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Part-Time Job Search

Part-time work while studying offers money and valuable experience. It needn't relate to your degree, but it helps build skills and connections. Balance is key - don't over commit.

Steps to get a part-time job:

  1. Plan ahead for job fairs.
  2. Prepare your CV using Indeed's example part-time skills-based CV example.
  3. Join extra-curricular activities for skills and connections -joining a team, club, or society, attending events or volunteering

Your source for part-time jobs, internships, and career opportunities with local and national employers.

USW Opportunities

Support the messaging and work of USW Careers as student representatives of the service.

Produce a range of engaging student life content for us to distribute via USW main social media channels and website.

Provide on-campus, face-to-face IT support and directional assistance to peers and staff in the first few weeks of the new academic year.

Support your peers in using the library, collaborate with library staff on projects, and promote library services.

You will play a vital role in representing the University and recruiting prospective students.

You'll offer digital support to peers through drop-in sessions, appointments, and lead training sessions on topics like USW systems, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.

This role involves welcoming students, distributing flyers, and supporting university events and campaigns.

Search a wide range of opportunities within the Students Union.

Local Opportunities

General Job Sites:

Not all jobs are advertised! Many use social media, word of mouth, or local postings. Contact local employers with a CV and cover letter. Ensure you showcase your transferable skills like communication, time management, and teamwork.

Agencies: Employment agencies can help find short-term or temporary jobs. Use Agency Central to find local agencies or those specialized in sectors like retail or call centers.

International Students: Visa restrictions may apply to your work hours and job type. Check the Immigration & International Student Advice Team for guidance on working in the UK while studying.

Please Note - External Content

External content is marked with an asterisk *. USW is not responsible for the content, quality or availability of this content, and students themselves are responsible for complying with any terms and conditions that may apply.