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This section of the website is devoted to live Q&A sessions with our own advisers or external employers. We will promote the Live Q&A’s in advance and you can also access session archives below.

For Staff

The Careers & Employability team have professional qualifications and experience in careers and teaching, curriculum design and the development of experiential learning. A named Careers Adviser is responsible for liaising with each academic department. 

Our offer to academic and school staff:

Consultation on Curriculum Development  

Consultation services to support with the development of careers education provision within Schools and programmes, including activity design for school planning days.  

Audit Tool

Careers & Employability have designed a useful careers audit tool to help aid analysis of existing employability activity within a programme or module. The purpose of this exercise is to complete a self-audit on the careers and employability content within your programme or module. Contact the team via the button below to receive a copy of the audit tool and information on how to best use the tool.Contact the team

The Design and Delivery of Careers Education  

Our career readiness programme has been designed to support early career planningUsing the concept of Explore, Develop and Apply students will be able to evaluate their preparedness, identify their next steps and access a range of specifically created resources to support their development.  Click the button to see more.  Career Readiness Programme

Employer and Labour Market Led Expertise 

We can support with employer led expertise in relation to skills development, work based learning, career planning and graduate opportunities. Through this activity we can provide an informed view of the graduate labour market overall or for specific industries and its requirements. 

Support for schools includes developing links to organisations that can provide opportunities to students including joint meetings with employers. More information for employers can be found here.

Career Service Updates  

Regular updates onCareers Service eventsincluding skills sessions, fairs, employer presentations, talks and workshops. 

Academic Resources  

We have a bank of resources and useful information to help you engage students with Careers & Employability suitable for use within personal tutoring, the curriculum or via extra-curricular activities and events. Career Resources for staff

Graduate Outcomes  

Information on the destination of your Graduates from the Graduate Outcomes report. Click below to be redirected to the University dashboard to view the Graduate Outcome results.Visit the dashboard

Connecting Students with Industry  

Lincoln Connect is the University of Lincoln’s exclusive online community, connecting students with alumni and employers to seek career support, advice, and industry insights  Find out more 

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 Readiness Programme.
  • 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 Team with rooms and facilities for departmental careers events and publicity to students
  • Provide a link from the departmental website to the Careers & Employability 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.