Finding vacation work
There are plenty of websites dedicated to student job opportunities. The Employment4students site e4s.co.uk, has hundreds of jobs advertised, from supermarket work to positions on holiday camps. SuperCamps advertises on this site looking for activity instructors, paying £253-£318 a week.
ProceedUK.com recruits students for summer roles within the company secretarial departments of e.g. leading publishing houses and a big-four accountancy firms, as senior company secretaries. Undergraduates can expect to be paid for these types of roles – typically £18,000 – £22,000 pro rata or sometimes up to £25,000 pro rata.
Another option is my tutor-web.co.uk where students can earn up to £12 per hour providing one-to-one online exam support for children studying for A-levels or GCSE’s . Undergraduates can work from any location and put in as many or as few hours as they like. To be eligible, you must be studying at one of the 24 Russell Group universities and have obtained A or A* grades at A-level or equivalent in your chosen subjects. If teaching A-level students you must be studying the subjects you tutor as a key element of your degree.
Other websites that advertise job opportunities for students include student job.co.uk, student-jobs.co.uk and fish4.co.uk. There’s also festaff.co.uk if you want to work at any of the big music festivals.
Interview Advantage’s graduate recruitment experts will prepare you for the right vacation or trainee placement leading to that sought-after graduate job or training contract.