There are several opportunities for student jobs with the University that are posted throughout the term, including:
- Student Ambassadors
- Disability and Inclusion Student Ambassadors
- International Student Ambassadors
- Widening Participation Student Ambassadors
If you are willing to take a year out of your studies, or add a year on once you graduate, you could also consider running for one of ENSA's full-time Student President posts in the Student Elections. These are paid jobs for a term of office lasting one year, starting in July. Nominations open early in the new year.
Also check out the Part-Time Job Fair, co-hosted by ENSA and Student Futures, as part of Freshers Week. Connect with a variety of employers from different industries and discover exciting opportunities that match your skills and ambitions.
MyFuture Jobs Board
There are also a wide range of employment opportunities listed on the myFuture jobs board which is run by Edinburgh Napier's Student Futures team. These range from part-time roles whilst you are studying, to exciting graduate-level roles.
Finding work elsewhere
Often the best method for finding a position outside of the University is to print your CV and walk to local businesses to ask if they are hiring. If this method seems a little too direct for you, these online sources are a great place to start:
Additional resources: Save the Student has a good summary of the best student job websites.