The DigitalLabs Team regularly recruits current students and recent graduates with the help of the Jobs4Students team. We are currently working with them as we are about to recruit two new full time team members onto our successful internship scheme.
What Is Jobs4Students?
The Jobs4Students team works with all departments and are responsible for placing students in paid roles at the university in every professional sector, reflecting the diversity of Manchester Met’s teaching and research. The team actively encourage open recruitment and all their roles pay Living Wage as a minimum. They work with every faculty in the university, to ensure that students are able to access professional opportunities offered both internally and by external companies. The team are also responsible for the recruitment of over 500 student ambassadors for Induction Week and university open days.
As Jobs4Students handle campus recruitment for the whole university, they cover everything from creative positions in the Art School to recruiting for cutting edge research projects in the faculty of Science and Engineering. Their website currently boasts vacancies for a staggering variety of roles from running sport sessions to researching turbines.
- 9000 placements
- 100,000 hours worked by students
- £715,000.00 in wages
In addition to recruitment, the Jobs4Students team also helps students manage HR processess such as the verification of Right to Work documents if they are successful and they also manage the applicant feedback process. For those who are unsuccessful but made it through to the interview stage, this information can be particularly helpful when applying for other roles.
How Do I Find Vacancies?
If you are a current student or recent graduate, visit mmu.ac.uk/jobs4students. The team recommend signing up for email alerts, to ensure that you don’t miss any opportunities, although this is not essential to view the list of current vacancies.
What DigitalLabs Jobs are available?
The DigitalLabs intern positions will be advertised shortly and we will also be advertising for a handful of positions working on summer projects. If you are interested in being part of the DigitalLabs team, keep an eye on our Jobs Board or follow @digitallabsmmu on Twitter.