YOUR STUDENT GUIDE
We are recruiting for a wide range of roles. These include brand ambassadors, event staff, blog writers, and more! If you’re interested, complete our signup form here. In previous years, our top brand ambassadors made over £2,000 before arriving at university, working from home.
If you're specifically looking for jobs in the retail sector, then RetailChoice is your first port of call. You can filter your searches by job, location or company, to help you find the right role for you. There is a good mix of full-time, part-time and temporary roles advertised too, so its a good option whether you're looking for work at uni or after graduation.
Just as its name suggests, StudentJob specialises in student jobs of all shapes and varieties. There are plenty of part-time and summer jobs for you to take a look at, but also graduate jobs, placements and internships. It covers all the big cities in the UK, and they have lots of international opportunities, too. If you're fluent in another language, you can even filter by language so you're able to make some money out of your skill!
This is the leading site for hospitality and catering jobs, so if you fancy yourself working in a restaurant or bar, it's a good place to start. Jobs are divided up into hotels, restaurants, pubs and bars, and food services so you can tailor your job search to exactly what you want – whether you fancy yourself as a waiter or kitchen assistant.
Syft is an up-and-coming app that helps jobseekers find flexible, temp work with reputable employers. There are no minimum shifts, and the type of work on offer is varied, making this app perfect if you're after work without committing to a long-term contract. The only thing to watch out for is travel costs – it might not be worth travelling a long distance for a shift if the pay isn't substantial. Make sure to price this up before signing up to do anything.
Flair is a nationwide company, helping people find jobs in sport, festival, hospitality and promo work. Roles include brand ambassadors, bar staff, street marketing, front of house and wristbanding. For many roles, no previous experience is necessary – it's all about having the right kind of attitude and good communication skills. It's the perfect site if you're looking for casual summer work where you'll be paid weekly.