Find vacancies

Employers are always looking to recruit Management School students and graduates for a range of opportunities, including summer internships, placement years, projects and graduate positions, and volunteer roles.

Whether you choose to do a year placement or summer internship during your degree, we can help you develop your employability potential before you graduate, and help you in your job search after graduation too.

Hub Headlines

Hub Headlines is the Management School's employability eBulletin. You will receive a copy in your student email inbox every Wednesday – so look out for it! Hub Headlines contains weekly employability news, events at the Management School and University, and the most recent opportunities from employers looking to work with management students.

Now, graduates will also receive employability news for up to three years after graduation.

Management Gateway opportunities

Using the Management Gateway Find Vacancies section you can search a range of hand-picked opportunities, ideal for management students and graduates, from employers looking to work with business professionals in a variety of roles.

www.management.sheffield.ac.uk/find-vacancies

Career Connect

Career Connect from the Careers Service enables you to search for a wide range of jobs, and careers events across the University. If you are a student, you can find it within MUSE. If you are a graduate, you can register via Career Connect.

careerconnect.sheffield.ac.uk/home.html

Global talent portal

Working with the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development) Global network, we can offer students at Sheffield University Management School access to a global talent portal. Here you will find international opportunities for internships, trainee positions, apprenticeships and graduate positions from companies around the world. To activate your account, just login using your university student email.

https://sheffield.higheredtalent.org/Login

Safer jobs

When searching for jobs it is important to stay safe online. In this guide to ‘safer jobs’ you will find advice on avoiding job scams and fake jobs, tips for choosing recruitment agencies, and more guidance on finding safer jobs.

www.safer-jobs.com/

Other resources

As well as utilising resources via the Employability Hub, the Careers Service host a range of services to help you in your job search. Find more resources at:

www.shef.ac.uk/careers/students/jobs