The perfect part-time campus job – flexible hours, great pay, and an amazing CV boost

Are you looking for a job where you can set your own hours, work from any location, earn fantastic money, and gain valuable work experience in marketing? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
We’re looking for reliable people who love chatting and making new connections on campus, keen to make their mark, and it’s a bonus if you’re social-media-savvy too! We want you to play to your strengths, and everything else will come through training and support to help you excel in the role.
The benefits
  • Set your own hours – if you’ve got a busy timetable, loads of summer travel plans, or even another part-time job, this is the ideal role to fit around!
  • Full training – learn how a national marketing campaign works through our team. We’ll help you develop marketing, communication & creative branding skills so you can stand out from the crowd when you graduate.
  • CV booster – you’ll get an industry-leading brand on your CV, plus receive dedicated 1-1 support from a marketing industry specialist.
  • Widen your social circle – connect with fellow SBAs and improve your networking skills across your uni!
  • Big earnings, big incentives – salary and uncapped commission, plus regular spot-prizes and incentives to boost you as you go


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Sounds like the ideal role for you? Get in touch ASAP!

  • 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