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Apply now to be a UC Host in 2018

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Are you energetic, reliable, confident and keen to meet new people? Are you looking for a casual job to help fund your study in 2018? You could be exactly what the UC Events and Partnerships Team are looking for.

The Events and Partnerships team are looking to employ a number of UC Hosts to assist in running events for students, staff and the public in 2018.

The UC Host role is a casual role and is open to current students studying either part time or full time (including postgraduate study). It is an exciting, fun and diverse role and covers everything from assisting with event and venue set-up, greeting and assisting guests, assisting with promotional activities as well as activations at Crusaders home games.

To find out more and apply to be a UC Host visit the Career Hub>

BNZ Markets – Summer Internship Programme

Two 6-week paid Summer Internships – one in Wellington and one in Auckland: Either November-December 2016 or January-February 2017.

This experience will give you a chance to develop your skills and knowledge and help you to decide whether markets may be the career for you.

  • Open to students who will be in their final year of study in 2017.
  • Applicants wanted from a range of disciplines including Engineering, Commerce, Banking and Finance, Economics, Accounting, or Arts.
  • Looking for team-oriented individuals with excellent academic records who demonstrate strong analytical and problem solving skills, as well as involvement in their community through a range of extra-curricular activities.

Applications open Monday 1 August and close Sunday 21 August at 5.00pm. Further details available here.

For assistance with your CV or application, make an appointment with a UC Careers Consultant via CareerHub.

Role with Tearfund NZ

LBL-MEME5Tearfund is looking for passionate individuals to lead peer-to-peer fundraising teams on university campuses .

The role involves finding and leading a small group of students to work together to raise money for Tearfund’s anti-trafficking work through the Live Below the Line campaign.

Becoming a Village Leader will help you gain experience in project management. In addition, you’lll be able to use Tearfund as a reference on your CV and get a foot in the door in both the project management and not-for-profit sectors.

Find out more about the role here >

Apply through Career Hubsave >

 

 

About Tearfund

Tearfund is passionate about the rescue and rehabilitation of the millions of people trapped through trafficking into sexual exploitation.

“We believe that what we’re standing for is really significant, and we see this as an incredible opportunity for students to contribute to change in the world in a tangible way.”