Harley Ayers

Intern Marketing & Events

  • LocationRichmond, United Kingdom

About me


COMMUNICATION - frequently working with a diverse range of people from students to people more senior than myself. DEVELOPMENT - shown by numerous successes within both media development and progression of Societies & Sports teams. ORGANISATION - accustomed to working to tight deadlines, leading and managing teams of people as well as proven track record of helping organize large-scale events. CLIENT SERVICE - proven by winning numerous awards due to the commitment and dedication put into any job.



  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Report Writing
  • Environment
  • Event Management
  • Teamwork
  • Public Speaking
  • Microsoft Office
  • Radio Production Producer
  • Geology
  • Social Media Digital Strategies
  • Customer Service and Sales
  • Time Management Scheduling
  • Arcgis
  • Business Understanding

Work history


Events Representative

Students’ Union Royal Holloway, University of London

May 2014 - Jun 2015
  • • Act as a point of contact for over 150 Sports Clubs, Societies and Media outelts that wish to hold events, offering advice and support throughout the year some examples include; o Helping organize 3 ‘balls’ for up to a capacity of 700 members of sports teams and societies to attend. This included gaining raffle prizes (raising over £1000 over the 2 nights), sponsorship and supplies for the event. o Working with both Royal Holloway College and the Students’ Union on doing multiple events of the LGBT+ Month including, workshops, guest lectures, a film screening, a club night and designing pin badges and t-shirts to sell. This was one of the most rewarding parts of the job to put on not just one but numerous events within a short space of time to educate and celebrate LGBT+ Month.


Head of Programming

Insanity Radio 103.2fm

May 2014 - Jun 2015
  • • Creation of the termly broadcasting schedule with over 150 applicants to; shortlist, interview and then finally, create a schedule that aired over 14 hours daily. • From the 2013/2014 schedule to the 2014-2015 schedule, the stations output in terms of speech-based programming has increased from 6% to 18%. These included; guest lectures, welfare related shows, radio plays, careers advice etc. • The stations community involvement has increased recognized at the Student Radio Awards (2015). • Creation of Insanity Radio’s first marketing pack in the last 3 years to pass onto the newly elected Head of Marketing. • Winning 2 awards whilst within the job due to the commitment and impact whilst in the position.


Student Ambassador

Royal Holloway, University of London

Sep 2014 - Jun 2015
  • • Provide advice and guidance to prospective students about Royal Holloway and university life in general; assists with a wide range of external-facing on-campus events, such as Open Days, UCAS Visit Days, Summer Schools and Taster sessions. • Duties include welcoming visitors, giving campus tours and taking part in question and answer sessions. Additionally working off campus at HE Fairs, UCAS Conventions and school visits.


Intern Marketing & Events

St. James’s Place Wealth Management

Mar 2014 - Jan 2015
  • • Developing Norfolk Wealth Managements marketing at events including the Dragon boat Festival and Somerleyton 5km race. • Shadowing the company’s seminars to important clients and businesses, developing my understanding on how to give an effective but efficient PowerPoint. • A basic understanding of how to begin advising clients in all areas of wealth management. • General day-to-day paperwork and the running of the practice.


Sales Assistant

Home Retail Group Adnams

Aug 2011 - Sep 2014
  • • Customer service skills including; working on the tills selling goods and add-ons for example insurance against set targets. • The returning of goods that are unsuitable or faulty. • Stock room work such as accepting, coordinating and checking deliveries from main distribution centers and creating visually appealing displays. • Collection duties including locating of goods and ensuring correct orders given out, often under time constraints but making sure that customer service was always paramount. • Becoming an experienced and well-respected member of the team I was able to delegate jobs under time restrains to other colleagues.




Royal Holloway, University of London

Aug 2012 - Apr 2015
  • F600 BSc (Hons) - 2:1


Maths, Physics, Geology, Geography

East Norfolk Sixth Form College

Aug 2010 - May 2012
  • Maths - AS Level - D Physics - A Level - C Geology - A Level - B Geography - A Level - C


NVQ Level 2

Lowestoft College

Aug 2008 - Jun 2010
  • PEO Level 2 - Pass



Mark Lloyd Davis Cup

  • Recognizes success through participation and is awarded to a student who has promoted and developed the Students


Passport Gold Award

  • Is to reward innovation and leadership skills, as well as sustained commitment over a prolonged period of time.


Society Crest

  • Awarded to individual members of societies/media outlets who have served their group above and beyond the call of duty be that individual on the committee or not.


Best Male Presenter

  • Awarded to an individual who has shown commitment, improvement and talent on the radio.


The Driver Prize

  • Having the most meritous work by a first year student in the Earth Sciences department.