Interested students should apply via QWork at the link below. Cover letters should clearly answer the applications outlined, and evidence clearly how you meet the essential criteria, and any of the desirable criteria if relevant.
The application consists of the following elements:
- Submit applications through QWork
- Shortlisting panel will review and shortlist applicants based on their ability to meet the essential and potentially the desirable criteria
- Shortlisted candidates will be invited to take part in a short interview
- Interviews will be held
- Successful candidates will be offered one of the three posts available
Existing QWork users can log-in to their account and apply, and new users are able to create a free account to apply. Please allow plenty of time to complete your application, as late applications will not be accepted.
We would advise completing drafts of your written application in a word processing software (e.g. Microsoft Word etc.) rather than directly into the cover letter field of QWork. Once submitted, you will not be able to make amendments to your application.
Within the Cover Letter please explicitly answer the following questions. Please pay particular regard to the Essential and Desirable Criteria. The Shortlisting panel use these criteria to determine your eligibility. It is therefore essential that you provide sufficient evidence of how you meet the criteria.
Suggested word limits have been included to offer guidance on a suitable length. Please note these are suggestions, and not concrete deadlines. It is important that you feel your answers suitably evidence how you meet the criteria.
Question 1: Please confirm that you are an international student (a Student Visa holder).
Question 2: Please outline your student number, current course, year, and level of study (example: 40123456, Level 2, Undergraduate, BSc Biological Sciences).
Question 3: Events: What experience and/or knowledge do you have in working as part of a group to deliver an event (examples: clubs and societies events, social gatherings, school events). (Suggested word limit: 100-200 words)
Question 4: Promotion tactics: Please describe what experience do you have of coordinating social media accounts, or content used to promote events and initiatives? e.g. websites, posters, event promotion (Suggested word limit: 100-200 words)
Question 5: Ambassadorial duties: Please outline what experience you have of performing ambassador duties, representing an organisation or service, or communicating with peers on a personal or individual, communicating shared experiences basis (Suggested word limit: 100-200 words)
Question 6: Please outline your current plans for travelling to Belfast ahead of the 2022-23 academic year. What date do you plan to arrive in Belfast? (The responses to this question will not be used for shortlisting purposes, but will help to give the panel a sense of how the successful applicants will be able to perform duties within the first few weeks. *Please do not change or alter any travel plans throughout any stage of this recruitment exercise.*) (Suggested word limit: 1-2 sentences).
Question 7: Please confirm that you are available to take part in mandatory paid training during week commencing 22 August 2022. (Suggested word limit: 1-2 sentences).