Student Callers Wanted! New part-time job opportunity at Imperial, raising funds to support exciting new projects that will benefit students, the College and the local community.

The College is looking for enthusiastic Imperial students with excellent communication skills and a confident telephone manner to join its successful team of telephone fundraisers. This is your opportunity to take part in our first ever summer term campaign, raising money for a range of new projects across the College, including Student Support, Outreach Programmes, and Student Scholarships.

*    Earn £9.23 per hour
*    Flexible shifts that fit around your studies and other commitments
*    Develop great skills to boost your CV
*    Network with other students and make new friends
*    Relaxed and friendly working environment
*    Comprehensive training and support
*    Speak to Imperial alumni from around the world and gain free careers advice
*    Help to enhance the Imperial student experience for you and peers

Apply now by completing the online application form by midnight on Wednesday 8 June 2016.

Interviews will be held from Monday 13 June to Wednesday 15 June on the South Kensington Campus.

See here for a full Job Description and Person Specification.

During this campaign we will be contacting alumni who reside all over the world, including Singapore, China and Hong Kong. Students with foreign language skills, specifically Mandarin and Cantonese, are particularly encouraged to apply.

For more information about the campaign, and to apply online, please visit:

This part-time job opportunity runs for four weeks, from 22 June to 17 July. In addition to normal calling hours during evening and weekends, some additional daytime shifts from Monday – Thursday will also be available.

Students who are successful at the interview stage must attend all three compulsory paid training sessions on Saturday 18 June, Monday 20 June and Tuesday 21 June 2016.

If you have any questions or would like to know more about this opportunity, please contact Josie Wales at or on 020 7594 6737.