Find a Job
If you are looking for work experience, placements and internships, or graduate work, view vacancies.
if you are an international student Student Circus has a list of jobs open to students with a tier 4 visa - register and log in with your Kent details.
The Student Guide has a lot of other ideas of how to gain employability skills whilst you’re at university, and build up a strong CV for when you graduate.
General jobs boards
- Graduate job search PROSPECTS
- TARGET Jobs Search employers by name or industry sector
- Milkround Vacancies A-Z by employer or by industry sector, plus careers advice
- Glassdoor Jobs, company information and reviews and interview feedback
- GradJobs Employer A-Z, magazine and recruitment events
- The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers – as chosen by graduates
- The Job Crowd Includes a feature on “Top Companies to Work For”
- Rate My Placement Internships and year-in-industry jobs and company reviews
- - Employmebnt 4 students
- AllAboutFinanceCareers offer free advice and guidance to young people interested in a career in finance
- Inside Careers covers actuaries, accountants, IT, management consultancy, patent attorneys and tax advisors
- Gradcracker Placements, internships and graduate jobs for technology and engineering students
- Sanctuary Graduates specialist graduate recruitment agency with clients in all sectors looking for technology graduates, science graduates, STEM graduates and finance graduates
- Stellar Jobs - largest collection of space jobs
- - Climate Change jobs
- Job Tensor - Natural sciences IT and technology
- Job Medic are the number one employment site for nurses, midwives and social and health care assistants
- Entrypark Employers across Europe
- TalentPool a specialist recruiter for graduates looking to start a career with an SME or startup
These pages will help you find and research employers and enable you to:
- Become aware of the whole range of opportunities for graduate jobs, placements and internships;
- Decide which employers you may be interested in applying to;
- Answer questions on application forms such as “Why do you want to work for us?”
They do not just list sites where jobs for graduates and undergraduates are advertised but also include resources that will help you to do more in-depth research to find out about employers.
This research will really help you to make your applications stand out – all graduate recruiters appreciate a candidate who has shown the motivation to research the company and its environment. You should know:
- What the employer does (they may do more than you think! Did you know, for example, that Mars make petfood and pasta sauces as well as chocolate?)
- What the job for which you are applying involves
- What sort of person the employer is looking for
- Current issues affecting the employer's business interests (such as mergers, new government legislation, the stock market, environmental or political issues). This will help you to show commercial awareness
When visiting an employer’s website, don’t just look at their graduate recruitment pages. Other sections (such as About Us, Media or News)will give you extra information that will help you find out about these current issues and latest developments.
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