Brand Ambassador Wanted for Leading Financial Audit Firm

Are you in your final year of University and looking to gain professional experience? Are you well connected on campus and digitally savvy? Do you want to gain first-hand exposure to a career in audit, while earning some extra money to support your studies next year? National Audit Office is looking for enthusiastic students with a real aptitude for networking to be their Campus Brand Ambassadors for the 2020/21 academic year! 


Company: National Audit Office 

Locations: Your University Campus: Aston, Coventry, Essex, Leicester, Northumbria, Queen Mary, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Middlesex, Heriot Watt

Role: Brand Ambassador 

Training Dates: Mid-September TBC

Degrees Accepted: Any Degree

Deadline: 1st Sept 

What is the role?

– Working as a Campus Brand Ambassador, you will be representing a leading firm at your university. 

– You will be using your fantastic networks and undertaking various activities from social media posts, society engagement, and networking events. 

– You will also be required to organise social events such as drop-ins, helping with careers fairs (online) and ensuring that the brand you are representing is spread far and wide across campus.


Why should you apply?

Earn a salary while working flexibly and managing your own time. The campaign will be running for 8 weeks and BAs are expected to work a total of 15 hours.

– Opportunity to represent a leading firm and to gain working experience.

– Chance to network extensively on campus and online.

– A fun and rewarding role where your creativity is valued.

Looks fantastic on your CV!


Who is best suited to this role?

We want to hear from you if….

– You are enthusiastic and enterprising.

You have fantastic campus connections.

– You have a real interest in Financial Audit and Value For Money and have knowledge of this industry (ideally).

– You are a natural born networker who loves making new connections.

– You will be graduating in 2021 and are currently in track for a 2.1