Careers and Employability Centre

Part-time jobs

If you’re looking for a part-time job while you study, we advertise a wide range of student jobs, some on campus and others in Brighton. You can start your search on CareerHub and you can get all jobs emailed to you.

The list below shows some of the latest student jobs on our database. Current students can log into CareerHub using their Sussex username and password to see the full listing.

Latest jobs
Other job sites

We cannot be responsible for ensuring that jobs advertised on external sites will obey minimum wage laws and other regulations. But if you find a job and you have questions about it, you can contact us at careersjobs@sussex.ac.uk

Recruitment agencies

The following firms have offices in Brighton and offer general, mostly office based work.

Social care and health agencies

Social care is a big area of work, these agencies are involved in providing qualified specialists, as well as carers.

IT and technology

Other agencies

Vacation work
Applying for jobs

You will be generally required to complete an application form or submit a CV (curriculum vitae) and a covering letter in order to apply for a job.

It's important to sell yourself and your skills when you're applying for part-time jobs. You can have your CV, covering letter or application form reviewed by a Careers Adviser.

Book yourself an appointment or send your documents to us via Ask a Question in CareerHub.

We also run many workshops on CVs, applications and interviews, so check out our events listing at www.sussex.ac.uk/careers/events

Subscribe to our latest part-time jobs by email

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Jobs with Sussex Students' Union

Want to work in one of the shops or bars on campus? Sign-up for the Students' Union jobs email alert to be the first to find out about new vacancies.

Paid experiments

Earn extra cash by signing up to take part in research by the psychology department. Register on the Sona database to sign up for experiments, including memory tests, computer tasks and questionnaires.

Register for food and drink lab experiments by completing the online survey.

How many hours can I work?

The University advises that undergraduates work no more than 15 hours per week and postgraduates no more than 20 hours per week during term term.

International students

International students should be permitted to work, but there are restrictions around the type of work you can do and the hours that you can work.

Generally, students on an undergraduate degree can work up to 20 hours per week and then full time during the vacations, or after their the official course end date as stated on their Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies.

International Student Support has more information about working during your studies.

As an international student, you will also need to apply for a National Insurance number if you want to do paid work.