Student jobs

Looking for a job to put you through university? Or would you rather improve your CV? There are countless student jobs (weekends, evenings, during lunchtime, etc.) available to you!

Several events are organised to help you find the job that best suits your profile and your expectations.

A new platform called reimscampus.jobaviz.fr also lists all the jobs that align with your studies and are available in the Grands Reims region.

JOBS FORUM

Together with the Grand Est region, the CRIJ Grand Est (Regional Youth Information Centre) organises a job forum for young people aged 16 to 30 every year. Usually organised in March-April (done virtually in 2021), this event is aimed at secondary school pupils, students, job seekers, young workers or professional trainees who are looking for a summer, seasonal or student job or a work-study programme. More than a hundred companies are present at this event, and you can find work from different industries, such as childcare, home help, leadership, agriculture or even retail.

During this event, you can also take part in practical workshops (CV and cover letter advice, mock job interview, etc.), follow live conferences (presentation of the Jeun'Est programme, civic service, etc.) and get in touch with professionals to get one-on-one advice and information on jobs and employability.

To find out more, visit: https://info-jeunes-grandest.fr/actualites/le-forum-jobs-en-ligne-cest-termine-mais-laccompagnement-continue

URCA STUDENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne recruits students for various tasks in the following areas:

  • Welcoming students
  • Assisting and supporting people with disabilities
  • Mentoring
  • IT support and help in using new technologies
  • Library staff support service
  • Cultural, scientific, sports and social activities
  • Help with employment
  • Promoting courses on offer

Find out more

THE CITY OF REIMS IS RECRUITING

The city of Reims is recruiting people over the age of 18 who want to work with children, who have a sense of responsibility and whose personal or professional skills could benefit children. It is not a requirement to have the BAFA (youth worker’s qualification) but it is recommended. Becoming a part-time employee of the after-school care service allows you to earn additional income.

Opening days and hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays (7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. / 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. / 5 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.)

Find out more

RECRUITMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT REIMS ACADEMY

The latest internships and student jobs are available on the Reims Academy website: www.ac-nancy-metz.fr

The academy recruits students for the “e-Devoirs faits” programme in particular, which aims to help pupils from years 7 to 10 with their homework remotely by organising guided study sessions. [See job description]

THE GUIDE TO “FINDING A JOB IN THE GRAND EST”

In 2020, the CRIJ Grand Est published a guide for young people under the age of 30 to help them in their search for a job. This complete guide lists all useful advice related to your search, such as:

  • How to write your CV and cover letter
  • The best websites to find suitable jobs
  • The sectors and companies currently recruiting

Download the “Finding a job in the Grand Est 2020” guide

REIMSCAMPUS.JOBAVIZ.FR – THE PLATFORM SPECIALISING IN FINDING STUDENT JOBS

Jobaviz is THE site for student employment!

With its localised version to target jobs in the Grand Reims area, you’ll find all the student jobs that align with your studies, whether they are summer jobs, seasonal jobs or part-time jobs.

To view and apply for jobs, click here: https://reimscampus.jobaviz.fr

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Last update : 23 June 2022

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