hours, usually 17:00 – 21:30 Monday-Thursday on an ad-hoc basis, though conferences run all day, and some weekend work does come up.
£9/hour, flexible - no experience necessary but it wouldn't hurt!
•are a computer science, new media or film student
•are looking to combine your passion to learn with the need to earn,
•are a people person who can talk to anyone; both flexible and fearless,
•are self-aware, well-spoken, a great listener,
•possess an entrepreneurial spirit and willingness to roll up your sleeves,
•are available to work evenings and occasional daytimes/weekends
•and, most importantly, are able to assume responsibility for successfully producing our SkillsCast videos,
then we would love to hear from you!
•learn - Attend evening expert talks as well as day time conferences that match your interest area
•help - the logistics team with the set-up of the room and equipment
•meet - talk participants from 18:00-18:30 (events can attract an audience of between 20-200 depending on the topic and speaker)
•film - the event - held from 18:30. Events usually finish at around 20:30.
•tidy - the room, clearing away equipment, empty cups and make the room ready for events scheduled for the next day
•convert - the SkillsCast video in web format
•publish - the SkillsCast video on our dedicated cloud service, within 24 hours from recording
Skills Matter is a highly social, innovative tech publishing and events company, helping companies nurture, inspire and grow great engineering teams that deliver innovating solutions. We do that by producing content and putting on events, both online and offline, that engage our 50,000 strong developer community with the world's leading innovators, thinkers and experts in our industry, to learn and share skills to write better software.
Each year, in partnership with the world's leading software developers,
technologists and agilists, we run 30 major conferences, host more than
40 user groups and organise hundreds of free evening events, hackathons
and expert training sessions. Skills Matter has also been a trailblazer in
the growth of London's Tech City and was an advisor to the Tech City
advisory board, chaired by the Prime Minister's Office at No. 10 Downing