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Jobs on Campus

We offer students the opportunity to work on campus for the University.

What is ‘Jobs On Campus’?

Newcastle University offers students the opportunity to work on campus in a variety of different roles. Some of this on campus work is managed by the JobsOC team in the Careers Service. 

The JobsOC team advertise available work assignments to a pool of student workers via a Teams site, with information about the role, working hours and skills needed. The amount of work you are offered will vary depending on the type of work you are looking for, the amount of free time you have during the week and how successful you are when you apply. 

Types of jobs

There are a wide range of roles including administration, customer service, library assistance, catering and event support. 

The Jobs On Campus Example Work Assignments (PDF:270KB) document details the types of roles available.

Benefits of taking part

  • flexible work to fit around your studies
  • develop graduate skills including communication, teamwork, planning and organising
  • use your work with JobsOC to work towards the ncl+ award

Pay Levels

Jobs On Campus roles are paid in line with Newcastle University student casual pay rates. See Pay and Conditions for the latest rates. Newcastle University is a Real Living Wage employer. This commitment is reflected in the rates of pay for all on-campus student workers.

Students claim online for work undertaken via the My Working Hours app. This is then checked by a member of staff. Payment is made monthly in arrears and is paid directly into your bank account on the last working day of each month.

Working on Campus

For more information about working on campus, including terms and conditions and eligibility, visit the Working on campus web page.

More information

For more information about student work through Jobs On Campus, see the Jobs On Campus Student Worker Handbook. (PDF: 114KB).

If you have any questions, email us at


How to join

Before joining the Jobs On Campus pool of student workers, you must register as a casual worker. You can do this through the Student Self Service Portal (S3P)

After you’ve registered for work on campus on S3P, you’ll receive an email within 2 working days inviting you to join the Jobs on Campus Teams site.

From accepting your invite to join, it can then take up to 2 weeks to get your request approved and receive access to the Teams site.

The site is open to all registered student workers and is where we advertise on campus work assignments. It also includes updates and information as well as resources to help you to develop your skills while you are working.

If you secure a role, you'll then receive an invite to complete a right to work check with the University's Recruitment Team. You won't be able to start work without this. 

Please only register if you intend to work on campus soon after registering.

If you register for work and don’t complete any assignments within six months of registration, your personnel record will be deleted. You would need to re-register if you were offered any assignments after this date.