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Student Angels Assistant

About the role

As the Student Angels Assistant, you will oversee the Student Angels project, a vital night-time street-safety initiative. You will coordinate teams of volunteers who head into Manchester’s city centre to assist both students and the public. Whether reuniting friends, implementing anti-spiking initiatives, providing support to those who have used drugs or alcohol or offering first aid, our volunteers are there to help.

In this role, you will be the main point of contact for student volunteers, guiding them through recruitment, training and coordination. Your administrative expertise will ensure the smooth operation of the project, while your creativity will help us expand our impact. You will work closely with colleagues and external partners, always striving for innovative ways to enhance community safety.

The Student Angels Assistant role embodies the values of the SU, placing students at the heart of what we do. We are committed to developing student skills, fostering a sense of community, and ensuring everyone feels they belong. By engaging with multiple perspectives, we not only plan more effectively but also cultivate an inclusive environment. If you’re ready to make a difference and support the safety of those enjoying Manchester’s nightlife, apply now to become our Student Angels Assistant.

Please read the full role profile before applying, as well as our guide to recruitment.

Eligibility 

Open to applicants with relevant skills and experience who are eligible
to work in the UK and a current student at UoM (your course must finish
no earlier than June 2025)

Details 

Wage: £12 per hour + holiday pay

Contract: Zero Hours, Fixed-Term until 31st July 2025

Hours: approximately 10 – 15 hours per week during term time

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Wellbeing Ambassador

About the role

As a Wellbeing Ambassador, you will play a pivotal role the SU’s wellbeing offer, supporting the wellbeing of our student community through peer-support projects including SU How’s You. This innovative project connects students with existing support, provides essential information, and empowers them to take positive steps to improve their wellbeing.

You will engage directly with students, both on campus and remotely, ensuring they receive timely and relevant support. You will develop and maintain positive relationships with staff across campus, ensuring a joined-up approach to student support.

The role will require you to develop a comprehensive understanding of support available for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Additionally, you will use data monitoring techniques to gather feedback and provide insights on the student experience driving continuous improvement.

This role is central to our commitment of putting students at the heart of everything we do. By providing essential peer support, you will help us create a welcoming and supportive environment, enhancing the overall student experience. Your innovative ideas and proactive approach will contribute to the ongoing development and success of the SU How’s You project, ensuring that we continuously improve and adapt to meet the evolving needs of the student community.

Eligibility

Open to applicants with relevant skills and experience who are eligible
to work in the UK and a current student at UoM (your course must finish
no earlier than June 2025)

Details 

Wage: £12 per hour + holiday pay

Contract: Zero Hours, Fixed-Term until 31st July 2025

Hours: approximately 7-12 hours per week

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Study Skills Presenter

Elevate Education is one of the world’s leading education companies, working with over 600 schools across the UK and hundreds of schools across the North West. Their Study Skills Presenters visit schools around Manchester to present 60-minute seminars, covering topics such as note taking, time management, motivation and exam preparation. The goal? Inspiring students and helping them achieve their personal best.

As a study skills presenter, you will:

  • Earn £40 – £70 per session
  • Have flexibility to work around your university schedule
  • Receive world class training to develop your public speaking skills
  • Make a difference to students to help them take on their GCSES & A-Levels with confidence

Successful Candidates will:

  • Have demonstrated strong academic performance at school
  • Love work with young people

Apply through the link today!

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Student Angels Assistant

CompanyManchester Students Union LocationManchester Student Union Salary£12 p/h + holiday pay ContractZero Hour, Fixed Term Until 31st July 2025 Closing date 18/06/2024

Wellbeing Ambassador

CompanyManchester Students Union LocationManchester Student Union Salary£12 p/h + holiday pay ContractZero Hour, Fixed Term Until 31st July 2025 Closing date 18/06/2024

Study Skills Presenter

CompanyElevate Education LocationManchester Salary£40 - £70 per session ContractCasual Closing date 14/06/2024