Do you want to work at the University of Groningen Career Services, helping students with their CVs, LinkedIn profiles and at the same time working on your own employability as well? Apply for this vacancy now! As a Student Pool member you're placed in a team of students from across the University and will be working in project teams on events and supporting the main office with social media and workshops, for instance. Do you want to know more? Read the job description, visit us at the I Shop or follow us on Facebook!
As a part of the Student Pool of Career Services, your main tasks are:• Checking CVs, application letters and LinkedIn profiles from University of Groningen students who visit the I Shop• Answering general questions about career-related matters• Informing about the range of trainings, seminars and services we particularly offer• Referring students to the right career or study advisor, faculty or organisation• Taking care of administrative tasks such as processing data, replying to e-mails and managing appointments• Assisting in career events such as career fairs, information markets, workshops and seminars• Developing and assisting in several projects that run throughout the year• Answering general questions about the University of Groningen• Keeping the Career Services working environment neat and tidy• A few student poolers will combine the Career Services tasks with working at the I Shop, this includes advising clients, and preparing and / or handling orders and articles
• Third-year University Bachelor or Master student in any subject• Knowledge of and/or an interest in careers guidance, marketing and the job market• Experience with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)• Preferably a relevant student network inside and outside the University of Groningen• Flexible, stress resistant and a pro-active attitude• Good communication skills (oral and written)• Excellent command of English• A planner, networker, team player and organizer• Available for 8 hours a week for at least one year
Vera Heininga is the Open Science coordinator and future programme leader of the upcoming Open Science programme of the University of Groningen. Together with her colleagues, she created the Open Science Community Groningen (OSCG). She explains...
Four and a half years ago, he received the Nobel Prize. During the award ceremony in Stockholm, Ben Feringa made a resolution: I will put science on the map. His mission is being given a new boost with the establishment of the Ben Feringa Fund,...
Older people with memory problems who live at home are extraordinarily resourceful when it comes to staying in control of their activities outside the home. Demographers Jodi Sturge and Mirjam Klaassens are certainly impressed. ‘It’s not about...
The UG website uses functional and anonymous analytics cookies. Please answer the question of whether or not you want to accept other cookies (such as tracking cookies).
If no choice is made, only basic cookies will be stored. More information