Current Students and Staff

// University News

4 Dec 2014

Advertise part-time work vacancies through the Careers and Employability jobshop

If you’re looking for someone to take on casual, temporary work or a project on a part-time basis, then why not consider advertising the job to the University’s students through work@lboro – the jobshop run by the University’s Careers and Employability Centre.

The jobshop was established last year and currently has almost 1,200 Loughborough students registered. Part-time opportunities are added to the vacancy portal, Careers Online, and are promoted to the University’s students via Twitter, @workatlboro.

The Careers and Employability Centre can help departments advertise their vacancies by writing job descriptions, receiving applications, shortlisting, and arranging and conducting interviews.

Part-time work can help the University’s students in several ways: it gives them additional income, provides them with experience of different job sectors and enhances their CV and employability.

For more information about the service, contact Hemisha Dalal, Employer Engagement and Vacancy Coordinator, T: 228434, E: