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The Improving Mental Health through Partnerships Project is looking to recruit a small team of Student Content Creators with an interest in supporting us to develop communications and digital content around the topic of student mental health.
With students at the heart of this project, this role is designed to allow us to co-produce student facing content and to make sure your voice is central to our communications. The student team will work closely with the Project Team and the University’s Wellbeing Advisors to, first plan when and how content could be created to support student mental health, and then to contribute regular written and visual content to be shared across a variety of platforms.
We want high quality content focused upon mental health topics that students tell us are important to them. All content whether written or visual should be researched, varied and informative. You will also be encouraged to liaise with the wider student body to give students who wish for their voice to be heard an opportunity to contribute and create.
This is an excellent opportunity to share your perspective on student mental health and to be involved with the University.
You will be asked to commit to 2-10 hours per month and will be paid at £9.51 (+12.07% holiday entitlement) per hour. The role will end no later than June 2022.
Further details about how to apply can be found here. You can also email the team at email@example.com for further details.
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