About the Union
Students' Union at BU Ltd. (SUBU) is an independent charity representing around
19,000 students at the University of Bournemouth.
SUBU is a democratically run organisation, led by a team of four elected sabbatical
officers, who together with a team of permanent staff, are dedicated to making the
lives of Bournemouth University students better.
SUBU’s mission is to support, represent and empower our students.
About the Role
The Student Voice Analyst is responsible for providing data analysis and engaging
with Student Representatives, as well as administrative support across the Student
Voice and Policy Team.
This role involves supporting the development and implementation of the processes
associated with SUBU’s various feedback mechanisms. This includes both routine
and ad-hoc analysis of quantitative and qualitative data of student feedback. The
role involves preparing summaries of the results of data analysis undertaken and,
under the direction of the Student Voice Manager, helping to identify student issues
(positive and negative) and sharing these with relevant SUBU and BU staff.
The role also involves supporting the development of Student Representative
engagement under the direction of the Student Voice Manager. The role includes the
administration of the wider work of the student voice and policy department and
supporting the administration of the Student Representation System.
Person Specification –
Excellent data analysis skills and experience (both qualitative and
- Good report writing skills, including presenting data as charts/ tables
- Working knowledge of online survey mechanisms and data collection.
- Effective administration with ability to deliver multiple tasks
- Diligent with high organisational ability
- Responsive to changing demands
- Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills
- Understanding of working with and engaging volunteers
- Ability to relate to and work with a diverse range of people
- Interested in research and its application
Reporting to: Head of Student Voice and Policy
Place of Work: Student Centre
Hours of Work: Part Time, 20 hours per week, 36 weeks per year, Term Time only considered
Grade: 3 (£19,612 - £23,754 pro-rata)
About the Process
Closing Date – Midday, Friday 26th March 2021
Date of Interviews/assessment: w/c 19th April 2021
Details of process –
If you are interested in this role, please complete an Application Form and
Diversity Monitoring form that can be downloaded below and email it to
CV’s and Covering Letters are not required.
We will not be able to change the interview date so please ensure that you can
attend on the date given.
The Format for this role will be:
All applications will be anonymised
All applications will be first sifted against the key criteria for the role
All applications that pass first sift will be put forward to the recruitment panel
for this role to choose whom they wish to interview
If you have an enquiries regarding this role please contact
All applicants who are chosen for interview will be asked if they require any
reasonable adjustments to accommodate any disabilities.
All applicants will be asked to:
Prepare and present a 10-minute presentation based on analysing a data set which
will be provided in advance of the interview.
Be interviewed by a panel of three people, applicants will be asked the same
questions and each interview should take no more than 45 minutes.
Midday, Friday 26th March 2021
Interviews will be held
w/c 19th April 2021
Duties will commence:
Late April 2021 (details to be confirmed)
To apply: Please forward the completed Application form and Diversity Monitoring