Careers and Employability delivers a comprehensive range of engaging and specialised career services to current students and graduates.
For staff, the Careers and Employability works in collaboration with academics in the design, facilitation, and assessment of career development learning both in and adjunct to the curriculum including:
- Development of content, activities and resources tailored to a student cohort needs;
- Faculty specific events and employer engagement; and
- Information about the latest industry employment data and labour market projections; and support with professional experience programs (WIL).
ACU CareerHub, an online portal which provides students with opportunities for employment, community engagement, work experience, volunteer, and internships. CareerHub also enables students to make an appointment, access our online service and stay informed of opportunities for professional development.
Manager, Careers and Employability
Student Jobs on Campus (SJC) connects students who are looking for casual and short-term employment opportunities with ACU employers. The SJC program offers students an opportunity to gain meaningful work experience, develop graduate attributes, engage with the university community while at the same time as earning an income.