If you want to live, study and occasionally go to a nice party, it is handy to have a side job. In the city centre there are enough nice shops and restaurants where you can apply. So are you looking for a job? We give you some inspiration.
Working in hospitality
Take a stroll through the city centre and you will come across many lunch counters, cafés and restaurants. All potential companies where you can work! How do you go about it? Make sure your CV is up to date and you have your motivation to work on paper or in your head. And step into the bar or restaurant in good spirits or send them an e-mail. Good luck!Discover pubs & bars
Side jobs in the city centre
Of course, there are more jobs in the city centre besides jobs in the catering industry. There are plenty of clothes shops, concept stores and shoe shops where you can start. Or become a stock boy or cashier at a supermarket in the city centre or just outside it. Do you like to be active? Then you can also become a bicycle courier at Thuisbezorgd, Velocity, Deliveroo or Uber Eats. That way you can get to know Nijmegen very well.
Temp agencies and platforms
Sometimes it is difficult to find a job that suits you. Fortunately, there are various employment agencies and online platforms to start the search. YoungCapital, SUSA and StudentJob, for example, show the range of part-time jobs for students. You can also get a job as a student at Raboud University. Would you rather work and party? Then apply at SOLID.
If you like to get out and about and have a chat, then working for a sales organisation is for you. These organisations teach you a lot about the sales profession and they also value your development. Does this sound interesting to you? Then take a look at The Sales Unit and Pepperminds.