Student Brand Manager

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EY Student Brand Manager

Are you a born networker, able to proactively build enthusiasm and excitement on campus? Do you have outstanding communication skills enabling you to execute a ‘killer’ plan?  Are you target driven? Do you have the confidence to share what you really think to important decision makers?  If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the above questions, read on.

EY is a leading global professional services firm and will be looking for Student Brand Managers to be our campus representatives for 2014/15 in the new year.

As a Student Brand Manager you will:

  • Develop our brand on campus through various promotional channels
  • Implement promotional campaigns throughout the academic year
  • Use your existing network of contacts within societies, campus media and your student union to identify opportunities to support our local marketing needs, in addition to establishing new contacts
  • Use social media sites to interact with our campus networks in order to create a buzz encouraging students to positively engage with us and our opportunities
  • Implement creative solutions and initiatives to build our brand on campus and ensure we stand out
  • Use your extensive campus knowledge and own initiative to ensure that each campaign reaches our target market and promotes our brand
  • Provide us with relevant and timely feedback and ideas on how to improve our marketing strategy on campus

All Student Brand Managers will receive comprehensive training. You will be paid £9 per hour with further project based incentives, and have the opportunity to develop business experience for your CV.

We are ideally seeking students who are currently doing a Marketing or related degree, however we would consider applicants who can demonstrate a strong interest in marketing. Students must currently be studying at the university as they would be promoting as an undergraduate, and will be in their second or penultimate year of undergraduate study for the 2014/15 academic year at the following universities:

University of Aberdeen
Aston University
University of Bath
University of Birmingham
Bristol University
Cambridge University
Cardiff University
City University London
Durham University
University of Edinburgh
University of Exeter
University of Glasgow
Heriot-Watt University
University of Hull
Imperial College London
King's College London
Lancaster University
University of Leeds
University of Liverpool
Loughborough University
London School of Economics
University of Manchester
Newcastle University
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
University of Reading
Robert Gordon University
University of Southampton
University of St Andrews
University of Strathclyde
University College London
University of Warwick
University of York


Please submit your answer to the following question:

"Why should you be the next EY Student Brand Manager?" (250 words maximum) along with your CV and a covering letter to


Monday 28 April 2014 at 9am.