We are looking for proactive, driven and organised individuals to represent Ashurst and promote our Early Careers opportunities on university campuses across the country.
You will be the primary point of contact between Ashurst and applicants at your university and will be responsible for advertising our key dates and upcoming events through social media, university societies, careers services, and other appropriate methods.
You will be responsible for organising and managing Ashurst specific events aimed at undergraduate law and non-law students, taking responsibility for hosting, advertising and managing events either virtually or in person.
You will have regular contact with the firm's Campus Action Teams, providing an opportunity for you to build your network and collaborate with alumni from your university.
The Campus Ambassador role is open to penultimate year students at the following universities:
Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Exeter, Kings College London, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, LSE, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Queen Mary University of London, UCL and Warwick
What we can offer you
A unique insight into the firm
You will gain a first-hand understanding of how we work as a firm and will have the opportunity to experience our unique culture and build your network.
An opportunity to work with our Early Careers team
You will have the opportunity to engage with our Early Careers professionals, gaining an insight into our recruitment processes, and will be notified of all upcoming recruitment events.
A competitive salary
You will receive a competitive salary paid in two instalments during your penultimate year at university.
The recruitment process
Our online application is easy to use and gives you the opportunity to showcase your interest in the industry and our firm.
You will complete a series of online games designed to measure your analytical, problem solving, interpersonal, and leadership capabilities.
- Cognify – will require you to complete a series of online games measuring your problem solving and analytical skills.
- Emotify – will require you to complete two games measuring your interpersonal skills, leadership potential and capability.
To find out more information on what the tests entail and how you can prepare, please visit here.
You will complete a virtual interview with a member of the Early Careers Team including presenting a 30 minute pitch as to how you would advertise the firm on campus.
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Agency submissions and candidate introductions will only be accepted with prior approval from a member of the Ashurst Talent Acquisition team. To submit or introduce a candidate, an agency must have valid agreed terms of business in place with Ashurst. Any agency submissions or candidate introductions made without prior approval or without the agreed terms of business in place will be considered invalid.
We are committed to offering a safe and welcoming environment for our employees and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. With diversity and inclusion at the heart of what we do we place a strong emphasis on working with people from diverse communities and aim to make a positive impact through our Social Impact programmes.