Leeds University Union
x 1 Campaigns Coordinator , x 1 Democracy Coordinator
Fixed term contract, 4 January to 30 April 2010
Leeds University Union’s vision for its campaigning and democratic activity is that “members can achieve change”.
We are looking for dynamic, highly motivated individuals with experience of working in a fast paced, democratic organisation. You must be able to work as part of a team and be able to lead, inspire and support members in creating change. You will help us to achieve our current vision and beyond by ensuring we meet the needs of the union’s 30,000 student members.
Your enthusiasm combined with the ability to motivate and communicate with students, members of staff and external bodies will be key to your success. This is an excellent opportunity to make a real impact in an innovative and dynamic not for profit organisation.
For further details and an application form see www.leedsuniversityunion.org.uk/aboutluu/jobsatluu, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0113 380 1207 (24 hrs.) Please note we do not accept CVs.
Deadline for applications: 5pm on 7th December 2009
Interview date: 21st December 2009
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