Are you looking for a part time job for during the school year? The bad news: so is everyone else. The good news: UBC has tons of opportunities for employment for students, so your chances of being employed aren’t actually that bad.
Work Study/Work Learn
Work Study and Work Learn is a program run by Career Services that “supports and subsidizes meaningful work experiences on campus.” “Work Study” is the program name for domestic students, whereas “Work Learn” is the program name for international students. It’s pretty much the same thing; international students, just make sure you have a valid Study Permit and Social Insurance Number. All Vancouver campus students currently enrolled in courses at UBC and with a valid UBC student number.
Hours are 10 or less per week, and pay is generally pretty darn good. Jobs offered can range from lab assistants to research assistants to working in various UBC departments or libraries. The goal of these programs is to give students professional experience, in many cases in the field of their study.
Most Work Study/Work Learn positions were posted last week, but more will continue to be posted until mid-September. Be sure to apply soon, as positions are often filled before the final application date has passed.
Work on Campus Week
This week there will be a recruitment fair in Brock Hall, 1874 East Mall. Drop by between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm on the following days to meet employers on campus. Remember to bring your resume!
Monday, August 27th – AMS Food and Beverage
Tuesday, August 28th – Parking & Access Control
Wednesday, August 29th – AMS Retail
Thursday, August 30th – Annual Giving
Don’t forget, there are plenty of other job opportunities post on Careers Online throughout the year, so take a look at those too.
Happy Hunting! (Bet you thought I wasn’t going to mention there are only 8 days til school starts, didn’t you!)
2 Responses to Need a Job? Work on Campus
Hi – is there a blog to post an on campus job that I have to offer to a student? (i.e. tutoring?)
I don’t know of a blog you could post it on, but you could post it on careers online at http://www.students.ubc.ca/careers/employers/post-a-job/ for a fee of $25. Failing that, you could put up fliers around campus.