Why join DUSA Media?

Student media is a central part of the student movement. It provides fantastic opportunities for students to gain new experiences and develop their skills. It acts to keep students informed and entertained, and provides key information, regardless of the media format or platform, about what is happening on their campus, at their university, locally or in the student movement at home and abroad.

Applications close 15/05/2018 at 5pm.


From video-editing to copy writing learn necessary digital media skills as well as how to manage.


Lead the University, DUSA and students on creative projects. Find invaluable internships.


Stand out from the crowd and follow the path of other managers who now work with BBC, Vice and other media outlets.

Positions Available


Photography Manager

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Working alongside writers, editors and, in particular, the design team.
  • Working with designers, coordinate photography required for the magazine on monthly basis and smooth pass over of images from photography to designers (selecting articles etc.)
  • Manager can choose to work autonomously or recruit and manage group of volunteers.
  • Photographing varying subjects including fashion, food, products and street photography.
  • Coordinate and promote relevant projects, such as photography competitions.


  • Ability to organize, lead and motivate a team.
  • Experience photographing a variety of subjects.
  • Technical understanding of photography and techniques.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines
  • Self-Motivated

Senior Deputy (Tay Productions)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Undertake the managerial duties in the event of the Tay Manager resignation or removal
  • Notifies Manager of any problems or potential problems
  • Follow DUSA Media Guide
  • Ensure that the Media Hub is kept tidy.
  • Enforces goals and deadlines as well as engaging with new contributors
  • Assist Manager in promotion and Tay advertising both on and off campus.
  • Provide opportunities for members to build media skills and experience
  • Be a good people motivator, able to work well with people and act professionally
  • Review the appropriateness of material for publication and airing
  • Ensure a safe, comfortable environment for producers and volunteers in the production process


  • Excellent communication skills
  • Teamwork
  • Be well organised and independent
  • Worked with other aspects of Student Media previously (preferable)
  • Have some understanding of video production and editing
  • Be accurate with facts

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