University Of Chichester Graduate Jobs

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University Of Chichester Graduate Jobs

Our GraduateOn programme provides a platform to bring together our students and graduates with local employers.

We aim to equip our students with the specialist, professional and personal skills required for employment and have a wealth of talent who want to apply those skills in the workplace in private business, public sector organisations and charities in West Sussex and neighbouring areas.

Employers are welcome to advertise their opportunities to our students and graduates on our TARGETconnect Jobs Board – free of charge.  A full range of opportunity types are supported including: full-time, part-time, temporary, permanent, graduate schemes, volunteering, internships and placements.  All opportunities must comply with our Code of Practice (see below).
To post opportunities you need to be registered on our system.  If you have already registered you only need to login (the login page also supports resetting passwords).

 

Once you have completed the registration, the Careers team will check and approve your application, and you will then be sent an email from TARGETconnect inviting you to create a password. You must agree to our Code of Practice shown below to advertise opportunities.

You will be able to post an opportunity at the time of registering. Opportunities will also be checked and approved by the Careers team and you will receive an email once the opportunity has been made available to students.

Student availability for part-time/temporary work

The academic year at Chichester generally runs from early September to early May with holidays at Christmas and Easter. Students based at both Chichester and Bognor campuses are looking for work. Some live locally and are available to work year round, others are looking for term-time work.

We recommend that full time students do not work more than about 15 hours a week in term-time.

Work placements

Students on Business, IT and Tourism courses have the opportunity to complete a ten week and / or a year’s work placement.