Part time: Monday to Wednesday
Vacancy - Digital Marketing Assistant
We are seeking a dynamic, creative and enthusiastic Digital Marketing Assistant to join our busy team. As the University’s extra-curricular arts programme, we present a wide range of artistic outputs throughout the year for students, staff and the wider community. This includes live performances, evening classes, hands-on workshops, exhibitions, talks, screenings and more.
We are looking to appoint a capable individual to help us deliver our digital marketing activity across a range of platforms in order to raise awareness, maximize attendance and develop our profile locally and nationally. This includes social media, email marketing and website management.
If you believe you have the skills and the drive to excel in this role then we would love to hear from you. Find out more and apply online by going to the Loughborough University recruitment portal and searching by job title for Digital Marketing Assistant.
The role is offered as a part-time (22.5 hours per week) position on Administrative Grade 3, £18,009- £20,130 per annum, pro-rata for part-time.
We welcome applications from those with disabilities and from culturally diverse backgrounds.
For informal enquiries, please email Nick Slater, LU Arts Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: Monday 20 September 2021
LU Arts Student Team
We employ a number of students on a casual basis to help support the delivery of our programme. This includes technical support, a photographer and marketing/social media content support.
For 2021/22 we have the following vacancies:
- Speech Bubble Co-Ordinator
- Technical Support
- Open Mic Music Night Co-Ordinator
You can find out more about these roles and how to apply here. The application deadline for all these roles is in October 2021 - see individual roles for exact dates.
You can see the current members of our Student Team below.
We also have an opppportunity to earn money as an arts worker, running art or craft workshops for other students:
Creative skill share
Would you like to run an arts workshop? Do you have a creative skill you could teach others? We are always looking to add students to our pool of arts workers. We will give you training in how to run a workshop (including online workshops) and then pay you for any workshops we book you for. Find out more about our creative skill share.
I am a third year Mechanical Engineering student, who has just got back from a work placement year within the heavylift and transport industry. I have arts background within theatre lighting and sound and have pursued this throughout university working for both LSU Crew at major events within the Students Union and occasional shows with Stage Society.
Outside of work, I’m normally found rock climbing, mountaineering or adventuring in the most remote part of the country I can find!
I'm a creative writing MA student, I write poetry about the chaotic confusion of being alive and plays that force you to confront the chaos head on. I love anything hard-hitting, experimental and vulnerable. I have a lot of experience running lights and sound for all kinds of creative events, but in my spare time I run a student focused alternative theatre company called Beacon Productions. We focus on experimenting with as many forms of mixed mediums to create performance pieces that discuss the things in life that can both connect and alienate us all.
I am a second-year student studying Biological Sciences. I've been a photographer for six years now and help run the photography society here at Loughborough as the media secretary. I have explored many different types of photography over the years and have worked for companies taking photos at equestrian competitions, as I am a horse rider myself. I've also covered family events such as christenings and parties.
When I haven't got a camera in my hand, I also love to keep my creative side in touch with painting and drawing.
Speech Bubble Co-ordinator
I am an MSc student at Loughborough University London studying Risk, Governance & International Management. Having learnt the piano from a young age, I soon grew a significant interest in artistic performance. During my teens, this interest grew, and I immersed myself in spoken word and poetry. I have experience in events management during my time as an undergraduate, and I am now in the works of setting up a music production company with two friends.
Speech Bubble Co-ordinator
I am a doctoral researcher at Loughborough University, conducting a practice-led PhD in creative writing as Other. I began studying creative writing forms during my Media and Communications BA at Goldsmiths University of London, where I specialised in Script and Prose. I also hold an MA from the University of Leeds in Writing for Performance and Publication.
My interest in spoken word began when I attended a performance poetry night hosted by poetry collective Bang Said the Gun, whom I have remained in contact with.
I’m passionate about all forms of creative writing from page to stage and I’m looking forward to working closely with LU Arts this year.