Information for Staff
This section of the Careers Service website is for University staff who work with students to develop the skills and knowledge they need to progress on to rewarding and fulfilling careers. It also provides information that can assist staff in signposting students to the Careers Service for appropriate help.
Working with University staff
As part of the Student Services Department, the Careers Service provides a wide range of support for students. Our ‘Students and Graduates’ pages provide more detail about what we do, but increasingly much of what we offer is through working together with academic departments.
For each academic department, the Careers Service provides a link Careers Adviser, who is responsible for liaising with a nominated departmental Careers Liaison Officer (CLOs). A list of Careers Advisers and CLOs is available to download from the right hand menu.
In addition to our work with students, the Careers Service can provide help with a range of other topics.
Our Services and Support
Find out about our services and support to staff.
Find out about our services and support to students.
We are in contact with many local, national and international employers and can help you develop links with relevant organisations.
The Careers Service collects data on what graduates are doing approximately 6 months after graduation and makes it available online for staff use (for internal use only).
Our location, opening times, services and support.
Student employability is developed through both academic and extra-curricular activities, plus effective career management. The Careers Service provides expertise to departments by helping design and deliver opportunities for students to enhance their employability skills.
Supporting academic departments to encourage students to gain skills and attributes of the Sheffield graduate.
We actively promote the benefits of student jobs and work experience, and have dedicated information and support for staff wishing to support students in finding work experience.
Aimed at academic departments and professional services who are interested in hosting a current University of Sheffield student to work on a project based, 100 hour placement.