Ulster University Employability and Careers recognise the constantly evolving situation businesses are operating in and are in preparations to respond to the potential impacts of COVID-19. We appreciate that this is a very uncertain and challenging time for all businesses and employers which may have a possible impact on student and graduate recruitment going forward. While the University remains open and teaching continues (albeit by distance learning methods) staff are committed to ensuring a high level of support to businesses.
We are ensuring that students are fully informed of the latest official advice from the Public Health Agency (NI), and continue to issue guidance on our coronavirus website.
Ulster University places a high value on our links with employers and our staff are committed to continuing to work flexibly with you to create a future talent pipeline with undergraduates who are seeking placements and graduate roles.
Our team are here to provide a high-quality responsive service to all employers and businesses, offering expertise to support your business needs with the student programmes and talent available at Ulster.
Staff can advise on issues associated with recruiting students and graduates such as; timing, salaries, selection criteria and we are here to help you put recruitment plans into action.
Employers can continue to access the University Vacancy Portal to post student and graduate opportunities free of charge. Additional support is in place for businesses who require help with drafting job advertisements, job descriptions and uploading opportunities. Our team can help you to develop digital marketing campaigns to engage students across all our social media channels and email, free of charge.
Staff are highly experienced in the development of innovative recruitment and selection strategies that enable early identification of talent and skills ensuring a streamlined talent pipeline from university to businesses.
If you have any queries or would like to explore options, please do not hesitate to get in contact with: