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A note for student applications
When applying for jobs at the University or Students' Union, make sure that you read both the job details and the person specification very carefully. When writing your application, you should pay particular care to the personal statement. As well as giving good reasons about why you want the job, it is also very important to write about each of the skills or attributes listed in the person specification, giving concrete examples where you can. Even when you have previously worked for the University or Students' Union you cannot assume that the selector will know about what you have done, so you must present these clearly with each application.
Students job hunting for external part time vacancies or after graduation
Throughout your time at University, you will have gained a wide range of experience and transferable skills. Take a look at our Employability Guide for all the information you need on how to show employers everything you've learned during your time at university.
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The University Careers & Employability Service also offers help and advice on making applications to both students and recent graduates of the University of Worcester, and can give you feedback on your draft application. Careers appointments are available in Firstpoint, Peirson, and can be booked via www.worc.ac.uk/careers. More information about the service can be found at http://worcester.ac.uk/careers/.
Take a look at our profile on the Careers in Students' Unions site.