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Student Media Development Co-Ordinator (Graduate Role)

The student Media Development Co-Ordinators role combines media law troubleshooting with co-creating an annual events calendar, looking for opportunities to raise the profile of student groups, and facilitating media groups’ collaborations with each other and the university.

You will be organising (and sometimes attending!) relevant industry training, working with external organisations e.g, breaking news workshops, media law training and session son content creation.

This role will suit you if you would like the variety of being involved in coaching students to fulfil creative and journalistic ambitions, developing documents to promote learning and knowledge haring and planning training and events that positively contribute to our students experience. You will always have the right support around you to to do your job well and will see students flourish through their engagement in our media groups, directly contributing to an outstanding student experience.

Eligibility

You must be a UoM graduate, graduating between December 2023 and July 2024. All other applications aren’t eligible and won’t be considered. Applicants should have the relevant skills and experience and be eligible to work in the UK.

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DASS Support Worker (Note Taker)

Are you a University of Manchester student on an undergraduate course 2nd year or above, a postgraduate course or a recent graduate looking to gain valuable on-campus experience and contribute positively to the lives of others? Become part of the Disability Advisory and Support Service (DASS) as a student support worker – notetaker and transcription.

As a notetaker you’ll support a wide range of students who are registered with the DASS service. In this role you’ll be responsible for taking accurate and detailed notes for students in lectures, seminars and tutorials. You’ll also be listening to recorded audio or video and transcribing the content into students’ preferred format and style. You’ll gain valuable experience and transferable skills, to support you now and in the future.

This opportunity is available across all academic disciplines, offering an ideal balance between work and study, with flexible hours to accommodate your academic schedule!

Salary:

This position pays £12.46 per hour + holiday pay.

Apply:

To apply, please complete the application form by Midnight on Monday 27th May. You can complete the application form by clicking here.

Interview and practical assessment:

We will require you to be available for an in-person interview on Monday 10th or Tuesday 11th June (you’ll be allocated an interview slot if your application is successful) and an in person practical assessment on Wednesday 12th June..

Essential and Mandatory training:

Successful candidates are required to attend remote training on Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th August and remote notetaking training on Thursday 8th or Friday 9th August (a date will be confirmed if you’re successful at interview).

Don’t let this chance pass by, seize the opportunity to gain invaluable experience, create a positive impact, and support others.

Job Description

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DASS Support Worker (Practical)

Are you seeking a fulfilling and impactful job on campus? Join the Disability Advisory and Support Service (DASS) as a practical support worker. Your role can truly make a real and meaningful difference to the lives of Disabled students.

We are seeking Student Support Workers to offer practical assistance. Your primary responsibility will involve providing dedicated support to autistic students and those with mental health difficulties while they transition into University life. This role offers opportunities to enhance your employability and develop key transferable skills such as communication, organisation, time-management, active listening, empathy and problem-solving.

There are various work options available throughout the year, allowing you to select times which fit your schedule best. By applying for this role, you are committing to being available to work throughout the academic year 2024-25.

What are you going to do?

Your responsibilities will include meeting students during welcome week, accompanying them to various activities at the beginning of the academic year. Assisting them to locate their classes, libraries, the AGLC and quieter areas of the campus, including cafes.

The position is open to all University of Manchester Postgraduate students, 2024 graduates and undergraduate students going into year 2 or above. This opportunity is open to applicants of all degree disciplines.

Salary:

This position pays £12.46 per hour + holiday pay.

Apply

To apply, please complete the application form by Midnight on Monday 27th May. You can complete the application form by clicking here.

Interview and practical assessment:

We will require you to be available for an in-person interview on Monday 10th or Tuesday 11th June (you’ll be allocated an interview slot if your application is successful) and an in person practical assessment on Wednesday 12th June.

Essential and Mandatory training:

Successful candidates are required to attend training on Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th August.

Don’t let this chance pass by, seize the opportunity to gain invaluable experience, create a positive impact, and support others.

Job Description

Please read the job description here.

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Student Media Development Co-Ordinator (Graduate Role)

CompanyManchester Students Union LocationManchester Student Union Salary£23,320 / Year ContractFull Time, Fixed Term Until 31st July 2025 Closing date 10/06/2024

DASS Support Worker (Note Taker)

CompanyDisability Advisory Support Service (UoM) LocationCampus Salary£12.46 per hour + holiday pay ContractZero Hours Closing date 27/05/2024

DASS Support Worker (Practical)

CompanyDisability Advisory Support Service (UoM) LocationCampus Salary£12.46 per hour + holiday pay ContractZero Hours Closing date 27/05/2024