How to post an internal student vacancy
We can post all TU/e vacancies for student assistants and/or work students on our online student platform “EuFlex Technificent”.
Placing and advertising a vacancy on our platform is completely free of cost for the TU/e!
Do you have a student vacancy at a faculty?
Please send your vacancy text or question to one of the e-mail addresses below or contact Lora Simic from Euflex via email@example.com to request your faculty’s instruction manual. She will also give you further instructions on how to post your (first) vacancy on our Technificent platform.
|Chemical Engineering & Chemistryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Applied Physics & Science Educationemail@example.com|
|Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences||ESA.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mathematics & Computer Sciencesemail@example.com|
Do you have a student vacancy at a TU/e service other than a faculty?
Other TU/e services can send their vacancy texts to Myrna de Win via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the instructions below to check the information that we need to adequately promote the vacancy. By presenting your information correctly you increase the chances of finding a good match.
The job advertisement text should contain the following:
– A description of the task(s) / responsibilities
– What kind of person are you looking for? (profile, skills, language proficiency)
– The preferred start date
– How many students do you need?
– A description of the organization / department / project
– Amount of work hours a week or total amount of work hours? Are there fixed days the student needs to be present?
– Details of a contact person to send the applications to (e-mail address)
– Salary indication*
The difference between a student assistant and a work student is that a work student works on call and a student assistant has fixed, predetermined hours.
When students respond it is important for our Contract & Payroll Services department to know whether these students already have a contract with Euflex, and if a work permit is needed.
A student has to be registered via our website.
The secretary’s offices generally have passwords to register someone as a student assistant. A work student can be registered without password.
When a student is new he / she will receive an e-mail from us with a request to register. After that we can generate the contract.
Please, keep in mind that non-EU students require a work permit when hired. The request for a work permit has to be done by us at the UWV and usually takes between 2 – 6 weeks. Without a work permit the student is NOT allowed to work.
If a student works for you without a work permit, his / her residence permit is at risk and you risk a very high fine!