For the University Library Service Desk, NEXT Career Services is looking for:
All desk officers together form a ‘student pool’ that independently runs the NEXT Service Desk. Students are worked into the interesting, strongly developing NEXT environment throughout the year. NEXT is looking for students (third-year Bachelor’s or Master’s) who are available about 8 hours a week on an on-call basis for at least one year to perform the following duties:
About NEXT Career Services
The University of Groningen aims to provide its students with the best possible development opportunities in preparation for their future careers. NEXT Career Services organizes a variety of activities that aim to help students make choices (including study choices) and prepare them for the job market. In order to achieve this, NEXT works actively with faculties, study associations, alumni organizations and other providers in the field of careers services. NEXT is located in the University Library, on the first floor. This is where various activities for students are organized, including open office hours, workshops and CV checks.
Please send your CV (max. 1 A4) and a brief motivation letter to Ms Shanty Vriesema,
, before 21 May. Interviews will be held on 10 and 11 June. For more information call tel. 050 363 8066.
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