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Campus Jobs


Campus Jobs, Careers Centre,
University Library, Ground Floor

Leanne Jones
Student Employment Officer

Tel: +44 (0)1522 837868

Drop – In Opening Hours:

Monday: 10am – 12pm
Wednesday: 10am – 12pm
Friday: 10am – 12pm





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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.

"Campus Jobs is really useful for making extra money without committing to too many hours, and for knowing that you are going to be earning a good wage that will be paid on time." - Milly - Student Ambassador

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 based in the Careers and Employability Centre (Ground Floor, University Library).



If you are a member of staff, please visit our Campus Jobs Portal page.

How to apply

Direct Application – CareerLinc

CareerLinc 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, CareerLinc also advertises part-time vacancies with local employers, including casual, temporary and summer jobs as well as work experience and placement opportunities.Access CareerLinc

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. Expression of Interest form

What Happens to a Submitted Form?

"These roles have taught me to never shy away from an opportunity, but instead to make the most of every opportunity" - Dan, Careers Service Assistant

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. You can find out more including answers to frequently asked questions below.

(If you are using Google Chrome with an Android Phone and cannot see the form correctly, open the browser’s navigation bar, click the 3 dots on the right, and select ‘Request desktop site’ from the dropdown menu.)

Guaranteed Interview Scheme for Care Leavers

The Careers & Employability service have made a positive commitment to introduce a Guaranteed Interview Scheme (GIS) for care leaver students applying for the Campus Jobs Central Pool. Through this scheme care leavers who complete the application to the best of their ability and who meet the minimum essential criteria for the Campus Jobs Central Pool will be eligible for an interview. Click the link below for more information.  

GIS for Care Leavers

HMRC Guidance

HMRC has seen an increase in scammers targeting students by pretending to be HMRC.

They have provided some guidance on how to identify scam calls, emails and text messages.

It’s important to make sure your information is protected, and to be careful who you’re sharing your confidential details with.

If you receive a call, email or text message from someone claiming to be HMRC – always refer to the guidance to check that they are genuine before providing any information.

HMRC Guidance

Find out more and useful links