Uni Connect Programme Student Ambassador

University of Worcester
April 14, 2024
Offerd Salary:£11.44
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Contract Type:Fixed Term Ends 31/
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Uni Connect Programme Student Ambassador Regional Engagement Location: St John's Campus

Post Type: Hourly Paid Hourly Rate: £11.44 per hour plus £1.60 holiday pay Contract Type: Fixed Term - Ends 31/07/2024 Advertised On: Friday 22 March 2024 Closing Date: Sunday 14 April 2024 Reference: RE2401

We are looking for a highly motivated University of Worcester student who has a desire to enhance their administration skills to support our friendly team with admin-based tasks as part of the Aimhigher project.

Working as part of the Aimhigher project means supporting young people to make informed decisions about their future, recording their engagement with the programme on our central database and evaluating the impact our work has had throughout the academic year. Your role will be to assist the existing team with completing office based, administrative tasks including, but not limited to, uploading registers to the Aimhigher database, collating and summarising post-event evaluations, upkeeping of daily administration and supporting the team with other tasks related to events, such as Taster Days.

This role will provide you with the opportunity to develop yourself both personally and professionally, enhancing transferrable skills that will look great on your CV for future employment. As a team consisting of recent graduates, we understand how important it is to make time for your studies, so the time you work with us will be flexible to accommodate this.

For any informal queries about this vacancy please contact Abbie Caddick (Uni Connect Programme Outreach Officer and Student Ambassador Manager) at [email protected].

Further details: Job Description Person Specification

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