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Volunteer – Student Media Officer

12 positions available:

9 x BUCS League Officers

1 x Representative Programme Officer

1 x SRL Social Media

1 x College Rugby League Officer

As part of the Rugby Football League’s (RFL) Higher Education offer there is an assortment of exciting opportunities being made available to volunteer with a reputable National Governing Body and improve employability.

These voluntary placements will involvean assortment of media responsibilities including the production of content for both internal and external media channels and liaising with university clubs, colleges and wider stakeholders to produce a range of content for the Education Sector. Placements will work on both a regional and national level involving match reporting, weekly regional round ups, good news stories and promotion of their chosen positions.

Reporting to the RFL’s Higher Education manager placements will also have the opportunity to gain experience working on programmes and events outside of the Education sector with other departments within the RFL.

These placements would be suitable for an individual who has a keen interest in sports media and journalism. The successful candidates will require a high level of organisational and communication skills.

All positions are voluntary with agreed expenses payable.

How to apply?

For more information on these placements and how to apply please see the Full Volunteer Specification please click here.

The closing date for applications is 12pm on Tuesday 7th October 2014.

Volunteer – Student Events Officer

7 positions available:

1 x South East

1 x South West

1 x Midlands

1 x Yorkshire

1 x North West

1 x North East

1 x Cumbria

As part of the Rugby Football League’s (RFL) Higher Education offer there is an assortment of exciting opportunities being made available to volunteer with a reputable National Governing Body and improve employability.

This voluntary placement would involvecompetition and events support across a range of both regional and national Education Rugby League programmes. The successful candidate would assist with sports administration and event coordination at local and regional education competitions, with the view to progress and be involved with national events.

Reporting to the RFL’s regional Educational Officer your role will be to assist with administration, planning, coordination and delivery of local and regional activity within schools, colleges and universities.

This placement would require a high level of organisational, leadership and communication skills as you will be tasked with engaging multiple partners to assist in the successful deliver of Rugby League events.

As a volunteer you will benefit from 1:1 mentoring from a full time member of staff and learn valuable on the job skills that will add to your employability after study.

All positions are voluntary with agreed expenses payable.

 

How to apply?

For more information on these placements and how to apply please see the Full Volunteer Specification please click here.

The closing date for applications is 12pm on Thursday 16th October 2014.

The RFL