Would you like to help King’s and gain valuable experience serving on a major university committee?
The College’s Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee are currently recruiting for a new student member to join from February 2017. This is an important committee which plays a key role in the university’s governance.
This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience through membership of a sub-committee of the College Council. As the Committee’s student member, you will have the opportunity to contribute a student’s viewpoint to the Committee’s deliberations in a positive, constructive and engaged way. This will involve preparing for and attending meetings of the Committee (usually three per year, in term time). You should be numerate and have strong analytical skills, a sense of commitment of service to the university and the ability to see ‘the bigger picture’, including an understanding of the environmental factors which affect the Higher Education sector. An understanding of the importance of confidentiality in collective decision making is essential for participating in this committee’s work.
The appointment will be for a term of two years and will be conditional on remaining registration as a student of King’s.
Closing date for applications is Friday 9th December 2016.
Interviews will be held on the afternoon of Friday 16th December 2016. The position will be effective from February 2017.
If you are looking for career development opportunity or aspiring for a career in policy, diplomacy, marketing or journalism within a health sciences framework, please read on.
The Global Health Policy Centre at King’s Think Tank is looking for students to help reshape the global healthcare policy and promote health equity. They have the following voluntary positions to offer:
Policy Centre Editor : If you are good at writing and brainstorming, and have great ideas to bring onboard, you should consider applying for this post.
Policy Centre Researcher : If you are a stickler for details, a hardcore evidence-based researcher with exceptional writing skills and exciting ideas, you’d make a great researcher.
Policy Centre Liaison : If you enjoy talking to people, are well-organised and a fantastic event manager, this is just the role for you.
Make an enduring difference to the lives of King’s students.
King’s Residences are recruiting Wardens to join their Student Experience & Welfare Team for the 2016/17 academic year. The Student Experience & Welfare Team delivers a world class student experience to over 5,000 King’s students living in the 11 King’s Residences.
Wardens are at the heart of the Student Experience & Welfare team. They are responsible for the welfare of students within a hall, building meaningful relationships with students as they make the transition into independent living and adulthood. Wardens support students through the challenges that can arise, be it financial or mental health. Wardens also manage a team of Residence Associates to build a vibrant community within the hall, through student engagement and social activity.
The role is an opportunity to understand the student journey first hand, and the relationship between life in halls and academic performance. For current doctoral Wardens, this has had a positive impact on their teaching. For current professional services staff, it has reinvigorated their commitment to working in Higher Education.
In order to carry out duties effectively, Wardens are required to sleep in accommodation provided by the College, and the College will cover the cost of the accommodation.
Wardens are expected to move in to their halls of residence on the weekend of 3 September 2016.
Applications are now open. For full details and to apply, please visit the King’s Residences website
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King’s College London seeks an outstanding candidate for the role of Search Associate, to work within the newly created King’s Search team. King’s Search is a newly founded in-house executive search team at King’s College London, focused on recruiting high-level academics.
The Search Associate is responsible for providing support to the Principal Search Manager with information and execution essential to the completion of the research phase of the search. The Search Associate may also lead on searches, under the guidance of the Principal Search Manager.
Lead on the implementation of the search strategy, research and candidate pre-screening phases with a high level of autonomy, and a good sense of priorities, timelines and anticipation of potential issues.
Use research tools and information resources internally and externally to gain a knowledge of the market and identify candidates in a creative manner.
Set up and attend client briefing and short-listing meetings, and establish and excellent professional relationship with clients.
Draft position and person profiles according to information gathered from briefing meetings.
Pre-screen potential candidates prior to short listing.
Arrange both informal and formal interviews between the candidates and the client, with appropriate reference to College procedure.
Liaise with the client and candidates to ensure that all elements of the search process run smoothly and to schedule.
Provide candidates with relevant information on relocation.
Monitor and assist in the maintenance of the King’s Search database, inputting contacts and related information.
Ensure that at the close of a search all the administration has been properly completed and the information gathered during the search is available to the relevant colleagues.
Terms and conditions of appointment
The post holder will be responsible to the Principal Search Manager.
The job will be based at the Waterloo Campus, but will also involve travel across the King’s campuses in South London.
The Search Associate will:
Qualifications and Requirements
Have an undergraduate degree (relevant graduate degree an advantage).
Be experienced in identifying market trends and researching information effectively through various channels.
Demonstrate highly developed conceptual skills; ability to synthesize information quickly; understanding of the higher education industry and function; and the ability to present material in an organized and clear manner.
Be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to effectively prioritize projects and deliverables.
Have strong desktop research skills and basic business knowledge.
Demonstrate strong computer skills including MS Office applications
Have excellent communication skills; speaking, writing, listening.
Demonstrate strong organisational, analytical, detailed planning and project management skills.
Maintain professionalism and honesty while building credibility, trust, and respect with internal clients.
Grasp concepts quickly, and think beyond traditional methods to exceed client’s expectations.
Work well in a small team.
Be proactive and self-motivated, with a strong sense of urgency.