Strathclyde Students’ Union
Strathclyde Students’ Union

Charity registered in Scotland SC005914

The University of Strathclyde aspires to become a world leading international technology institution with over £400m currently being invested into its physical and technological infrastructure. This ambition is shared by the University of Strathclyde Students’ Association (USSA), which provides services to the University’s 22,000 students. With income of around £2.5m and 30 career staff who are complemented by student staff, interns and volunteers, USSA’s services include advice and welfare, academic support, clubs, societies, sports, volunteering and a range of commercial outlets within the Union building.

 


Current vacancies

Adviser (Welfare)

  • Part time
  • £27,830 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th July 2019

Strath Union are looking for an adviser to provide a professional, confidential and accurate wellbeing-related advice and support service, particularly around housing, finance and benefits advice and advocacy, to University of Strathclyde students, developing the quality & impact of advocacy and advice for our members.

For full details please see the attached job description or click on the link below to apply

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Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £22,659
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 31st May 2019

Strath Union are looking for a Project Manager to run our Townhead Area Foodsharing Project for a fixed term until 31.3.2021.

The Townhead Area Foodsharing Project will facilitate student volunteers to collect end of the day food waste from local retailers in the area and share it for free. The Project Manager will facilitate Climate Literacy training, climate change discussions, food waste cooking workshops and dinners. Activities should increase awareness of climate change and lead to a reduction in CO2e emissions in the area. The project should lead to more sustainable behaviours in the community.

The Project Manager will work with students and residents of the Townhead area to coordinate all areas of the project as well as reporting, monitoring and measuring. The primary location of the community fridge is within Strathclyde Students’ Union and the Project Manager will also coordinate the expansion of community fridges to neighbouring institutions and communities.

A full Job Description is available for download below.

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