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Work for Student Living

By TerSL 18 Jan 2019

Looking for a part-time job?

If you’re looking for a job that will fit around your studies next year you could find just what you’re after by working for Student Living.

Last year Student Living employed around 50 students in a variety of roles and this year we will be recruiting again for Residential Assistants, Social Reps and Hall Ambassadors. Most of these roles require that you live in halls, provide full training and of course, they look great on your CV !

Each job requires a different level of commitment and offers different hours of work, so there’s bound to be something that suits you and fits conveniently around your studies.

Residential Assistants tend to work regular set hours at their hall with the chance of overtime.  Social Reps and Halls Ambassadors work flexible hours making them ideal for fitting around course commitments.

Interested?

If you’re interested in any of these roles, keep a look out on the University’s job website for more details. We’ll be recruiting for Residential Assistants at the end of January, early February and for Halls Ambassadors and Social Reps in late spring.

Residential Assistants work on a rota basis with the other RAs in their hall.  Shifts tend to be a few hours a few times a week in the late afternoon and evening after Hall Managers go off duty and night time staff start their shifts.  At weekends they can work Saturday afternoons and be ‘on call’. Find out more about being a Residential Assistant.

Hall Ambassadors work on Open and Applicant Days which are mainly on Saturday’s and occasional Wednesday afternoons. Shifts are usually a minimum of five hours. Find out more about being a Halls Ambassador by emailing t.walter@derby.ac.uk.

Social Reps tend to work evenings for a few hours and sometimes at weekends if there is a trip somewhere or a special event.  The best bit about the job is that you get paid to go on trips and join in with activities. Find out more about being a Social Rep by emailing socialreps@derby.ac.uk.

Happy job hunting!

TerSL

TerSL is Teresa. She works for Derby Student Living and likes foreign travel, Spanish food and walking her dog Archie in the Peak District.
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