Your new go-to
best friend

A place to ask all those job related-questions you don't know who to ask.

It's a chilled, weekly drop-in session that's designed to support you to find a part-time job. The JobShop team are on hand to provide tips on where to look for jobs, guidance on how to write a great CV and more.

When and where
is JobClub?

You'll find JobClub in the Nest at the Students' Union every Thursday, during term-time, from 10am until 12pm so you can drop by any time.

  • What can we help you with? At JobClub, you can get support writing or updating a CV or Cover Letter, practising for an interview, finding jobs online, completing a skills assessment and using AI to help you land a job.
  • What's on offer? Alongside the tailored support from the JobShop team, you'll get access to free printing for CVs, dedicated on-campus space to apply for part-time jobs, internet access, laptops, CV and Cover Letter templates and free tea & coffee.

Don’t know what
job you want to
apply for?

Take a skills assessment to match your skills and interests with a job industry.

National Careers Service Skills Assessment

UoM Careers Skills Audit

Prospects Job Match

Need help with your CV?

Download Our CV Template

Are you an international student looking for sponsorship?

  • We recommend looking for jobs on Student Circus as employers who advertise Filtered Skilled Worker Visas in the UK on there. You'll also be able to look for jobs in your home country if you are returning back home. You'll find jobs from small companies, large multi-national corporations, creative agencies and boutique firms. Student Circus

Ready to apply?

  • Check out some job boards!

Top Tips

Tip 1: CV

Your CV structure and content must be appropriate for the job you are applying for.

  • Find advice on how to make your CV stand out from the rest here.
  • Download a CV template here.
  • Find out how to tailor your CV for part-time, casual jobs here.
  • See CV FAQs here.
  • If you are applying for your first job, you can find some good ways of writing transferrable skills here.

Tip 2: Applications

Most job applications are online or downloadable documents to fill in and send back. You may also be asked to submit your CV and a covering letter.

Tip 3: Interview

First impressions count! You’ll likely be asked some competency based questions where you’ll have to demonstrate key skills. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to prepare, plan ahead and do your research. You can get interview training from UoM Careers, click here for more information.

Tip 4: Full-time jobs

If you’re looking for full-time work, internships or graduate schemes, head over to Careers Connect to browse a range of opportunities.

Get our Part Time Work Handbook

JobClub staff were welcoming and helpful to guide to different options - even those I didn't know about

For a new international student here, I don’t have any work experience so it’s very hard for me to hunt a job. Then JobClub is here, creating insights and guidance to me about how to find a job, how to improve my CV to meet the recruiter’s requirement. It’s really helpful!

JobShop staff were very friendly and helpful, I would definitely go back again

I came to JobClub for advice on interviews and CVs, just to let you know i got the job! Thank you so much for the help and the boost in confidence, it means a lot.