£8.25 per hour
Part time - 12 hours per week, term time only
Closing Date: 9am Thursday 25 July 2019
Job ref: 60/19
Multiple roles available
Leeds University Union is a charity that helps over 38,000 students love their time at Leeds. Located at the heart of campus, the Union is a space to meet people, make new friends and get involved.
If you are committed and highly motivated with an ability to work in a demanding and fast paced, democratic organisation, then this role could be the one for you.
You will work within the Help & Support team and be one of the first points of contact for many students, staff and colleagues. You will provide information and general help, as well as promoting our health and wellbeing activities within the foyer space at LUU. You will need to be confident and comfortable in approaching customers to offer help and support through our roaming service, as well as being desk-based.
The Help & Support team work together to ensure students love their time at Leeds, by providing the right help, advice and support so that we make life better for everybody. This is an interesting and challenging role, where you will learn a wide variety of skills and gain invaluable experience. If you have aspirations to work in management, the health or social care sector, the leisure and tourism industry, or if you’re just looking for a part-time job that makes a difference, this could be the perfect role for you.
In your application, please explain how you meet the person specification and what you can bring to the team here at LUU.
To apply, please visit our website using the link provided.
Please note that we do not accept CVs.
If you haven't heard from us within four weeks of the closing date then, unfortunately, you haven't been successful on this occasion.
Closing date: 9am Thursday 25 July 2019
Interviews: Thursday 8 August 2019
LUU is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its employees. We particularly welcome applications from male candidates, ethnic minority candidates and Mandarin speakers who are currently underrepresented in these roles at LUU.