Paid student opportunity: become a Student Life Content Creator

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This position is paid through Campus Jobs at £9.51 per hour and is flexible around your studies! APPLY TODAY.

Do you have a passion for social media? Are you interested in sharing your student experience? The Student Communications Team are currently looking for aspiring, enthusiastic content creators to join their 2022/23 team of UoR Student Life Content Creators.

What does the role involve?

The Student Communications Team communicate to current University of Reading students via a range of digital channels: The UoR Student app, Me@Reading Student, Essentials, UoR Student Life Instagram and Twitter, a blog, a digital screen, and YouTube channel. The team shares a wide range of informative and interesting student topics, and this role will be crucial in showing life as a student, creating belonging, and showcasing the range of support on offer at The University of Reading.

This exciting role will involve writing student-friendly blog content for our UoR Student Life blog, student takeovers via UoR Student Life Instagram, and outreach: promoting channels, initiatives and information including Me@Reading Student, The UoR Student app, UoR Student Life channels and the Essentials website.

You will have excellent written communication skills, good attention to detail, interest in diverse student topics, and be willing to record yourself and others for student takeovers. By using your experience as a student at The University of Reading you will help us to ensure that our content is engaging, interesting, timely and relevant for current University of Reading students.

How do I apply?

If you are interested in this opportunity, the deadline for applications is 3rd August 2022.


The University of Reading is committed to providing an inclusive environment that offers equal opportunities for all.  We place great value on diversity and are seeking to increase the diversity within our community.  We particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities.

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