We are looking to grow our Campus Family to correlate with our new campaign with our client Cheddar! This is the perfect role for those who are looking for a part time role that is a little more laid back than your average bar job. This role will both allow you to expand your network whilst also giving you a great insight into the app development world!
Cheddar themselves are a cashback app that allow you to earn as you spend. The best part? It’s not a bank. It partners with your Monzos and Barclays, your Santanders and your HSBCS. This means as you spend money at brands you already shop at (i.e. Tesco, Sainsburys, Deliveroo, TFL, and many more), you will also be earning cash back! It really is the perfect app for students.
The app is completely free to download and has amazing features – so you will get paid for signing up your mates and peers to something that is completely.
You put the work in, but what do you get for it? Well quite a bit actually:
Increase your circle – other students, other masters/ambassadors it’s all about networking
Full training – We’ll train you up on marketing, social media and branding.
The chance to develop real life marketing campaigns
Excellent marketing experience
Excellent rewards and pay
Manage your own time
Cheddar is ever-growing in the UK and has some huge plans – it’s a great name to get on your CV
The ideal candidate
The ideal candidate is someone who is both engaged with the product and ingrained within their student networks. As it is a free app, we’re looking for someone who can get sign ups outside of their immediate network so we will require an individual with both initiative and drive.
Overall, we need someone who has a positive outlook and is driven by hitting targets.
If this sounds like something you’re interested in, click the button below to apply for the role.
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...
Charlie, 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