Being a GGSN Assistant mean working with the GGSN to help deliver our goals for the year. You get to be part of the team working on a part-time, hourly-paid basis and helping to run and shape the network for the year.
If you’re interested in the role, you can find information on GET Online or read it below and apply by emailing email@example.com directly for an application form.
Applications close at 18.00 on 7th October.
The EDU is looking for up to 10 keen and enthusiastic students to work with the Greenwich Graduate Student Network (GGSN) on a range of activities which are aimed at engaging students with the idea of Greenwich Graduate Attributes, and helping them to develop these attributes.
Responsibilities may include tasks such as : social networking activities; planning and helping to run face to face events and activities; administrative tasks; working on publicity, promotion and communications, including recruitment of students to the GGSN and to particular events or activities; working with and possibly helping to lead GGSN members (volunteers) in various activities; conducting surveys; writing blog posts. Responsibilities will vary and will be negotiable, depending on various activities and allocation within the team.
The role demands a high level of interaction with students and staff, working as part of the GGSN team, and with small and larger groups.
Key relationships will be with the other GGSN Assistants as team members, and with the GGSN Scholars who will co-ordinate and lead the team; with Sally Alsford and Duncan McKenna (EDU) to whom you will report; with GGSN members. The role may also involve liaising with academic (and other) staff, student reps. and Students’ Union officers.
You will need to show initiative and enthusiasm and be good at working as part of a team. Very good communication skills are essential, also being hard working, friendly and outgoing and you need to be good at organising your time. This role will also help develop your own Greenwich Graduate attributes. It may be necessary sometimes for you to travel between the Avery Hill, Greenwich and Medway campuses for meetings and events though we work with your availability.
Very good communication skills, written and spoken
Good interpersonal skills
Ability to work as part of a team
Ability to work independently
Very good organisational skills
Good IT skills
Experience of event management / promotion
Experience of working in student networks
The GGSN is a student-led network of students and staff from around the university, which encourages students to build the attributes and behaviours we expect our graduates to develop whilst they are studying at the university, and investigates their experience of how to develop these (the Greenwich Graduate Attributes – Crtl+click the link for more info). Further information can be found on the blog here: http://blogs.gre.ac.uk/ggsn/
The GGSN is run out of the University of Greenwich Educational Development Unit. The Educational Development Unit (EDU) is a central unit of the University, which works with academics and other University staff, and with students, to promote and encourage innovation and excellence in learning, teaching and assessment.
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Please email email@example.com directly for an application form.
Please title the email “GGSN Assistant Application – [FULL NAME] – [STUDENT NUMBER]”.
If your application is successful at the first stage, you will be invited to interview which will be the final stage of the application process. Interviews will take place in October and you will be informed of the interview schedule if you are successful at the application stage.