Advertising Your Vacancies
Careers & Employability offers employers the possibility to advertise their vacancies to our students as well as conduct your recruitment processes in campus.
The quickest way to reach our students is to register as an employer with us. You can register online and manage your vacancies directly free of charge. This means you can add, change or delete your vacancies whenever your recruitment needs require to do this. This online service will send automatic emails to QMU students and recent graduates who have registered their interest in your particular area of work. QMU online system allows you to advertise part time work, summer placements, internships, graduate jobs, vacation work and voluntary opportunities.
Please read our advertising code of practice and note that we can only advertise vacancies that meet our standard advertising criteria. We may not advertise those vacancies that do not meet the national minimum wage criteria or follow AGCAS or NASES codes of practice.
To advertise your vacancies please click here. If you need a step by step guide on how to register please click here.
If you are unable to use our online service, please contact us . We can display vacancies on your behalf free of charge on our campus notice board. If you prefer that we manually upload your vacancy on our online system, there may be a small admin fee.
Scottish Shared Vacancies Service (SVS)
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh can advertise a wide range of vacancies and this service is free of charge.
As well as advertising your opportunities to students and graduates of Queen Margaret University, we also recommend that you advertise with other universities in Scotland.
HMRC Employment Status Indicator
With a rising number of student jobs now being advertised as self-employed it can be difficult to know whether or not an employer is avoiding responsibility for tax and national insurance or whether the job is legitimately for a self-employed person. The HMRC has an online tool that you can use to identify the employment status of an individual, or group of workers for tax purposes.
To find out more visit HMRC Employment Status Indicator
Employer Mentoring Programme
The Queen Margaret University Employer Mentoring Programme is looking to hear from professional individuals that would be interested in mentoring one of our students. If you would like to become a mentor please click here.
QMU Careers & Employability are piloting an internship scheme available to organisations that are willing to take one of our students or recent graduates. Some funding is available.
Please visit our internships page for more information, or contact Juan Garcia for more information.
Recruitment, Volunteering & Information Fairs
We organise several events
the year where you can meet our students and recent graduates in campus. For further information please click here or contact Juan Garcia, on 0131 474 0000.
Our Autumn fair is normally held in the second week of the first semester (mid September). The 2014 event is now fully booked.
Our purpose build Employability Centre is an ideal location to meet our students in campus. Subject to availability, we can also book a room in campus for you if you wish to do a presentation or set up a stall to reach our students or raise the profile of your company.
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