Careers Service

List your vacancies and events

We can help you promote your organisation, opportunities and events to our students and recent graduates by listing them on our online portal, MyCareerHub. We recommend this as a first step, and it’s free of charge.

Create your Employer Profile

Before you list a vacancy or event, you’ll need a profile for your organisation. Creating a profile for your organisation on our vacancy and events portal, MyCareerHub means students and recent graduates can find out about you and any vacancies and events you add. Creating a profile and listing vacancies and events is free of charge.

Ensure your profile is eye-catching to students by adding your logo .Simply email your logo to employers@ed.ac.uk and ask us to add it - there’s no charge.

Register on MyCareerHub to create your profile or log-in to update it

 

Advertise your job

If you want to advertise an opportunity completely free of charge, MyCareerHub is the place to do this for: 

  • Graduate Jobs
  • Internships and placements
  • Part-time and casual work (we advise undergraduate students to work up to 15 hours a week during semester, PGT students to work up to 15 hours per week during semester and full-time PhD students cannot work more than an average of 9 hours per week)
  • Vacation jobs
  • Voluntary opportunities (overseas only)

Please see below for some Careers Service top tips.

Advertise your job on MyCareerHub. 

 

Advertise your event

We know many recruiters are holding online events for students from multiple universities – list it to let our students know about it . If you are planning an online event specifically for our students we can provide you with advice on how to do this and discuss suitable dates.

Advertise your event on MyCareerHub by filling in our Event Publicity form.

If you are considering an event specifically for our students, please contact employers@ed.ac.uk

 

What next?

Find out what else we offer to help you Raise awareness of your organisation, your vacancies and events.

 

 

In line with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which came into law on 25th May 2018 the University of Edinburgh Careers Service Privacy Policy describes how we use your data and communicate with you.

View our privacy statement for employers