Who we are

Oxford SU is a charity that exists to represent the 24,000 students studying at the University of Oxford. As a student-led democratic membership organisation, an SU is unlike any other charity. It’s the issues that matter to students that drive us. Here, they can feel assured that their views count, their voice is strong, and together we’ll work to make student life even better.

About the role

This role, supported by the Member Services team, will coordinate & deliver a sector-leading induction & training programme for representatives making change at Course and Divisional level at the University of Oxford. The post holder will support these students to collect and collate student feedback to inform educational policies at course, divisional and university level, and work alongside Sabbatical Officers enabling them to amplify the student voice in university forums and committees. The post-holder will lead the Students’ Unions (SU) response to the development of university, national and local policy on academic & access areas.  

About you

We are looking for a motivated self-starter who is passionate about higher education policy and supporting students to make a difference. The successful applicant will be confident in designing and delivering training and able to manage a busy and variable workload. 


Oxford SU Grade C1, £24,871

Working Hours

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week

Contract type


How to Apply

Please send your CV, cover letter and Equal Opportunities monitoring form to jobs@oxfordsu.ox.ac.uk by 12 noon on Monday the 21st August 2023. Your cover letter should outline your skills and experience and why you believe you are a good fit for the role. Interviews are currently scheduled to take place in the week commencing the 28th of August. 

Job Description

Equal Opportunities 


Our commitment to diversity

The SU sector needs a wide range of skills and experiences, and we’re committed to ensuring our workforce reflects the diversity of the world and community we’re based in. We positively encourage applications from all individuals irrespective of their gender, age, home country, ethnic background, sexuality, religious beliefs or disability.