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Careers & Employability Centre,
Monday - Friday
Welcome to Campus Jobs
Campus Jobs is the University of Lincoln’s Student Employment Agency. Through Campus Jobs you can access all employment available on campus, from one off opportunities to regular job roles.
You can apply to as many roles as you wish and will be supported through the recruitment process by the Campus Jobs’ team. If you are successfully recruited, you will have the flexibility of taking up work around your studies with no ongoing commitment to a job role.
The Campus Jobs team will help you earn money and develop employability skills, balanced around your studies. All Campus Jobs student workers receive role specific training and a Campus Jobs Induction on registration.
Campus Jobs is part of the Careers & Employability team and provide a term time drop-in for student workers within the Careers and Employability Centre (Ground Floor, University Library), Monday to Friday 10:00 – 12:00.
If you are a member of staff, please visit our Campus Jobs Portal page.
How to apply
Direct Application - Student Job Shop
The Job Shop is the place to find your next part-time role. The Careers & Employability team can help you find a part time job to suit you and fit around your studies. As well as easing financial hardship, the aim is to ensure you develop and maximise your employability skills to place you in the best possible position to secure your chosen career upon graduation. In addition to holding vacancies for Campus Jobs, the Student Job Shop also advertises part-time vacancies with local employers, including casual, temporary and summer jobs as well as work experience and placement opportunities.
Expression of Interest
Campus Jobs hold on-going recruitment for a range of roles. By completing an Expression of Interest form, you can apply to a number of these roles at the same time. Note that a submitted Expression of Interest form gives no guarantee of being recruited into a Campus Jobs pool of student workers.
What Happens to a Submitted Form?
Campus Jobs receives an e-mail notification for every submitted Expression of Interest form, these are passed on to the relevant Hiring Manager to carry out their recruitment process and if successful, Campus Jobs will contact you to confirm and advise on what happens next. Complete your form here, or keep reading below to learn more.
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Find Out More
A dedicated and professional team is available to help with student enquiries regarding University systems and procedures, funding, fees and payments, housing, personal support and general advice and information. They can provide practical help, advice and support, resolve issues and concerns, and make referrals to specialist staff if necessary.
The Student Support team is here to ensure that you can access all of our services and information. They are the first people you will meet when you go into the Student Support Centre and the friendly, helpful staff can help you with a range of queries.
The Advice Service provides free, legal, confidential and impartial advice to all students and prospective students of the University. The advice covered includes; debt, employment, immigration, housing, welfare benefits and student funding.
The Advice Service offers a drop in service Monday to Friday between 12pm and 2pm or you can book an appointment by emailing.
The International Advice team is part of the Advice Service and are the only staff within the University of Lincoln who can legally provide immigration advice.
The team advise international students of their rights and responsibilities within many areas, including Tier 4 visas, working whilst studying, bringing your family over to the UK, working after studying, Schengen visas for travelling in Europe and much more. The team consists of experienced specialist immigration advisors.
The International Advice team has regular drop-in and information sessions plus Tier 4 Visa Workshops. Currently, information drop-in sessions happen Monday-Friday between 12pm-2pm in the Student Support Centre. They also have an extended immigration drop-in on a Tuesday between 10am-2pm. The Tier 4 Visa Workshops happen on a Tuesday at 5:30pm in the Library room 101.