Find out more about NTU's Employability team. Get advice and information on work experience, jobs, events, applications and interviews.

Employability Hubs on campus

You can visit the NTU Employability team on campus at their Hubs. They are located on Brackenhurst, City and Clifton Campus. You’ll be able to get advice from their friendly Employability Student Mentors, who will be able to refer you on for more in-depth advice.

Visit MyEmployability for more information and to see their opening hours.

Advice and applications

  • Live chat and online drop-in: speak to an advisor and gain tailored support and advice based on your circumstance.
  • CV and cover letter support to help build, improve and check your applications.
  • Interview support to help prepare you and boost your skills.
  • Find your school-specific NOW Learning room by heading to the Get in Touch tab on the MyEmployability homepage.
  • Listen to Working On It for the advice and tools you need to navigate your career path. This podcast from Employability speaks to recent graduates, current students and inspiring guests. They share their experiences of finding their way through the world of work.


Boost your skills to help you stand out and prepare for your next steps. Gain expert advice and practical support from events including:

  • Workshops
  • Employer sessions
  • Career Fairs

Visit the events search on MyEmployability to book your place at these events.

Grit: Coaching, Connections and Personal Development workshops

These free workshops are for all students who are looking to unlock their potential and develop a mindset for success. They are a great way to meet like-minded people, develop confidence and become better at spotting and seizing new opportunities.

Find out more about the one-day and three-day workshops available.

Goal Setting Workshops

Reflect. Reset. Reach.

Goal Setting Workshops provide the opportunity for first-year undergraduate students to take part in a participatory session to reflect on Term One, reset priorities for Term Two and establish connections with students who are studying the same or a similar course.

Find out more about the benefits of these workshops.

Work experience, jobs and placements

Use NTU Employability's exclusive jobs platform to find jobs with employers looking to recruit NTU students.

  • MyEmployability Job Search — work experience, graduate jobs, volunteering and more.
  • InPlace — search for placements and add or manage your placements once secured.
  • JobShop — search for part time jobs in the local area and roles at NTU with Unitemps.
  • Application support — search for advice on MyEmployability or join the live chat. Look for the pink speech bubble.

Employability awards

Make your experience at NTU count and boost your employability with the Developing with NTU Award. This flexible award encompasses all that you do as an NTU student in, and outside of, university. Achieve certificates by setting yourself goals, completing activities and reflecting on your personal development.

Or why not hone your skills further with one of our specialised employability awards:

  • Sustainability Award
  • Digital Award
  • Global Award
  • Enterprise Award.

NTU Enterprise

NTU Enterprise offers mentoring, support, training and networking opportunities. They're available to anyone considering or launching a business or social enterprise.

Employability Services at NTU

NTU Employability Services is the University’s central careers service, contributing to our current University strategy, University, reimagined.

NTU Employability Services offer an impartial careers service. We operate in accordance with Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) Code of Ethics.

Impartiality is a core principle of our service, as AGCAS members our priority is to enable all students to make well informed careers decisions based upon personal goals and aspirations.

Employer engagement is an important part of our service offer underpinned by Employability’s Employer Engagement Policy.

We are proud to hold The Matrix Standard, the Department for Education’s (DfE) standard for ensuring the quality of the delivery of high-quality information, advice, and guidance.

Employability Services structure

Employability Services is NTU’s independent careers service operating across Academic, Employer Engagement and Student Development Teams.

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Director of Employability Services

Debra Easter



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Associate Director - Academic

Dr Doug Cole


School Employability Manager - Animal, Rural & Environmental Science

Cassie White


School Employability Manager - Architecture, Design & Built Environment

Chris Jones


School Employability Manager - Art & Design

Adam Shaw


School Employability Manager - Arts & Humanities  

Georgia Stone


School Employability Manager - Nottingham Business School  UG

Sunny Jones


School Employability Manager - Nottingham Business School  PG

Dr Peter Sewell


School Employability Manager - Nottingham Law School  

Luke Lynch


School Employability Manager - Social Sciences  

Angela Vesey


School Employability Manager - Social Sciences

Helen Reed


School Employability Manager - Science & Technology

David Butler


Work-Like Experience Projects Coordinator  

Graham Whyborn


Employer Engagement

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Associate Director - Employer Engagement & Placements

Rachel Hayes


Industry Insights Manager

Lou Rontree


Placement & Recruitment Manager

Sara Jones


Placement & Recruitment Manager

Katherine Walker


Placement & Recruitment Manager

Kayleigh Farrell


Strategic Employer Engagement Manager

Hanna Luetkemeier


Sustainability & Employer Engagement Coordinator

Vicky Harvey


Student Development

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Associate Director - Student Development

Carla Campbell


Communication, Content & Events Team Manager

Jacqualine Wallace


Employability Experience Manager

Phillipa Martorano


Employability Services Manager

Pauline Milligan


Employability Services Partnership Manager

Becci Brown


Graduate Transition Manager

Suzanne Kulk


Internal Opportunities Manager - Jobshop & Unitemps*

Kate William-Stanley


Social Mobility Projects Manager

Laura Pacey


Sustainability Steering Group Chair

Chris Harwood


* Unitemps is a combined careers service owned by subsidiary of NTU, strategic direction led by Employability Services.

Employability and sustainability

Employability Services are part of NTU’s sustainable community, as a team we are actively working towards embedding sustainability across our service offer and ways of working.

Employability Services ways of working

As a Service, we aim:

  • To create opportunities for students to expand their knowledge of sustainability; to have a positive impact on their future careers
  • To work collaboratively with employers, ensuring they are aware of sustainability best practice and understand the demand for this from early careers
  • To work internally to increase the knowledge of the Employability team regarding sustainability issues and how they can support our students
  • To promote the links between employability and sustainability and increase the academic basis for this.

Student Sustainability Award

Our Sustainability Award was highlighted as a sector-leading initiative by Green Gown Awards, NTU Sustainability Award enhances graduate employability by embracing sustainability. Developed in partnership with NTU’s Green Academy and inspired by NTU’s strategic ambition ‘Embracing Sustainability’ the aim is to have a positive impact on students’ future careers by developing their sustainability literacy.

Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR)

The Higher Education Achievement Report records your academic and extra-curricular achievements during your time at NTU.

Upon graduation, all full-time undergraduate students are issued with a HEAR.

Your HEAR will give you:

  • Easy access to your academic achievement summary.
  • A transcript of results from your studies.
  • A full summary of your eligible extracurricular activity.
  • An official record of your accomplishments verified by the University.

Make sure you have a comprehensive HEAR record. Speak to the Employability team to get involved

For more information or for any questions, visit the HEAR website or email HEAR@ntu.ac.uk to get in touch.

  • Last updated: 17/08/2023