Involved in every aspect of promoting career opportunities for students and graduates at Deutsche Bank, you'll be our link with day-to-day life at your university. Building networks, both within your university and with senior members of Deutsche Bank, you'll influence and shape our on-campus marketing activities and recruitment strategies.
An important task will be to gather market intelligence – you'll analyze Deutsche Bank’s brand and marketing strategies and compare them with those of our competitors. You'll also report and present feedback on graduate recruitment activity at your university.
Involvement in publicity and promotional events is also key. You'll work closely with Deutsche Bank’s Graduate Recruitment team, attending and supporting our on-campus events and distributing marketing materials.
We'll also expect you to utilize your own campus networks through societies, clubs, the careers service and other connections to promote Deutsche Bank events and opportunities.
To support you, we offer a training day at Deutsche Bank offices. Here you'll gain an overview of Deutsche Bank, our programs and divisions, our application and interview process, and the banking industry as a whole. We also offer financial support in the form of incentive payments.
To be eligible you must be a first-year student completing a three-year degree or a second-year student completing a four-year degree.
You will need to attach a covering letter and your CV to the online application form – applications submitted without these documents will not be considered. Your covering letter should tell us about your on-campus connections (for example, clubs and societies) and the skills that would make you a good Campus Ambassador.
Applications for the 2014 role will close on Sunday 6 April 2014.