Jobs

We are Recruiting!

Co-opted Trustees

We are currently looking to appoint a co-opted trustee to take the role of our Honorary Treasurer. We are especially keen to receive applications from professionals who have experience in the financial or legal sectors, or who have a strong business background.

Co-opted Trustees are professionals appointed for their skills and experience and can serve up to two four-year terms. This is a voluntary role however reasonable expenses may be paid.

Our Honorary Treasurer advises the Chair of the Board of Trustees on financial matters and Chairs our Resources & Audit Committee.

You can find the recruitment pack here.

To apply you should complete the application form and send this with a copy of your CV to guildhr@liverpool.ac.uk

 

Job Title: Environmental Co-ordinator

Responsible to: Student Activities Manager/Green Guild Project Manager

Salary: £20,465

Deadline for applications: Tuesday 26th June 2018

Interviews: Wednesday 4th July 2018

The guild is looking to recruit an Environmental Coordinator to join our membership services team. This position is a crucial member of the Green Guild team, which aims to promote sustainability across our students in the Guild, University and the wider community. The team, which forms part of the Guild’s Student Activities team, was established in 2013, initially through the NUS Students’ Green Fund and has been very successful in achieving its aims as recognised through a number of national awards. These include Green Impact Gold (since 2010), Green Impact Excellence (2015), Liverpool Echo Waste Reduction Award (2015), Green Gown Finalist (2014) for our work with local schools and highly commended for the Green Guild project at Green Gown (2015).
Success has been achieved through a wide range of projects and activities some of which you will have the opportunity to lead on. These include campaigns (including Student Switch Off which is an energy/water saving and recycling behaviour change programme in Halls), the Green Guild Flag programme for societies and the Give it a Go green programme.

We are especially interested in candidates from under-represented groups, and those who have experience working with diverse populations. We encourage applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, who are currently under-represented within the Guild. A full detailed job description and person specification can be found within the job pack below. If you think you have the skills required, please complete the application form along with an equal opportunities form and email to guildhr@liverpool.ac.uk please use Environmental Coordinator Application in your subject heading.
 

Environmental Coordinator Job Pack

Application Form- Word Version

Application Form- PDF 

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form