Job role: Advice Centre Manager
Advice Area: Managerial – Student Unions
Organisation: University of Lincoln Students’ Union
Job type: Permanent
Working hours: Full time
Location: East Midlands
Salary: Grade 6, £28,332 per annum
Closing date: 05-02-2020
The Students’ Union is an independent body that supports students in both academic and non-academic experiences; whilst working closely with the University and local community. Student leaders are elected by students, and supported by the staff’s expertise delivering services and represent student needs.

The University of Lincoln Students’ Union Advice Centre provides free, confidential and impartial advice and information on a wide range of issues, including Academic, Finance, Housing and Welfare to the students of the University of Lincoln. As an organisation, the University of Lincoln Students’ Union is dedicated to supporting students in both academic and non-academic experiences whilst working closely with the University and local community.

The ULSU Group is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. As such, we value the opportunities gained from welcoming applications from any race, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age and national origin.

The Advice Centre Manager Position

The Advice Centre Manager will manage the provision of confidential, impartial and non-judgmental advice on a range of academic issues to a diverse student membership. Ensuring the service is widely promoted and is of a high quality, respected by students as independent and professional.

Key responsibilities include:
– coordinate representation and advocacy for students at University hearings; for example in regards to disciplinary hearings, assessment appeal hearings and fitness to practice hearings
– support, manage and train the Advisors and the Assistant Advice Centre Manager in deliver of independent and impartial advice to Students
– provide support and advice to the Student Leaders in the planning and delivery of welfare events and campaigns
– maintain an up-to-date knowledge of higher education advice matters and best practices and to respond accordingly

As part of working within the University of Lincoln Students’ Union, you will have access to a wide variety of rewards and benefits, some of which can be seen at

For a copy of the full Job Description and Person Specification, please go to where you will also be able to download our application form. Once complete, please return the application form to our Recruitment Mailbox. Details of which can be found on our vacancies web page.

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