Joblink is the student employment service in Leeds. Based on campus for over 12 years, our staff have a wealth of experience to help students access skills and employment.

19 Sep, 2019
£7.70 - £8.21 hourly
We’re looking for someone who’s a good communicator to help us to write marketing emails to our 30,000 students. Can you make dry copy more friendly and engaging to a student audience? Could you improve our attendance at Careers events by encouraging students to sign up? This role is perfect for a student who wants to get their foot in the door in a marketing role – working alongside our placements team and communications officer to write weekly marketing emails to students advertising upcoming events.  You will have: Excellent writing and communication skills Good understanding of social media Effective organisational and time management skills Ability to work accurately and with attention to detail Ability to work under pressure Ability to use own initiative Flexible working approach with a willingness to pick up additional tasks when and where needed Please apply by writing a short covering letter (up to 600 words) summarising any relevant skills, experience and interests. Part Time: 3 hours a week, term time only Start Date: 1st October 2019 End Date: End of Semester 1 
Joblink Careers Centre, University of Leeds, Cromer Terrace, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
12 Sep, 2019
£7.70 - £8.25 hourly
The LUU Cleaning Service team need you! The Leeds University Union cleaning services team are responsible for keeping our amazing student union sparkly clean before and after club nights, gigs, fairs etc As a cleaning assistant you will work in a close team ensuring high cleanliness standards are maintained at all times for our members. What will you be doing? Litter picking Emptying bins Sweeping, mopping Using floor cleaning machine Routinely checking areas around the student union building Reporting maintenance and security issues Working in a team supporting colleagues What shifts are available? Shifts are offered on a casual basis between Monday-Sunday. Example of shift times include: 4am - 11am 6am - 10am 4pm - 8pm 10pm - 4am 11pm - 6am A usual week would include 1 to 3 shifts per week (4 - 12 hrs) If you would be interested in joining our cleaning services team, please apply with a brief note of why you would like to join the team
Joblink Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
12 Sep, 2019
£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. A normal working day would be 8.30 - 4.30pm or half day 13.30 - 5pm and we would look for you to work 1 or 2 days per week. Those students available for more hours may be asked to work full week. Interested? Apply with cv and a brief cover note explaining why you would like to work for this employer
Joblink Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
11 Sep, 2019
£23,067 yearly
The Digital Education Service (DES) at the University of Leeds are looking for individuals with experience in digital content management with excellent communication and organisational skills to support the development and maintenance of online courses on external and internal learning platforms.   Duties Supporting Lead Instructional Designers to develop, deliver, and maintain high-quality online courses; Working with Lead Instructional Designers and Course Design Managers to ensure timely and accurate delivery of online content; Assisting in the quality assurance of online courses ensuring that courses are designed and developed in accordance with style and copyright guidelines; Timely recording and maintenance of information in Excel log reports and tracking documents associated with course development (these include copyright logs and reports on course sign-ups and progress); Proofreading and editing online written and video content (including subtitles) in adherence to the University’s style guidelines; Identifying and escalating content or technical issues/queries to Lead Instructional Designers and Course Design Managers; Checking that course content and other technologies are compatible with multiple operating systems, web browsers and devices; Developing online activities such as quizzes, surveys and assessments; Downloading, formatting, and uploading content to online learning platforms.     Requirements Proven experience of successfully delivering digitally focussed production projects to an agreed standard with support from senior colleagues; Well-developed organisational skills with the proven ability to work flexibly and plan and prioritise work and deliver against demanding deadlines without compromising accuracy; Experience of using initiative and making useful contributions to projects; Excellent interpersonal and both written and verbal communication skills, with the proven ability to liaise effectively with a wide range of stakeholders across a variety of disciplines; The ability to maintain accurate and detailed records; The understanding and experience of handling accessibility, privacy, intellectual property and copyright issues; Intermediate skills in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, and PDF; Excellent attention to detail, editing and proof-reading abilities; A willingness to learn new techniques and the ability to work in a changing environment; Proven experience of working effectively with a wide range of stakeholders across a variety of disciplines; Proven experience of working on a range of digitally focussed production projects concurrently. You may also have: A relevant first degree, or equivalent; Experience of assisting in the development of online courses; Experience of working in a Higher Education environment; Knowledge of pedagogy and course design.   Hours to be arranged to suit but must be available to work a minimum of 20 hours a week (OR maximum of 35 hours per week if applying for full time role) during standard office hours (Mon-Fri 9-5) Please note this is a fixed-term role until 23rd December 2019 (with the possibility of extension).
Joblink University of Leeds Digital Education Service Part time & Casual
02 Sep, 2019
£10.00 - £12.00 hourly
Joblink is working on behalf of a worldwide expert in protecting major brands from Social Media and User Generated Content risks. A dynamic organisation, we use cutting edge technologies to deliver high quality and innovative solutions to global brand names in a fast growing market sector. Providing 24/7 moderation across client social media channels, we remove spam, offensive and unsuitable content, alert our clients should a potential PR crisis or Threat occur.   The Role The Language Specialist role is part of the Risk Detection Team. The aim of this role is to help us build and maintain linguistic rules in your particular language which will help our technology to keep our client’s online presence free of risks (e.g. bullying, spam, cybersex). Full training will be given on systems used for this role. However, you will need to be comfortable with IT, be analytic and have a fine attention to detail as you will be handling large amounts of data. Languages of interest: French and Russian General Duties                                                               Constructing linguistic rules which will accurately match text strings that highlight particular forms of behaviour or chat in online environments and social media platforms. Assuring the quality of existing rules to ensure that they are not generating excessive false positive results. Providing assistance to the rest of the Risk Detection Team with client support requests about missing, superfluous or inaccurate filter list words or expressions. Be a pro-active, productive and positive team member     Key requirements Qualifications, training and experience required Excellent understanding of the mechanics of the language contracted for Good understanding of online communities and social media through regular use (Online gaming experience a bonus) Excellent written and verbal communication skills Key Personal Characteristics A logical thinker and quick learner Strong attention to detail Strong team work ethics Possessing strong initiative and ability to prioritize tasks and work independently Ability to use initiative and apply common sense Methodical  
Joblink Leeds, UK Part time & Casual