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Profiles online at Redgoldfish We have provided this detailed profile resource section on the site in order to assist you with understanding further information regarding your chosen job or career. This section is categorised by "Trade Role" ie your official "Working Position Title" you would find on your contract of employment. Each individual profile will provide you with information in the following eight key areas:- UTS: Careers Events and Workshops - Get work ready The Careers Service offers workshops on a range of topics each semester. Many workshops are run by employers, so you can get the most up-to-date information directly from recruiters. Registrations for workshops open every couple of weeks throughout semester, so check back regularly.

Civil Service recruitment Search for jobs in the Civil Service by department, category, job type, salary and location. You can start a job search now. You will have to create a login to apply. UNSW Advantage and AHEGS Gain experience & develop yourself! UNSW Advantage gives you access to over 350 voluntering and professional development opportunities available throughout UNSW. We also make sure these experiences are listed on your AHEGS when you graduate. From mentoring new students, to taking part in a leadership program, all of these experiences help you develop yourself, and gain the skills and confidence to thrive in life after UNSW. It's not all about study or careers! Having fun outside your degree is also really important to your well-being, sense of community, and a great way to make new friends!

Graduate recruitment agencies The UK graduate market offers an important pool of qualified candidates for employers across all sectors. While lack of experience typically leads to entry-level jobs, graduates are thought to be 15%-20% more likely to attain work than candidates without a degree. Finance, marketing and law companies offer some of the best career opportunities for ex-students and graduate recruitment agencies are necessary to search and supply the best personnel available to their clients in these industries. Our services - Careers Centre Skip to main content The University of Sydney - Careers Centre You are here: Home / Careers Centre / About us / Our services About us Get Career Centred Leeds City Council - Jobs and careers With a wide range of career opportunities available – from teaching to social work, finance to customer service, gardeners to cooks - Leeds City Council aims to continually improve its services to the people of Leeds, striving to ensure the highest quality and at the same time representing value for money. Could you become part of a team to help us achieve our goals? This website advertises public sector jobs in Leeds, including charities and the voluntary sector, as well as school and council vacancies. It is designed to give you all the information you need to search for current vacancies, so that finding and applying for a job online is fast and easy. You can also register for job updates by email, so that you will know about any jobs that match your search criteria as soon as they arise.

Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre : Graduate opportunities with a 2:2 Many organizations do stipulate a 2.1 as part of their graduate scheme entry requirements but not all. In fact there is a wide variety of graduate training programmes open to graduates with a 2.2 degree. The Civil Service Fast Stream is perhaps the most high profile example of a 2.2 graduate scheme but opportunities exist across all sectors. ERASMUSINTERN provides an integrated market place that aims at bringing together traineeship providers and students seeking a training opportunity abroad. is part of STORY project which is a project by the Erasmus Student Network (ESN). ESN is a non-profit international student organisation which mission is to represent international students by providing opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students. ESN has more than 13.000 members in local sections all over Europe working on a volunteer base together with Higher Education Institutions and offering services to 180.000 students per year The STORY project has been funded with support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission.