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Jobshop helped me access a highly motivated team that worked perfectly with my staffing needs.

Franklin1st Year Mathematics Student 

When I first started Uni, I really struggled to find a job. I went to JobShop’s Part-Time Jobs Fair and spoke to loads of local employers. I was offered two different roles after handing out my CV there.

Aisha3rd Year Mathematics Student 

I got my first job through JobShop, I’ve been with the same employer now for 2 years and they’ve even offered me a full-time role when I have finished my degree!

Ahmed3rd Year Politics Student 

Finding a job through JobShop couldn’t be easier. You can just check out their website, Instagram or job wall in the SU to see what they have available. They always provide links to apply so the process is straight forward.

Jessica1st Year Geography Student 

After meeting JobShop at Fresher’s Fair, I searched the website for jobs and applied to a couple. I had an interview request straight away from an employer and had a job within a few weeks!

Craig2nd Year Business Accounting Student 

JobShop's mailing list helped me find a customer service job in no time right next to my campus, which enabled me to earn some extra cash along side my studies.

Zsófi3rd Year Environmental Management Student 

The quickest and easiest way to access part-time jobs available to University of Manchester students.

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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.

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JobShop FAQs

  • National Living Wage
  • National Insurance Number
  • International Students
  • Scam Jobs

For more information on National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage, please click here.

If you need any information regarding a National Insurance (NI) number, please click here.

It is important to check your visa to confirm if you can work during your studies. Your work condition includes any paid work, unpaid work, voluntary work and internships. If your course of study is at degree level or above, you are allowed to work up to a maximum of 20 hours per week during term time, and full-time during vacations. You can have multiple jobs but you must not work over your weekly hour limit. You must add all your work hours together and ensure that the total is below the limit.

JobShop makes every effort to ensure featured jobs are genuine, lawful and non-discriminatory. You may, however, occasionally see jobs which are not genuine and whose only purpose is to take advantage of you, usually financially. Sometimes these are illegal but they often exploit loopholes or grey areas in the law or rely on the applicant not reading and understanding what they are getting into.

Please see the below tips for avoiding scam jobs:

  • If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
  • If a company asks you to ring a premium rate number as the only way to apply, be very wary.
  • Be suspicious if directed to different numbers, websites or a different company name than the one in the advert you responded to. This may be done to hide a bad reputation.
  • Avoid schemes where you make money by signing up new members to sell for you.
  • Make sure you ask questions about the job if you are unsure.
  • Do not be pressurised to sign up to anything you do not fully understand.
  • When you first apply, do not provide bank or financial information, passport or similar identification. (These might be required later, but only if you get the job).