Find out about the types of part-time work you can apply for on campus at Sussex.
See part-time job vacancies on and off campus and get extra careers help and support.
Part-time work on campus
All casual job opportunities on campus are managed by Reed Talent Solutions. If you would like to be included on their Talent Pool for student workers, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Most vacancies will still be advertised via CareerHub, but it will make the process quicker if you are already registered with them.
Some part-time jobs on campus are only advertised at particular times of the year. You can see some of the opportunities for part-time work on campus below.
Join our Connector Programme where students and staff work as equal partners, collaborating to improve the student experience at Sussex.
Through co-creation, Connector teams develop careers support, embed technology in learning, design new course modules and more.
There are a range of Student Ambassador jobs and you can choose a role based on the opportunities that interest you.
You could work across campus open days, Welcome Week, off-campus school and college visits or online events.
You can offer academic peer-support to students in your School in a one-to-one or group setting. If you are an undergraduate, you will need to have completed one year of study to become a mentor.
Applications normally take place towards the end of the academic year or the start of the new one.
See vacancies and apply via CareerHub.
You can help with practical and clinical exams at BSMS.
Main recruitment is usually once a year, but there can be individual vacancies at other times.
Destinations survey caller
Call recent Sussex graduates to find out what they have been up to since graduation. Recruitment is usually in the spring or summer.
Help raise money for the Sussex fund by calling Sussex alumni. Recruitment is usually twice a year: September/October and December/January.
Students’ Union jobs
The Students’ Union advertises a wide range of paid roles, including:
- Union Shop, Co-op and bars on campus (recruitment opens in the summer)
- Marketing and digital content
Recruitment for the shops and bars on campus is generally held over the summer. Other roles open throughout the year, with many opening at the start of the academic year.
The Library advertises paid roles, including:
- meet and greeter (usually for the start of term) – welcoming students and helping them to navigate the Library
- library assistant – sorting and archiving returned books
- library project worker – creating reading lists and digitising course readings
- SAGE Undergraduate Scholarships – offering feedback on the Library and promoting its work.
Recruitment is throughout the year but it’s always worth checking for vacancies before the start of term.