This article will explain what the Careers and Employability Service is and how you can access it.

The Careers and Employability Service, offers support to students and graduates* with part-time jobs, career planning, work experience, volunteering, placements, business startup and graduate jobs to support entry into graduate work, further study or starting up a business.

The Careers and Employability Service provides a wide range of services including:

  • Careers advice - advice and guidance on career planning, CVs, application forms, interviews, assessment centres and further study
  • Job opportunities - access to MyCareer online jobs board and the Graduate Recruitment Consultancy, the University of Portsmouth’s very own on-campus recruitment team
  • Volunteering and work experience - volunteering bank with a variety of roles and organisations
  • Enterprise - startup and freelance advice, regular enterprise courses and hot-desking and office space for startups
  • Events - annual Graduate Recruitment and Placement Fair and on campus employer events

*Please note that the Careers and Employability Service supports graduates for up to five years from graduation.

How do I access the services offered by the Careers and Employability Service?

You can drop-in to the Careers and Employability Centre located on Guildhall Walk under James Watson Halls, at any time during our opening hours or call us on +44 (0) 23 9284 2684. You can also find out more about the full range of services available and access the MyCareer online careers platform by visiting our website.

How to Contact us

Visit us at:

Careers and Employability Service

University of Portsmouth

28 Guildhall Walk

Portsmouth

PO1 2DD

Opening hours:

Monday–Thursday: 8.30am–5pm

Friday: 8.30am–4pm

 

Telephone or Email:

t: +44 (0)23 9284 2684

e: careers@port.ac.uk

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