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May 9, 2011 | by  | in News |
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Student Job Search Found!

It was on Mount Street the whole time…

Looking for a job in these hard economic times has just become easier with the relocation of Student Job Search (SJS) back onto the Kelburn campus.
With an aim “to make students hot property”, SJS is a free employment service with “29 years of experience at bringing employers and students together”.

Their new location is in the old Student Accommodation office on Level Two of the Student Union Building. The part-owned VUSWA organisation no longer requires the copious space of their old office on 15 Mount Street.

VUWSA President Seamus Brady praised the move.

“For many students, having a job is essential in order to study, and in ensuring they have better employment opportunities when they graduate… I’m extremely pleased that they will once again be back in the Student Union Building providing Victoria students with this vital service”.

The new office will be fully operational on Monday 16th May.

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