Brunel University London offer employers a free buoyant online jobs board for exclusive use by Brunel students and recent graduates.
Registering a vacancy is very simple. If this is your first visit, register your organisation details with us by clicking here and selecting register from the dropdown options and follow the on screen instructions.
If you already have an account on the jobs board but have misplaced your login details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the employer engagement team will get back to you.
Once you have posted your opportunity our team will approve the advert, making it available to the most relevant groups of students by year group and discipline. If you would like to target more than one discipline please contact the employer engagement team email@example.com with details of the courses you would like to reach out to from the list below;
- Arts and Humanities
- Computer Science
- Clinical Sciences
- Digital Media
- Economics and Finance
- Electronic and Computer Engineering
- Environmental Sciences
- Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
- Politics and History
- Social Sciences, Media and Communications
- Sport Sciences
The job board can be used to advertise the following types of roles;
People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community, make a difference to people around them or to develop new skills and share existing experience and knowledge.
A part-time contract is a form of employment that carries fewer hours per week than a full-time job. Workers are considered to be part-time if they commonly work fewer than 30 hours per week.
Please note that part-time jobs must comply with national minimum wage (NMW) which varies depending on the age of the student. To find out more about NMW please click here or you can get in contact with firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate vacancies and schemes
Graduate schemes and graduate training programmes are offered by many large employers. They typically last a year, but some extend to 18 months or even two years. It's the defined time frame and structure that normally distinguishes a graduate scheme or programme from the wider class of 'graduate job', which is the catch all term for entry-level roles that require people with graduate level education.
A four to 12 week opportunity which would usually run between June and September, once a students has completed his/her exams. Internships offer students a practical experience in the industry relating to their field of study.
A validated six or 12 month work experience opportunity which forms part of a university degree programme (usually in the penultimate year of a four year sandwich course). Placements usually commence between June and September. For more information about placements please contact our placement team on email@example.com
LBIC Pre-Masters placements
The scheme is part of a pre-Master’s course for international students. As part of their course students are required to complete a professional unpaid placement of 6 weeks that is related to their Master’s degree.
To find out more about these placements or to advertise your vacancy, please contact Nayna Patel, Placement Adviser for LBIC students at Nayna.Patel@brunel.ac.uk
We have recently introduced placements/internships within a selection of our Master’s degrees. The placement generally tends to be between 12-14 weeks long and can occur at various times in the year depending on the subject area. The majority of these students already have a number of years’ worth of experience and are either looking to enhance their profile or to change career direction altogether.
Although we can't guarentee how many applications you will recieve from your job posting(s), you are more likely to get a better response to your advert(s) if you're enagaged in some of our campus activities. For more informatin please visit our Raise your pofile on campus page
When posting a vacancy please make sure you complete all fields in the job description template, including;
- Information about your company
- Information abvout the your role(s) and responsibilities
- Essential skills required to undertake the role
- Preferable skills required to undertake the role
- Salary information - Please note salary must meet National Minimum Wage
- How to apply (CV and covering letter and/or online application)
It can also help to include a student and/or graduate testimonial of someone who has or is currently working for your company as well as information about any social activities and/or community engagement your company is enagged in.
- The academic year at Brunel runs from September to May. Students are available to start full-time employment (placements, summer internships and graduate jobs) from June
- Most employers advertise and recruit students between October and March. To reach out to a bigger pool of candidates we recommend that you advertise placements, summer internships and graduate opportunities between October and March
- Expect a drop in applications between April and May during exams
- Part-time jobs can be advertised all year round