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Coming soon! In July 2014, Jobshop Graduates!

In July 2014 we are introducing a new service called Jobshop Graduates whereby recent University of Kent graduates can register with us for temporary work and job notifications.

If you are interested in hearing more about this service please email to register your interest.


Who are Jobshop?


Jobshop@kent is a recruitment agency style service provided by Kent Union for students studying at The University of Kent in Canterbury and Medway to help you find employment while you study.


We have all sorts of jobs including admin, IT, bar & catering, teaching, health & care, retail and more. Join our mailing list to receive regular updates on the latest vacancies and have full access to the application information online.

The team!



Latest Jobs

  • Thu 17 Apr 2014 13:01
    Life models required for drawing workshops taking place as part of a first year undergraduate Graphic Design module at the School of Engineering and Digital Arts next term. Initial one-off employment for two workshops in May, with the possibility of employment in subsequent workshops in spring term next year.
  • Thu 17 Apr 2014 12:56
    A phd student from the School of Computing needs your help! They are looking for 40 participants for a mock crime experiment.
  • Tue 15 Apr 2014 12:37
    German speaking agents are needed to work in a call centre based in Sittingbourne.
  • Thu 10 Apr 2014 13:27
    An Au Pair is needed to work with two children in Trieste in North-Eastern Italy.
  • Thu 10 Apr 2014 12:05
    The intern will be responsible for conducting market research with our students, in order to identify what our students expect from a sandwich. They will then be asked to explore two options that are focused on improving the sandwich range in the library café (in-line with market research findings). Hours & Days of work: 20 hours per week across a 5 week period in May/June 2014, 10 hours per week across a 15 week period in October 2014 to March 2015.
  • Thu 10 Apr 2014 12:05
    The intern will be responsible for reviewing current social media usage of The Venue and identifying ways of improving the way these systems are used by the management team. The intern will be expected to research into different ways The Venue can engage more effectively with students through our social media usage, and make recommendations to the Entertainments Manager.