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12 Dec, 2019
£7.70 - £8.21 hourly
Want to work at some of the biggest and best sporting events, music events and festivals? Are you a team player, friendly with fantastic customer service? Well then, we want you as part of our hospitality and events team! We are currently looking for: Bar staff, Waiting staff, Conference hosts, Cocktail bar staff, Ambassadors, wrist banding and stewarding staff for a variety of top events in the run up to Christmas and beyond....... What’s in it for you? Flexible Ad hoc work that can fit around your studies and social life. Great training and certification to boost your CV Chance to work amazing events around Yorkshire Meet new people and make friends and have fun Free transport to events outside of Leeds from the University What do we look for? Outgoing, positive personality. Great customer service skills. Well presented. Work well under pressure and as part of a team. Reliable and Trustworthy. Previous experience is not essential; your personal qualities and a 'can do' attitude is what counts! Training is provided Pay - £7.70/hour - £8.21/hour (Applicants must, be 18 years of age or over (due to licencing laws)
Joblink Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
12 Dec, 2019
Student Minds, the UK’s student mental health charity, are looking for male volunteers who are interested in giving their time to change the state of male students’ Mental Health through the Men’s Mental Health Project. Be part of a group of male students running 'Look After Your Mate' workshops for male students on your campus to give your peers the tools to support themselves and their friends. This will be a great opportunity to increase your experience of building and maintaining interpersonal relationships, confidence in public speaking; motivating and mentoring others. These skills are essential to graduate life, and this is an exciting chance for you to make positive change on campus. Find out more and apply
Student Minds Voluntary
12 Dec, 2019
£15.00 - £20.00 hourly
YES, You can actually get paid (and paid well) for playing Minecraft. Is this your dream job? MINEBLOX are the leading children’s after school provider offering days across the week. We are looking for bright and enthusiastic Minecraft Leader to lead our Minecraft after school sessions, where young budding Minecraft enthusiasts come develop their skills and experience of the game. The children will be primary school aged (4-12) and will be at their school straight after they finish (around 3-4:30pm) on various days throughout the week. All schools will be based in and around Leeds. . The ideal candidate will: Have extensive knowledge of Minecraft (Console and Pocket Edition) Have experience working with children Have good imagination on making the sessions fun and exciting for all involved Why work for MINEBLOX? Great weekly rates of pay (£15.00- £20.00 per hour) Working for a small, close knit team who have a passion for teaching children new skills within sport Opportunity for consistent work over every school holiday.... Please DO NOT apply if you have no experience of either working as a leader or experience of working with children. A Drivers Licence is Required. Full training will be provided on how to run the sessions. Job Type: Part-time Salary: £15.00-20.00/hour
MINEBLOX Remote (Leeds, UK) Part time & Casual
10 Dec, 2019
£8.25 hourly
£8.25 per hour  Part time - 12 hours per week, term time only Closing Date: 9am Monday 13 January 2020 Job ref: 121/19 Leeds University Union is a charity that helps over 38,000 students love their time at Leeds. Located at the heart of campus, the Union is a space to meet people, make new friends and get involved. Find out more about Leeds University Union at   www.luu.org.uk   or follow us on Twitter   @LeedsUniUnion . If you are committed and highly motivated with an ability to work in a demanding and fast paced, democratic organisation, then this role could be the one for you. You will work within the Help & Support team and be one of the first points of contact for many students, staff and colleagues.  You will provide information and general help, as well as promoting our health and wellbeing activities within the foyer space at LUU.  You will need to be confident and comfortable in approaching customers to offer help and support through our roaming service, as well as being desk-based. The Help & Support team work together to ensure students love their time at Leeds, by providing the right help, advice and support so that we make life better for everybody. This is an interesting and challenging role, where you will learn a wide variety of skills and gain invaluable experience.  If you have aspirations to work in management, the health or social care sector, the leisure and tourism industry, or if you’re just looking for a part-time job that makes a difference, this could be the perfect role for you. If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Katie Hughes on 0113 3801 424 or email  k.hughes@leeds.ac.uk . To apply, please visit our website using the link provided. Please note that we do not accept CVs. If you haven't heard from us within four weeks of the closing date then, unfortunately, you haven't been successful on this occasion. Closing date:  9am   Monday   13   January   2020      Interviews:  Monday 27 January 2020       LUU is committed to equality and valuing diversity within its employees. We particularly welcome applications from Mandarin speakers who are currently underrepresented in these roles at LUU.
Leeds University Union Leeds University Union, Lifton Place, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
05 Dec, 2019
£8.00 - £8.21 hourly
Interested in consumer behaviour? Joblink are pleased to be recruiting on behalf of an established innovative Market Research agency. The agency work on behalf of large household named brands across 21 countries providing qualitative and quantitative research, shopper insights,   data science and content creation. We are looking for individuals to help support their research projects. What you could be doing: Hosting research panels - welcoming research participants, handing out information, guiding participants through the product testing process   which may include a mock supermarket and collecting feedback Face to face interviews - Interviewing research participants, asking set questions about the product they have tested Recruiting research participants - calling people who have registered interest in taking part in research and screening their suitability Analysing adverts - reviewing adverts and writing brief reports What experience do you need? No experience necessary however you will need to be a confident communicator with a good level of English language. This role would particularly suit those studying marketing, corporate communications, market research, data science or related. Hours of work: Work is project led so no set shift pattern.   There maybe a few weeks between projects. The shifts are often long over several days per week. We're looking for someone who can commit 2-3 full days per week to working. Those students available for more hours may be asked to work full week. Interested? Apply with a CV and a brief cover note explaining why you would like to work for this employer Application closing date: 1st January 2020
Joblink Remote (Cross Gates, Leeds, UK) Part time & Casual
04 Dec, 2019
Humpit Hummus is the fastest growing UK vegan brand with 13 stores across the country with 6 stores in top universities across the country. We are now looking for brand ambassadors who can help us push our amazing brand with other students. We are all about recruiting personalities and dynamic people who can help us grow to the next level.  We’re looking for fun, energetic, confident individuals to help us promote our fantastic brand across all university campuses.  The Job will involve leafleting, social media support, sampling and liaising with new and current societies.  For more information please email candy@humpit-hummus.com
Humpit Hummus Leeds University Union, Lifton Place, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
03 Dec, 2019
£9.02 hourly
Are you a self-motivated and versatile individual with a can-do attitude? Do you have a high level of accuracy and excellent attention to detail? Are you a good communicator?  The Research and Innovation Service (RIS) provides central support to research and innovation across the University. The Contracts team, based in RIS, supports the research and innovation community by work closely with academics and support staff in the drafting, review and negotiation of R&I contracts.   We are looking for a self-motivated and versatile individual with a can-do attitude to assist in the mapping of workflow, processes and system requirement documentation in the Contracts team. The post holder will work closely with the Contracts Officer and the rest of the Contracts team as appropriate.  The role will involve supporting the capture of workflow, processes and system requirements (documenting these appropriately), along with populating sets of template agreements with project variables. As a self-motivated individual you will have a flexible approach to work and be capable of independent management, whilst being able to take direction. You will be a confident user of IT, and able to demonstrate a high level of accuracy and excellent attention to detail. You must be able to demonstrate the effective use of organisational skills and be able to maintain confidentiality. Ideally, you will have some experience with project management and process mapping.    What does the role entail?  As a Contracts Assistant, your main duties will include: Handling confidential information appropriately; Assisting with workflow and system requirement documentation using spreadsheets and bespoke IT systems Manipulation of electronic information as necessary, including exploitation of spreadsheets; Identifying and locating information and documents in physical and electronic formats; Liaising with members of the Contracts team where required; Other duties as requested, commensurate with the grade of this role.   What will you bring to the role?  As a Contracts Assistant, you will have: Good communication skills Experience of working co-operatively with others Excellent attention to detail, with demonstrable ability to deliver high standards of accuracy and present information clearly and concisely An organised but flexible approach to work Experience of planning, organising and managing priorities, including your own workload  Previously used, with confidence, Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel Experience of working independently and using initiative to discover information and solve problems, whilst knowing when to refer matters to other members of staff  You may also have: Experience of managing workflow Project management training Office experience
Joblink University of Leeds, Research and Innovation Service Full time
03 Dec, 2019
£9.49 hourly
As a European dairy co-operative, Arla Foods is owned and governed by over 11,000 dairy farmers. In the UK alone, we have over 2,000 dedicated farmers; these are our ‘Members’ and our most vital stakeholders! As a dynamic FMCG company, Arla Food’s purpose is to create the highest value for our Members’ milk, through making some of the world’s favourite dairy products including Cravendale®, Anchor®, Lurpak® and Castello®. Do you like to work on different projects with many different stakeholders? Can you keep an overview of the progress of many different projects and inform all your relevant stakeholders? If so, this position might be something for you. The Global Product Management department in Leeds is looking for a student assistant to support us with our daily tasks. Product Management Assistant (PMA) Team You will be a part of the product management assistant team, we coordinate the launch of new products, make changes to existing packaging and create new item and packaging numbers. In this role your responsibilities could include:  Helping to keep databases updated Creating project overviews Registration of data in SAP Ordering samples and a broad variety of tasks You will work together with the Product Management Assistants, our dairies and a great variety of stakeholders across Arla.     Person specification:  We are looking for a candidate with strong organisation skills and an eye for detail. You are used to juggling different projects while keeping all of your stakeholders informed. You can keep an overview in a hectic day, while you work independently and remain goal orientated. As a quick learner, you will have strong IT skills and will be able to quickly understand new systems. Hours: Part-time, 12-15 hours per week, over several days, flexible Salary:  £9.49 per hour Application closing date: 2nd January 2020
Joblink Remote (Arla Foods Head Office, Savannah Way, Leeds Valley Park, Leeds, UK) Part time & Casual
25 Nov, 2019
Duties: Simply creating landing pages for the use of competitions/entries and events Placing landing pages on our social media for when we host competitions, giveaways, etc. Adding content to our website and making any changes when needed Benefits: Only required to come to the office (Bradford) for a few hours every week/fortnight Chance to work from home A relaxed role for the right candidate with correct experience/skills No uniform policy Opportunity to gain work experience with only a small workload
Cancer Support Yorkshire Bradford, UK Part time & Casual Internship