Drop-ins and appointments

The Employability Hub is open for drop-ins between 10am-5pm Monday and Wednesday, and between 9am-5pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. During opening times there will always be a member of the Employability team available to answer any queries. You can also book an appointment for one-to-one help from a Management School Careers Consultant.

At certain times, the Hub will be used for employability skills sessions and workshops, in which case it will be clearly signed, but you can still call or email during opening hours.

Opening times

For general information about the Employability Hub and how to make the most of our services during your time at the Management School, you can drop in during opening times to access further resources and speak to a member of the Management School's Employability team.

  • Monday: 10am-5pm
  • Tuesday: 9am-5pm
  • Wednesday: 10am-5pm
  • Thursday: 9am-5pm
  • Friday: 9am-5pm

You can also phone us on 0114 222 3255 or email mgt.employability@sheffield.ac.uk

What sort of things can I find out more about?

  • Career planning
  • Help with your CV, applications and interviews
  • Developing your professional networks
  • Social media and your career
  • Skills events
  • Looking for jobs
  • Doing a placement or internship

Book an appointment with a Careers Consultant

A Career Consultant work within the School, offering individual appointments for management students, and running skills workshops.

We can help you with:

  • Career planning and developing your employability profile
  • Identifying career options – how you can use your qualifications, skills, interests and abilities in work and further study
  • Finding graduate jobs, placements and internship opportunities
  • Writing persuasive CVs and applications
  • How to succeed at interviews and assessment centres
  • Developing your network and making use of social media in job hunting
  • Making the most of careers events and opportunities to meet employers face to face

Book an appointment with a Careers Consultant through your Career Connect account at:


CVs, applications and interviews

The University’s Career Service provides a range of resources to help you with the whole recruitment process. Click on the below links to find help with a range of topics including:

After your graduate

You have access to the Careers Services and support for up to three years after you graduate. This includes contact with Careers Consultants, help with searching and applying for jobs, and access to a range of services and resources. You may need to sign up to some before you lose your University account!

For a full list of available services visit: