Casework & Policy Officer (Casual)
Employer: Students’ Representative Council, University of Sydney
Location: University of Sydney, Darlington campus
Due to some seasonal workload increases, and some absences from permanent staff members, the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of the University of Sydney seeks a suitably qualified and experienced person to work in an advice and advocacy role in our representative organisation dedicated to supporting our student members.
The SRC is the representative body of all undergraduate students of the University of Sydney and is an organisation run by and for students, with a Council of elected student Representatives.
Services provided by the SRC include welfare and academic policy advice and advocacy, legal advice, interest-free loans to students, a second-hand bookshop, distribution of general information on various sectors of the University, publication of a weekly (semester-time) newspaper and other student publications, as well as representation of students’ rights at campus and community levels.
The SRC employs a number of staff, including casework and policy staff, whose terms and conditions of employment are outlined in the SRC Enterprise Agreement.
The Casework & Policy Officer (casual) will be part of a dynamic team providing advice and advocacy to undergraduate students in a diverse range of welfare and academic matters. You will have excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to interpret policies and legislation. You will have a broad understanding of issues relevant to tertiary students and enjoy networking and working with a diverse range of people. Competency and skills in computer applications are also essential. The office is situated on the Darlington campus, but will involve work on all University of Sydney campuses.
For the information pack click here
To be considered, applications must address the full selection criteria listed in the pack and include a current resume.
Closing date: 8am, 14th November 2016