Job Description

Become a Student Coordinator

We are seeking a PhD student to join Global Skills (GS) team – GS is an exciting initiative now entering its sixth year. The project has been developed to empower undergraduate students to think crtically and creatively about the law, offering skills development opportunities to complement the knowledge they learn as part of the degree programme. GS has been redesigned for the academic year and will focus on the overarching theme of “Law in Arts, Culture and Technnology”. The programme for the year will include workshops, film screenings, panel events and a bookclub. GS requires a coordinator to undertake some of the administrative work involved in the running this project.



This is an evolving role and currently, it is envisaged that the key responsibilities will be the in the following areas:


GS events planner

1) Work with GS Director Dr Marisa McVey and GS Technical Director Mr Richard Summerville to develop new and exciting events for GS and help organise planned projects.


Point of contact for GS participants

2/ Global Skills participants take part in various events, workshops, and student-led activities. The GS Coordinator will be the first point of contact for participants and will manage the GS platform. Typical duties will involve posting events planners to the GS platform, managing the attendance lists, and answering any queries the participants have.


Social media promotion

3/ Attend and promote (through social media) the events that will be run as part of the project. Attendance at every event is not expected but attendance at key events is necessary (usually two events in semester one and two events in semester two).


Application Process

Interested applicants should complete the following online form by Friday 11th August at 12pm 

Application forms available at:




Essential Criteria

Currently involved in postgraduate research within the School and of good academic standing.

  1. Strong organisational skills and the ability to work independently and to deadlines.

  2. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to develop good working relations with colleagues.

PhD candidate working towards PhD not suitable for UG or Masters students



The project will provide the successful candidate with the opportunity to get involved in a key strategic role within the Law School. Moreover, the individual will have the freedom to impact how this project develops over the next year.


Global Skills has strong support from the Head of School in Law and is viewed by staff as an innovative and exciting initiative and so to be a part of this team will add a valuable skillset to a PhD CV including: student mentoring, administrative experience, workshop organisation, project planning and reviewing student projects.


After the completion of 40+ hours of activity students will have the opportunity to submit an application for Researcher Plus Route A or B


The posts will require a commitment of 2-6 hours per week during the academic year for which the post holder will receive a payment of £10.90 per hour.


For any further information required, please contact Dr Marisa McVey (


Part-Time Porter at QBS  - Applicants must be QWORK Compliant 

Availability needed between 08.00 – 18.00 Monday Friday

20 Hours per week

Flexibility is required for evening and weekend work if necessary.


  1. Liaise with Facility and Events Co-Ordinator to provide seamless delivery of classes within the Student Hub, moving partition walls in various spaces to meet timetable requirements.

  2. Re-arrange rooms for meetings, classes, exams, conferences, functions, etc., for internal and external bodies as required.

  3. Provide technical assistance for using equipment, e.g. audio-visual equipment/systems.

  4. Assist with cleaning, storing and restocking teaching equipment, including whiteboards and flipcharts.

  5. As required, assist with the movement of equipment, furniture and posts between buildings on the campus.

  6. Work closely with the reception team and building cleaners/janitor, ensuring all spaces are maintained to the highest possible standard. 


1. Educated to Secondary School level.



1. Educated to Secondary School level.

2. At least 1 year’s work experience in a customer-facing role.

3. Appropriate level of numeracy and literacy skills.

4. Basic knowledge of audio visual equipment.

6. Good communication skills.

7. Good interpersonal skills.

8. Ability to work as part of a team.

9. Casual overtime is available and there is a requirement, from time to time, to work outside normal office hours.


For this role all applicants must be a current Queen's University Belfast student. 

This role promotes and provides administrative and operational assistance for Queen's Sport events and activities. This may include jobs such as

- Social Media Posts

- Operational Set up and support of programmes such as Recreational Soccer Leagues

- Assisting with operational support for Performance Sports Games at Upper Malone Playing Field

- You will be supporting the Queen's Sport Development team in the delivery of their programmes



- No essential qualifications required



- Social Media Training

- Sports Leader/ Coaching Award

- First Aid



- Knowledge and enthusiasm for sport and fitness. 



- Knowledge of Queen's Sport events and Programmes both Participation and Performance

- Experience leading out on a physical activity/ sports programme

For this role all applicants must be a current Queen's University Belfast Student.

This role promote and provide administrative and operational assistance for Active Campus events and activities. This may include jobs such as:

- Social Media Posts

- Operational set up and support of Active Campus programmes and events such as Halloween Dodgeball and Staff Badminton. 

- Assist with Information events about Active Campus both on the Main Campus of QUB and other Queen's Sport sites

Through this role you will be supporting the Participation team of the Queen's Sport Development Team in their delivery of Active Campus Programmes. 



- No Essential qualifications needed



- Social Media Training

Sport Leader/ Coaching Award

- First Aid Training



- Knowledge and enthusiasm for sport and fitness



- Knowledge of Queen's Sport's Active Campus Programme

- Experience in delivering Fitness or Sport Programmes to Adults, Students or Children