We're looking for someone to make sure student media complies with media law, license requirements and Students' Union policies.
The Union's newspaper, radio station and TV channel produce amazing content written, edited, filmed, recorded, produced and distributed by students. This great content has to comply with relevant laws, licenses and policies so we're after someone who'll work with student media volunteers to check their output won't get anyone into trouble.
You'll be providing administrative support for different student media groups where possible, helping to ensure that they get sent to print on time among other important tasks.
It'll be your role to spot any articles of concern and refer them to our external advisor and/or Officers for additional guidance.
We welcome applications from everyone, including but not exclusive to; postgraduates, people with an ethnic minority or Chinese background, people with a disability, people with dependants, and people who identify as LGBTQ+. We conduct anonymous shortlisting and all of our interview panels have Unconscious Bias Training in order to support the above. We also consider flexible working for those with care commitments.If you have any suggestions as to how we could improve our language or application process please let us know.
Job Title: Media Compliance Supervisor
Responsible to: Societies and Student Media Coordinator
Rate of pay: £10.25 per hour (made up of £9.15 basic rate, and £1.10 holiday rate).
Hours of work: 4-9 hours per week during term time, plus training. Must be available on Wednesdays and Thursdays with occasional evening and weekend work. Hours are flexible around fixed academic commitments.
Contract: Fixed term until the 31st May 2020
Expected start date: September 16th 2019
Applicants: University of Sussex, BSMS or IDS students. Applicants may not be current members of student media groups at Sussex, BSMS or IDS while in post in order to avoid potential conflict of interest. The Union is committed to employing students; seeking to support them as active participants who are helping to provide services within the Union
For more details please see the full job description and person specification
We really welcome applications from abroad for all of our vacancies.
Due to legal regulations we have to ensure that everyone is eligible to work in the UK and this would be done by us checking and making a copy of the correct original identification/documentation before your first day of work. You may also be limited in the number of hours you would be allowed to work.
In any case, we would encourage anyone to apply for a job in one of our friendly departments to give yourself the chance of being selected, and we would look to see the appropriate original documents before your first day of work
Applications close: Wednesday August 28th 9am
Interviews: Wednesday September 4th (Skype/telephone interviews available upon request)
Start date and training: Monday September 16th
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