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Jobs: Student Destination Interviewers


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Thursday 25th January 2018

Applications for this position are now closed, Thank you for your interest we will be in touch with shortlisted candidates very soon.


Job Opportunity for Students

ECSA and the Quality Team at Edinburgh College are working in partnership to provide students with a paid employment opportunity. We are looking for around 10 students to help us contact students who have graduated, and find out what they are doing now. This is a short-term job with a start date of 5th of February. The role has been created with students in mind, meaning its pretty flexible, over the course of the 3 weeks successful applicants would be expected to do around 15 hours. There is some flexibility in how these hours can be completed between the working hours of 9 am to 5 pm, ensuring it fits around your studies, there may even be an opportunity to do some additional hours. If you are interested in the role please see the job specification for more details and complete the web form with your details. Please include your full availability for each day of the week taking into account your course requirements. 

Job Specification

Edinburgh College is about to commence the College Leavers Destinations (CLD) project, which runs annually throughout the month of February. The project is used by the College to observe what our graduates go on to do once they complete their courses with us.

We are looking for a small team of Student Helpers to gather the destinations of our 2016-17 graduates. This will involve contacting some of our former students over the telephone and entering the information into a database. Applicants should be diligent with a good work ethic, and polite with  good telephone manner. No formal experience is required as full training will be provided, however, some level of prior customer service is desirable.

The role will be open to applications until Wednesday 31st January, with interviews taking place on Friday 2nd February at the Granton Campus. Interviews by skype/telephone are also possible and can be arranged.

Successful applicants must be available to take up positions week beginning Monday 5th February.

  • Student Helpers will report to the college's Quality Planning Co-ordinator
  • Position will be based at the Granton campus
  • 15 hours over a 3 week period (for example 5 hours per week)
  • You will be asked to complete your hours Monday to Friday between  9am &  5pm 
  • Salary: £8.75 p/h