Student Ambassadors for Marketing, Recruitment and Communications team

Two roles

Are you interested in earning while you learn, gaining valuable work experience, and developing new skills?

Then please explore two paid roles at the University, Digital Ambassador and Student Recruitment Ambassador, working with a vibrant Marketing, Recruitment and Communications team.

Digital Ambassadors

The RAUL Digital Ambassador scheme is a chance for you to showcase your creativity, gain work experience, explore your interests, and share what being a RAUL student means to you. We want you to create content across video, social media, blogs, photography and audio.

We employ talented students to represent RAUL throughout the year across our social media channels and the ‘I am Richmond’ blog. As a RAUL Digital Ambassador, you will join a vibrant Marketing, Recruitment and Communications team and help

  • social media coverage for RAUL events such as open days, vox pop events, public lectures etc
  • showcase the RAUL story through the ‘I am Richmond’ blog
  • support promoting RAUL across social media channels including microblogging, student takeovers and messaging
  • work towards increasing Richmond’s share of voice and content engagement (likes, shares and positive comments)

Student Recruitment Ambassadors

Being a Student Ambassador is an excellent way to earn while you learn, gain valuable work experience, develop new skills, and build your future network. Student Ambassadors will have the opportunity to work with people of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds and it is an excellent way of demonstrating your communication and team-building skills, working on a variety of events, both on campus and around London.

Ideally, you will be passionate about RAUL and eager to share your best uni experiences with prospective students, overseas visitors, and school leavers, through a range of activities:

  • Deliver campus tours
  • Help with open days and other on-campus events
  • Give presentations in schools and colleges
  • Represent RAUL at HE Fairs
  • Online web chats
  • Telephone calls to applicants

Commitment required
The post is completely flexible around your studies as academic commitments should come first. Student Ambassadors will be informed of events such as Open Days and Applicant Days taking place each semester and can sign up to work as desired. International students should ensure that they are not working more than the maximum number of hours as detailed on their visa during term-time.

Next steps
If you feel you have a strong community spirit and you are keen to work together with Richmond as a Digital Ambassador or Student Recruitment Ambassador, we would like to hear from you!

Please email the Marketing, Recruitment and Communications team for more details.