Volunteering)


Grade 4: £20,836 (1 Year Fixed Term)
35 hours per week

We are currently looking to fill the role of Student Opportunities Coordinator (Volunteering). This is a one year fixed term position that will be responsible for the support and development of volunteering across the Students’ Union and wider community. The role will provide support for student volunteers including training, event support and will be responsible for Union led reward and recognition initiatives. The successful candidate should have enthusiasm and drive, be well organised and a team player.

If this post sounds like the kind of challenge for you, application packs and further details are available below. 
For an informal conversation about the post, please telephone the Head of Opportunities & Wellbeing, Andy Hargreaves on 0161 351 5400 or email A.Hargreaves@Salford.ac.uk.

Please find the details of the role and person specification within the job pack.
Applications must be submitted using our online application form. Please note we do not accept CV applications. 


1) Download Job Pack

2) Complete Expression of Interest Form


Applications Close: 28th October 2018

Interviews Commence: 6th & 7th November 2018

 

 

Part Time Vacancies


 

Student Chef

 

The University of Salford Students Union are recruiting for an amazing individual to join the team at Atmosphere for the new academic year.      

We represent and provide services for a diverse body of over 18,000 students.
 

We are currently looking to recruit for the roll of Student chef. We want to recruit an outstanding person with the following invaluable qualities:

  • Team work
  • Customer Service
  • An eye for detail
  • A willingness to learn and try new things
  • Hard working, never stopping
  • An experience in working in catering sites
  • Be cool and calm under pressure
  • Have the ambition to grow their current skill set
  • Be able to work on their own initiative when needed
  • Hold a food safety certificate
     

Not only can we guarantee you a great experience but we’ll even pay you for it!

If this post sounds like the kind of challenge for you, please apply via the links below, where you can also download an offline form and email to s.wood@salford.ac.uk


1) Download Job Pack

2) Complete Expression of Interest Form

Applications Close: 14th October 2018

Interviews Commence: 15th October 2018