Zero Tolerance Project Coordinator Fixed-term : 12 months
The number one Students’ Union is looking to recruit a passionate and results-driven individual to develop and deliver our zero tolerance’ work - that is our work to tackle sexual misconduct, racism, and harassment on campus, and beyond.
As part of the organisation’s strategic focus on this area, you will lead on designing training and educational materials for students and staff, as well as coordinating wider behaviour change campaigns.
You’ll also work closely with a number of stakeholders to develop and shape policies and processes based on best practice.
An excellent communicator with the ability to build strong networks, you’ll be confident working with a variety of people.
With experience in delivering successful campaigns or initiatives, you’ll enjoy putting ideas and plans into action, and driving real change and impact.
The role offers an exciting opportunity to lead and develop an important area of work with scope to engage with an array of expertise, and passionate students and staff.
With lots of opportunities for personal development and a great selection of benefits, the role provides the chance to work within a supportive, dynamic and ambitious organisation.
Working at the Students’ Union
We exist to represent, support and enhance the lives of our members. We’ve done so since 1906. We are an independent charity and work closely with the University to achieve a world-class student experience.
We have a fantastic modern building featuring cafes, two shops, four bars, an advice centre, and an activities and sports zone, where students can join over 400 sports clubs and societies.
There’s something different happening in the Students’ Union every day : from club nights and film screenings, to live music, theatrical performances and fascinating talks.
We offer a relaxed space for students to take time out. We also have a nursery and offer childcare. We’ve been rated the best Students’ Union in the UK by the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey for ten years running!
Creating a more diverse team
Sheffield Students’ Union is committed to creating a fairer, more equal, more inclusive, more diverse and liberated workforce.
Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff members are currently under-represented at Sheffield Students' Union
What we are currently doing to create an inclusive workplace -
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You will work in an exciting and progressive environment and enjoy great staff benefits :