Considering Part-time Work alongside your Degree? Wanting to Develop New Skills through a Paid Internship?
Many students chose to engage in part-time work to help fund their studies or to gain skills to help with employability. Knowing this we thought we would share some opportunities which are available exclusively to KCL students! Please see the list below to see what opportunities interest you – there is a variety of positions available including marketing, editorial and engagement.
Make sure that you read through the eligibility criteria carefully and apply as directed through the advertisement.
King’s PhD Students, King’s Widening Participation Department needs you!
We are seeking current King’s PhD students who would be interested in supervising an academic piece of work, produced by A-level pupils. We provide full support and a payment of £150 per student completing an assignment with your support. This is a great way to use your experience of university to help pupils in understanding and developing the skills necessary to be successful at a competitive university. In addition, this offers you an opportunity to work with young people and gain experience of supervising, marking and providing feedback on academic work close to undergraduate level.
This role requires you to be available in London for around 10 hours between May and September 2015 to meet with and provide feedback to your tutees. Closing date is 2nd May 2016. All details on how to apply and an application form can be found at the web link below:
Alleyn’s School is an independent, co-educational day school situated in Dulwich, South London. The School is seeking to appoint two paid academic interns from Sept/Oct 2015. These internships will run until the end of the Advent term in December 2015 for two sessions a week, preferably two afternoons i.e. from 12.45 – 5.00 pm, to include 30 minutes for lunch (provided free as part of the package). There may be an opportunity to extend the position into the Lent term 2016.
These posts will appeal to post-graduate students working on a Master’s degree, a Doctorate or a post-doctoral student taking a sabbatical before entering the world of full-time employment. They offer the opportunity to spend time gaining some paid work-experience in an educational environment, utilising the knowledge and skills they have developed during their university studies. They are not exclusively designed for aspiring teachers, but would clearly be of particular benefit to those considering a career in teaching.
The successful candidates will become members of the School’s teaching staff and support students in a number of ways:
Providing Upper School Extension sessions during the second half of lunch-times and after-school. These will focus on leading discussion around topics of interest, current research etc. to sixth-form students who are contemplating studying their subject / subject area at university
Providing support or developing topics with individual students or groups of students in the Upper School during afternoon lesson time
Providing some Upper School Enrichment sessions during the second half of lunch-times and after-school, i.e. talks which are less subject-intense and would interest not only students studying the subject itself, but a wider range of students as part of their general education
Supporting the general academic work of a department or range of departments, as directed by the Head of Department and Deputy Head (Academic).
Precise responsibilities would be allocated according to the skills and abilities of the successful applicants. Applicants should be conscientious, reliable and have good interpersonal skills. They will enjoy working with young people as part of a small team, but also be able to show initiative and be self-motivating.
Terms and Conditions
On a day-to-day basis the successful candidate will be accountable to a particular Head of Department but overall they will be accountable to the Deputy Head [Personnel & Administration] who will oversee their role in the School.
The post will start as soon as possible after the position has been accepted and the necessary safeguarding checks completed, and will finish in the week beginning 14 December 2015. The salary for the post is £1,500, which will be paid in 3 monthly instalments. Some overnight accommodation may be available.
Application If you wish to apply, then an application form is available from the Headmaster’s Personnel Administrator, Olivia Gavin (email@example.com). This will need to be completed and a CV and referees supplied, along with a covering letter. As the post involves working with pupils, an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (formerly CRB) check will need to be undertaken as part of the appointment process.
Applications should be submitted no later than Wednesday 16 September. Interviews will be held the following week.