Our Commitment to Inclusion
We believe that everyone is unique in their own way and are committed to ensuring our workforce is an inclusive community that reflects the diversity of the world and our members. We positively encourage applications from all individuals irrespective of their gender identity, age, home country, ethnic background, sexuality, religious beliefs, or disability.
Equal Opportunity Monitoring
As a representative body, one of our key aims is to increase applicants that identify as Black, Asian or a minority ethnic to work in the Students' Union. To support this we will ask you an optional question about your ethnic origin. Not providing this information will not adversely affect your application for the role. This information will be hidden during the application process.
Disability Confident – Committed
As a charity, we strive to be as inclusive as reasonably practicable. If your experience of our application process could be improved to support you in any way please don’t hesitate to let us know.
There may be an occasion where it is not practicable or appropriate to interview all disabled people that meet the minimum criteria for this role. In this instance, a limit will be set to the overall number of interviews offered to both disabled people and non-disabled people. In these circumstances, we will select the disabled candidates who best meet the minimum criteria for the role rather than all of those that meet the minimum criteria.
Telephone; Simon Law, Interim General Manager, 0113 283 7322