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How do you find part-time work? | SonicJobs

How do you find part-time work? | SonicJobs

Part-time work is a great option if you have other commitments that stop you from working full-time, like young children or studies. The good news is that there are plenty of part-time job opportunities available. You just need to make the right moves to make sure you find the right part-time job.

Use our top tips to find part-time work in the UK.

7 tips for finding a part-time job

1. Update your saved searches

First things first, you want to be the first to hear about any new part-time job opportunities that become available. So make sure you update all your saved searches on job boards to ensure you don’t miss a trick. That way, as soon as a new part-time vacancy is registered, you’ll get pinged straight away!

2. Know your schedule

Before you start applying for jobs, put some thought into exactly what hours you’ll be available. It’s no use applying for jobs that require you to work mornings when you can only do afternoons. So reflect on your schedule and get clear on your availability.

3. Edit your CV summary

Your CV summary should clearly state that you’re looking for part-time work. This helps to avoid any confusion and prevents anyone’s time from being wasted. The last thing you want is to be offered an interview only to discover it’s for a full-time position. 

4. Double-check your CV

First impressions count, and your CV is the first impression a hiring manager has of you. That’s why it’s worth taking the time to double-check and perfect your CV before sending it off. You could even go one step further and get a friend to check it for you. You’d be surprised what they’ll pick up on! It’s better to be safe than sorry!

5. Follow up on applications

If you want to stand out from the crowd and land a part-time role as quickly as possible, you must follow up on all your job applications. If you haven’t heard back a week after you applied, get in touch with the company for an update. This will show you’re super keen and not willing to let the opportunity pass you by.

6. Disclose your availability to your employer

Always be upfront about your availability to the employer as soon as you make contact with them. In the interview, they may ask for more information about your availability, so make sure you’re honest about when you can work and don’t just tell them what they want to hear.

7. Use the SonicJobs app

What kind of job app would we be if we didn’t tell you how we can help?! On the SonicJobs app, we have a whole section dedicated to part-time jobs near you. Not only do we have thousands of vacancies across the UK, but we also have all the vacancies you’ll find on many of the other job boards like Totaljobs, Reed and CV Library all in one place.

Pro tip: Turn on part-time job notifications to really ramp up your job search

Part-time work for the win!

Here at SonicJobs, we’re a huge fan of promoting part-time job opportunities to suit your schedule. So whether you’re a student trying to balance your cash and studies, or a parent managing your bills and childcare, we’ve got a wide range of part-time work to choose from! Use the SonicJobs app to land your next role!

Check out our recent blog on the difference between contract and part-time work.

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