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We are Hiring: Peer Learning Graduate Intern

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Peer Learning Graduate Intern

University of Galway Students’ Union seeks a friendly, energetic and goal-oriented Graduate Intern to support its CÉIM academic peer learning programme. This is a varied role in which the successful candidate will be required to work closely with diverse partners including students and academic staff to help ensure the effective delivery of CÉIM.

 

About CÉIM

CÉIM is an academic peer support scheme based on the Peer Assisted Study Sessions / Peer Assisted Learning (PASS/PAL) model. CÉIM supports 1st year students’ transition to higher education, health and wellbeing, academic success, progression and development of transferable skills. Delivered via a partnership between students, academic staff and the Students’ Union, CÉIM will be offered to approximately 2,100 or 56%+ of University of Galway 1st year students from September 2024. See further information on https://ceim.su.universityofgalway.ie/

The Graduate Intern will be employed by University of Galway Students’ Union on a fixed-term contract.

Contract duration: Mid-August 2024 – Mid-May 2025 Working days: Monday-Friday (7 hours per day) Working location: University of Galway campus

 

Job Description

Drawing on your experience of peer learning, you will:

· Provide support to individual student leaders and groups of student leaders.

· Research and develop new activity ideas for peer learning sessions.

· Provide hands-on support to leaders in peer learning sessions.

· Handle day-to-day tasks to ensure the smooth running of CÉIM.

· Provide general programme, IT and administrative support.

· Organise materials for student leaders, weekly meetings and training.

· Develop engaging social media, website and other marketing content.

· Deliver training to student leaders as required.

· Attend and deliver weekly meetings with students and academic staff.

· Deliver lecture shout outs to promote session attendance and leader recruitment.

· Deliver short presentations to students about CÉIM.

· Support the CÉIM Director, CÉIM Administrator and CÉIM Student Engagement Coordinator with various duties as they arise.

 

Requirements

· An undergraduate degree in any discipline.

· A solid understanding of the CÉIM programme, and an interest in supporting students to make the most of their time at university.

· Strong organisational and administration skills.

· Experienced Microsoft Office user.

· Experience with a variety of social media platforms.

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

· Confident presenting to large groups.

· Positive attitude and friendly, professional and inclusive manner with the ability to collaborate with diverse stakeholders.

· Highly adaptable with a solution-oriented outlook.

· Excellent work ethic and commitment to deadlines and deliverables.

· The capacity to acquire new skills and apply them to the role.

 

Applications

Applications must include:

· Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the post and why you are interested in the post.

· Curriculum Vitae.

 

Applications via email to:

Chris Newell

General Manager

University of Galway Students’ Union chris.newell@universityofgalway.ie

 

Closing date: Thursday, 9 May 2024 5pm Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place on: Wednesday, 22 May 2024

We are Hiring: Peer Learning Engagement Coordinator

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University of Galway Students’ Union seeks a dynamic, focused and solution-oriented Engagement Coordinator with experience of peer learning to support its CÉIM academic peer learning programme. The successful candidate will support CÉIM student leaders to reach their full potential, work closely with diverse partners, and develop engaging marketing and social media campaigns. This role will suit an individual who loves working with people and has an eye for detail.

About CÉIM
CÉIM is an academic peer support scheme based on the Peer Assisted Study Sessions / Peer Assisted Learning (PASS/PAL) model. CÉIM supports 1st year students’ transition to higher education, health and wellbeing, academic success, progression and development of transferable skills. Delivered via a partnership between students, academic staff and the Students’ Union, CÉIM will be offered to approximately 2,000 or 50%+ of University of Galway 1st year students from September 2023. See further information on www.ceim.su.nuigalway.ie

The Graduate Intern will be employed by University of Galway Students’ Union on a three-year contract.
Contract duration: Mid-August 2023 – Mid-August 2026
Working days: Monday-Friday (7 hours per day)
Working location: University of Galway campus with the option to work from home on Fridays

 

Job Description
Drawing on your comprehensive experience of peer learning, you will:
• Be proactive in liaising regularly with student leaders, and provide targeted coaching to individual student leaders and groups of student leaders.
• Manage a repository of peer learning activity ideas, and develop new content for this.
• Provide occasional hands-on support to leaders in peer learning sessions.
• Make presentations about CÉIM to large groups of students and to academic staff.
• Collate data for research and evaluation purposes.
• Organise materials for student leaders and weekly meetings.
• Manage, attend and deliver weekly meetings with students and academic staff.
• Design training content and deliver training to student leaders on peer learning strategies and activities, information technology, health and wellbeing and other relevant topics.
• Create and manage timely and engaging social media campaigns.
• Develop marketing materials and update the CÉIM website.
• Work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders across University of Galway including support units and academic staff.
• Handle day-to-day tasks to ensure the smooth running of CÉIM.
• Provide general programme and administrative support.
• Work with various IT systems to support the efficient delivery of the programme.
• Develop and run well-attended social events for students.
• Seek feedback from students and develop strategies to act on this feedback.
• Support the CÉIM Director and CÉIM Administrator with various duties as they arise.
• Carry out any other reasonable duties that may be assigned from time to time.

 

Requirements
• An undergraduate degree in any discipline.
• Experience of leading peer learning sessions.
• A solid understanding of the CÉIM programme.
• An interest in supporting students to make the most of their time at university, small group facilitation, independent learning and inclusion.
• Very strong organisational and administration skills.
• Experienced Microsoft Office user.
• Experience with a variety of IT systems and social media platforms.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Confident presenting to large groups.
• Friendly, professional and inclusive manner with the ability to collaborate with diverse stakeholders.
• Highly adaptable with excellent problem solving skills.
• Strong work ethic and commitment to deadlines and deliverables.
• The capacity to acquire new skills and apply them to the role.

 

Applications
Applications must include:
• Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the post and why you are interested in the post.
• Curriculum Vitae.

Applications via email to:

Chris Newell
General Manager
University of Galway Students’ Union
chris.newell@universityofgalway.ie

 

Closing date: Monday, 24 April 2023 5pm
Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place on: Wednesday, 17 May 2023 on Zoom

WE ARE HIRING: SIN EDITOR

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Sin Newspaper is the official Student Newspaper of NUI Galway. A fortnightly publication published by the Students’ Union, the paper includes a mix of campus news, features, sport and reviews.

For the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sin will continue to be published as an online newspaper via ISSUU.

 

Sin.ie is the online information resource of NUI Galway Students’ Union. The website will include up to date news and features and will be a comprehensive information and resource centre for NUI Galway students with regards to college and local news in particular.

 

The Sin Editor will be a self starter who works well with others and has particular strengths in working with, and motivating, a team of volunteers.

 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruit, direct and motivate a team of voluntary sub editors and writers
  • Overall responsibility for sourcing newspaper and website content, including content as Gaeilge.
  • Maintain a high standard of writing in both Sin Newspaper and Sin Website
  • Edit 12 issues of Sin Newspaper in conjunction with the Students’ Union
  • Update Sin.ie website and social media platforms regularly with news, features etc
  • Work with the Graphic Designer to ensure consistent design and layout
  • Develop links with other student publications to facilitate sharing of information and resources
  • Oversee distribution of Sin Newspaper across campus
  • Any other duties which may be assigned from time to time

 

Remuneration

€500 stipend per issue

 

Applications

Please include the following:

  • Cover letter outlining your suitability for the role
  • CV
  • A sample proposal outlining a plan of action of how you would manage Sin Newspaper over the next academic year. This should include your plans for writer recruitment and retention, format of Sin, general promotion of Sin, and any other ideas you have.

 

Applications by email only to: recruitment@su.nuigalway.ie

 

 

Closing date:                        5:00pm Tuesday 3rd August 2021

Interviews (via zoom):     Wednesday 11th August 2021

We are Hiring: Sin Editor

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SIN EDITOR

Sin Newspaper is the official Student Newspaper of NUI Galway. A fortnightly publication published by the Students’ Union, the paper includes a mix of campus news, features, sport and reviews.

For the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sin will continue to be published as an online newspaper via ISSUU.

Sin.ie is the online information resource of NUI Galway Students’ Union. The website will include up to date news and features and will be a comprehensive information and resource centre for NUI Galway students with regards to college and local news in particular.

The Sin Editor will be a self starter who works well with others and has particular strengths in working with, and motivating a team of volunteers.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruit, direct and motivate a team of voluntary sub editors and writers
  • Overall responsibility for sourcing newspaper and website content
  • Maintain a high standard of writing in both Sin Newspaper and Sin Website
  • Edit 12 issues of Sin Newspaper in conjunction with the Students’ Union
  • Update Sin.ie website and social media platforms regularly with news, features etc
  • Work with the Graphic Designer to ensure consistent design and layout
  • Develop links with other student publications to facilitate sharing of information and resources
  • Oversee distribution of Sin Newspaper across campus
  • Any other duties which may be assigned from time to time

Remuneration

€500 stipend per issue

Applications

Please include the following:

  • Cover letter outlining your suitability for the role
  • CV
  • A sample proposal outlining a plan of action of how you would manage Sin Newspaper over the next academic year. This should include your plans for writer recruitment and retention, format of Sin, general promotion of Sin, and any other ideas you have.

Applications by email only to: recruitment@su.nuigalway.ie

Closing date:            5:00pm Wednesday 15th July 2020

 

NUIG SU Recruitment: Peer Learning Intern

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Peer Learning Intern

 

NUI Galway Students’ Union seeks a friendly, motivated and goal-oriented Intern to provide support to existing staff on its CÉIM academic peer learning programme. This is a varied role in which the successful candidate will be required to work closely with diverse partners including students and academic staff to help ensure the effective delivery of CÉIM in an online setting.

 

About CÉIM
CÉIM is an academic peer support scheme based on the Peer Assisted Study Sessions / Peer Assisted Learning (PASS/PAL) model. CÉIM supports 1st year students’ transition to higher education, health and wellbeing, academic success, progression and development of transferable skills. Delivered via a partnership between students, academic staff and the Students’ Union, CÉIM will be offered online to approximately 1,650 or nearly 50% of NUI Galway 1st year students in the 2020/21 academic year. See further information on www.su.nuigalway.ie/ceim

 

The Intern will be employed by NUI Galway Students’ Union on a fixed-term part-time contract (4 days per week).

Contract duration: Late-August 2020 – Late May 2021
Working days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (7 hours per day)

 

Typically, the intern will work on the NUI Galway Campus, however the current COVID-19 crisis will require working from home.

 

Job Description

  • Handle day-to-day tasks to ensure the smooth running of CÉIM.
  • Provide general programme and administrative support.
  • Organise materials for student leaders, weekly meetings and training.
  • Provide support to individual students and groups of students.
  • Attend and run weekly meetings with students and academic staff.
  • Support the CÉIM Director and CÉIM Administrator with various duties as they arise.

 

Requirements

  • Understanding of the CÉIM programme and experience of peer learning.
  • A strong interest in supporting students to interact with each other and to develop a sense of belonging at NUI Galway.
  • Strong organisational and administration skills.
  • Experienced Microsoft Office user.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Confident operating in an online environment, including video conferencing.
  • Friendly and professional manner with the ability to collaborate with diverse stakeholders.
  • Highly adaptable with a solution-oriented outlook.
  • Excellent work ethic and commitment to deadlines and deliverables.
  • The capacity to acquire new skills and apply them to the role.

 

Applications

Applications must include:

  • Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the post and why you are interested in the post.
  • Curriculum Vitae.

 

Applications via email to:

Chris Newell

General Manager

NUI Galway Students’ Union

recruitment@su.nuigalway.ie

Closing date: 5:00pm, Monday, 22 June 2020
Online interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place week beginning Monday, 29 June 2020