Students are employed throughout DUSA The Union in several areas. Click on a job title to read more about that department.
Working in the bars team involves serving drinks and food to fellow students in any of our bars or nightclubs; Floor 5, Air, Liar, and two in Mono. Develop skills in customer service, cash handling and stock control. Learn basic elements of health and safety and food hygiene and have the chance to gain certificates in these areas. Working for the bars team will allow you to meet new people, make friends for life and learn key skills that will aid in future employment. Excel and you will have the opportunity to join the cocktail team in Air, and possibly even become one of our team leaders.
Working in any of the Union’s catering outlets, students have the option to work during lunchtimes, evenings and weekends. You will develop skills in food preparation and production, customer service and cash handling. Working as part of the catering team you will be able to gain certificates in food hygiene as well as learning how to work well in the busy environment.
Customer Safety Team
Responsible for all security issues and the health and safety of up to 2500 customers. Duties include conflict resolution, correct application of licensing law, drug searches and seizures, first aid, entry and evacuation procedures. You may also be assisting in major events, securing the stage for high profile acts and artists. Mainly involving night time work, the customer safety team’s job is to ensure all our customers have a great and safe experience in DUSA.
This Crew make sure everyone knows what’s going on at the Union. The job involves enticing students into the Union by visiting halls of residence, flyering, putting up poster displays, assisting decorating venues for special events like Halloween, participating in events and taking photos at night. The crew also look after acts and artistes performing in the Union. The Ents Crew are also responsible for assisting in the running of all the events that take place in the Union. They assist in the planning, setup and operation of the nightclubs, live gigs, regular and special events. The crew also look after acts and artistes performing in the Union.
Working in the award winning ‘Premier at the Union’ convenience store supplying both students and staff with all their requirements. Open 7 days and trading each evening until 10.00pm ( plenty of time to party afterwards ) student staff work both evenings ( 4pm-10pm ) and weekends (various times). Normally working 2 – 3 shifts (10 – 18 hours per week) its hard work but good fun. You must have a good personality, enjoy meeting people and be an excellent team player. If you already have some retail experience then that could be an advantage.
The Technical Crew are involved in setting up and operating lights, sound and AV equipment for all events. They also operate animations and video loops for use during club nights and special events, as well as for advertising events and promos. Tech Crew are also involved in planning & setting up venue decoration, event props and set for all regular and special events.
Working mainly at the front of house in a vibrant, enthusiastic team, duties include; ticket sales, cash handling, controlling entry to venues monitoring venue numbers, cloakroom operation, bar roles and support. As a first and last point of contact excellent customer care skills are a must.
Becoming part of DUSA The Union was the best choice I’ve made. Besides new experiences, I found myself surrounded by lovely people and great colleagues.Ona Stundziaite
How To Apply
Students are recruited to join our teams throughout the academic year and applications are always welcomed. Simply complete an application form and return it to DUSA The Union’s Reception. If you have an questions about our vacancies please contact us.
You can also post your application:
Dundee University Students’ Association,
Airlie Place Dundee,
Telephone: (01382) 386 012
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Flexible Working Hours
Fit your work around your studies, day or night
Free Event Entry
Free entry to most DUSA events, frequent staff parties and more
Full Training Provided
Previous experience not always required
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Scotland’s best Students’ Association
Would you like a unique opportunity to play a part in Scotland’s most exciting and successful Students’ Association?
Dundee University Students’ Association (DUSA) exists to serve the students it represents. We have an acclaimed reputation for the delivery of student experience, acknowledged by ranking top in Scotland in the National Student Survey over the past few years.
DUSA is seeking to appoint someone who is committed to the Students’ Association and its values to serve as a Non-Executive Member on our Board of Trustees. This vacancy provides a rewarding opportunity to play a key role in shaping the future vision and strategic direction of DUSA through effective leadership, good governance and maximising opportunities.
The ideal member would:
- Be receptive to student leadership & democracy
- Have passion, commitment & skills to help us in our future development
- Have a good strategic vision
- Have excellent organisational, interpersonal and practical skills
- Enjoy working with highly motivated students providing advice, guidance & support
- An understanding of the 16 – 24 year old market
- Attend Board of Trustee meetings 6 – 8 times a year (normally evenings)
As one of Scotland’s larger charities, Dundee University Students’ Association serves around 17,000 students and has a turnover in excess of £6m per annum
This post is not remunerated but reasonable expenses are reimbursed.
Application from those with senior legal background and/or holding a strategic position of responsibility in a large, multi-disciplinary organisation would be particularly welcome.
For more information contact email@example.com or phone 01382 386008
DUSA is a registered Scottish Charity, No: SC016047
£8.09 per hour
37 ¾ hours per week (Mon – Fri) plus Every 2nd Weekend 8am – 12pm Sat / Sun
DUSA is the most successful students’ union in Scotland and one of the top five within the UK. Proud to be at the heart of one of Scotland’s best universities, fulfilling the aspirations of the 18,000 students, by providing an excellent range of educational, welfare, recreational and retail services.
The role of the cleaning co-ordinator is to co-ordinate and supervises operations to ensure all venues; office accommodation, furniture and equipment are kept in a clean and hygienic condition.
If you see yourself in this challenging role, have experience in the use of commercial cleaning equipment, COSHH training and supervisory experience, we want to hear from you.
Download below files for full details and an application pack.
- Cleaning-Coordinator -JD
Applications should reach us by 12.00pm Tuesday 22nd January 2019 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
40 hours per week, Salary £25,000 – £28,000 per annum
We have a reputation – number one students’ union in Scotland for the fifth consecutive year and one of the top five in the UK. Talent, passion and commitment hold the key to our success, also known as our dedicated team of staff and students.
We currently have a vacancy for a Kitchen Manager.
Working with an established team in a multi-site operation, catering for students and staff, this new and exciting role includes being a hands-on chef as well as organising and leading the day-to-day operations of all food production and identifying new opportunities for business growth and development.
Duties will include being responsible for the operations of all our catering outlets, ensuring HACCP compliance, creation and costing of menus, managing all stock processes, assisting the Food and Beverage Manager regarding staffing, training and performance standards.
The ideal candidate will have suitable experience working as a chef in a supervisory or management capacity, with good technical skills, ability to oversee and develop teams along with excellent customer service and organisational skills and sound knowledge of hygiene regulations. Good business acumen and a strong commercial focus will also be advantageous. Relevant qualifications and the ability to manage and train others are essential.
This is a challenging role for the right individual. If you see yourself in this role and have the relevant skills and experience, we want to hear from you.
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Interviews will be held on 7th & 8th February 2019.
Applications should reach us by 12.00pm Friday 25th January 2019 by email to email@example.com