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Student Job Opportunities

Student Job Opportunities

The Marketing Department at Northumbria University are looking to hire a number of roles across both the undergraduate and postgraduate marketing teams. The full job description, person specification and application forms can be found below.

Are you a creative individual who wants to share their student journey with prospective students, or maybe you want to work at our Open Day events and chat to new students face-to-face. No matter what your interest, you can find a role that suits your skills and interests.

Digital Content Creators

A unique opportunity to work with the marketing department on producing digital marketing content, including videography, photography and blog posts.

Learn more about the role and how to apply here.

Student Event Representative

Our Student Reps are at the forefront of our on campus events and are an essential in delivering a wide variety of events across the year. You will help to set up and deliver a range of events as part of the wider undergraduate recruitment campaign, encouraging event attendees to study here at Northumbria.

Faculty/Service: Marketing        

Job Title: Events Student Representative

Hourly: From £8.53

Job Purpose: To support the UG/PG Events team with their on-campus events including Open Days, NU Experience Days and Interviews. To act as a point of contact between potential students and to help positively influence them, as well as offering additional support where necessary.

Responsible to: UG Events Support/ PG Event Support

Key Responsibilities:

  • Working with the UG/PG Events team to deliver a programme of events on campus.
  • Representing Northumbria University at on campus events by informing prospective students about the Northumbria University student experience.
  • Delivering engaging and interactive Campus Tours to prospective students/ current undergraduate students and parents/carers, promoting the Northumbria brand and encouraging the recruitment of high quality students from diverse backgrounds.
  • To manage time effectively whilst balancing studies
  • To support with other activities as part of the preparation for the events.

Location: City Campus & Coach Lane Campus

Attendance Requirements: It is recommended that students at the University, and whom the University employs, do not exceed 15 hours per week to avoid interference with their studies.


Undergraduate Outreach Representative

Outreach Representatives will act as an ambassador for undergraduate study at Northumbria University, inspiring and encouraging high school and college students to apply and study at Northumbria.

You will act as a point of contact and an advocate on and off campus, and at various pop-up events. You will be positive and enthusiastic about Higher Education, in particular promoting the excellence of Northumbria University and relating this to your own Higher Education experience.

Postgraduate Outreach Representative

A unique opportunity to work with the University’s Postgraduate Marketing Team. You will act as an ambassador for postgraduate study at Northumbria University, inspiring and encouraging current undergraduate students and other prospective postgraduate students to apply to study at Northumbria.

 You will act as a point of contact and an advocate on campus, leading a range of pop-up events, both in lectures and central student spaces. You will be positive and enthusiastic about Higher Education, in particular promoting the excellence of Northumbria and relating this to your own personal Higher Education journey.

If you think you’ve got the skills and a desire to work in a marketing environment, or have a passion and commitment for postgraduate study at Northumbria, we want to hear from you. Hourly rate is £8.53 or £9.10 (for over 25s). Office hours will be negotiable around your timetable but a commitment of 10-15 hours per month over the next ten months is anticipated.

Please note that shortlisted applicants will be invited to give a small presentation on Thursday 10th October and successful applicants are expected to attend a mandatory training session on Saturday 19th October.

If you have any enquires please contact, before Wednesday 2nd October.

Download the job description for more information here.

Click here to apply now!

NECOP Mentors

NECOP Mentors will act as ambassadors for Higher Education study generally within the North East, working to inspire and inform high school students about the opportunities to study beyond school and how this could help with their career aspirations.

You will deliver a mentoring and engagement programme with partnered NECOP schools for students in Years 9-13, working with small groups of students and all resources and content will be provided. There are also opportunities to support on campus and also regional events and challenges!

Click here to apply now!

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