Student Project Officer – WBS AI Handbook (x2)



University of Warwick


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120 hours split equally or flexibly across the two Project Officers To be discussed and agreed with the Project Leads

Not Applicable






The role of a Student Project Officer is to lead and become a co-creator in an exciting and collaborative project being carried out at the Warwick Business School (WBS), looking to develop the first of its kind student-led handbook (and/or other engaging resources) on the practical use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for student success. The Handbook and/or any resources produced as part of the project will also aid students in understanding and adhering to related University policies and learning how to use AI with integrity for studying and employability.

The project is seeking to recruit 2 WBS Undergraduate students who completed IB145 CORE: Foundations, Skills & Debates module in 2023/24 academic year with a module mark of 50 or above. Thanks to a student nomination, the module won the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence (WATE) in 2022/23 academic year with the cash prize funding this project, reinvesting the funds into School wide student experience and these roles. The Student Project Officer role will help to cement student engagement throughout the project, with Project Officers working collaboratively with various staff and students as participants in the design and delivery of the Handbook.

As such, the role’s contributions will be in several areas:

  • Engaging and leading discussions with project stakeholders
  • Gathering insights from current student cohorts on their views, needs, challenges related to AI
  • Analysing insights and applying them to designing the Handbook and other related student facing resources
  • Attending meetings and collaborating with the project team
  • Offering input, expertise, and experiences to steer the project and its dissemination
  • Contributing to writing reports and publications, where appropriate

The role’s contribution throughout the process will be exceptionally valued by the project team and is a central component for delivering and disseminating impactful project outputs. The role will offer opportunities for developing scholarly publications in collaboration with the rest of the project team.

Duties and responsibilities

As a Student Project Officer, you will be invited to lead the project and contribute to the design of the Handbook. You will be expected to work flexibly and communicate with the project team regularly and efficiently.

Your duties and responsibilities will include the following:

  • Engage WBS students in the project by gathering their views and feedback
  • Organise and run insights gathering activities with a focus on student voice
  • Collaborate with staff and students to develop and contribute to the project
  • Lead and contribute to project meetings
  • Engage in administrative tasks in support of the project
  • Analyse data and develop project insights
  • Design and deliver WBS AI Handbook (or any other resources relevant to the WBS student experience of AI)
  • Report and disseminate on the findings and the outcomes of the project

Skills and experience


  • Only current WBS 1st year UG student with a module mark of 50 and above for the IB145 module can apply for this role.
  • Interest in AI and WBS student experience
  • Appreciation of ethics around the use of AI
  • Confidence in approaching and gathering feedback from other WBS students
  • Sensitivity towards working with diverse students and handling student feedback and ideas
  • Resilience and ability to manage the project at the end of the academic year alongside other potential deadlines and commitments (e.g. exams)
  • Good understanding of the Microsoft suite
  • Comfortable managing workload independently
  • Ability to work collaboratively and effectively as part of a team
  • Strong communication skills and confidence in presenting your ideas


  1. Previous research and co-creation experience
  2. Interest in research dissemination
  3. Creativity and interest in design (or applying existing design skills)
  4. Ability to resolve creative tensions and disagreements when working in a team

Combination of working on campus (e.g. to engage with other students and to attend meetings) and working from home (e.g. to analyse and report findings)

Additional information

Predicted interview date - TBC

Start and end date: ASAP - 31 July 24

Deadline to apply: Thursday 30 May 24

Please provide a CV and cover letter with your application.

Please note upon applying for this role you are consenting to your contact details being shared directly with the hiring manager.

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