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Apply for the ultimate student job in halls

By UALSocial 19 Jun 2018

Want to live and work in halls? 

We have lots of exciting opportunities for students to live and work in halls. Whether you are a social butterfly or interested in mindfulness and supporting younger students, there’s a job that’s perfect for you.


So, what roles are available?


Social Reps:

As a Social Rep, your role will involve organising and participating in fun events, such as film nights, Sunday afternoon tea and trips around the UK and to Europe. You’ll also provide additional support for your fellow students. You will be helping UAL to provide new and current students with the best student experience possible. 


Wellbeing Reps:

As a Wellbeing Rep you will be listening to students who might need extra support and signposting them to the University’s support services. You will be assisting with regular wellbeing activities such as yoga and one-to-one drop in sessions. This a great role for anyone interested in health, wellbeing and providing peer support. 



Watch our video to discover more about the Social Programme:



Interested?

Here are five easy steps to complete your application:

  1. Click the apply link below and match your skills to the job description.
  2. Ensure you upload a CV and covering letter.
  3. Applications close Wednesday 27 June -  6 pm BST.
  4. Interviews begin Monday 9 July.
  5. The role commences on Saturday 25 August. 



Apply Now

Apply and find out more!
For information about UAL Social Programme or accessibility queries:
E: social.programme@arts.ac.uk
T: 020 3890 6039


UALSocial

UALSocial is fresh, innovative and creative. What’s more, it is completely coordinated by students, which makes it unique, inclusive and empowering for everyone involved. The majority of events are free and the programme pioneers campaigns and community projects across every hall.
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