IATL is delighted to be recruiting three students to join our team of Co-Creation Officers. Co-creation can be defined and understood in many ways. Within the IATL we broadly understand it to mean staff and students collaborating to create practices and spaces in which community, creativity, and cultures of care can thrive. As a Co-Creation Officer, we want you to help shape and define what co-creation means for all of us.
This is an exciting opportunity to work within IATL to support the existing team and develop the work of the department as a Co-Creation Officer. You will contribute to building community with students and colleagues; highlight IATL and its activities at module fairs and other events, and meaningfully contribute to our various interdisciplinary projects. As well as participating with IATL’s core functions – such as assessing funding applications – you will be proactive in identifying opportunities to develop IATL’s work both within the department and the wider University. You will engage with the wide scope of this role to make a positive difference to teaching, learning, and the Warwick community by working with students, staff and other people.
We are seeking three current students to join our team, with at least two expecting to be students at Warwick in the academic 2022-23. At least one of these roles will be participating in a WIHEA-funded project with University College Birmingham on the theme of inclusive education (if you would particularly like to be considered for this opportunity, please state this in your application).
Please apply via Unitemps, submitting your CV and either a one-page covering letter or a link to a video (max 3 mins) by Tuesday 1st March, addressing why you are applying for the role and what excites you about co-creation. Your letter/video should also include a short description of a co-creation project or topic that you would like to explore in the role.
Deadline: Noon, Tuesday 1st March 2022.
Interviews: Wednesday 9th March 2022 (please hold the date)
Further information is available on the Unitemps website. Link to Unitemps to follow shortly