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We're the Students' Union at the University of Greenwich.

Our job is to ensure all 20,000 Greenwich students thrive and succeed while at University.
We can't do it alone - it's all thanks to the hard work of our full-time staff and part-time student staff members. 

To reward our staff, we have the following benefits:
discounts at Students' Union outlets, flexible working, pension scheme and much more.

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Students' Union Careers

Explore career pathways and find a job through the SU Careers website and work somewhere professional, but different. Build your career with students' unions. There are more than 550 students' unions across the country, professionally run as separate organisations from the colleges and universities their students attend.

We know that different is good: the more diversity, the better the ideas, the greater the impact. Ensuring students are at the heart of everything we do is a big priority.

We offer challenging, fulfilling work with a commitment to personal development in highly flexible, supportive environments.

Career jobs


We're a fantastic place to work. Below are the current opportunities available. Career positions are ideal for graduates and those looking for career opportunities. 

Working for us is rewarding and full of benefits. Our values are empowering, courageous, dedicated, trusted and approachable. If you share our values, apply for one of our career roles.

Our CEO has agreed to the eight principles to address the diversity deficit in charity leadership, find out more here.


There are currently no available positions.


Student jobs

Student positions are perfect for students studying at the University of Greenwich who want to support their studies with flexible, part-time work.


Inclusivity Consultants

We are looking for a University of Greenwich student to assist the GSU's Representation Team. If you want to make a genuine impact working for a not-for-profit organisation, be instrumental in changing the status quo, share your point of view and shape the future of your University’s learning experience- then this role is for you!

Curriculum design is a key area where students could and should have a much greater impact. This role is an invitation to take part in enhancing the curriculum for yourself and fellow students.

We are looking for students who have some knowledge of the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Awarding/Attainment gap and strong communication skills. We are flexible and will always endeavour to ensure that your schedule works around your studies.

Hours of work: Usually 6 hours per week. Hours will be negotiable Monday-Friday only between 9am and 5pm.

Location: Primarily based at Dreadnought Building, Greenwich with the option to work from home.

Salary: £8.72 per hour plus £1.05 per hour holiday pay

TO APPLY: To submit your application, please send your cv, cover letter and equal opportunities form to by 23:59, 16th October 2020.


Application resources:

•           Job Description and Person Specification 

•           Equal opportunities form (click to open/download)


Closing Date: 16th October 2020

Interview Dates: TBC

Start Date: October 2020



Trustee Board

The Trustees of Greenwich Students' Union help to steer the organisation and volunteer their skills.

Student Trustee

Greenwich Students’ Union is looking for a current University of Greenwich student to sit on our Board of Trustees. This is a great opportunity for GSU members to feed into and positively impact students’ journey while at University.

You just need to be a member of the Students’ Union (i.e. a current student) with at least a year left to study at the University. You will be given an induction if you are given a Student Trustee role, and support from the Students’ Union team. 

Trustees will ideally have some of the following attributes: 

  • Strategic vision.
  • Good, independent judgement. 
  • The ability to think creatively and problem-solve. 
  • A diplomatic approach and a willingness to speak your mind. 
  • The ability to work effectively as a member of a team. 
  • Effective communications skills. 
  • A willingness to devote the necessary time and effort. 
  • A commitment to the organisation. 
  • An understanding of the role and the duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship. 


To apply please email CV to and answer the three questions in a word document: 


1. Tell us a little about yourself 

2. What do you know about the Students' Union 

3. How do you think you can help the Students' Union Trustee Board 

Deadline: Thursday 29th October 2020  

You can also contact our Chief Exec John Schless for a conversation by e-mailing or our President Bilal Ijaz

Download a full information pack about the role here.