The Students’ Union is a not for profit membership organisation which was formed in 1984 as a semi-autonomous part of Ulster University which currently has a student population of 26,000 full and part time students. The Students’ Union provides a range of services for its members including academic representation, commercial operations and financial and welfare advice. It receives a block grant from the University of over one million pounds, and generates other income from its commercial outlets such as shops, bars and catering. The Union’s seven elected student officers are supported by 50 staff across its Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee campuses. The Students’ Union recently submitted its charity registration to the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland and will find out in the next few months if our application has been successful.
Applications are particularly welcome from women, members of ethnic minorities and people with disabilities as these groups are currently underrepresented on Students’ Union Trustee Board.
Further information can be found at uusu.org/downloads/job-opportunities
Closing date for expressions of interest is Friday 7th April at 12.00 noon