Please see the information below to find out how we can work together to support our student’s career development. If you are a Personal Tutor, we have collated a page of useful information to help you engage students with Careers & Employability. See this via the below button;
Please see the information below to find out how we can work together to support our student’s career development.
If you are a Personal Tutor, we have collated a page of useful information to help you engage students with Careers & Employability. See this via the below button;
We help academic departments by providing:
- Bespoke industry informed sessions designed and delivered for particular courses/Schools/Colleges
- A named Careers Adviser responsible for liaising with each academic department
- Consultation services to support with the development of careers education provision within Schools and programmes
- Support for career and employability skills within the curriculum in the form of talks and workshops
- Employer led expertise in relation to skills development, work based learning, career planning and graduate opportunities
- An informed view of the graduate labour market overall or for specific industries and its requirements
- Support for developing links to organisations that can provide opportunities to students including joint meetings with employers
- Regular updates on Careers Service events including skills sessions, fairs, employer presentations, talks and workshops
- Support and information for our online resources
- Staff Training Sessions on all career and employability topics
- Resources for Personal tutoring
- Support and information for developing entrepreneurship opportunities for students
- Point of contact for you to send employer requests to and job vacancies you receive
- Information on the destination of your Graduates from the Destination of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE ) report. Click below to be redirected to the University Staff portal pages to view the University’s DLHE results.
How our academic departments can help:
Talk to us – we rely on the support and involvement of departments to help us deliver an excellent level of service to students and we are always ready to discuss and develop new initiatives with you. If you can, please:
- Provide a nominated member of staff with responsibility for employability
- Encourage students to think about their careers as early as possible (but especially before the start of their final year). Some students may need to make early applications in their final year for graduate training schemes, explore our Careers timeline
- Provide an opportunity for us to deliver a careers induction talk (15mins) to your students as the very minimum
- Wherever possible, careers input to the curriculum as an integral part of the timetable; ideally as part of an established module
- If available support the Careers Service with rooms and facilities for departmental careers events and publicity to students
- Provide a link from the departmental website to the Careers Service website
- Promote careers events including careers fairs, alumni talks and employer incentives to students in your department
- Share with Careers and Employability when employers make direct contact with the department
- Encourage Students to become more aware of how they can develop their employability, we can offer support with this through the Lincoln Award
- Provide information about additional departmental contacts, for example administrative staff with responsibility for particular schools.
Contacting the Careers Service
The Careers Centre is open 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. The Careers Centre is located on the Ground Floor of the Library.