Student Hubs prides itself on having a growing, dynamic and passionate team of staff and students at the helm. We are committed to providing everyone who works with the organisation a positive learning experience, with plenty of space to develop personally and professionally.

 

 

Current opportunities

 

Bristol Hub Projects Officer (x 2)

Location: University of Bristol. Salary: £17,062.50 pro rata. Duration: 8 months (Late August – April) with the possibility of extension.

Bristol Hub supports students at University of Bristol to increase their impact on the world around them, both during their time at university and in their future careers.

As a Projects Officer you will be responsible for delivering key areas of Bristol Hub’s exciting and fast-growing volunteering provision. This will include recruiting, training and managing student volunteers, building productive relationships with community partners and key stakeholders, conducting monitoring and evaluation and continuously looking for ways to implement improvements and grow these areas.

This role is an excellent development opportunity for anyone looking to pursue a career in the social impact sector.

View the full role description and application instructions here.

 

Cambridge Hub Projects Officer

Location: Cambridge City Centre. Salary: £17,062.50 (Living Wage) pro rata. Duration: 8 months (late July – March) with the possibility of extension.

Cambridge Hub supports University of Cambridge students to increase their impact on the world around them. Cambridge provides a challenging and dynamic environment within which to develop student social action: you will be working in a leading University within the fastest growing city in Europe, which is also the most unequal city in the UK.

As Projects Officer, you will be responsible for project managing and delivering a range of activities. You will be working closely with student volunteers, University and community partners, and building new relationships to deliver high impact and high quality student-led activities. This is an amazing opportunity to meet outstanding people working in the local not-for-profit sector, develop vital skills, and create significant social impact in Cambridge.

View the full role description and application instructions here.

 

Kingston Hub Manager

Location: Kingston University, London. Salary: £20 – 24,000 per annum, depending on experience (+ London weighting). Contract: Full-time. Start date: July – August.

The Kingston Hub Manager leads the work of Student Hubs at Kingston University, supporting Kingston students to have a positive impact on communities across London.

Our work at Kingston University has a strong focus on social mobility, as our programmes form a key part of the University’s wide-ranging work promoting the success of students who are typically under-represented in Higher Education. Kingston Hub has expanded its reach and impact significantly over the past four years, and we’re now looking for someone to lead the Hub as we enter a new stage of growth, including leading on innovative work developing projects in partnership with courses across the university.

Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.

View the full role description and application instructions here.

Kingston Hub Projects Officer

Location: Kingston University, London. Salary: £19,890 (London Living Wage) pro rata. Duration: 8 months (late August-April) with the possibility of extension.

Kingston Hub supports Kingston University students to increase their impact on the world around them. Our work at Kingston University has a strong focus on social mobility, as our programmes form a key part of the University’s wide-ranging work promoting the success of students who are typically underrepresented in Higher Education.

The Projects Officer is responsible for delivering key areas of Kingston Hub’s exciting and fast-growing volunteering provision. You will be responsible for project managing and delivering a range of activities. This will include recruiting, training and managing student volunteers, building productive relationships with community partners and key stakeholders, conducting monitoring and evaluation and continuously looking for ways to implement improvements and grow these areas.

View the full role description and application instructions here.

 

Oxford Hub Projects Coordinator

Oxford Hub believes everyone has the power and potential to shape a better Oxford. Our vision
is of everyone taking action to make a positive difference at the heart of the community. Our
mission is to unlock the potential of people, places and ideas to create positive impact for
society. We work with over 500 volunteers per year in Oxford and it is an exciting time to join the
team as we expand and grow our work in the city.

Oxford Hub is looking for a new Projects Coordinator to join our team and support the delivery of
some of our key social action activities. The successful candidate will have the energy and
passion to grow the social action movement in Oxford, be a natural motivator and community
organiser. This is a superb chance to meet outstanding people, develop key skills and create significant social impact.

View the full job description and application details here.

 

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Benefits

 

We are an ambitious and fast-growing team that is transforming the Higher Education sector in the UK through student social action. Every day at Student Hubs is unique, filled with exciting challenges, innovative thinking and laughter.

Our amazing staff team is at the core of all this and we have a values-led culture that helps them thrive. Our benefit package reflects this:

The opportunity – for rapid growth and development. We’ll trust you early on with responsibility and ownership over your work.

Investing in your development – tailored training days, peer support networks, internal mentoring and regular opportunities to work on projects outside your role.

Flexible and remote working – you’re in control of when and how you work. We know our staff are happiest and do their best work when given this freedom.

Unlimited holiday allowance – so you can find a work/life balance that suits you. We strive to maintain a work culture that supports the wellbeing of our staff.

Team time – regular team days and annual staff holidays. We’re a social team who do fantastic work and have lots of fun along the way.

Annual salary increases

 


 

Equal Opportunities and Accessibility

 

Student Hubs does not discriminate in employment matters on the basis of race, colour, religion, gender, age, disability, or any other protected class. We support workplace diversity and believe it creates dynamic, relevant organisations, fostering spaces for innovation and creativity. We are working hard to increase diversity in our team and encourage you to be part of it.

We are committed to making our roles and culture inclusive. We can make reasonable adjustments throughout the application process and on the job. If you have particular accessibility needs, please get in touch and let us know any requirements you may have.

 


 

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