Get into Teaching Brand Ambassador

Become a Brand Ambassador for Get Into Teaching

Want to be the face of Get into Teaching on campus? As a Brand Ambassador, you’ll be in charge of spreading the word about Get into Teaching and what they have to offer for students.

You’ll gain valuable experience for your CV whilst you work around your studies and earn a competitive salary including bonuses. Apply today to become a Brand Ambassador for Get into Teaching.

“Campaigning for Get into Teaching made me very eloquent. I had to speak to so many students which made me an effective and powerful speaker. Such transferable skills can help you in any field! The training sessions and socials enabled me to meet a lot of new people so I got exposed to a lot of new things. The experience of this campaign has now enabled me to feel confident and excel in my current career”
– Sultan Iqbal, Brand Ambassador for Get into Teaching 17/18 – University of Nottingham

Universities we are recruiting at

Get into Teaching are recruiting Brand Ambassadors at the following universities:

★ Bournemouth University
★ Brunel University
★ Bristol University
★ Cardiff University
★ De Montfort University
★ University of Greenwich
★ University of Hertfordshire
★ University of Hull
★ Lancaster University
★ Loughborough University
★ Nottingham Trent University

★ University College London
★ Kings College London
★ University of Kent
★ Leeds Beckett University
★ Manchester Metropolitan University
★ University of Sheffield
★ University of Southampton
★ University of Sussex
★ University of Surrey
★ Swansea University
★ University of West England

The perks?

★ A competitive salary, including bonuses
★ Work around your studies – no pressure!
★ Visit top employer headquarters and meet graduate recruiters
★ Get brilliant experience for your CV
★ Attending and supporting at employer-led events

What your role could involve:

★ Winning monetary bonuses by competing with your peers to receive the most amount of sign ups each week
★ Organising and leading your own events on campus to boost sign ups
★ Social media promotion
★ Working independently and using your initiative

Who we are looking for:

We are looking for students who are target driven and motivated by friendly competition. You will ideally be able to think creatively and know your campus inside out in order to promote in areas of the highest footfall.

If you…

★ Are studying ANY degree subject from one of the universities listed above
★ Are going into any year of study at university as of September 2018

… then we want you.

Why ‘Get into Teaching’?

The Department for Education is responsible for education and children’s services in England. They work to achieve a highly educated society in which opportunity is equal for children and young people, no matter what their background or family circumstances.

Around 35,000 trainee teachers need to be recruited every year. To help with this, the Department for Education runs the ‘Get into Teaching’ campaign to attract students and career changers into the profession by offering a variety of great opportunities to those interested in a career in teaching.

The campaign is delivered through a range of channels including social media, advertising, PR, and face-to-face event activity. Students are targeted on campus raising awareness of teaching as a career choice. They are encouraged to sign up to the Get into Teaching campaign to find out more about teaching and the training options. Events are held on campus where students can talk to newly qualified teachers, training providers, and advisers about all aspects of the profession.

Remember we recruit on a rolling basis so please submit your application early to avoid missing out… get ahead of the competition! Read the application form carefully and select Get into Teaching as your preferred employer.

Training will occur on 27th September.

We will provide training for anyone that is successful in gaining the role.

We’ve now got WhatsApp! Send your questions to our head office number: (+44)7598 349 124 (9am-5pm weekdays)