Part time jobs
Apply for paid part time positions within the university and with businesses in York.
Many students have a part time job alongside their studies.
If you’re looking for a part time job, we can help you find one! We have links with businesses in York and advertise part time jobs all year round. You can find these jobs on our online Career's portal LaunchPad Online.
We also host job fairs and employer events where students can talk to employers and find out more about jobs before applying. Keep an eye out for all of our virtual events on LaunchPad Online.
We run student internships throughout term time, and summer internships during the summer which are fixed term opportunities.
They are part time paid positions which provide you with an opportunity to develop your employability skills, enhance your CV and get more out of your time at university.
You can find these internships on our online career's portal LaunchPad Online.
These resources will help you to enhance your chances at securing a job:
- Watch this video to develop your CV, cover letter and application writing which will increase your chance at securing an interview: LaunchPad - Application Theory (YouTube)
- If you are unsure about what kind of jobs you should apply for, you can input your skills, motivations and desires to find out which jobs are most suited to you: Career planner (Prospects website)
- You can also send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org to get some feedback or book a careers appointment with our careers advisors to discuss your CV: Book a careers appointment (LaunchPad Online)
Explore other university job opportunities
Our Ambassadors are the face of York St John. You will work with the Student Recruitment team to take weekly campus tours, support campus events such as open days, lead school visit groups and help with Clearing. There are also opportunities to work at off-campus events.
Students as researchers
Conduct paid research work alongside staff supervisors. You will be paid for the work you do and can gain communication skills too. It's a great way to work as part of a team and contribute to university research.