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  1. Job availability for students on campus There are various job opportunities for students on campus. These positions are often casual paid jobs or volunteer positions. You can find job opportunities via:  CareerHub UniMentor... Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  2. High enough GPA Contact the relevant faculty office to make an appointment to speak with a Faculty Adviser . Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  3. Your GPA and employability Employers seek candidates with more than just excellent grades. They are looking for students who are well rounded with a range of skills and attributes. If you are concerned about your employability... Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  4. Job listings / jobs board The  Careers Centre has a Jobs Board named  CareerHub which lists casual, part-time, full-time, graduate positions, vacation work and volunteering opportunities available to all UWA... Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  5. UWA Careers Fair The University of Western Australia hosts a Careers Fair during the graduate intake period around March of each year. Information for students and employers or exhibitors is available online . The... Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  6. Becoming a tutor Tutoring opportunities are usually advertised on the UWA Jobs website . If there is a particular unit that you are interested in tutoring for, then contact the unit-coordinator. Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  7. Booking an appointment with a Careers Adviser You can book an initial 30 minute appointment with a Careers Adviser to discuss any career or employment related issues. Appointments are available most days and can be booked via Career Hub . If you... Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  8. Getting help with your resume The Careers Centre offers a resume review service to provide feedback before you apply for a job. You can make an appointment for a resume review by logging into  CareerHub and booking a Resume... Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  9. Finding jobs for students on campus You can find both voluntary and paid jobs if you look hard enough! Being a volunteer can build your skills and experience and is often the first step in gaining paid employment in casual jobs on... Date Updated: 12/02/2018
  10. UWA Careers Fair Dates 2017 The 2017 UWA Careers Fair will be held on two days - Tuesday 28 February and  Wednesday 1 March  from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at The University Club of Western Australia. Date Updated: 12/02/2018