Part Time Jobs and Volunteering Fair 2019

2nd July 2019

Part-time Jobs and Volunteering Fair 2019 The University of Sheffield annual Part-time Jobs and Volunteering fair will take place on Thursday 3rd October in the Octagon Centre at the heart of the University campus and runs from 10:30am - 2:00pm.

Organised by the Student Jobshop and Sheffield Volunteering - the fair brings together students looking for part-time work and voluntary roles and local employers with opportunities. If your organisation is looking to recruit students for paid part-time work then you have the opportunity to have a FREE stand at the fair. This is a unique opportunity to meet thousands of students looking for part-time work and to tell them about opportunities within your organisation. By coming to the Fair you can: promote your part-time/casual jobs (students can work for up to 16 hrs per week in term-time) recruit a pool of casual/bank workers to provide cover at busy times meet students face to face promote your organisation on campus As in previous years we expect the fair to be well attended, last year over 2000 students visited the fair, most bringing their CV ready to hand to prospective employers. We will be actively promoting the fair using a range of publicity channels. 2018 was one of our largest fairs yet with more stands than ever before, several employers said the best thing about the day was 'student enthusiasm', 'friendly helpful staff', 'volume of attendees', 'amazing the best jobs fair', ' engaged students' and a 'great all round day'. If you are looking for reliable staff in retail, hospitality, research, IT, education, events, security, administration, health and social care or any other area, why not join us on Thursday 3 October 2019? To find out more about the fair contact the Student Jobshop on 0114 2220940

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