Student Employee of the Year awards 2014

18th March 2014

It's that time of year again when the Careers Service at The University of Sheffield are promoting the Student Employee of the Year Awards #seoty.

These awards aim to recognise and promote the outstanding contributions and achievements of students who combine part-time work with their study commitments. Employers are being invited to nominate their student employees for the award to recognise the contribution that they make. Students can really add something to a business and the growth in the Student Employee of the Year awards year on year shows that employers recognise this. In a difficult graduate recruitment market, an award can boost a student's CV and give them the all-important edge they need to succeed. If a University of Sheffield student is exceptional, then it's worthwhile spending the time nominating them and having a positive impact on their future. Employers can nominate in the following 3 categories; • Above & Beyond Award • Commercial Impact Award • Step Up To Leadership Award Nominating a student worker for an award will; • Add vital proof of employability and skills to their CV • Recognise and inspire exceptional student workers • Build loyalty and boost morale among staff Employers wishing to nominate a student forthe Student Employee of the Year award can nominate online here http://tinyurl.com/SEOTY14 and select off campus. The closing date for online nominations is 17th April 2014. If employers would like to discuss the awards before making their nomination or need further information please do not hesitate in contacting the University of Sheffield Student Jobshop, studentjobshop@sheffield.ac.uk or call 0114 222 0940.

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