University Of Greenwich Employability

By | 8th June 2017

University Of Greenwich Employability

Employability & Careers Service (ECS)

Don’t settle for a mediocre job or career. You can secure the graduate job you have always wanted. The Employability & Careers Service is here to support you in achieving this goal.

Graduate Internship Opportunities

The University of Greenwich is dedicated to providing its graduates the best level of support to help them enter the workplace.

Santander Universities Partnership at Greenwich

Santander generously fund a number of internships and work placements each year. Find out more about the range of assistance the Santander scheme offers, or browse the internship and placement opportunities currently on offer.

Find out more about Santander Partnerships at the University of Greenwich

Santander Graduate Internship opportunities

View the internship and placement opportunities currently available through the Santander Universities Partnership scheme.

Santander Graduate Internship opportunities

University Of Greenwich Employability

Jobs board, University of Greenwich

Welcome to Jobs board. If you have not already done so please click on the Register now link on the right side of the page in order to sign up. Jobs board is linked to the national My Prospects website.

Search for jobs, workshops and events

We give you access to graduate jobs vacancies on our online jobs board; this includes part-time, volunteering and full-time positions. We offer careers workshops and give you access to our graduate recruitment fairs. These events are recognised for your Passport and ACE schemes.

  • For CV and application support for students and graduates, click here.

Types of work experience opportunities you can search for in the Jobs Board:

  • Search for GRADUATE jobs (ideally for final year, postgraduate students and recent graduates)
  • Check the WORK EXPERIENCE category (internships, placements, vacation schemes etc.)
  • Access CASUAL/PART-TIME vacancies (external casual, temporary, fixed-term or part-time roles.)
  • View the VOLUNTARY WORK opportunities (highly recommended to all students, in particular those wishing to enhance their CV by adding valuable experience and skills.)

Technical Support:
If you already have a My Prospects account then you may receive an Access Denied error when you register using the same username and/or e-mail address. If this happens please e-mail support@prospects.ac.uk (clicking on this link will open an e-mail template for you to edit and send).