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We have opportunities within the Union throughout the year, whether that be as a member of our student staff team working our receptions, supporting our activities or as a permanent staff member who helps deliver the Union's mission of supporting students for a life-changing experience. We also have a number of volunteering opportunities within the Union, within its governance, representation or community work.


Current opportunities


Full-time staff vacancies

London Met SU is home to over 10,000 students studying in North London, across our two campuses on Holloway Road and in Aldgate. London Metropolitan University is a diverse and exciting university that challenges how our society works and prepares graduates to thrive and continue to challenge and change the world around them.

London Met Students' Union's ambitions are no different. 

Our mission is to support students at London Met to succeed in their studies and transform their lives for the better. Our vision is that of a connected community in which all students, from any background, receive the highest quality educational experience possible.

All our vacancies are based in London, with post-holders expected to work across both of our sites, primarily.

We are a small organisation with big ambition and we are ready to grow our team and meet our members' needs.

No current vacancy.


Student Vacancies

Student Curriculum Partner

Salary:  £10.85 per hour (20 hours per week)


Job Description:

Our Student Curriculum Partners work collaboratively alongside members of staff as equal partners, to help them reflect on their practice and to advise how course materials and activities can be made more engaging and accessible to all students on the course. This is an opportunity for students just like you to share your views and use your experiences to have a great and lasting impact.This flexible, part-time role will help you develop a range of skills such as critical thinking, presentation, and self-confidence.You will be trained and supported throughout the programme as well as have opportunities to attend conferences.This is your University, so if you are passionate and interested about promoting change; if you would like to help shape and design a curriculum to ensure it reflects every student, then this is the opportunity for you.

Apply: For more information about the role and to apply, please click here.



Voluntary opportunities

Verve Media Recruitment

With three branches - TV, Radio, and Magazine - it’s a one-stop shop for students passionate about gaining real-life experience in media. By volunteering your time you get to build and grow a community at London Met to call your own, and you’ll be supported by LMSU’s Student Activities team, receiving training for your role, regular developmental opportunities, and access to our Funding Grants for your ambitious ideas.
We’re looking for students with experience in media, or a willingness to learn, to take up roles on Verve Media’s three committees. 

Roles available:
President of Magazine -  You are responsible for the output of Verve Magazine, making sure student members have the opportunity to write articles, grow their skills, and that content is relevant to the student body.
President of Radio -  You ensure that the Radio station is running 24/7 with content that can be broadcast online, plan the schedule and presenter slots to ensure the output of the radio is relevant to the student body and abides by licensing and regulations. 

President of TV -  You recruit, lead and manage members who wish to make content for Verve TV, ensuring that regular content is produced and members are able to be supported with queries relating to using the camera and editing. 

Secretary (Magazine, TV, Radio available) - You are responsible for communication, letting your members know when events are taking place and what opportunities are available via social media and email, alongside submitting room bookings and external speaker requests when necessary.
Treasurer (Magazine, TV, Radio available) - You are responsible for keeping track of your branch's budget, how much money you’ve spent and how much is left, alongside making funding bids for additional ideas.
Social Secretary (Magazine, TV, Radio available) - You are responsible for identifying opportunities to organise recreational events for your members, talking to local venues, and helping your members make friends.

Find out more:
Have a look at our Recruitment pack - download it here.

How to register your interest:
To register your interest in one of the above roles, get in touch with Harry Jones at - this will be followed by an informal discussion about the role and the next steps to leading the Group.