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Retail Assistant (Student Staff)

Close of applications: 14:30, 10 April 2024

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We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, service-orientated individuals to join our team of student staff.  

Our Retail Student Staff role will involve you working flexibly across different areas of our SUSU Social Enterprise service, so you will have the opportunity to be cross-trained and develop experience in different disciplines. We are currently looking specifically for student staff to work across:

You will work alongside our permanent, core staff.

At the heart of our work is a passion for quality and friendly customer service. We offer flexible working opportunities with hours to suit you and your studies.

Weekly hours range between 8-16 on average (dependant on your availability). Shifts will primarily be from September 2024.


Social Enterprise 

Working in the SUSU Shop will see you provide a great level of service to our customers in a busy retailing environment: everything from handling and managing stock, replenishing shelves and displays through to working the busy tills and maintaining a clean and organised shop – all with a smile on your face.


Interested? Click ‘Apply now’ to provide your CV and cover letter!

If you have any questions regarding the role please contact Szymon Malecki-Willis, Retail Manager (

If successfully appointed you will be required to attend a ‘People Induction’, taking place on the 7th or 8th May 2024.


Please note: Should a large number of applications be received the advert may close early, please apply as soon as possible!



Please note feedback will not be provided if you are not shortlisted for interview.

SUSU is an equal opportunities employer which values a diverse workforce and we want to reflect the student body that we represent.  We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination, and will ensure that our recruitment activities are mindful of equality and diversity matters.