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Project Coordinator (Community and Transitions)

Employer: Imperial College London

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Jobs E-bulletin issue no: 907/080818 Date job posted: 07 August 2018

Are you excited about creating events and projects that bring students together? Are you an experienced project manager that improves high-impact experiences? Do you enjoy working with high-performing teams to support students through transitions?

The Project Coordinator (Community and Transitions) is responsible for the coordinating the delivery of Imperial College Union’s current and new student development programmes.

Collaborating with teams across the union (such as Activities, Education and Welfare, Systems, Marketing and Events), you will coordinate events, programmes and projects that aim to create a strong sense of belonging for students in the Imperial College community, enhance their University experience and aid in their transitions into and out of Imperial College.

As a tenacious and motivated self-starter the post holder will keep each project moving forward whilst ensuring that each programme is planned, documented and delivered and reviewed in a manner reflecting best practice and ensuring robust administrative processes are in place for each project. They will produce reports, documents, presentations, and updates on the progress of each project and utilise information from inside and outside Imperial College Union to identify trends to inform improving the service delivery of the team and wider Union.

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Location: London
Type: Contract   Fixed term (24 months)
Basis: Full Time
Salary Details: £28,190 to £31,000 per annum
Method of application: Online

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Closing Date: 12 August 2018

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