ANU students are already familiar with the campus and academic environment, and this makes them ideally placed for casual employment at ANU.
Casual employment placements can occur through the ANU Casual Jobs Register or directly within each business area across campus.
ANU Casual Jobs Register
The ANU Casual Jobs Register is an exciting opportunity to build your professional skills and gain a variety of employment experiences in a diverse and complex working environment. We offer the timely placement of quality and experienced casual staff to meet the University's ad-hoc and varied business needs.
We are seeking applicants with diverse skills and experience in Administration, Executive Support, Research and Laboratory Assistance, Finance, Information Technology, Hospitality and customer service based roles. Ideally applicants should have experience with the Microsoft Office suite, possess excellent communication skills and demonstrate flexibility in their work approach.Applications will be matched with qualifications, skills and capabilities for upcoming casual vacancies across the University. If your skills and experience are matched to a vacancy, you may be invited to participate in an assessment process including attending a face to face interview and/or reference checks.
Visit the ANU Casual Jobs Register information page here: http://www.anu.edu.au/jobs/casual-employment-for-job-seekers
Casual employment through Colleges/Divisions
Many University business units employ casual staff within their areas for a wide variety of positions. To express your interest in any of the positions below, please email the relevant contact.
ALL email applications MUST include the following;
- Current resume (in MS Word format), including the contact details of three referees
- Cover letter as the body of the email that outlines the following;
- Availability to start
- Hours of work you are seeking
- Type of work you are seeking
Please note: positions are not always vacant and your details may be held on a database until a suitable role becomes available.
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences
The College of Arts and Social Sciences employs students in administration, finance, human resources and student administration roles, where they are available. To express your interest, please submit your details to email@example.com
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
The College of Asia and the Pacific employs students, studying in the Asia and Pacific disciplines, to provide research and administrative assistance, where available. For further details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ANU College of Business and Economics
The College of Business and Economics employs students in research assistance and postgraduate research roles, where they are available. These roles are suitable for students studying in the Business and Economics disciplines. To express your interest, please submit your details to email@example.com
ANU College of Law
The College of Law employs students in research assistance roles, where they are available. Research assistance roles are suited to students studying in the Law discipline. To express your interest, please submit your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science
The College of Engineering and Computer Science employs students in research assistance roles, where they are available. To express your interest, please submit your details to email@example.com
ANU College of Science and ANU College of Health and Medicine
The ANU College of Science and the ANU College of Health and Medicine employs students in both administrative and research support roles, where available. To express your interest, please submit your details to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the School Manager or Research Group directly, for more information please visit http://science.anu.edu.au/
University House employs students in kitchen staff and wait staff roles, where they are available. To express your interest, please submit your details to Varun.Gaba@anu.edu.au