The Jobshop is located on Level 3 of the Students' Union, next to SSiD. Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10-3pm; Tues 11-3pm.
Whether you are looking for a part-time job to earn some extra cash or you want to gain some additional skills and experience whilst you study, the Student Jobshop team is here to help.
We trawl the shops, bars and businesses of Sheffield (including the Students' Union itself and University departments) to find part-time jobs that will fit around your studies. Use us too to find out about vacation work, summer internships or year out placements.
We hope you will come up and see us – you’ll find us in the Students' Union between New Leaf and SSiD, or look out for us out and about on campus.
You can also find out more on Facebook and Twitter (available on the right)
If you are looking for a part-time job our online vacancy service is the best place to start.
Tell us all about it – we would love to hear about your experiences of working while you study – you can provide us with a case study or read about other students’ experiences.
Register for the SfWC to make the most of any job you do whilst you study.
Each February we start looking for our Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY). If you have a part-time job, ensure your employer knows they can nominate you and in return you can nominate them as Student employer of the year!
We have more information for international students including video clips about working in the UK
You will need a National Insurance Number (NINO) to work in the UK. Book direct on 0845 600 0643 or look out for our registration events at the Careers Service.
NINO's are issued free of charge.
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As a student who is working you are also eligible to join a trade union.
We offer panel sessions, Jobshop drop-ins, talks and CV workshops.
Some hints and tips to help you in your search for part-time work.
Some hints and tips on getting paid, paying tax and national insurance etc.
Find out about part-time jobs, internships, placements, vacation jobs and more.
Sometimes it helps to widen your search for a job. Download this guide to get hints and tips.
A student working for Marks and Spencer describes why it is important to gain work experience.
Based in the Students' Union, the Advice Centre has lots of useful information for international students about working in the UK.
This website also includes information for Romanian and Bulgarian students.