Jobshop For Employers
What's The Jobshop All About?
Jobshop offers employers direct contact with the 27000+ students studying at UWE. Our students are able to access the adverts online and in paper form across our campus's. In addition students activley searching for jobs subscribe to a weekly e-mail which currently goes to around 10,000 students. Jobshop can therefore offer employers fast access to well-educated, eager and adaptable staff.
The aim of the The Students' Union at UWE Jobshop is to assist employers with part-time, casual and temporary vacancies make contact with appropriate students who are looking for work. The Jobshop will not enter into contracts with students or employers. Contracts of employment are to be agreed directly between employer and student and the Jobshop will only become involved in this when the employer is The Students' Union at UWE. As such, the role of the Jobshop might be best understood as being more aligned to a job centre rather than a commercial employment agency.
How Do You Use It?
Using Jobshop is easy - simply follow this 4 steps and you can be advertising with us. Here's how...
- Firstly, you will be asked to select your products and they will be added to your basket (Download our price list).
- Next, go to your basket to checkout.
- Lastly, enter the required details and pay.
On receipt of your order, we will enter your details on the Jobshop database and your advert will be live until the closing date or until you instruct us to take them down. Details of your vacancy will be included in the next e-mail out to all registered students. If you have any other questions about how to book, the charges or anything else, please contact the Jobshop via telephone 0117 32 82674 or e-mail address email@example.com
I agree to abide by the Jobshop Terms and Conditions (click here)
(Please note: You will need a guest account on our website to complete the form. Simply follow the instructions under Staff, Alumni and Guests on the login page).
*SU Affiliates – What does this mean?
These are charities or organisations who work in partnership with The Students' Union. Private individuals who wish to advertise for carers for children with disabilities or vulnerable adults can also advertise under the non-chargeable Affiliates banner.