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Published: 12 April 2021

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The University of Sunderland Students’ Union is looking for a passionate, enthusiastic student to become our next London School Coordinator.

Open to anyone studying a Nursing and Healthcare course, the successful candidate will represent student views to the wider University.

You’ll work closely with course reps, the Students’ Union (SU) and Elected Officers (especially the President) to help shape the direction of the institution and our community.

Representing your fellow students is an important and rewarding thing to get involved in during your time studying with us.

Plus, as a University of Sunderland in London student, you’ll have a unique viewpoint that will be a major benefit to the wider community.

The position is part of the Student Representation Steering Group which is a partnership between the Students’ Union and the University of Sunderland, chaired by the SU’s President.

What to expect

This is a voluntary role, but the successful candidate will get a £600 allowance if they meet the criteria for the position.

You’ll need to work 3.7 hours per week flexibly over the May to October 2021 academic year.

Who can apply?

You need to be a current student at the University of Sunderland in London and on a Nursing and Healthcare course.

How to apply

To apply, download an application form and return it by Thursday 22nd April 2021.

Interviews will take place from Monday 3rd May 2021.

Please note: The Students’ Union won’t be accepting CVs or cover letter for this role.

Visit the University of Sunderland Students’ Union website to find out more about the role. Find out more by following #WeAreSunLon on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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