Lead our campus media outlets!

Lead our campus media outlets!

, Tue 20 Feb 2018 11:00 - Mon 30 Apr 2018 12:00

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Students at Reading University are now able to apply for a positions on the commitee of the campus media outlets.

Apply here: www.rusu.co.uk/surveys/76/

If you have any questions please email student.activities@rusu.co.uk. 

Spark Online

Training provided for these roles: Media Committee Training, Wordpress Training, Media Law Training.

Committee Role

Description

Head of Web

The Online Editor will oversee the running of The Spark website ensuring that regular content is being published, posted on social media, and that the website stays up to date.

They will host weekly committee meetings with the team to ensure that each section is on track and that committee members are working through their aims.

They will ensure that contributors are keeping accurate, informative and current, leading by example and positively encouraging contributors and committee members to create great content.

They will be the lead committee member in ensuring the homepage is up to date and that a digital version of the newspaper is uploaded for people to read online.

The Head of Web will ensure that there is a monthly back-up of the site, and ensure that Worpress and all widgets etc. are updated when needed.

Lead committee member looking after the Welfare of Members. Required to attend Welfare Training in the third term.

Digital News Editor

The Digital News Editor will recruit and lead a team of student journalists who will create quick and engaging online content (articles, videos and photosets etc.) for the News Section on The Spark Website.

The Digital News Editor will need to ensure all their contributors have a profile on the website, so new posts can be uploaded correctly.

They will edit all content in the News Section ensuring that all is free from mistakes, accurate and current. They will also ensure that we have permission to use any photographs used.

Digital Entertainment Editor

The Digital Entertainment Editor will recruit and lead a team of student journalists who will create engaging online content for the Entertainment Section (articles, videos and photosets etc.) on The Spark Website.

The Digital Entertainment Editor will need to ensure all their contributors have a profile on the website, so new posts can be uploaded correctly.

They will edit all content in the Entertainment Section ensuring that all is free from mistakes, accurate and current. They will also ensure that we have permission to use any photographs used.

Secretary & Socials

The secretary will take minutes at all committee meetings and circulate copies among committee

members. Maintain an accurate membership list. Deal with all incoming communications and

pass them on to the committee and/or members.

Organise socials for all contributors and committee members to get to know each other.

Looks after weekly email to subscribers of the website.

Social Media Coordinator

The Social Media Coordinator shall look after all of The Sparks social media channels, to increases followers and ensure content is getting promoted.

Spark currently has Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

 

 

Junction11 Radio

Training provided for these roles: Media Committee Training, Media Law Training.

Committee Role

Description

Head of Production

The Head of production is responsible for maintaining and updating the audio branding (jingles) for all aspects of the station on a yearly basis.

They will assist presenters in making show-specific audio content by coordinating termly audio editing sessions.

They will also be responsible for ensuring the recording and uploading of show podcast.

A background in audio editing software is preferable. The Media Offices have Adobe Auditions and Audacity.

Studio Manager

The Head of Studio will look after the stations termly schedule and the process of applying for shows.

They will ensure that all members follow the schedule and follows the stations contract.

Required to attend Welfare Training in the third term.

Head of Tech

The Head of Tech will ensure that the radio studio is working correctly during term time, and that the stream is working efficiently.

They will also keep a back-up of the Junction11 Website and ensure that wordpress and widgets are up to date.

You will work with the Societies and Media Coordinator when installing any new equipment /software.

Treasurer

You will manage the stations finance, keeping a record in notebook or on Excel of all monies going in and out of your account and copies of all account related paperwork. Ensure all income and expenditure is accurately recorded and keep

copies of all your receipts and invoices. Ensure all members have paid their membership fees and are registered on the RUSU database. Present the accounts at the AGM and ensure copies are made available to all members

A signatory on claim forms, paying in forms etc. Produce and submit a grant request if you are applying for a grant.

Head of Events

The Head of Events is responsible for coordinating termly Outside Broadcasts (at campus events or elsewhere). The aim of these are to boost the stations visibility and get more students joining in with live broadcast.

Training is available for the Outside Broadcasting Equipment.

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