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To reward our staff, we have the following benefits:
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We're a fantastic place to work. Below are the current opportunities available. Career positions are ideal for graduates and those looking for career opportunities. 

Working for us is rewarding and full of benefits. Our values are empowering, courageous, dedicated, trusted and approachable. If you share our values, apply for one of our career roles. 

 

 

Student jobs

Student positions are perfect for students studying at the University of Greenwich who want to support their studies with flexible, part time work.

 

Curriculum Consultants x 2

Role Description: We are seeking two Curriculum Consultants to join the Representation & Advice Team. We are looking for individuals who would like to be instrumental in changing the status quo of University education. We invite you to share your point of view and shape the future of your University’s learning experience. Curriculum design is a key area where students could, and should, have a much greater impact, and this role is an invitation to take part in enhancing the curriculum for yourself and fellow students.

Project Description: You will be working on a project to tackle barriers that exist in higher education, and challenge where these barriers impact negatively on particular groups of students, especially BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) students. We believe that everyone should have the chance to benefit from higher education if they want to, and that all students should have equal opportunities to succeed and progress, regardless of their background.

This project aims to use new tools to address the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Attainment Gap, and we will train you to be a champion of these tools for staff and students at University of Greenwich. You will be trained to provide guidance in a range of University forums, facilitate focus groups, and give feedback in meetings. You will have support from the SU Representation & Advice Team and the BME HEFCE Project Group. This is an exciting opportunity for students with an interest in equality and education to gain skills on a national project pioneering new methods to promote inclusivity and become leaders at the University of Greenwich.

 

Salary: £10 per hour to be paid fortnightly.

Contract: Temporary, part-time contract. Flexible working.

Hours of work: Usually between 4 and 10 hours per week.

Hours will be negotiable between 9am and 7pm. Days and hours negotiable with your line manager 1 week in advance.

Location: Primarily based at Cooper Building, Greenwich. Some work at and Southwood Site, Avery Hill. Occasional work at Medway Campus.

NOTE: Full terms and conditions and job description to be finalised at contract stage.

 

HOW TO APPLY

How to apply: Applicants must submit a CV and cover letter along with their Equal Opportunities form to sureception@greenwich.ac.uk

Job Description

Equal Opportunities Form

 

APPLICATION CLOSING DETAILS:

Application deadline: Midday (12pm) Thursday 3rd May 2018

We will confirm successful candidate interviews by Friday 4th May 2018

Interviews held on: Tuesday 8th May 2018

If you wish to discuss the role further before you apply, please call Arushka Theagarajah on 0208 331 9184 or e-mail at a.theagarajah@gre.ac.uk