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Inclusive Communities Officer

University of Bristol - Residential Life Central

Location: Bristol
Salary: £32,982 to £37,099 per annum, Grade: H
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 10th June 2024
Closes: 30th June 2024
Job Ref: SUPP111293

The role

We have a brilliant opportunity for a creative events coordinator passionate about community management to join a newly formed team delivering exceptional inclusive community building events, throughout the academic year, for our students.

The role holder will, using a variety of community building strategies, design, plan, and deliver multiple event series for our students living in the three residential villages. You will manage a team providing pastoral care to students living in university residences and will work with and support the Junior Common Room committees in their delivery of student led events, and community building initiatives.   

What will you be doing?

  • Design, plan and deliver event series for our students in halls of residences. The aims of our events are to provide conditions where students can interact with one another and have opportunities to build connections.
  • Clearly communicate with the team about the event, ensuring that all stakeholders know their role in ensuring the event’s success.
  • Adapt and alter events based on feedback received from students and chief and senior residents to improve the experience of our students.
  • Line manage chief and senior residents to ensure they feel supported and are completing the tasks assigned to them.
  • Create event series for specific groups of marginalised students, such as students of colour, LGBTQ+ students. Working in collaboration with teams across the University in planning and delivery.
  • Provide support to Junior Common Room committees and post-graduate social committees. Ensure there are adequate risk assessments in place for their events and communicate with other teams across the University to ensure their events are successful.
  • Encourage Junior Common Room committees and post-graduate social committees to plan inclusive events and have oversight of the money they’re spending.

You should apply if

You have experience working, planning and delivering events for students from a diverse range of backgrounds. You have a solid understanding of how to plan an event and risk assessment protocol. You have experience building positive relationships with multiple stakeholders.

You are a self-starter and proactively look for ways in which to improve events we deliver to our students to improve their experience. You are flexible and adaptable in your approach to event design and delivery. During event delivery, you can think quickly and solve problems independently, often without input from colleagues.

You will work a shifting weekly work pattern of 9.00 – 17.00 and 14.00 - 22.00 to meet the demands of the service we provide to the students. You will work two 12-hour shifts over the weekend, one in every 6 weekends, and receive three days off work; two days before and one day after your working weekend. Every Wednesday, all Officers will work 9.00 – 17.00 and no events will take place.

Additional information

School/Unit: Residential Life Service

For informal queries, please contact Laura Baglow, Senior Manager, laura.baglow@bristol.ac.uk

This advert will close at 23:59 UK time on 30/06/2024.

Interviews are anticipated to take place on week commencing 15th July

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