If you’re a student working part-time and believe that you have made an outstanding contribution at work ask your employer to nominate you today for the SEOTY awards.
The national Students Employee Of The Year (SEOTY) Awards reward outstanding contribution and achievement within student employment. You will be in with the chance of winning £200 and it looks great on your CV.
Find out below what could make you a SEOTY winner in the different categories.
Above and Beyond Award
Maybe your excellent communication skills have led to happy customers and repeat business. Or your commitment means you are always prepared to take on the early shift. Maybe your teamwork has provided motivation and support. Or you actively look for ways to make a positive difference. If you go above and beyond on a regular basis you could be in with a chance with this award.
Commercial Impact Award
This is the category for any enterprising individuals who have made a big commercial impact. Your ideas and contribution may have led you to spot new opportunities for increased profit or helped to engage with new audiences.
You could be the student who has the ability to create rapport over the phone, adapting to the different needs of different service users or customers, working with limited supervision to represent your employer in the best possible light.
Step up to leadership Award
Calling all those leaders out there who have taken responsibility for a project or stepped up to supervise other staff. This award recognises students who have taken responsibility by using their initiative and taken on additional challenges at work.
Job Shop/ Student Temp Excellence Award
For University of Chester students working through the UniJob bank this award offers the opportunity to be acknowledged for their achievements. If you think this is you speak to your recruiting manager today.
Finally, this award celebrates those excellent employers who have been really supportive and given you the opportunity for training and a chance to excel. Show your employer that you recognise the support they have provided by nominating them on the NASES website
We are looking for nominations now, so if you think you’re outstanding speak to your employer or if you know someone who is outstanding share this post.
To be considered for the awards, students need to be nominated by their employer for paid work they’ve done at any point between 11th April 2015 and 17th April 2016.
Employers who wish to nominate an individual or a team of students can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information or go to the NASES website for the application form http://www.nases.org.uk/seoty.
The closing date for applications is 18th April 2016 at 6pm.