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    Student Training Assistants wanted

    By Caroline Norris, on 19 May 2017

    We have a number of vacancies for UCL students to assist on our IT training courses.  This is casual, part-time work at £12.40 per hour (UCL spinal point 15).  The number of hours available will vary and you can choose whether to accept work at any given time.  You will need to be a UCL student and available for work from October 2017.

    You will have an in-depth knowledge of a range of software applications including Microsoft Office.  A good knowledge of any of the following would be highly desirable: data analysis software (SPSS, Stata, R, Matlab), Unix, programming (HTML & CSS, SQL and Python).  Patience, confidence, excellent time-keeping and an ability to explain concepts simply and clearly are essential skills. Visit for more details of the courses we provide.

    If you would like to know more, please read the full job description.  Please contact if you have any further questions about the role.

    Closing date for applications is 4 June and interviews will be held on 19 and 20 June.  We will let you know by 13 June if we wish to interview you.  To apply, please complete our job application form and email to