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The Careers Service is here to support you from your first day at the University of Brighton. We can help you find a career path, develop the skills you will need to follow it, and get a job when you finish your studies. Come in and talk to us.

Campus Vacancy of the Week

University of Brighton: Telephone Interviewer
Salary : £8.59 per hour
Location: Moulsecoomb campus
Closing Date: 16.10.2015
The Careers Service (part of Student Services) is recruiting a team of approx. 25 students and graduates of the University of Brighton to help carry out our ‘Destination of Leavers from Higher Education’ (DLHE) survey. You will be speaking to graduates and/or their families on the telephone to find out what graduates have been doing since finishing their courses, such as working or undertaking further study. This will involve working evenings and some Saturdays only, between 30 November - 10 December and 11 January - 11 February.
For full details and to apply, visit our Vacancy Service and search for vacancy ref: BRI150921/1617929
Need some tips on completing application forms? Take a look at our page on application forms or call us to book an appointment with a Career Development Adviser.

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