Vacancies at CCSU

Come and work with us at Christ Church Students' Union

Christ Church Students’ Union is a vibrant and exciting membership organisation on a journey towards expanding our services to better serve and represent all 16,000+ students at Canterbury Christ Church University.  Coming to university is a life-changing experience, and the Students’ Union is here to support members from application through to graduation and beyond.

We welcome the prospect of you joining our team! We currently have two vancancies in the CCSU Team:


Advice Casework Coordinator

22.5 hours per week | £24,461 – £26,715 per annum pro rata | Closes 10 June 2021 [application link]

The Advice Casework Coordinator has responsibility for advice casework at Christ Church Students’ Union, supporting students with queries related to their wellbeing and academic life, particularly those who encounter difficulty with their academic endeavours.

You will coordinate individual casework of an academic nature, offering impartial and confidential advice, representation, and assistance, ensuring there is relevant support for students in appropriately presenting their case and representing them to the University whenever necessary.

Student Voice Coordinator

22.5 hours per week | £21,814 – £23,754 per annum pro rata | Closes 10 June 2021 [application link]

The Student Voice Coordinator is responsible for developing and enhancing students’ experiences by promoting both the individual and the collective student voice at Canterbury Christ Church University.

You will support and empower volunteers and Union ambassadors in representational positions which provide the student voice, particularly student programme representatives within all University Schools, Union Council elected officers, and full-time sabbatical officers.  You will support student voice volunteers throughout their journey, from recruitment to election/selection all the way towards the end of mandate, with specific emphasis on key aspects of their development and empowerment, diversifying engagement in representative roles, ensuring a fair election process, a robust training programme, support and motivation throughout their mandate, and an empowering reward scheme.

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