Please see below the role descriptions for jobs available for the ball, which will be held on the 20th June 2023 from 7pm to 6am with paid breaks during the night and one hour paid training in the week before the ball. Successful applicants will be invited to interview in the first week of Lent term using the email you provide. We will be paying workers at least the Cambridge living wage. You can apply by filling out the form linked above.
*Please note wages may change in line with government/living wage estimates between now and the time of the ball! *
General Worker (£10.90 per hour)
General workers may have to work a number of different jobs, including litter picking and glass collection. This requires flexibility and being able to quickly and effectively follow instructions to keep the ball running smoothly.
Hit Squad Member (£10.90 per hour)
This role requires applicants to be able to respond quickly and efficiently to any incidents within the ball, as well as help other workers on an as-needed basis. Workers will have to be organised and cooperate well with others. Previous experience of a May Ball or similar event would be useful, but not mandatory.
Set-Up/Clean-Up Worker (£10.90 per hour)
Set-up workers will work from 12:00 until 18:00 on the 20th of June and will help assemble the college so that it is ready to host the ball. Clear-up workers will work from 6:00 to 12:00 on the 21st of June, making sure the college returns to its normal state as quickly as possible after the ball. These roles may require heavy lifting. Workers will be able to choose whether to work the whole shift or a shift of four hours.