The Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) is seeking two postgraduate students to join our team as Volunteer Student Coordinators. This is an exciting opportunity to join the SIPR team and shape the future of the student network. Furthermore, as a student coordinator you will be provided with unprecedented access to the inner workings of the institute and will have valuable contribution to make in high level executive meetings.
These roles will require working closely with the Knowledge Exchange and Business Manager to support the organisation of key student events and activities both within Scotland and internationally. This may include:
The co-ordinator role will be limited to a maximum of two years and, where possible, a replacement will be sought before coordinators enter their final year of study.
To undertake this role we would require candidates who are:
This is an unpaid position, however, SIPR will cover all expenses incurred for travel and accommodation related to duties undertaken as a Student Coordinator.
The deadline for applications will be by midnight on Sunday 31st May 2020. To apply please provide the following:
1. A letter including the following details:
2. A letter of support from your current supervisor
If more than two applications are received, SIPR will undertake a short interviews with all candidates which will take place either face-to-face or online. The interview panel will consist of three people – the SIPR Knowledge Exchange and Business Manager, either the SIPR Director or an Associate Director, and a representative from Police Scotland.
For more information on the positions please contact Monica Boyle, SIPR Knowledge Exchange and Business Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org