Student Advisor

University of Salford Students' Union

Be part of a Students’ Union that is going places!

This is an exciting time for USSU, we have big plans to become the outstanding Students’ Union in the UK, come and join us to put this charity on the map.

Becoming an employee of the University of Salford Students’ Union is all about trying new things, having pride and passion in the work we do, and delivering it with integrity.

This role is instrumental to our work in supporting and representing students at the University of Salford. The Advice Centre is a busy, professional service that delivers independent, confidential and non-directive advice to our student members.

We are seeking an enthusiastic, empathetic and solution-focused individual to fill this full time post (flexible working will be considered).

The role needs someone who is focused on empowering individual students through traditional casework, but is also adept at identifying and influencing stakeholders to improve experiences for the wider student population. The Advice Centre deals primarily with academic related casework, but we are seeking an individual with expertise in at least one of the following areas: student finance/ funding; mental health and wellbeing; welfare rights and benefits; housing.

We aim to give you flexibility in an enjoyable working environment; we want a friendly approach and commitment in return. We want the right person to deliver the very best for our students.

If this sounds like the challenge for you, please download the recruitment pack at and send us an application.

Deadline for applications is close of business on Monday 28th August 2017.

Please note that due to UKVI regulations, we are unable to sponsor Tier 2 visa holders.

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