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.

22 Jan, 2020
£9.49 hourly
*Please note applications for this role will be reviewed by Joblink and forwarded to the employer* To apply, please write a brief cover letter as to how you believe you are suitable for the role and what you hope to get out of it and accompany application with your relevant CV We are looking for an Assistant in the HR function at Arla Foods. Arla Foods is the forth largest dairy in the world with and a cooperative of over 12000 farmers across Europe. Arla is headquartered in Denmark with UK Headquarters in Leeds. The Assistant role will be based in the commercial part of the business in Arla’s UK Head Office in Leeds. T his is a temporary role and based on 12-15 hours per week flexible around studies The role is currently planned to continue up to summer with the possibility of extending further depending on your availability. and business needs. The role is primarily to give Arla support in a number of key projects,  The key responsibilities on the 2020 agenda for this role are: Coordinate and market the Arla Learning Week (22nd June) Working with a team of representatives from the business Design a week of learning activities – with sessions run by internal and external facilitators Designing the booklet and marketing internally via a number of different mediums Working with counterparts across European countries to align the plan and common learning sessions Setting up the courses on the learning platform (Success Factors LMS) Brexit communications and project work Working with site leaders and coordinators to ensure we capture employees’ needs and concerns Designing communication materials on updates that we need to cascade across the business Managing the data gathering of intel re attrition, settled status progress, employee surveys This role would particularly benefit those studying a related business, social science or HR bachelors or masters degree
Joblink Leeds, UK Part time & Casual
22 Jan, 2020
£9.02 hourly
Residence Night Porter Grade 2 Residential Services, Facilities Directorate Are you customer focused and dedicated to providing an excellent service? Are you adaptable and flexible with good interpersonal and communication skills? Do you know how to go the extra mile for customers? Residential Services provides accommodation for around 8,000 students located at different sites, both on and off campus and we are committed to delivering an exceptional experience for our customers. We are seeking two Night Porters to join our team with responsibility for patrolling some of our residential sites, providing customer service to residents and undertaking general duties such as cleaning and minor maintenance. You will be able to work effectively on your own with minimal supervision but also as part of a wider team. The role also involves driving a Residential Service vehicle so you will also need a full current valid driving licence and recent driving experience. Your hours of work will be an annual average of 35 hours per week over a 52 week reference period, worked on a shift pattern of 4 nights on/4 nights off including weekends. Flexibility is required in order to help us continually deliver a high standard of service to our customers. What does the role entail? As a Residence Night Porter, your main duties will include: • Providing a high level of customer service to residents and visitors; responding to issues in a prompt and professional manner; • Carrying out routine checks across some residences to ensure the security of the sites and its residents and liaising with University Security and Residence Wardens/Sub- wardens regarding any student problems or security issues encountered. Ensuring that any problems/issues are recorded accurately logged and reported to the Residence Manager and other staff as required.
Joblink Full time
20 Jan, 2020
£8.40 hourly
  Internship Outline PPM+ is the LTHT in-house developed Electronic Health Record (EHR) which is a key element of improving the delivery of care and supporting the trust’s ambition to be paperlite by 2020.  The students will have the opportunity to work within a development team that are delivering this EHR within the framework of an annual roadmap.  This will be a practical and hands on experience where student’s work will be promoted to everyday use by over 23k users of the platform delivering care to patients from across Leeds and Yorkshire region.  Project Aim, Objective and Outcomes: Infrastructure support (as required) Produce business requirements Delivery of eFormsDevelopment of simple features within the main EHR application Testing of new EHR functionality Using reporting of EHR data to provide information and insight to clinicians and managers Project Opportunities: Working with EHR Development (lead Head of EHR Development) Through practical delivery of specific work, working alongside wider members of the permanent EHR Development Team and will have developed knowledge and understanding of: AGILE (Essential SaFE) software development, testing and release methodologies including Kanbans; EPICS; User Stories; Acceptance criteria etc Support to Request to Change process and understanding of associated prioritisation processes Requirement gathering and story composition to describe new eForms and minimum viable products including presentation at Design Sessions and Show and Tells Clinical and Management/Admin stakeholder engagement around requirement elicitation and implementation of released products Using the Trust eForms framework product to develop electronic forms for the EHR Extending Development experience by creating simple features (reference data; tabulated views) and making simple UI changes (C#; .NET; JAVA) Functional and automated test scripting and processes Deployment methodologies using industry standard tools such as Azure DevOps Challenges affecting the implementation and roll-out of new features across a complex organisation You will have attended various key decision-making groups that support this process to gain a better understanding of wider decision making and prioritisation process for developing an EHR within a complex environment with competing priorities e.g. Development Steering Group; Digital Clinical Reference Group; Technical Design and Architecture Group Working with Information and Insight (lead EHR Reporting Manager) Through practical delivery of work, you will have developed knowledge and understanding of Stakeholder engagement around reporting requirement elicitation Data Extraction techniques Data Transform techniques Data Load techniques Data analysis and presentation techniques using tools available to LTHT Appreciation of the difference between Data and it’s direct use within a working environment through the production of “Information and Insight” Recognition of the varied levels in which data can help clinicians and managers deliver a clinical service  Person Specification: Required Disciplines: Good written communication skills including spelling, grammar etc Good team skills - being able to liaise with people over requirements and ask for help where stuck, but also able to work independently Required Technical Skills: Good communication with a wide range of technical and clinical stakeholders Reporting and analysis skills Familiarity with software tools  This role may be suitable for: Students doing computing type courses Students with a technical aptitude studying general courses (e.g. business) 1st-3rd/penultimate year students Hours are flexible, with 2 days minimum per week required to allow continuity of work.     Start Date: January (Casual work), June (Summer Internship) or October (Work placement) This role will close 30 January 2020 for casual work
Joblink St James's University Hospital, Beckett Street, Harehills, Leeds, UK Part time & Casual Internship
20 Jan, 2020
£14.68 hourly
Do you have experience building coded processes in R to support data analysis and data visualisation? We are looking for a recent graduate or current Masters student with advanced skills in data processing, analysis and visualisation using R, to join our growing team within the Digital Education Service helping to use learning analytics data to support data-driven interventions to support learners in online courses. You will run, adapt and develop coded processes for the analysis and presentation of data. You will help draw insight from data and take care to ensure that all code is accurate and effective. You will help ensure that all learner data is managed effectively and in line with data protection regulation and best practice. Role Description Using specialist knowledge to build and adapt coded processes in R Studio to clean, analyse and visualise data; Maintaining detailed technical notes and contributing to quality assurance of code outputs through peer review processes; Combining data from a variety of sources to contribute to the production of recommendations in line with Service strategy; Contributing to the preparation of formal evaluation reports to meet the requirements and influence the decisions of the Service management team and external partners; Supporting the Engagement and Communications Team by providing data-driven insight into the effectiveness of engagement and communications activity, and producing segmented datasets based on defined parameters; Contributing to the development of automated data analytics processes and outputs (such dashboards) for online course evaluation; These duties provide a framework for the role and should not be regarded as a definitive list. Person Specification Ideally, we would like someone with; Experience of processing, analysing, and interpreting large and complex datasets using R and R Studio; Knowledge of data protection and privacy best practice and regulations (including GDPR); Skilled in quantitative research methodologies and data visualisation methods and software (including Microsoft Excel); The ability to work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail with a methodological approach to work and the ability to identify errors, inconsistencies and trends in data; and experience in recording data analysis processes, including writing up technical notes; Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills and the ability to think strategically and creatively, with a commitment to continuous development of your skills; The ability to work effectively in a team environment by collaborating, supporting and valuing the contribution of colleagues; An organised, flexible and proactive approach to work, with experience of working independently with minimal supervision, organising and managing own workload, and meeting competing priorities and deadlines. You may also have: Experience of working in education, preferably in Higher Education and/or online and digital education; Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science; Data Analytics; Statistics; Mathematics or other related area; Experience with the development of dashboards (e.g. Tableau, PowerBI). Experience of analysing qualitative information (e.g. survey response data) to support quantitative evidence for the development and evaluation of effective action plans and interventions. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to clearly articulate complex information, using data to tell a story, and modifying your approach to suit different audiences We are open to applications for part-time (minimum 16 hours per week) and full-time working, with flexibility within office hours (Monday – Friday 9am - 5pm). You will be based in the Digital Education Service offices on Woodhouse Lane.
Joblink Part time & Casual
16 Jan, 2020
£18,000 yearly
Joblink are recruiting on behalf of an immigration law specialist firm. They hold strong values in their honesty and integrity, professionalism, and cost effective advice. It’s these values that have led to their excellent reputation and are what keep them at the forefront when it comes to immigration law services. They have a particular expertise in the Points Based System providing advice on Tier 1 for Investors and Entrepreneurs, Tier 2 for workers and employers and specialise in Tier 4 for students and schools, colleges or universities.  Summary of responsibilities: Primary Objectives Work collaboratively with parents and agents to complete student visa application forms Provide all administrative support to Tier 4 Caseworkers Draft and forward supporting legal documents Book appointments at visa centres in the UK or in the students’ home country Compile and post student application bundles Prepare and deliver client reports using Microsoft excel and other databases. ·All documents to be uploaded upon receipt. This is a temporary position, from mid-March 2020 – mid September 2020
Joblink Leeds City Centre Full time
15 Jan, 2020
£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. Language of interest:  Swedish or Norwegian 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
06 Jan, 2020
£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, Kiosk staff, Conference hosts, Cocktail bar staff, Ambassadors, wrist banding and stewarding staff for a variety of top events throughout 2020 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
02 Jan, 2020
£12.67 hourly
Digital Education Officer (Portuguese Course Support/Translator) The Digital Education Service (DES) at the University of Leeds is looking for individuals with Proficient (CEFR C2 level) Brazilian Portuguese to support the launch and delivery of ten online courses from early 2020.  The Digital Education Service has worked with a strategic partner of the University of Leeds to deliver 10,000 Women online on the Coursera platform for 18 months and we are now about to launch the programme in Brazilian Portuguese. The role is ideal for a recent graduate or current Masters student in translation studies or related discipline looking to gain further experience of translation in a professional environment. Requirements Essential Complete proficiency in Brazilian Portuguese to proven CEFR C2 level; Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to modify your approach for different audiences; Experience of carrying out translation to a professional standard; or a degree in translation/language-related discipline; Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to build relationships with a wide range of stakeholders including international audiences; Strong IT skills, proficient in the use of Microsoft Office products, with the ability to learn and use new systems; Well-developed organisational skills with the proven ability to work flexibly and plan and prioritise work and deliver against demanding deadlines without compromising accuracy; The ability to work effectively in a team environment by collaborating, supporting and valuing the contribution of colleagues; A willingness to learn new techniques and the ability to work in a rapidly changing environment;   Preferred Knowledge of Brazilian Portuguese vocabulary associated with business studies/finance/marketing or similar disciplines; Experience of copywriting and editorial duties such as preparing email newsletters or online content; A good understanding of privacy issues and experience of handling personal data; Knowledge of email management systems, databases and CRM systems such as NewZapp or MailChimp. Knowledge and/or experience of online and digital education and/or online learning platforms such as Coursera or FutureLearn.   Duties Supporting the Engagement and Communications Team with the implementation of the 10,000 Women communications strategy, including translation of emails and drafting communications in Portuguese; Supporting the Content Team with the Quality Assurance of the translated courses; Supporting an international community of online learners and alumni; Monitoring course discussion forums and responding to learner queries. Maintaining a database of learner and alumni contacts to enable analysis which will produce insights into behaviour and targeted interventions to improve engagement and course completion; Generating communications (email and online) aimed at encouraging learners to engage in online courses; Following processes for sending and tracking email communications through an email management system (NewZapp); Responding efficiently and professionally to enquiries or requests for information from internal and external stakeholders; Supporting the Digital Analytics and Insight Manager with preparation of reports for internal and external stakeholders. Gathering feedback and evidence of course impact from learners and alumni to inform reporting to senior stakeholders; Identifying opportunities to draw on alumni stories to encourage participation and engagement in online courses, working with Content and Production teams within the Service to produce high-quality marketing assets featuring alumni; These duties provide a framework for the role and should not be regarded as a definitive list. The role will require working some hours at least three days a week in the office.   Start Date: end of January 2020 End Date: Approximately March 2020 Hours: minimum of 20 hours per week, maximum of 35 hours per week (Mon-Fri, 9-5) Application Closing Date: 24th January
Joblink Hopewell House, 173 Woodhouse Lane Part time & Casual Full time