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Communications Assistant (x2)
Communications Assistant Job Description
We are looking for a talented and proactive student to join our Communications team on a part-time basis. We’re searching for an individual who can independently, visually document a variety of LSESU activities and events, through social media, photography and videography, to a high standard. You will be responsible for producing compelling, informative student-focused content, and will work with us on exploring and interpreting effective ways to engage students.
This is the ideal opportunity for someone with a passion for visual communications and sharing the student experience with a wide variety of audiences, as well as individuals with high attention to detail.
Please note - this role can vary in time and location, with some events taking place in the evening or off-campus.
To apply for this role please complete both the Student Staff application form and an equal opportunities monitoring form, which can be downloaded from the top of this page, and submit to email@example.com by Friday 22nd June 2018.
If you wish to informally discuss the role, please get in touch with Jasmeet Chana, Communications Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a chat.
Closing date: Friday 6th July, 2018
Interview date: Thursday 12th July and Friday 13th July, 2018
Note - if you are not available in person on the above dates, we can arrange a skype interview.
Contract Start Date: w/c September 3rd, 2018
Student Welcome Volunteer
Supported by: Student Opportunities Coordinator
- To welcome new and returning students to LSE during Welcome Week.
- To be a visible and friendly face in and around campus during Welcome Week.
- To support students through Welcome Week.
- To lead events around campus and in London.
Overview of role:
We are looking for volunteers who have an interest in getting more students involved in the Students’ Union and would like to develop their leadership skills. You will contribute to the overall aim of Welcome Week ‘to make students feel welcome at LSE’, get students involved in the Students’ Union, and make Welcome Week accessible to all our students.
- Helping to organise and lead events around campus and in London
- Consider the safety of all students, including yourself and fellow volunteers
- Promoting the Students’ Union around LSE
- Supporting new students to settle into LSE
- Recording attendances and reporting these to staff
- Helping to shape the future programme
- Carry out all duties you are assigned as per your individual schedule and attend any meetings requested, whenever possible. If you cannot attend or fulfil the duties in your timetable, please ensure apologies are given in advance.
Skills and Qualities:
- Experience of leading a group or organising an activity
- Ability to motivate and enthuse others
- Understanding of the role and importance of the Students’ Union
- Organised and reliable
- Flexible approach
- Confident public speaker
- Free Welcome Team branded stash
- Travel expenses for all journeys related to the programme
- Free tickets and queue jump to Welcome Week Saucy
- Expenses for food and drink whilst working (up to a set amount)
- Free Welcome Fair goody bag
- Training which contributes to the LSESU Leadership Accreditation
The deadline for applications is 9am, Monday 20th August 2018
For more information please go to: https://www.lsesu.com/activities/welcometeam/