Irrespective of whether you are considering graduate schemes, graduate jobs, self-employment or part-time work you will find information and resources in this section to get you started.
|The Careers Centre works closely with emplyers from all job sectors to advertise a diverse range of opportunities including graduate jobs, internships, part-time posts and volunteering opportunities. A weekly vacancy bulletin is also sent to students.|
|Find out more about employment opportunities for graduates including graduate schemes.|
|The ability to effectively research employers can potentially open up job opportunities outside of the more obvious graduate recruiters. Demonstrating your employer research is also very important in the job application process.|
|If you are interested in working part-time during your time at Durham, or wish to consider a vacation job, the resources here will help you to get started.|
|If you are considering self-employment there is support available through the Careers Centre. Find out more in this section.|
|Use the resources available here to begin researching employment opportunities outside of the UK.|
|Equality and diversity in the work place is an important issue for all students and graduates. The resources in this section link to organisations providing information and advice within the broad context of diversity and employment.