We are launching a huge Student Ambassador campaign with Virgin Media and we’re on the hunt for students to join our team. Together we’re made up of a bunch of fun, friendly and ultrafast students. Students who make up a vital part of the Virgin Media’s student marketing strategy. The role can be done completely online so it’s the perfect job during summer when you want the flexibility to do what you want when you want. Unlike working in a bar, you can literally choose when to work!
We need students to be the face of Virgin Media’s awesome broadband and TV services. We’ll equip you with all the info you need, so that you’ll be the go-to person for all things Virgin Media on your campus. All you have to do is use your gift of the gab, super social media presence and your social skills to earn your title as a Virgin Media master/ambassador.
Kudos to you, but in case you were wondering here’s some of the things we look for in team members.
We need confident, hardworking and ambitious people who can also have a laugh. If you’ve got followers and likes filling your feed, a way with words that can charm whoever you chat to or the drive of a young Richard Branson then kids, look no further.
My top tip is 'Little and often' - staying in the loop with regular updates and also making the most of the opportunity to tailor work to your own strengths and interests. For example, if you're super social media savvy, use that, or if you're a born socialite and event planner use that etc...
Chalrie, University of Leeds
Best thing about being a student ambassador is the ability to fit working around uni work and other events, getting a couple of hours done here and there allows both to fit together really well. My tips would be to get involved with societies and organisations already set up on campus and get along to as many event, big or small as possible.
Sam, University of Glasgow
You put in the hours that you can, when you can. It's also been great having the chance to learn more about how marketing campaigns are run, otherwise have known little about!
Connie, University of Bath