Careers Service

Opportunities on Campus

Opportunities on Campus

There's a wide range of paid work opportunities available on campus each year.

These include:

  • JobsOC - work across campus in a variety of casual temporary roles and also paid internships
  • term-time and summer internships
  • various roles in the Careers Service
  • student ambassadors - inspire young people while representing and promoting Newcastle University
  • Street Scientists - help deliver exciting STEM workshops to schools and colleges and science busk at events and festivals 
  • FutureMe Mentors - take part in online and/or face to face mentoring to help inspire Year 9-11 students 
  • exam invigilators - open to current postgraduate research students
  • teaching and demonstrating
  • open day helpers - contact opendaystudentguides@ncl.ac.uk at the start of August or mid-April for information about how to get involved

How to find opportunities

The majority of opportunities on campus are on hold for this semester, so please look out for openings in semester two. It may be worth contacting your School directly to ask if they have any opportunities. 

Opportunities on campus are often advertised via MyCareer - search using 'Newcastle University' in the Organisation search field. 

You can also find student jobs advertised on School notice boards or on the University's main vacancies portal.

Before starting any work for the university, you will need to provide proof of identity and eligibility to work, eg your passport or full birth certificate.