Become a Campus Ambassador
The role of a Campus Ambassador is to raise the profile of Ark Teacher Training on your university campus, encouraging current students to apply for our graduate scheme. You will take the lead in delivering this – through social media, on-campus events and networks in societies & sports clubs.
The role is a part-time paid position, based on your university campus.
As well as supporting our mission, being a Campus Ambassador enables you to earn money in a role that is flexible around your studies and timetable.
For those interested in teaching, it is a great opportunity to engage with our network of schools and our teacher training programme– indeed Campus Ambassadors who meet the minimum academic requirements will be fast tracked to the interview stage of the application process.
If you are not pursuing a career in teaching, becoming a Campus Ambassador is a fantastic chance to enhance your CV, as you will gain invaluable experience of events management, advertising and brand management. This can be particularly useful for students looking for a career in PR or marketing
We have Campus Ambassador vacancies at the following universities:
- University of Birmingham
- University of Bristol
- University of Cambridge
- University of Durham
- University of Exeter
- University of Leeds
- Queen Mary University London
- University of Sheffield
- University of Southampton
- University of Warwick
To apply to become a Campus Ambassador, we would like you to send us your CV and a cover letter highlighting why this role is of interest to you and why you think you would be a strong candidate. To do this, please use our online portal.
We are recruiting to these posts on a rolling basis so we encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible.
If you are successful at this stage, you will be invited to our one-stage interview process, which we will conduct via Skype.
If you are appointed to the position, you will take part in our training day at our Head Office in London, taking place in September, ahead of the start of the academic year.