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The University of Edinburgh aims to deliver positive impact for society. This means we want to improve peoples’ lives and protect the planet. Our commitments include being a zero carbon and zero waste University; promoting, protecting and respecting human rights; and critically engaging with and contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Community Engagement Projects Coordinator is an important role in the Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability, working closely with the Head of Social Impact, Senior Community Engagement Manager and members of the University’s Community Team. The successful applicant will be responsible for coordinating a portfolio of public-facing initiatives and projects that contribute to delivery of the University’s Community Plan. The post-holder will also provide operational support to a range of activities undertaken by the Social Impact Unit and Community Team. Diary support for the Head of Social Impact is part of the role.
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What Working at The University of Edinburgh offers:
We offer an exciting, positive, creative, challenging and rewarding place to work. We give you support, nurture your talent and reward success. You will benefit from a competitive reward package and a wide range of staff benefits, which includes a generous holiday entitlement, a defined benefits pension scheme, staff discounts, family friendly initiatives, flexible working and much more. Access our staff benefits page for further information and use our reward calculator to find out the total value of pay and benefits provided.
The University of Edinburgh holds a Silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our commitment to advance gender equality in higher education. We are members of the Race Equality Charter and we are also Stonewall Scotland Diversity Champions, actively promoting LGBT equality.
We are looking for an experienced individual or an individual who is keen to learn the role, to play a key role in Information Services, supporting and developing disability advice and support.
Working with the Disability Information Officer, you will be able to make improvements and promote accessibility across all of Information Services and the wider University through amongst other things developing policy and guidelines (including Equality Impact Assessments), auditing IT systems, writing accessibility statements and assisting in organising the provision of assistive technology and advising on physical building accessibility.
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