See our pick of the vacancies on CareerHub and support from the Careers and Employability Centre.
Jobs and placement opportunities
The Careers and Entrepreneurship service advertises over 5,000 vacancies each year. It’s your go-to service if you’re looking for a part–time job or want to develop your skills and experience with a placement or an internship.
Operations Coordinator – FareShare Sussex
This is a fantastic opportunity to support the Operations Team at FareShare Sussex & Surrey’s warehouse in Brighton. Under the guidance of the Head of Operations, it will include maintaining health and safety procedures, organising quotes for equipment, contracts and maintenance, general office enquiries and supporting the smooth running of the organisation. FareShare Sussex & Surrey is going through an exciting time of growth and this role plays a crucial role in providing support to this expansion.
Contract hours: Part time
Remuneration: £23,832 per annum (FTE)
Expected commencement: ASAP
More about: Operations Coordinator
Communications Assistant – Fabrica
The Communications Assistant will support communications across the organisation and in the delivery of Fabrica’s communications strategy both on and offline. Working closely with the Head of Communications as part of a small team, this is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience in Brighton’s Centre for Contemporary Art and to help extend the organisation’s reach locally, nationally and internationally.
The areas of the organisation include: artistic programme (focusing on the Fabrica summer exhibition); audience development (including promoting our film programme, activities for young people and other groups); fundraising (e.g. promoting any giving campaigns); the Fabrica website, exhibition archive, social media and newsletters; volunteer recruitment; and venue hire.
This is a Career Lab UK Summer Internships, exclusive to Sussex students.
Contract hours: Full time
Remuneration: £10.90 per hour
Expected commencement: 19 June 2023
More about: Communications Assistant
Voluntary Transitions Project – Black and Minority Ethnic Young People's Project (BMEYPP)
The Transitions Project supports young people moving from primary to secondary education. We are recruiting a team of volunteer mentors who will work with young people in secondary school (Years 7, 8 and 9) to help them be a positive role model for those soon entering secondary school.
The BMEYPP is a youth-led project for Black, Arab, Asian and Dual Heritage young people aged 11-25. The project provides support and empowerment with activities organised by young people for young people. We cater to young people’s specific needs by providing safe spaces, and the opportunity to deliver different projects, activities and events.
Contract hours: Part Time
Expected commencement: ASAP
More about: Voluntary Transitions Project
Thinking about what to do after university
Wednesday 31 May 2.00pm-2.45pm, online
Come along to find out about practical steps for what to do next, and take action now to get started. We’ll look at useful tools and resources you can use to explore what works for you and consider what is important to you.
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CVs and Applications
Thursday 1 June 12.30pm-1.15pm , online
We’ll share tips and answer your questions for how to write effective CVs, cover letters and applications. By the end of the session, you will be able to understand different CV and cover letter styles and when to use them, review styles of application and discover what employers are looking for.
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LinkedIn and creating and maximising an online presence
Tuesday 6 June 12.30pm-1.15pm
Want to know how LinkedIn can boost your career? Interested in how to use your online presence to help in your job search and networking? We’ll look at social networks including LinkedIn and Sussex Connect and how employers are using them to network.
More about: LinkedIn and creating and maximising an online presence
Start a business or social enterprise this summer
Thursday 8 June 10am-11am
If you’re thinking about starting a business or social enterprise, this interactive workshop will highlight key considerations and explain the support available from the Entrepreneurship team at Sussex. So whether you have a clear idea or are just curious about the possibilities
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Go freelance this summer
Thursday 15 June 10am-11am
Have you ever wondered if your skills and interests could earn you money? Would you like to explore freelancing as an alternative to traditional work over the summer and beyond? This is an interactive online session, aimed at people considering freelance work for the first time.