University Team Leader
Number Of Positions: 100
Expiration Date: 31/12/2018
As a Beat University Team Leader you will have flexibility within your role to focus on the events and projects you are passionate about. This may be in the form of organising your own event, supporting our national fundraising events and challenges, and helping other students interested in fundraising and raising awareness in aid of Beat. The ideas are endless, this role is what you make of it!
We are looking for individuals who have considerable passion to drive forward positive change surrounding student mental health. You will work with a range of people in this role, so good communication and team work skills are vital. Previous fundraising or campaigning experience is not required.
- You will develop your knowledge and skills in project management, with a focus on fundraising and campaigning..
- There will be networking opportunities, and Beat will help you develop your communication and relationships building skills At the end of the academic year Beat will issue you with a certificate of achievement detailing the total funds raised, and events produced.
You will be provided with training, support and guidance on fundraising and campaigning from our National or Regional Officer local to you. You will also learn about eating disorders, receive regular updates on Beat’s work and have access to resources and information.
This is a flexible voluntary role and you will be supported to take part in and lead on fundraising activities in your own time. As a guide we anticipate the role would involve no more than a couple of hours per week, however it will be up to the individual what they would like to get out of their year.
As soon as possible!
You will need to be able to provide us with the name and contact details of two people who can act as your referees, following these criteria:
- Must have known you for at least one year and cannot be relatives or partners.
- One referee must know you in a professional capacity, such as employer or tutor.