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Notetakers and Study Assistants with a STEM Background

The DRC is currently recruiting notetakers and study assistants with a STEM background to support disabled students. We are particularly looking for those with a background in Maths, Physics, and Engineering.

The notetaking role involves taking comprehensive lecture and supervision notes for students in a format that suits them.  Notetakers are paid £13.50 an hour 

The study assistant role is varied, but tasks may include organising study materials and ensuring they are in accessible formats, describing diagrams in textbooks, library support, supporting the student to organise their time, or orientating the student in the department.  Study assistants are paid £20 per hour

We are looking for applicants with excellent organisation and communication skills. You must be willing to commit to the role for a minimum of a term, for at least 5 hours per week.

There are opportunities for both remote and in-person work.

Applicants must be based in the UK and available to conduct a ‘right to work check’ at the DRC, Cambridge.

If you are interested in either or both roles, please contact Eleanor and Bella at nmh@admin.cam.ac.uk, attaching a CV. In the email please state how many hours per week you would be available and whether you are interested in in-person work.

 

Notetakers with Arts and Humanities backgrounds

The notetaking role involves taking comprehensive lecture and supervision notes for students in a format that suits them. Notetakers are paid £13.50 per hour.

We are looking for applicants with excellent organisation, notetaking, and communication skills. You must be educated to postgraduate degree level. You must be willing to commit to the role for a minimum of a term, for at least 10 hours per week.

There are opportunities for both remote and in-person work.

Applicants must be based in the UK and available to conduct a ‘right to work check’ at the DRC, Cambridge.

If you are interested in the role, please contact Eleanor and Bella at nmh@admin.cam.ac.uk, attaching a CV. In the email please state how many hours per week you would be available and whether you are interested in in-person work