Types of roles at Unitemps
At Unitemps, we have a truly diverse range of roles. Whether you are a student looking for experience or simply a way to get a little extra income, a new mother who wants to return to work but is not quite ready to be away from her child full-time, or an experienced professional looking for a change in direction, Unitemps has roles that appeal to all.
We recently analysed our job data to find out the top 10 industries that advertise with us to give both an insight into both the number of jobs and range of roles on offer across our branches.
If you are interested in these types of roles, our recent Unitemp of the Year Awards 2017 showed the successes that can be enjoyed through temping in these industries.
Reece Morgan - Conference Assistant and Bar Staff, The Conference Centre
"Reece has worked at Warwick Conferences for several years as a Unitemp and very quickly proved himself to be a valuable asset...Reece displays a level of maturity and work ethic that are so rarely found in someone of his age."
Student Callers – Regular Giving Team, External Affairs
“This assignment has taught me to be confident and have self-belief... Without this job opportunity and experience, I would never have been able to make a difference for the university and raise essential funds for Warwick's core projects on campus.... The team who lead us and work in University House at Warwick are real inspirations...”
Ande Milinyte - WIHEA Case Administrator, Warwick International Higher Education Academy
"...Ande was on top of the brief incredibly fast and worked at a highly independent rate on the guidance development... Nothing phased her and she even managed to throw in a very professional performance when invited to contribute to a royal visit that took place at short notice."
Jack Jackson, Part-time Junior Cognitive Engineer at EBI Solutions:
"My main advice to anyone attempting to break into any form of IT would be to just start. For any student it can seem daunting to go into work, you can often feel like you're not ready. However, companies attempting to employ students aren't looking for experts. Your employer will give you the time and space you need to grow as a professional. It is in their best interests to enable you to progress your skills, as most of them are attempting to build a long-term relationship with you. It's ok to make mistakes, it's all part of the learning process and everyone has been there."