Cardiff Students’ Union (CSU) is at the heart of Cardiff student life. That means that the SU is here to support students to thrive and to have their backs when things don’t go as planned, all within a safe, inclusive space where students can be who they want to be. With over 30,000 students enrolled at Cardiff University, we’ve set ourselves a pretty big challenge. That’s why we’re looking for outstanding people who are willing to go the extra mile and put their heart and soul into what they do.
An award winning organisation
CSU was recently voted 2nd place in the UK in the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2022 for best Students’ Union and consistently graded in the top five for student satisfaction in the UK by students.
- - 2nd Place in the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2022 for Best Students’ Union
- - 1* accreditation and ranked 56th in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not-for-Profit organisations 2020, and 21st in the UK for Education and Training 2021.
- - Top 30 Best Companies to Work For in Wales 2020
- - Investors in Diversity Stage 3 and ranked 65th in the National Centre for Diversity (NCFC) Top 100 index 2020
We have spent over £5million developing our fantastic city centre venues and we invite you to join us on our exciting journey by applying for one of our vacancies.
If you're a student looking for part time work at the Students' Union that will fit around your studies, click the button below to find out more about becoming student staff.
The heart of Cardiff student life
Our Strategic Plan (2021-2025) seeks to return the Union rapidly to pre-pandemic levels of student engagement and then to exploit the benefits of our upgraded University campus environment and our co-location with the stunning Centre for Student Life building.
Read our Strategic Plan
Prioritising our people
Our aim is to prioritise people development and ensure that our volunteers and staff have the right skills and competencies to deliver our strategic vision and mission.
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Gender Pay Gap Report
The gender pay gap is as an equality measure that shows the difference in average earnings between women and men. The legislation surrounding the issue requires employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations. For us here at Cardiff University Students’ Union, it is an opportunity to continue ensuring we are an equal and diverse workforce.
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Equality, diversity and inclusion
Diversity and inclusion are at the heart of what we do at Cardiff University Students' Union. Our organisational vision is clear: to work with every Cardiff student to enhance their University experience. This is underpinned by our values that recognise we want to be excellent at what we do by being totally inclusive. We believe that to be truly representative we need all our students and staff to have a stake in the Union’s success.
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