I worked at University of Exeter part-time (More than a year)
Helpful staff, flexible schedules, great pay. This is a great way to meet people from all over the UK and the world, and to have fun while getting paid a pretty decent wage.
Oftentimes it can be boring, and there will be too many of you working any particular event. Additionally, traveling to jobs can be a hassle, specifically when it would be easiest to take a car rather than a train or bus.
Advice to Management
Increase the opportunities for student ambassadors, but also be more cognizant of when you're overstaffing various events.
I applied online. I interviewed at University of Exeter (Exeter, England (UK)).
After completing the online application form, I was invited to an interview via email. On arrival, applicants were divided into groups in different rooms. We were then told to discuss three issues/questions relating to student life and we were observed by three sets of individuals from the student recruitment team. The interviewers included current senior student ambassadors and members of the student recruitment team. The questions were very broad and it was important to make a contribution, however it was equally important to be respectful of other people's views and not to dominate the discussion.
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