Temporary London jobs: Flexible working made easy
Whether you’re looking for London student jobs, agency work, temporary jobs or weekend shifts, Syft is the ultimate London temporary work platform to sign up with. Syft can help you find great part time London jobs, with roles in the industrial, hospitality and events industry. Not only that but every year there is a myriad of seasonal jobs on offer in London, including festivals, concerts and festive events. Finding a job that fits around your lifestyle and schedule can be tricky, so why not sign up to Syft and take the hassle out of part time employment. Scroll down and use your mobile phone to get started!
Temporary jobs in London
Hospitality, Events and Nightlife
London is the heart and soul of the UK and attracts thousands of visitors from all across the world every year. Its diverse and inclusive spectrum of cultures are what makes the city truly one of a kind. The city draws a plethora of skilled and trained professionals looking for temporary London jobs. The city is also home to some of the top universities in the country attracting many talented and ambitious students who are eager to work whilst they study.
One of the many benefits of London being so diverse is the selection of amazing restaurants and eateries that is has to offer, ranging from quirky millennial hotspots such as Sketch to more traditional pubs like the Lamb and Flag in Covent Garden, meaning there is an affluent amount of London hospitality jobs on offer. As well as restaurants and bars, London is famed for hosting some of the best festivals and events around such as LoveBox, Wireless and Notting Hill Carnival. The abundance of hospitality businesses and events requiring temporary staff is the reason that Syft is the leading London hospitality agency and waiting staff agency.
In addition to festivals and food you can also find yourself fully immersed in an array of history and culture from art galleries, theatres and museums including the Tate Gallery, the V&A, the West End and the Natural History Museum. Not least forgetting that the city is predominantly known for some of the world's most renowned fashion designers and shopping districts including Bond Street and Oxford Street.