Jobs, work experience and volunteering

JobShop

The JobShop is the University's own vacancy website where we advertise full-time, part-time, graduate and work experience roles.

Each year we have thousands of graduate jobs, and many of these are in our local region.

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Placements

Placements are periods of work experience in your degree. Find out about these popular opportunities and how your School can help with getting a placement.

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Part-time jobs and work experience

Find part-time jobs and work experience/volunteering vacancies and discover resources to help you get the experience you need.

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Graduate roles

Find out about the many exciting opportunities open to you as a graduate including: grad schemes, other graduate jobs and graduate internships.

Explore your options

Find resources to help you explore your career options, discover the types of opportunities that are available and see what recruiters are looking for.

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Regional Jobs Guide

Discover all the great places and companies on your doorstep. Covers all of Yorkshire and Manchester too.

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Kirklees Top 100

Learn about the great careers at the 100 leading local companies in Kirklees.

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Opportunities catalogue

Need ideas on how to enhance your CV? Then check out the opportunities catalogue for lots of great ways of getting the evidence that employers look for.

Lend a Hand Project

Providing you with opportunities from across the University to increase your employability!

How to use the JobShop

Tips on how to easily find the vacancies your are looking for in the online JobShop.

How to use recruitment agencies

Discover how recruitment agencies can help you get a graduate job.

Santander Universities events

Meet top employers, study free skills development courses and access enterprise start-up funds - all through the Santander Universities scheme.

External websites and resources

Our Careers Advisers and Consultants may recommend a range of websites that specialise in employability, graduate careers, and student placements during appointments and talks. These sites can help you to explore career routes with your degree and can be accessed on the Resource Hub.