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Student jobs & internships

Find out more about and apply for a wide range of student jobs, placements and internships.

Student ambassadors

Join our team of inspirational student ambassadors who actively promote higher education at Teesside University on and off campus, and get paid for your efforts.

We aim to showcase the diversity of our students by recruiting ambassadors with a range of academic backgrounds, career aspirations, nationalities and personalities. As a student ambassador you must be able to apply yourself to a range of events and activities. Most of all you must be passionate about Teesside University and higher education.

Being a student ambassador boosts your personal and professional development by providing opportunities to expand your interpersonal and networking skills and gain employer visibility, meet people, improve your public speaking, and gain valuable experience.

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Students as researchers

Get involved in an exciting research project and get paid. You will work with experienced researchers, developing your skills and knowledge of the research process.

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Students' Union job service

Find and apply for the latest student job vacancies, including opportunities to work within the Students' Union.

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Student jobs at the University

From Library Assistants to Sports Assistants you can set up alerts for jobs in the University.

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Student internships

The University works with local employers to help you to become more employable by gaining essential paid experience over 8 weeks in the summer

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CreatorLab fellows

Gain valuable project management experience while working with an academic member of staff and get paid on a 3-6 month CreatorLab Fellowship

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Part-time job opportunities (off-site)

Part-time job guidance

  • Find a job that is flexible around your studies
  • Ensure that the employer is aware of your university commitments and availability
  • Employers should provide relevant training & instructions (including access to their Health & Safety policies and procedures)
  • Anyone legally classed as an employee or worker has the right to a 'written statement of employment particulars'.
    A written statement summarises the main terms of employment, such as pay and working hours. This includes 'zero-hour contract' and agency workers.
    (Those legally classed as workers do not have the right to a written statement if they started the job before 6 April 2020.)
  • If not included in your 'Written Statement' - Ensure you are provided with the following information prior to starting work: employment conditions; rights; responsibilities & duties (job description)
  • Apply for a national insurance number (if you already have a National Insurance number, you do not need to apply)
  • Ensure that you are paid the National Minimum Wage (this depends on your age)
  • Ensure that you keep within your permitted working hours
    International Advice: Working During Studies
  • Record the hours that you work
  • Ensure that you receive a payslip Employers must give all their employees and workers' payslips, by law (Employment Rights Act 1996).
  • Check that the hours you have been paid, match your recorded hours of work for the time-period the pay-slip covers.

Most importantly REMEMBER your well-being is paramount

Please download the 'My Healthy Advantage' App for 24/7 support service.

This service is provided free of charge for TU students, by Health Assured.

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