Join the Winchester Hub Committee 2017/18
We believe that students have the power and potential to change the world. Apply for one of our leadership roles and join a motivated and inspiring team driving social change in Winchester!
Still recruiting for a Give it a Go and LinkAges Coordinator.
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Why should I apply to be a member of Winchester Hub?
Being part of the Winchester Hub committee isn't like volunteering in any other society committees, and is a really exciting place for making social impact in Winchester. You can develop loads of skills, be a part of an inspiring community, and make friends along the way!
We work as a team to deliver projects in the local community and on campus to benefit a range of different community groups, and engage students in social and environmental issues.
So whether you're really passionate about a certain topic, or don't have a specific issue in mind but want to get stuck into making a difference and trying something new, there's a position for you. You'll be fully trained and supported in your role by our team of dedicated staff.
Reasons to join:
  • Gain valuable skills such as leadership, project management, team working and problem-solving
  • Meet like-minded people
  • Make a difference in the local community
  • Being Part of Winchester Hub looks great on your CV
  • You'll become part of a network of students in the Hub family across the country
  • It's great fun with lots to do and loads of people to meet
What does my commitment look like?
As well as the responsibilities included in your role, being a part of the committee includes;
  • Attending weekly committee meetings.
  • Attending Hub events as required and be prepared to lend a hand to other committee members if asked
  • Being an Ambassador for Winchester Hub.
  • Liaising with Hub staff regularly.
  • Help with publicity including, but not confined to, maximising outreach of Facebook events and leafleting.
What are the next steps?
  1. Fill in this application form telling us why you’d like to be involved, what skills and experiences you can bring to the role and what role you’d like to apply for. Applications for applications are open.
  2. We’ll be in touch in due course to invite you to a short interview if your written application is successful.
  3. At interview we’ll have a chance to meet you and discuss what role you could play on the committee.
  4. If you’re successful we’ll then spend the next few months working with you to plan your role and project and give you all the training you need to be successful in the role.
  5. You will be supported to start implementing your project in September 2017 when the new academic year starts.
What positions are available?
LinkAges Coordinator
  • Recruit and train volunteers appropriately.
  • Create schedules for volunteers to ensure everyone has a placement they are happy with.
  • Liaise with community partners and help set up placements.
  • Attend weekly executive committee meetings to update on the progress of LinkAges and to support the other Hub projects and events appropriately.
Do you have specific questions about this role? Just contact Sim.
Give It A Go Coordinator
  • Work with community partners and organise one-off volunteering events throughout term.
  • Coordinating volunteers for events both internal and external.
  • Communicate effectively with other project leaders and executive team to keep everyone updated with Give It A Go.
  • Attend the weekly committee meetings.
  • Support other project leaders with advice or action.
  • Take a lead and support the Hub during Student Volunteering Week.
Do you have specific questions about this role? Just contact Daniel.
Questions?
If you have any questions, please get in touch - you can email any of the project coordinators or get in touch at hello@winchesterhub.org, alternatively you can pop into the office in MB116 to talk to the team.
Support for your application
Winchester Hub is committed to making our activities inclusive to all students. We can make reasonable adjustments to application processes, selection workshops, training sessions, volunteering projects and other activities on a case-by-case basis. We also provide ongoing support for the students we work with, so if you have particular accessibility needs, including special educational needs, please do get in touch and let us know how we can make the activity more accessible.
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