At YouX Student Employment, we’re here to equip you with the skills to find and apply for casual or
part-time paid work opportunities.
Our service is completely free and available to all students studying at the University of Adelaide.
We also offer you heavily subsidesed Short Courses to help prepare for casual work.
We offer personalised support with:
- Preparing a resume and cover letter
- Interview tips and advice
- Advice on where to look for opportunities
- Direction on where to find information on your employee rights and wages
- Referrals to further resources
We can assist you via email, phone or Zoom. Please call 8313 4406 or email email@example.com
Appointments are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for resume and cover letter assistance, and/or general employment advice.
There are many places to find casual and part-time work, including our online YouX Jobs Board.
Other online job sites are SEEK, Indeed, Jora, and CareerOne
If you are looking for a casual work at the University go to Casual Roles
If you are an international student looking for casual/part-time work, there are a number of things you need to know before working, such as how many hours, Tax File number and Superannuation just to mention a few. For the latest up todate information go to Study Adelaide. It is also important to understand your work rights while in Australia on a visa
For international students only - you can also go to Study Adelaide Job Shop when looking for work as well as YouX Jobs Board, SEEK, Indeed, Jora, and CareerOne.
Check out the UofA's Career Services to prepare for your professional career and be connected with industry and employers.
*Student Employment does not screen employers who advertise on the Jobs Board. Students are responsible for taking care of their own personal safety when attending a job or an interview. If attending a private household, take reasonable precautions such as letting someone know where you are going and when you will be back. While job ads are monitored by Student Employment, we cannot be responsible for the employment terms offered to students. Students must ensure that their pay and conditions meet federal minimum standards – Student Employment can direct you to information on these.