Become a Safer Streets Student Partner and make a real difference!
This exciting paid role will enable you to contribute to this important Canterbury’s Safer Streets project and help tackle violence against women and girls in public spaces.
Do you enjoy using your creative skills to produce content? Are you looking to develop your professional portfolio and CV? Are you passionate about making a difference?
Then this paid job opportunity could be for you! We are seeking to recruit talented and innovative students to produce films, media, posters, social media content and resources that can be used as part of the Safe Street project.
Canterbury Christ Church University, along with key strategic partners (Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, Canterbury Police Community Safety Unit, University of Kent, Rising Sun, Canterbury Business Improvement District (BID), EKRCC, Canterbury City Council, Street Pastors and others), have been awarded funding from the Home Office to identify ways to tackle Violence Against Women and Girls and conduct research on how we can make Canterbury safer for its residents, including students.
As part of this work, we aim to develop a diverse set of resources that can be utilised for a variety of purposes including (but not limited to) training, signposting, awareness raising, education and knowledge exchange. The resources will be used by a range of professionals/sectors including policing, education, charities and members of the public and will be held by Canterbury Safer Streets partners and where appropriate made available on the open access Canterbury Safer Streets website and other related projects.
Therefore, we are seeking students to produce films, media, posters, social media content and resources that can be used as part of this project. You will be required to (but not limited to):
You will be proficient with all or some of the following:
Deadline: Friday 27th Jan 2023 23:59
To make your submission you must:
Note, that alternative forms media content maybe be considered where appropriate for the project aims, please email Mary Makinde (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss.
You must email (by the deadline) your submission to Mary Makinde (email@example.com)
This will also be an exceptional opportunity to expand your professional portfolio and, as such, we encourage and welcome applications from all communities within our society. Ensuring that vital voices and diversity within our community are captured as part of this work is extremely important if we are to address this critical agenda.
Candidates will be assessed and shortlisted (Stage 1). Following this, any potential candidates will be invited for a short interview (Stage 2). Please note that individual feedback will not be provided to individuals that do not proceed beyond Stage 1.
This is a temporary post until May 2023; however, it may be extended until September 2023. Due to the nature of this project the work hours are flexible depending on your commitments and the project's needs and content requirements.
Salary: £10.90 p/h (plus holiday pay)