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Brighton Students’ Union vacancy – Sustainability Initiatives Co-ordinator
22.5 hours per week
12 months fixed term contract
Salary of £22,000 p.a. pro rata
Over the last 18 months, Brighton Students’ Union has worked across the university and wider community delivering a range of sustainability engagement projects including our award winning Bike Coop, Food Coop, Green Investigators and other initiatives geared to engage students and develop sustainable attitudes, behaviours and habits that will last a lifetime.
Brighton Students’ Union now seeks to build upon this work, ensuring sustainability is threaded through its long-term strategic plan with the aim of embedding a culture that values long-term sustainable student initiatives. The post holder will help create a collaborative space for student-led initiatives; supporting projects, organising and facilitating training and events and fostering connections between students & student groups, alumni, university staff, and local and national community organisations interested in advancing environmental, economic and social sustainability enterprises.
You will be responsible for facilitating and delivering all aspects of the projects across university campuses and other organisations each academic year, including planning, communications, running events, driving social media, and reporting. You will work with the Student Enterprise Development Manager to manage our relationship with various internal and external stakeholders raising the profile of our work across the sector.
For more information about this role please visit our website http://www.brightonsu.com/jobs/
To apply, please complete an application form and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org before the closing date midday Monday 23 November 2015.
Interviews: w/c 30 November 2015.
Brighton SU is committed to equality of opportunity in employment and welcomes applications from all members of the community as defined in the Equality Act 2010.