Student Content Coordinators are current students at UWE Bristol
who assist our marketing and social media teams to create content
for our channels, to help prospective students gain an
understanding of what life is like at university.
As a student content coordinator, you’ll get paid to share your
own university experiences, while gaining CV-boosting skills.
Whichever course you’re studying, or your interests, we’d love
to hear from you. And don’t worry if you don’t have any experience,
as we’ll provide training.
What the role involves
As a student content coordinator, you could get involved in:
- photo/film shoots
- live social media Q&A sessions
- creating case studies about you and your course
- social media takeovers
- blogging and vlogging.
See what content our other students have created about life at UWE Bristol.
When we have opportunities available, you will be able to find
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions.
Who can apply?
To apply, you must be a current UWE Bristol
student with the right to work in the UK.
Can international students
Yes, however it is your responsibility to
check if you have the right to work in the UK. It is also your
responsibility to check and adhere to any work limitations which
may be set out on any UK visa/right to work documents you
What happens once I've submitted my
After the closing date, your application
will be considered and if successful, you’ll be invited to an
informal group interview.
How will I be paid?
You will be paid by BACS directly into your
bank account and therefore need to complete a bank details form at
the start of their employment. It is your responsibility to submit
timesheets for work you have completed.
How much will I be paid?
You'll be paid £9 per hour.
What will I gain from
You’ll gain CV-boosting skills, build your
confidence and work on projects that have a real impact. You’ll
also develop your creativity and communications skills, and have
the opportunity to work with filming equipment and social media
Will I get any support?
Yes of course. We’ll always talk through
projects and expectations, and our door is always open if you want
to discuss anything with us. We’ll also work directly with you on
Is there training to become a
Student Content Coordinator?
Yes! Successful candidates will be invited
to attend a training day, and we’ll provide advice and guidance on
Who will I work with?
You’ll likely work with other students from
across different courses and campuses, as well as staff from the
Social Media, Multimedia and Marketing teams.
Is there a uniform/dress
No; we want you to be yourself!
What will my working hours
It’s flexible and fits around your studies.
Student Content Coordinators are casual workers, and as a casual
worker we’re not obliged to offer you any work nor are you obliged
to accept any. You can decide how much you want to do.
Will I be able to get a reference
once I’ve finished working as a Student Content
Yes – we can provide references upon