Opportunities for students to join our team as an intern
We are seeking some more University of Edinburgh students to join our team as interns to help us with some important projects to improve user experience in the University.
These positions are in addition to the summer intern posts we wrote about previously:
About these posts
Rate of pay: £10.15 per hour
Location: Hybrid (combination of remote and Edinburgh-based in-office working)
Digital Content Training Research Intern
This role will help us understand what training we need to provide to help staff prepare and manage their web content. This will involve researching staff members’ needs around web content preparation. This research will help us understand people’s past experiences and current expectations around training, and barriers to creating effective digital content. This will help us develop our content training to address those areas. This is a wonderful opportunity for a University of Edinburgh student interested in developing user research or content design skills, and making an impact on helping staff members make their web content more user-friendly and effective.
Hours: 9 hours per week
Technical Language Mapping Intern
This position will help us research and map the use of technical language across the University’s Information Services Group. This work will help us develop a technical language guide, to improve the University’s approach to communicating about technical concepts and processes to staff and students. This is a wonderful opportunity for a University of Edinburgh student to develop their research, analysis and content design skills, as well as making an impact on the way the University communicate about technology.
Hours: 10 hours per week
Student User Journeys Assistant
This intern will support us in mapping and improving student user journeys. The post holder will carry out detailed research to ensure that we make changes to benefit students. This is a great chance for a student to gain experience working in a University setting, to build user experience research skills, and to develop research management and logistics skills.
Hours: 8 hours per week between Monday and Thursday