Advertising University of Newcastle casual staff vacancies
The Careers Service can assist you to advertise part-time and casual vacancies to students via CareerHub.
CareerHub is an ideal way to connect with students. By advertising your vacancies through this system you will have access to a very large percentage of the students population.
Our students can bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and skills, which they have gained through other employment and as a student of the university. Many of the students of the University have a good understanding of the organisation and its policy and procedures.
To advertise your vacancy you will need to register your department at www.careerhub.newcastle.edu.au/employers and then add your job.
The collaborative activities the career staff have been involved with academics, schools, and faculties, at either program or course level have been:
- Development and presentation of tailored career/employment lectures, tutorials and workshops for specific disciplines. These have been part of course work material or offered outside normal lecture times and have included:
- Career planning/career portfolio development
- Gaining work experience and employment - contemporary job search skills
- Current recruitment practices - job applications and interviews
- Discipline specific career expos and seminars
- 5-10 minute presentations in lectures on the careers services available to students
- opportunities through direct contact with employer representatives
|Resume and Interview skills||Career Planning|
|Social Science||Law student society|
|Speech Pathology||Social Science and Social Science (Honours)|
|Exercise and Sports Science||Development Studies|
|Food Science and Human Nutrition||Geography|
|Occupational Therapy||Environmental Science|
|Radiation Science (Diagnostic)|
|Geography Environmental Science|
Support Services Collaboration
The Careers Service works with a range of support services to deliver appropriate career development information and training for students. These activities have included:
- Employability seminars and workshops for students with disabilities. These activities were designed and presented in collaboration with specialist disability support staff.
- A series of workshops for final year students, focused on dealing with job interviews, in collaboration with the University Counselling Service.
- Presentations as part of orientation sessions and professional development seminar series.
- A series of workshops for students of the Wollotuka Institute in conjunction with the Wollotke Student Support Unit.