BECOME A JACK DANIEL’S STUDENT BRAND AMBASSADOR
Who are Jack Daniel’s?
Jack Daniel’s - the leading whiskey brand worldwide, is looking to make themselves the go-to drink for everybody who likes to live boldly and enjoy the ride. If you enjoy the finer things in life and love to have a good time, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is for you. As we are finally able to socialise freely again, Jack Daniels’ wants to become your go to party drink, making sure every night out is lived to the fullest.
Where do you come in?
Seed and Jack Daniel’s are on the hunt for confident, well connected, social butterflies to become Student Ambassadors during Term 1 and 2 of their studies. You will become one of the main representatives for Jack Daniel’s and will be given tasks intended to boost awareness for Jack Daniel’s among university students on campus and on social media. We are looking for extroverts who are happy to host events and parties sponsored by the brand to showcase the various ways Jack Daniel’s can be enjoyed safely.
What’s in it for you?
Fantastic base pay for completion of your tasks
Compelling financial incentive scheme to reward SBAs who are top performers within the campaign
For those that go above and beyond you will be invited to exclusive JD events that money can’t buy
A global brand to put on your CV which will look impressive to all future employers
Jack Daniel’s merchandise provided as part of the role
All applicants must be over 18
All applicants must be current university students
APPLY HERE to be considered for the role today!
We are recruiting for two student brand ambassadors from each of the following Universities:
- University of Manchester
- University of Nottingham
- University of Leeds
- University of Brighton
- Liverpool John Moores University
Seed is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment. You and any job applicants will receive equal treatment regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation (“Protected Characteristics”).