Starting your hunt for a vacancy? Here’s where to start!

When looking for a job, students often struggle with finding reliable job positions that are current. The digital era has opened numerous online platforms that are designed to connect employees to employers, but one may not necessarily know where to start! Here are some places where you can start your search. 

  1. King’s Careers Connect
    King’s Careers Connect is our online careers portal enabling students, recent alumni, staff and employers to engage with career services. Once set-up, you can access our vacancy board, search for part-time work, placements, internships and graduate-level opportunities from employers targeting King’s students and recent alumni. 
  2. King’s Talent Bank
    King’s Talent Bank enables managers to hire students, alumni and temporary workers – for a few hours, days or weeks at a time. King’s Talent Bank supports KCL’s student employability promises, so if you are currently studying at KCL at any level, or have recently graduated we invite you to join our talent bank so you can be alerted of suitable temporary work opportunities across all our faculties and campuses. 
  3. KCLSU
    KCLSU updates its ‘Work for Us’ page regularly with positions available! 
  4. King’s Careers and Employability KEATS pages
    Looking for job boards specific to your desired sector? Under the sector guides on the King’s Careers and Employability KEATS pages, you can find specific job boards under ‘How to find employers, work experience and roles’.  
  5. LinkedIn
    Not only is LinkedIn essential for networking and a professional online presence, but you can also find job listings on LinkedIn.  
  6. Jooble
    Jooble is an international job search website whose mission is to help people find work. The company is constantly working to ensure that the employment process is as comfortable and fast as possible, for both the applicant and employer. Every day, Jooble aggregates vacancies with more than 140,000 resources from around the world. Sources include corporate websites, social networks, classifieds, and other resources. Thus, all job offers are available in one place. Today, Jooble is a global partner of LinkedIn and Google, whose technologies help overcome unemployment. 

If there is a specific company you’d like to work for, you can also take the initiative and send a speculative application!