Uni4Talent sits within Commercial Services in Enterprise & Innovation and is the University's on-site recruitment agency.
Via Uni4Talent, the University's students, graduates and alumni can access further employment opportunities with companies in a range of industries and sectors. As well as Graduate opportunities, fixed term roles and Internship contracts, Uni4Talent provides students with another route to gain relevant, paid experience whilst studying at the University of Sunderland.
Uni4Talent works with a range of companies across the North East and beyond to scope roles for the University's students and graduates, including bespoke projects, temporary assignments, Graduate Internships and Graduate Development Programmes.
Students are encouraged to register with Uni4Talent when they start studying at Sunderland. They can do via Uni4Talent's website (www.uni4talent.co.uk), by email (firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com) or by following the link on the University's TARGET CONNECT system.
All positions are advertised on the Uni4Talent website and all relevant positions are listed on the University's TARGET CONNECT system.
The Uni4Talent Team also manages the University's Internal Graduate Internship Programme, where our graduates can launch their career by undertaking a paid Graduate Internship at the University. All positions are paid a minimum of £18,000 per annum pro rata and are usually fixed term for 6 or 12 months. The Graduate Intern gains vital experience of a graduate level interview process and can have a real impact upon the department, school or faculty that they are working in. Students and graduates who are interested in undertaking a Graduate Internship at the University can apply for the vacancies on the Uni4Talent website as they are posted throughout the year. They are also posted on the TARGET CONNECT system and are often published on social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.
Many of the University's students, graduates and alumni have benefited from Uni4Talent, either by gaining experience with a local employer or by accessing a Graduate Career in the North East.
A recent case study can be found here: