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Strand Open Day - 14th October

€ 26,286 - € 26,286 per a:3:{s:8:"en_title";s:3:"day";s:8:"es_title";s:3:"day";s:8:"fr_title";s:3:"day";}
 

Job Description

Dear ambassadors,



We are looking to hire undergraduate subject ambassadors for the Open Day event at the Strand campus, taking place on 14th October 2023, 9-5pm (estimated times). 



This is a wonderful opportunity for you to meet new students who may be planning to apply to King’s and to share your positive experiences about your course, provide advice and guidance and represent the university. 



You may be required to take part in group discussions, meet and greet prospective students, assist with pre/post event set up and participate in a subject talks and Q&As. You will be paid for your time on King’s Talent Bank.  



You will be sent briefing information via email ahead of the event to ensure you feel comfortable and prepared to join us! 

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We are seeking a talented and innovative Content Creator with a proven track record in producing engaging and informative content to support the King’s Business School (KBS) Careers team.



KBS Careers support undergraduate and postgraduate students with their careers; we help our students explore career routes, assist them to become as competitive as possible in selection processes and provide experiential learning opportunities.



We want to evolve our provision to appeal and inform our students in the most engaging and relevant way and are searching for a Video Creator to conceptualising, shoot, and edit videos to appeal to our student profile.



 



Responsibilities:



Content Ideation and Planning:




  • Develop creative and compelling video concepts related to careers and employability topics

  • Collaborate with the Careers team to transform our current content into a more digital format, whilst linking to our wider Business School brand and ethos



Scripting and Storyboarding:




  • Write clear and concise scripts that effectively communicate concepts in an accessible manner.

  • Create storyboards to visualize the flow and structure of the videos.



Video Production:




  • Shoot, direct, and produce high-quality videos and utilise expertise in cinematography to enhance visual storytelling.



Editing and post-production:




  • Edit videos to ensure they meet the highest standards for quality and creativity.

  • Incorporate graphics, animations, and other visual elements to enhance the educational value of the content.



Platform Optimization:




  • Optimize videos for various platforms, considering best practices for YouTube, LinkedIn, and other social media channels.



Audience Engagement:




  • Monitor and respond to audience feedback and comments on video platforms.

  • Implement strategies to increase subscriber numbers and viewer engagement.



 



Qualifications

  • Degree completed or currently studying in a relevant field (e.g., Film Production, Media Studies, Computer Science) or equivalent work experience



Skills

ualifications:




  • Proven experience as in video content creation

  • Proficiency in video editing software (e.g., Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro).

  • Knowledge of current trends in video production and social media platforms.

  • Excellent storytelling and scriptwriting skills.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively

  • An understanding of the role of a Careers team within Higher Education would be advantageous

Research assistance on public international law as well as help relating to events of the Shell Lectureship



Qualifications

LL.B. Or equivalent, word, excel



Skills

Knowledge in public international law, e.g. general PIL and trade

Are you a 2nd year international undergraduate student? Did you attend International Orientation back in September 2022? 



King’s is running focus group to gain insight from undergraduate students who may have attended International Orientation back in the past to see how this event prepared you for your time at King’s + how we can improve this event in the future. 



This focus group will run online via MS TEAMS on Friday 8th March 11-12.30pm. You will be paid for your time. 



You do not need to upload a copy of your CV for this job.




Qualifications

Current 2nd year international undergraduate student.



Skills

Current 2nd year international undergraduate student.

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