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Student Engagement Officer

Fixed Term Contract – Part-time (Maternity Leave appointment)

(Internal Applicants only) 

The Murdoch University Guild of Students are seeking an experienced and motivated person to join the Projects Office in the part-time role of Student Engagement Officer.  Murdoch Guild clubs enhance campus culture providing vibrancy and diversity. The primary purpose of this role is to coordinate and support Guild affiliated clubs and societies on campus.  This will include assisting clubs with grant applications and working within prescribed budgets and assisting the Projects Office with all logistical aspects of Murdoch Guild events including layout, setup, utilities and any other special practical requirements.  Additionally, this role oversees the coordination of the Volunteering Ventures Program

This position is for a fixed term of one year covering a period of maternity leave.

Student Engagement Coordinator PD 2022.1

Remuneration: Level 4.1 – $73,081.92

Plus 10% employer superannuation

To apply for this position please forward a copy of your current Curriculum Vitae to and with a separate document addressing the selection criteria which is included in the attached Position Description.

Applications close June 20th at 9:00am.  No late applications will be accepted.

The Guild is an equal opportunity employer

Calling All Student Artists!

Murdoch Guild is looking to build a gallery of painted artworks. If you are a student at Murdoch University with artistic talent, we would like to get to know you!

We’re looking to commission students to create a series of custom canvas painted art. We will collaborate with the artist on a theme/ topic, however will endeavour to give the artist as much creative control as possible.

Please introduce yourself and send through some examples of your previous artworks to to be considered.

Guild Tavern Cook

The Murdoch Guild Tavern is run by the Murdoch Guild of Students and is seeking Cook to assist the Tavern Management and are committed to providing quality service to students and the university community. This role will be responsible for overseeing the cooling, assembly and packaging of Kababs in the kitchen together with fresh fried chips, working predominantly Monday – Friday, 10:30-3pm, a casual position and mainly but not limited to University during teaching weeks

This is a unique position that would suit someone who is a student, (job share available) or has family commitments and only wishes to work during University semesters with Christmas, January, evenings and weekends free.

Key responsibilities of the role:

  • Prepare, cook and package Kebabs (chicken or lamb or falafel)
  • Fry, season and package chips
  • Ensure that all food is cooked and presented to the highest standard with minimum wastage.
  • Label and date of all food items with date opened/arrived and expiry
  • Commitment to a high level of customer service.
  • Ensure adequate stock levels are maintained
  • Deliveries are checked.
  • Minimize wastage and stock loss.
  • Ensure preparation areas are clean and OH & S standards are followed.
  • Comply with relevant food and beverage hygiene standards.
  • Essential: Food service experience.
  • Desirable: Responsible Service of Alcohol

Salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply for this position please send a covering letter outlining your experience, and a current resume that includes the names and contact details of at least 2 referees to: Evan Battalis, General Manager at

Current Police Clearance and Working with Children checks are required.

The Guild is an equal opportunity employer

Casual Staff (Guild Outlets)

Express your interest for casual positions at our cafes and tavern through the form below.