Interim Activities Development Manager (6 month contract – 31st March 2017)

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Location
London (Central),
Salary
£29,568 - £38,016 Per annum
Posted
09 Sep 2016
Closes
03 Oct 2016
Sector
Education
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Contract

The Activities Interim Activities Development Manager is a key role at KCLSU in our Student life team. The role is responsible for ensuring that students at King’s enjoy the best possible university co-curricular experience by leading the development of the Activities Team, comprising of; Activities & Societies, Volunteering, Fundraising & Widening Participation - managing a staff team and providing support to involved students, staff and elected officers in the delivery of this key area of student life across the vibrant KCLSU community. They would also be required to have a good standard of general education, ideally to graduate level or equivalent. The suitable person should also hold experience of managing a diverse range of functions and Knowledge of Student Activities in providing a great student experience and have an understanding of relevant external bodies and organisations.

KCLSU is a fun, social and flexible work environment which offers multiple opportunities for development as well as great staff benefits such as weekly yoga and spin classes, free fruit and soft drinks, travel and computer loans and much more.

Application Process

If this is you, please apply via the link below:

https://www.kclsu.org/jobs/vacancy/110/

Applications close: 03rd October 2016, at 09:00

Assessment Type: Interview with Presentation

Interview Dates: Monday 10th October 2016

Please do not send CVs as these will not be considered.

At KCLSU Equality, Diversity and Inclusion are at the heart of everything we do and we endeavour to ensure equal treatment of all candidates. We welcome a diverse range of applicants and are open to discussing flexibility with the right candidate. Reasonable adjustments will be made for candidates with disabilities at all stages of the recruitment and selection process, and to ensure that a successful candidate with a disability can undertake the post.