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Training and Development Coordinator

Listed by Bucks Students' Union


Grade D £22,254 - £24,871 (£11,364 - £15,240 Pro Rata)

Part-time (25 – 30 hours per week); term time only (34 weeks per year); fixed term until July 2023 with potential to be made permanent


If you have the energy and enthusiasm to assist us in achieving our goal of making life better for our students, then we have the ideal opportunity for you to join our Training and Development team.

The ideal candidate for this role will have experience in planning and coordinating training and the ability to plan and prioritise their own workload. They will be highly self motivated, personable and an active listener.

The post holder will need to take a leading role on the coordination, promotion and delivery of the recreational and skills development programme including administration of The Leadership Academy, JobShop and The Bucks Award. They will need to ensure accurate and timely recording and maintenance of all data and reports to identify new opportunities of development for the membership.

Bucks Students’ Union is a democratic, student-led organisation whose mission is to make life better for students at Bucks. We are committed to improving the student experience and actively seek to bring positive change to student life.

We welcome applications from individuals regardless of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender or disability and believe that positive and vibrant people shape our organisation.

The role attracts excellent opportunities for professional and personal development as well as flexible working, free refreshments and social events, pension, extensive wellbeing support and the opportunity to work in a fun and dynamic environment.

Closing date for applications: Sunday 10th July 2022 at midnight

Interview date: Week commencing 18th July 2022

Start date: Monday 5th September 2022

You can view the full applicant pack including person specification here

To apply, complete an application form and equal opportunities monitoring form and send them to

For more information, contact Sarah Jackson by emailing or calling 01494 601 600.