Student Employment Program
The Career Advising & Student Training Office (CASTO) at the University of Sharjah has launched the Student Employment Program (SEP) to provide part-time opportunities for enrolled UOS students, as well as to build a workforce that is ready to be called upon to serve the needs of the University community.
Students working part-time serve in a wide variety of positions at the University. The person who answers the phone when you call a campus department is often a UOS student working part time. Those who assist you in (M7 or W7) are the ‘Friends of the Admission & Registration Department’; they are also students working part-time. The Lab Assistants in dormitories labs, the organizing committees for conferences, workshops and ceremonies, and the individuals calling graduates to update information on the alumni database, all are UOS students who are working part-time.
Some of the benefits that students gain from part-time job opportunities offered by SEP are:
- Job opportunities to gain experience and support their CV’s
- Financial support
- Fostering workers who are enthusiastic and ready to help out when called upon
- Attaining diverse practical skills including (setting priorities, time management, and work ethics)
The University of Sharjah provides ample opportunities for students who wish to work on campus . Any full time undergraduate student is eligible to work on a part time basis on campus. The available vacancies are funded by the university and the student employers may be colleges, departments, administrative offices, faculty or staff.
Student's Selection criteria:
Credit hours fulfilled
Knowledge and experience
- SEP payment ranges from between AED15 to AED25 per hour.
- A student is permitted to work at most 15 hours per week (60 hours per month) when the University is in session, during the fall and spring semesters and summer session (if enrolled).
- A student may be permitted to work up to 40 hours per week (160 hours per month), with the permission of the Head of Department/unit for which he/she is working, during intra sessions and breaks as for example during advising and guidance week, winter and spring breaks, and in the summer (if not enrolled) provided that the student is enrolled full-time prior to and after the intra session or break.
- Students are not permitted to receive payment for any work beyond the hours as stated above according to the guidelines.
- Students are not permitted to work in two SEP positions at once.
- Students are not permitted to work during final exams.
applying procedures for students and employers
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