Opportunities for students and graduates
The Careers Services works with students and recent graduates to enhance their employability, and University staff can play an integral part in supporting this.
Students should be encouraged to pursue work experience/placement opportunities early in their degree programme. Departments that require support can consider employing casual student workers to benefit from an enthusiastic and flexible workforce, with different skills and perspective at an affordable cost.
Advertise your vacancies
The Student Jobshop can help to advertise your opportunities to students and graduates, including part-time/casual work, summer/year-long placements, vacation work and graduate jobs on Career Connect.
The team offers support with wage types/pay rates, promoting vacancies and helping to fill positions at short notice from a pool of student workers.
myJobshop is the University’s online portal used to administer casual student workers and Graduate Teaching Assistants.
The Student Jobshop carry out registration, eligibility to work checks and visa compliance monitoring. Hiring Managers benefit from easy administration of electronic time sheets and a recruitment and selection tool to help find the perfect candidate.
For queries or support, please contact us at 0114 22 20927 or email@example.com
|On CampUS Internships||
The On CampUS Internships scheme is aimed at academic and professional services departments who are interested in engaging a current University of Sheffield student to work on a project based placement.
What does the programme involve?
Students receive payment equivalent to £10 per hour for taking part in this scheme. Payment is administrated through the My JobShop system and requires placement hosts to weekly verify student timesheets.
For some projects, we will be able to provide up to 100% funding to cover the cost of engaging a student. Alternatively, your department can offer to provide 100% of the funding needed.
What you need to do
You must be able to offer a suitable project-based internship which will comprise of 50 to 100 hours. As part of these hours, your department is expected to allow up to a maximum of 5 hours for the student to undertake reflection which could include completing their end of internship poster submission.
You will need to commit to supporting a student throughout their internship by providing:
If you have any questions, please read our FAQs. These also outline the expectations we have of students involved in the On CampUS Internships programme.
If you have further questions please contact
What support will I receive
The On CampUS Internships team will:
Please note: ALL internship must be completed by Friday 3rd July 2020. Students are advised to work no more than 16 hours per week, however during vacation periods students can work full-time (within any individual student visa restrictions).