Careers and Employability Centre

Graduate jobs

If you're graduating this year and looking for employment, we advertise a wide range of graduate jobs with immediate start dates. You can start your search on CareerHub and you can get all jobs emailed to you.

The list below shows some of the latest graduate jobs on our database. You can log in to CareerHub using your Sussex username and password to see the full listing. If you are a recent Sussex graduate and can't access CareerHub, please call 01273 678429 or email

Latest jobs
Graduate job sites

We cannot be responsible for ensuring that jobs advertised on external sites will obey minimum wage laws and other regulations. But if you find a job and you have questions about it, you can contact us at

You can find more specialist jobs websites and recruitment agencies in our Sector Guides

  • Milkround - search for graduate jobs/schemes and internships/work experience. Refine by sector, job type, location and recruiter type
  • TargetJobs - search for graduate schemes/jobs, placements, internships, insight programmes and first year schemes. Refine by sector, organisation type and region
  • Prospects - search for graduate jobs/schemes and work experience. Sub-search by sector, location, salary and keyword (i.e. placement, summer vacation)
  • - search for graduate jobs, graduate schemes and internships. Filter by sector and location
  • Graduate Talent Pool - government site to give graduates real work experience through a paid internship
  • Talentpool - graduate opportunities in start-ups and SMEs
  • Inspiring Interns - London & South East - graduate jobs and internships
Other job sites
Jobs in Brighton
Recruitment agencies in Brighton

The following firms have offices in Brighton and offer general, mostly office based work.

Social care and health agencies

Social care is a big area of work, these agencies are involved in providing qualified specialists, as well as carers.

IT and technology

Other agencies

Applying for jobs

You will be generally required to complete an application form or submit a CV (curriculum vitae) and a covering letter in order to apply for a job.

It's important to sell yourself and your skills when you're applying for part-time jobs. You can have your CV, covering letter or application form reviewed by a Careers and Employability Consultant.

Book yourself an appointment or send your documents to us via Ask a Question in CareerHub.

We also run many workshops on CVs, applications and interviews, so check out our events listing at

International students
International students who wish to work in the UK after graduation will need to obtain a different type of visa.

Subscribe to our graduate jobs email

Subscribe to our latest graduate jobs by email

I haven't got a clue what I want to do!

Not sure what you want to do after graduation? Don't panic! Get started with your career planning by exploring the options your degree offers you and researching different employment sectors.

Look out for our career planning event 'I'm sorry, I haven't a clue' or book yourself an appointment to speak to a Careers Consultant to explore your options further.

Working internationally

See our Working Internationally page for information on working abroad

Debut - graduate careers app

Debut - career app for student and graduate opportunities. Apply for jobs and play employer games to win prizes. Free for Apple or Android


        Glassdoor logo

Free, unlimited access to Glassdoor for Sussex students. Get company reviews, interview questions, salary information and vacancies!

Using RSS feeds

RSS feeds are a good way to get job updates sent directly to you, based on your search criteria. Look for the orange symbol on web pages or in your Browser, or use a free RSS service such as Feed43 to create feeds from pages without them.

If you’re struggling to find relevant feeds, try Instant RSS Search. You can search by topic, website (or a combination of the two). e.g. you can search for ‘accountancy’.

You will need a feed reader to view your job updates. You could try Feedly or NewsBlur or Inoreader online. Or there are personal dashboards like Netvibes. You could even use your browser, such as Firefox and IE7 (and above). Another option would be to use a site like Blogtrottr to email your feed results to you.