Tag Archives: Jobs
1 December 2014 - 10:09 am Paid placement: Enterprise Learning Resource Officer
28 March 2014 - 11:51 am But what is networking?
So … networking. It’s what people do whilst wearing suits and sipping cocktails isn’t it? Perhaps not…The dictionary defines networking as a supportive system of sharing information and services among individuals and groups having a common interest. Personally when I think of networking I see a group of businessmen and women sharing their business ideas, making new contacts and generally doing the things that I wouldn’t do. But that simply isn’t the case – networking can mean so many things and everyone should do it. Continue reading “But what is networking?” »
11 March 2014 - 2:05 pm Vacancy Details – Part-time Marketing Intern
Think you have what it takes to be my marketing intern next year? Well, if you’re a current student and will still be a current student in 2014-15, you can apply and find out! This is a very varied role with lots of scope to improve skills and gain experience. Just ask previous (and current) marketing interns Sophie and Rob.
Send me a cover letter and CV to apply, but make sure you read the job description below very carefully. Attention to detail is a pretty important characteristic… Continue reading “Vacancy Details – Part-time Marketing Intern” »
22 July 2013 - 1:31 pm Budding marketeer? Come work for USE!
USE is hiring! Can you believe it? The opportunity to work with this lovely bunch while developing your skills, confidence, experience and making lifelong friends. What’s more, you can fit the job around your studies, it’s just 8 hours a week and we pay you as well. Interested? Read on. Not convinced? Read about the experiences of last year’s Marketing Intern.
1 February 2013 - 10:13 am Looking for a super summer opportunity?
Every year, we have eight awesome interns who work during the academic year to help create the enterprising environment of the University of Sheffield, however did you know that we also hire an intern to support us over the summer to develop the activities for the next academic year? Continue reading “Looking for a super summer opportunity?” »