Careers & Employability Consultant Ref: 5199
School/department: Careers, Employability & Entrepreneurship
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week) – requests for flexible working will be considered
Salary: starting at £33,797 to £40,322 per annum
Placed on: 17 May 2021
Closing date: 13 June 2021 (applications must be received by midnight of the closing date)
Expected Interview date: wc 21 and 28 June 2021.
Expected start date: ASAP
Empower the next generation of engineers, developers, analysts…
Join a university attracting global attention for quantum research…
Work in a vibrant campus environment…
Do something different…
The University of Sussex is seeking candidates with a STEM background to become the Careers Consultant to students studying in our School of Engineering and Informatics. We welcome candidates with or without a careers background; where needed, training will be provided, including a fully funded postgraduate qualification.
Working in a friendly team of career professionals and collaborating closely with academics, you will deliver careers training and one-to-one support to students, helping them develop the skills and knowledge needed to transition successfully into the job market on graduation. You will also work closely with local, national and international employers, staying up-to-date with the rapidly evolving graduate labour market and connecting students to jobs. You will support students from all discipline backgrounds, whilst becoming expert in careers support to Engineering and Informatics students.
The mission of the Careers and Entrepreneurship Team at the University of Sussex is for all of our students to be ‘world ready’ on graduation. Co-creating with students and academic schools, we deliver engaging careers and entrepreneurship education, information and guidance, alongside a distinctive menu of placements, internships, events and training to help students build skills, experience, confidence and employer connections. We support students from the time they arrive at the University until three years after they graduate.
We are seeking candidates with strong interpersonal skills, and, ideally, a STEM background. You must be able to swiftly build trust and credibility with an individual, hearing their story and guiding on next steps. Candidates must be comfortable delivering to groups, and be highly organised and collaborative – able to build strong partnerships with academic colleagues, the Careers and Entrepreneurship Team and our students.
The salary range for this position is £33,797 – £40,322. The University offers a compelling employer proposition, including a positive approach to flexible working, significant investment in staff wellbeing and development, a generous pension scheme and annual leave allowance, and access to campus facilities. We warmly welcome applicants from all backgrounds. For informal enquiries, please contact Andy Howard, firstname.lastname@example.org.
 Either a degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths discipline, and/or experience working in a STEM role or environment
The University of Sussex values the diversity of its staff and students and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.
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How to apply
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