Employers must read and agree to this Code of Practice before advertising vacancies with Careers and Business Relations, Regent’s University London.
We will assist employers in recruiting suitable Regent’s University London student and alumni employees. You can post your opportunity out to our students for free through our Vacancies Board, alongside that we can provide a personalised matching service using our student facing Careers & Placements Advisors and Career Coaches to match any students or recent graduates who particularly suit the role. Regent’s students and alumni possess, amongst other attributes, high levels of motivation, wide-ranging international work experience and languages.
Once received and accepted, opportunities submitted online will be actioned within 1 working day.
The employer must make clear the nature of the opportunity offered and specify any necessary skills required, the remuneration and any other terms. The employer should also state the number of working hours and if applicable, the expected length of the engagement.
As the employer, it is your responsibility to let candidates know the result of their applications as soon as possible or, state that only successful candidates will be contacted. Please also inform Careers & Business Relations when the post has been filled.
Careers & Business Relations, Regent’s University London, reserves the right not to advertise vacancies it considers unsuitable or exploitative, and to refuse to advertise further vacancies from any company which breaches this code.
The employer should be aware of students’ study and visa obligations.
It is the duty of the employer to meet all the statutory legal requirements with regards to students employed via Careers & Business Relations. In particular, the employer is reminded of the following requirements:
It is the responsibility of the employer to assess the suitability of any candidates and to take up references as required.
If you have any questions or suggestions for the Careers & Business Relations team, please contactm email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 7487 7618.
Last updated: 09 July 2013