Student Media Development Coordinator in Brighton
Brighton Students' Union - Brighton

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Student Media Development Coordinator

£18,303 – 19,634 pro rata per annum

12 months fixed contract, 30 hours per week


Brighton SU is looking for an exceptional individual to join our team as the new Student Media Development Coordinator.

Brighton SU supports a popular student media service where students have an opportunity to be involved in student led media including our newspaper, TV and radio channels. We are looking for someone to build on the success we’ve had in this area and take student media at Brighton to the next level. The ideal candidate will have some technical knowledge based on practical experience in one of the following: radio, print, television & film, or another relevant field. But more than this, the Student Media Development Coordinator will have a passion and enthusiasm for developing the skills of others and will relish the challenge of increasing the size and reach of student media at Brighton SU.

With a starting salary of £18,303pa pro rata on a fixed term 12 month contract, and offering a fun, flexible working environment based at one of our fabulous Brighton campus offices, our staff benefits also include:
  • Employer contributed Pension scheme.
  • Generous holiday allowance (30 days pro rata)
  • Travel Loan Scheme for bus or rail travel card.
  • Cycle-to-work loan scheme.
  • Child Care Voucher Scheme.
  • Access to Brighton University facilities such as library, gym and online resources.
If you have a passion for developing the skills of others, enjoy working in a friendly, team environment and want to progress your career then this is the job for you

Deadline for applications: Monday 18th August, noon

Interviews: 2nd and 3rd September

Download the recruitment pack at or email

Brighton SU is committed to equality of opportunity in employment and welcomes applications from all members of the community as defined in the Equality Act 2010