Finding a student job in Clermont-Ferrand
Want some professional experience to put on your CV? Need to help finance your studies? Want more freedom to enjoy student life to the max? Here a few tips to help you find a student job in Clermont-Ferrand. Check out Nemea's guide!
Our tips for finding a student job in Clermont-Ferrand
There are loads of online platforms where student jobs in Clermont-Ferrand are advertised. jobaviz.fr works with the regional student affairs centre, Crous, to advertise jobs that will fit alongside your studies. You could also look at regional platforms like auvergnerhonealpes-orientation.fr and nostalentsnosemplois.auvergnerhonealpes.fr and contact the employers who've advertised directly. It's also worth finding out about any recruitment events in the region (job dating, exhibitions etc.).
You'll be hard pushed to get anywhere without a cover letter, so, take your time writing it and your CV, then you can publish them on social media sites like LinkedIn.
Which student job should I pick?
There's a fair amount of choice when it comes to applying for a student job in Clermont-Ferrand.
- You could find a student job on campus (at your faculty, the CROUS or Student Union etc.).
- Or you could opt to look for something in your field of study, so you have something meaningful to help with your future profession.
- Another option is targeting possible industries that are recruiting: hotels, restaurants, childcare, large retail outlets, home help services, events, transport and logistics, telemarketing and so on.
How to make having a student job and studying work for you?
Working alongside your studies requires organisation and dedication. We recommend you choose a job that isn't too demanding in terms of working hours and physical and mental ability. It would be ideal to find a job near you place of study or your student accommodation in Clermont-Ferrand, so you won't spend too much time travelling.
Your place of study might be able to give you the status of 'working student.' This means more benefits and flexibility, making it easier to combine your studies and a student job. Get more information from your place of study.