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Become a Community Facilitator

Applications are now open.  

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 Become a Community Facilitator!

Community Facilitators are returning undergraduate students and post graduate students who are living in our Residences to build a fun, inclusive and friendly community. This is a unique position as you will be employed by King’s as a member of staff, while being a student; allowing you the opportunity to interact with various members of staff and faculty at the university. Through the planning and hosting of events in the residence halls you will be able to create a fun and inclusive community for our students to call home and provide the best student experience for KCL students across central London.


What our CFs have to say about the job

I love being able to share my knowledge about King's, university in general and the independence that I learnt in my first year.

Stamford Street Apartments CF

I’ve had such great and memorable experiences during my time here in London and many are in part due to being a CF.

F. R.
Angel Lane CF

Perks of the role

On top of being super popular with your fellow residents, you will:

  • Earn a decent wage
  • Run community events
  • Receive training that is highly valued by employers
  • Meet a whole bunch of people that works in Residences and the King’s (aka network!)
  • Boost your CVs by having your achievements recorded through HEAR!

Explore King’s

Accommodation Take a look at our comfortable, safe residences to suit your budget, located close to King's teaching campuses.
Student life Art, food, music, shopping – you'll never find yourself with nothing to do in the world's most vibrant city.
Extra-curricular Discover the huge variety of extra-curricular opportunities at King’s, from MOOCs to language courses.
London living With four campuses by the River Thames and one in south London, King's is right in the heart of the capital.

Next steps

View a prospectus

Learn more about the degree programmes on offer at King's. Download or view a prospectus in PDF format.

Undergraduate prospectus

Postgraduate guide