Every year we rely on our enthusiastic and passionate Student Ambassadors to share their first-hand experiences of life as a University of South Wales student.
Attending a variety of events and meeting prospective students, their friends and families, our Student Ambassadors provide a positive and authentic insight into University life.
As a Student Ambassador you will play a vital role in representing the University and recruiting prospective students. You will be given the opportunity to gain valuable experience, and become part of a team committed to inspiring the next generation of students to study at the University of South Wales.
As a Student Ambassador you could be asked to work at a number of on-campus events such as Open Days, Applicant and Interview Days, and Information Fairs.
You will also be given the opportunity to travel, representing the University at off-campus events such as UCAS and HE Fairs, as well as outreach activities with schools and colleges.
Within these events you can work in a variety of roles from meeting and greeting visitors and managing car parking, to providing campus and accommodation tours. You may also be asked to deliver a talk about your subject or your personal experience of student life.
You can download the full Student Ambassador job description here.
Being a Student Ambassador gives you the opportunity to earn money in a role that fits flexibly around your studies. You will be paid a competitive hourly rate: £8.63 per hour (for students under 25) and £9.20 per hour (for students aged 25 and over).
Working in various roles you will gain valuable experience which will help to build your confidence, and develop your interpersonal, leadership and team-working skills.
We will provide you with training to develop your communication and presentation skills, and will work with you to identify how the experience and skills that you have gained as a Student Ambassador, can be applied to your CV and future job applications.
We welcome applications from all current students, and are looking for representatives from all courses and campuses.
We are specifically looking for students who:
1. Submit an application form below detailing how you meet the essential and desirable criteria outlined in the Student Ambassador Person Specification.
2. All shortlisted applicants will be invited to a recruitment session, whereby you will be required to respond to a series of questions and scenarios in groups.
3. Following your performance during the recruitment session, successful students will be invited to a mandatory training session. The training will cover the role and responsibilities, health and safety, safeguarding and work allocation.