Student Ambassador

Job Description

Calling all Queen's students!



We at Careers, Employability & Skills at Queen's University Belfast want to capture your unique personalities and vibrant faces during a two-day photoshoot at One Elmwood student centre.



Don't miss this opportunity to shine, make new friends, and build your modelling portfolio.



Plus, you'll be paid for your time, and you'll enjoy a complimentary lunch (for students who are there for the whole day).



It's a win-win! Sign up now with no qualifications required.



Join us for both days at One Elmwood Student Centre, or half days on Monday, 10 June and Tuesday, 11 June 2024, and help us showcase some real student faces.



We have two work slots available each day, both three-hour shifts from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm.



We may also photograph in other parts of the main University campus area on the days, but most of the time will be spent at One Elmwood.



The Careers Marketing team will contact students who sign up for a shift and ask them to fill out a form to confirm their attendance and a consent form for their images taken on the days to be used in Queen's University Belfast print and online promotional materials.



The Careers Marketing team will be present throughout both days to oversee the photoshoots and take care of the students.



Students will be paid via QWork for the hours that they attend.



Qualifications

No qualifications required.



Skills

Students must be current Queen's University Belfast students. 



Students must have good timekeeping skills as we will have a lot to do within the shift timeslots.



Students must also be comfortable being photographed during the shift, both in student group settings and on their own.



Students must be able to follow instructions from the photographer and be available for the full-time shift they sign up for.



Students must be comfortable with the images of them taken on the day to be used in various Queen's University Belfast print and online promotional materials.



Teamwork skills are necessary, as you will work with other students throughout the project.



If students are attending on both days, please ensure to wear different clothes on the second day to enhance the variety of the images taken at the photoshoot.



Please wear whatever clothes you would normally wear to University lectures, but no slogans.

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Key Responsibilities 



   - Assist in the creation, organization, and maintenance of comprehensive project documentation, including research notes, reports, and summaries.



   - Ensure all documentation is accurate, up-to-date, and adheres to the required standards and formats.



   - Collect, organize, and manage qualitative and quantitative data related to the research project.



   - Draft and edit documents such as short reports and blogs.



   - Proofread and format documents to ensure clarity, coherence, and consistency.



   - Work closely with the researcher to understand project goals and requirements.



Qualifications

Undergraduate course completed 



Skills

- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and familiarity with documentation management tools.



- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.



- Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy in documentation.



- Strong organizational and time management skills.



- Ability to work collaboratively with a research team and independently as needed.

Dissemination activities for ACD Website



Qualifications

Past experience working with ACDs as detailed in Experience/ Skills Required.  Bachelors degree.  



Skills

Must have experience of ACDs, both knowing what they are, and have experience of working with ACDs and the various stakeholders working on ACDs. Also need understanding of King's systems and support departments.  Also need marketing experience.  Please write me a short note detailing your experience in these areas.  

POST: AHSS Student Skills Assisant x 12 (Specialists in Digital, Academic, Employability/Transversal skills)



SCHOOL/DEPT: AHSS Faculty Office



DURATION: Fixed Term until 30th June 2025 (with the possibility of contract extension through to August 2025)



WAGE: £19.23 per hour (Salary may increase as of August 2024 but will be commensurate with Queen's University's Agenda for Change)



CLOSING DATE: Midnight on Sunday16th June 2024



EXPECTED INTERVIEW DATES: Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th June 2024



NO. OF HOURS PER WEEK: Minimum of 8 hours per week (with the possibility of 10/week)



JOB TITLE: AHSS Student Skills Assisant



QUESTION? Informal queries can be directed to Aileen Carson (Employability and Skills Development Officer with AHSS) a.carson@qub.ac.uk.



 



JOB SUMMARY:



We are looking for 12 exceptional students to join our Student Skills Development Team in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS). As part of a dedicated team of Student Assistants, you'll provide peer-to-peer support and training for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students, and to promote the student skills agenda.



The team will be made up of Digital (x4), Academic (x4) and Employability/Transversal (x4) assistants* to form the ‘Student Skills Development Team’ who will then be split into 3 sub-teams supporting either Undergraduate (UG), Post Graduate Taught (PGT), or Post Graduate Research (PGR) students across the faculty. Your responsibilities will include organising events, delivering training, offering support through 1-2-1s and group drop-in sessions, and creating engaging learning guides in written and video formats. Additionally, as a member to the Student Skills Development Team, you will actively represent the student voice in important committees and working groups, contributing to decisions that shape the future of student skills development within the AHSS Faculty and the wider university. See a summary of the overall team breakdown below:




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