University of Bolton Job Shop
Visit our StudentHub opportunities page
You will be able to search for vacancies that fit around your studies.
The StudentHub is simple to use, and only requires you to log in using your University login details, the same as you would for your emails or library computer.
Once you’re logged in, search through current part-time, full-time, and graduate opportunities and find something for you.
Be sure to check the site regularly, as new opportunities are added all the time, and you might miss something that interests you.
If you need hep navigating the site, or want to know what else the Hub can do, click here, or speak to us in the careers office.
Part-time work with large national employers
Many large employers such as Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury’s, B&Q etc. advertise their part-time vacancies on their own job websites. There is an expectation that potential recruits will seek out vacancies and download applications via the organisations own website.
Further employment advice
Alternatively, the Citizens Advice Bureau has their own website which contains a lot of useful information relating to employment, or you could check out some graduate recruitment websites, such as prospects.
Confused by your CV? Perplexed by a Portfolio? Worried you will struggle to figure out your next step once you’ve finished your studies? Fear not, the University of Bolton’s Careers Service has got you covered.
At the University of Bolton we strive to provide the best possible support to all of our students and graduates to help them gain employment and reach and achieve their career goals and aspirations.
Whether you are studying on a full-time or part-time basis, or you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student, we offer a range of careers and employability support adapted for your individual needs.
We can help you with exploring your career options, applying for job vacancies, writing a CV and covering letter, starting your own business, finding a work placement and developing those skills and attributes that employers look for.