Jobs and recruitment
We offer a free online job advertising service, helping you to meet your student and graduate recruitment needs.
The Employability and Careers Service (ECS) is able to provide assistance with all aspects of the recruitment and selection process. This may involve basic advertising of your job opportunities, to more extensive support in helping you to identify suitable candidates for specialist schemes or vacancies.
ECS provide an online vacancy advertising service for employers, within the University of Greenwich. Click here for login and registration.
Benefits to your business:
- Save time and money with our free online job vacancy service
- Recruiting staff is an investment in the future of your business
- Bring fresh and new skills, ideas, innovation and enthusiasm to your business and a wide variety of talented recruits to assist your business's growth and progress
- Quality candidates from reliable and respected source
- Raise your company profile
- Build closer and stronger links to the University staff and students
- Easy to use with the potential to reach a high number of students
- The service can be accessed any time if the year to post vacancies
- Preview current and old vacancies.
This service is provided in partnership with Prospects.ac.uk, the UK's official graduate careers website.
We reserve the right to refuse any vacancy, voluntary or work-related opportunity that is deemed inappropriate. All vacancies must comply with current codes of practice and employment legislation. The publishing of vacancies should not be seen, or marketed by agencies, as endorsed by the University of Greenwich.
These guidelines have been found to increase mutual confidence and are therefore strongly recommended. Whilst the Employability and Careers Service (ECS) is in no way obliged to take action against any party breaching any of the guidelines issued above, access to its services will be withdrawn from any person or organisation breaching its Code of Practice.
These guidelines are without any prejudice to legal obligations which may operate in respect of these matters under Acts of Parliament or governmental regulations, relating to race relations, employment protection, sex discrimination, religious discrimination, disability, etc. It is strongly recommended that good equal opportunities practice be extended into areas not covered by law.