Student Jobs

Our myFuture platform give you access to search for a wide range of opportunities from finding part-time work to graduate roles. University roles for students are advertised through myFuture as well as our various Student Ambassador Schemes. You can also book a mock interview with one of our Career Development Consultants to help you prepare.
 
 

Student Ambassador Schemes

As an applied and inclusive University, a core component of our Graduate Recruitment agenda is our commitment to providing you with the opportunity of meaningful work experience while you study. Part of the way we do this is by giving you the opportunity of paid part time, casual work across the different areas of the University via our Student Ambassador Schemes.

This is a great way to not only earn as you learn, but also to develop and reflect on the skills and competencies required to be successful in the workplace after you graduate and to network with both staff and other students across the University.

We have a varied set of Student Ambassador Schemes available, you are free to apply for all schemes in which you meet the eligibility criteria. Being part of these schemes will give you experience of working in a wide range of University roles including helping with things such as open days, employer events, start of trimester activities, international airport welcome days,  graduation days, data entry, professional social media activity, telephone campaign work and much more!

Our schemes offer competitive pay rates, real flexibility on the hours you work and access to excellent personal and skills development opportunities throughout the year.

See below for further details on each of our schemes and find out how to apply.

 

General Student Ambassador Scheme

The General Student Ambassador Scheme recruitment has now closed.

Please check here for more details about the 2020/21 recruitment cycle in the new year.

Disability and Inclusion Student Ambassadors

The Disability and Inclusion Team are looking to recruit our first cohort of Student Ambassadors to support and promote our work.

The ambassador scheme is open to all students, but we are particularly interested in hearing from students with experience of disability and with an interest in social media.

If you are interested in applying please get in touch with Heather Armstrong, Disabled Student Engagement Worker on H.Armstrong@napier.ac.uk.

International Student Ambassador Scheme

Eligibility: All Matriculated Students from the geographical region or continents identified.

We categorise applications on country of domicile, this will be your country of residence when you applied to study.

This scheme looks for enthusiastic International Student Ambassadors who can talk passionately about their student experience to help prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students gain insight into life at Edinburgh Napier University.

You will support our incoming international students, both from the European Union and beyond. Some of the common duties include conversion activities (including telephone campaigns, Skype chats, webinars and market-specific activities), sending peer-to-peer emails to enquirers, applicants and offer holders, answering  prospective students’ enquiries by email as part of the ‘Ask a Student’ scheme and helping our International Team with carrying out campus tours and events and recruitment fairs.

The International Student Ambassador Scheme recruitment has now closed.

For informal enquiries about the scheme, please email Catherine - C.Quinn@napier.ac.uk or Zara - Z.Clarke@napier.ac.uk

Widening Participation Student Ambassadors

Eligibility: All Students (UG & PG)
Pay: £9.42 per hour, plus £1.14 hourly holiday pay 

The Widening Participation team works to reduce barriers and enable fairness in access to higher education for groups that are under-represented at university.  The Widening Participation Student Ambassadors are a team of trained and motivated Students who support our activities in a number of areas across the University.
 
We would particularly welcome applications from those who have previously attended a LEAPS, LIFT OFF, ASPIRENorth, or FOCUS West school or activity, have attended college including SWAP East Programmes, have been a Young Adult Carer, or are care experienced.

Contact us at wideningaccess@napier.ac.uk if you would like further information.