Students! Would you like to be involved in a project which aims to support Arts Faculty students before their arrival at Warwick?
We are looking for 6 student Creative Production Assistants to work alongside us as part of our WIHEA funded project: 'Preparing Pre-Arrival Students for the Warwick Student Experience'.
As a Creative Production Assistant you will co-produce sustainable, engaging and interactive e-learning module in Moodle and other resources in collaboration with other students to prepare pre-arrival students for University, to support academic induction, and create a sense of learning community pre-arrival.
You will take part in Workshops, Digital Skills and Design Thinking, and Resource Development sessions before undertaking creative projects, which could include making videos, interactive activities, quizzes, and forums. You will work University staff who will offer support, guidance and advice.
We are looking for an Creative Production Assistant to:
1. Research into other University’s pre-arrival materials and develop project ideas for new students before they arrive at Warwick to study
2. Develop appropriate planning, storyboards and scripts
3. Work independently and also within a small team
4. Create digital/online resources in response to the information gathered and from working with University staff
5. Liaise with appropriate University administration and technical support teams to develop effective resources
The Creative Production Assistant will present you with a creative and problem-solving role that will give you the opportunity to develop research, communication and organisational skills. You will be asked devise creative responses to ensure that new students are able to gain an understanding of what it is like to study at Warwick before they arrive.
This role will require you to work at the University within shared spaces, but also independently at home. We anticipate you will working for no more than 20 hours on this project.
- High level written and oral communication skills
- High level IT skills
- Proven organizational skills
- Ability to work in a team and independently
- Knowledge or prior experience of creating video or digital materials
- Experience of web platform management or design
- Experience of using video cameras and video editing software
Salary: £9.47 per hour
Total hours of work: 20
To be considered you must be a student from the Faculty of Arts.
To be considered you must be avaliable for the following dates/times:
- Thursday 20th June 10-4pm
- Monday 24th June 10-4pm
- Thursday 27th June 10-4pm
Interviews will be held on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May 2019
Deadline for applications is 5pm on 24th May 2019.
Click here for further informaiton about the project. Please contact Dr Kathryn Woods firstname.lastname@example.org or Damien Homer Damien.Homer@warwick.ac.uk for further information about the role(s).
Deadline for applications is 5pm 24th May 2019.
For further information please contact Dr Kathryn Woods email@example.com
or Dr Damien Homer Damien.Homer@warwick.ac.uk