Looking for work? Thinking about future study? Need to improve your CV? Want to be great at a job interview?
Use Careers & Employability to be ready for a great future
We’re a friendly and professional team, dedicated to helping you in planning your future, to find work or study, develop connections and skills, go freelance or start your own business.
Working on assignments in the LRCs? Visit the Job hunting desk
Open weekdays in LRCs at Bognor 10 – 12 and Chichester 1 – 3pm to:
Find full-time or part-time work, graduate roles and schemes, placements and volunteering roles.
Check and update your CV and tailor a covering letter or application form.
Discuss your career plans with a Careers Consultant
Book a 40 minute confidential meeting and receive guidance on all aspects of careers planning via careers.chi.ac.uk, to:
Understand your motivations, skills and achievements and how to promote them.
Decide what is best for you, weigh-up your choices and options.
Apply professionally for work or study and finding experience.
Want to be ready for interviews? Book with a Careers Consultant for :
An introduction to video interviewing so you can practice whenever you like. Email us for more information.
A mock job interview, where you can answer questions in a safe environment and get feedback to be even better in a real interview. Book through the careers.chi.ac.uk.
Use the University’s Careers Portal to find work
Visit careers.chi.ac.uk to search for jobs that suit you. Set your alert preferences.
This is Chichester’s unique job site for all full or part-time jobs, graduate roles or graduate schemes, placements, internships and volunteering roles.
Your future starts with you!
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