Graduating for the first time in 2016?
Want to enhance your CV by contributing to
research sponsored by The Times newspaper?
Want to get paid £9 an hour simply for conducting
short questionnaires with your friends?
High Fliers Research, in association with The Times newspaper requires finalist from Newcastle University to be Interviewers for The Times Final Year Student Survey in February 2016. The role will entail conducting 20-25 minute well-paid questionnaires with friends and peers in their final year, in order to understand the job aspirations and expectations of Newcastle University students.
Taking on this role will mean you are involved in the biggest survey of its kind conducted in the UK. Each year the survey interviews nearly 20,000 students from the top 30 universities in Britain. The research is used by over 100 of the UK’s biggest graduate employers to improve their future graduate recruitment strategies.
Becoming an ‘Interviewer’ for The Times Final Year Student Survey 2016 means:
• You can earn £75 for approximately 10 hours work and up to £90 for additional work
• You can utilise your strong connections with final year students at Newcastle University
• You will have approximately 10 hours available in the second week of February to conduct surveys
• You will receive a full reference on completion of the role
• You can complete all work around your own personal schedule
• You can significantly enhance your CV by demonstrating time management, organizational and planning skills (important for interviews and job applications)
• You will be provided with a number of ‘freebies’ i.e. pens, notepads, sweets etc.
To apply, please email The Times Newcastle University Manager, Hannah Davis, on firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must include your up-to-date CV, a paragraph explaining why you would be a successful Interviewer, in addition to your name, degree and mobile number.
The Newcastle University Interviewing team has a limited number of spaces available, therefore applications are taken on a first come, first-served basis. Places are expected to be filled quickly, so please apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.