Employability @ Kent 2018

Yesterday the School held its Employability @ Kent talk for new students, bringing together members of staff from the CES, Kent Union, and the Employability Points scheme to talk about the employability development opportunities available throughout your time at Kent. For those who couldn’t attend, and for anyone who would like a refresher on the employability opportunities available to you, the recording is below:

If you’re a new student who attended yesterday’s talk, don’t forget to log it on MyFolio to register for the EP scheme and claim 5 Employability Points for attending. To register, go to https://myfolio.kent.ac.uk/myfolio/artefact/employabilitypoints/

If you have any questions about the EP scheme, feel free to contact the team at: employabilitypoints@kent.ac.uk

Skills workshop – finding part-time work with the Jobshop

Kent Union is holding a workshop on how to find a part-time job with the use of services offered by the Jobshop, and how to make yourself more competitive when looking for a job with tips on CVs and covering letters. They will also be talking about the Employability Points scheme and the benefits it offers.

The workshop will be held at 1pm on Wednesday 24th January in Grimond Seminar Room 5. For more details see the event on Facebook.

If you can’t make it this week, the workshop will be held again later this term.

Paid Position – Kent Union Representation Coordinator


[Open to alumni only]

Kent Union is currently recruiting to the role of Representation Coordinator (Academic Communities). This role will work closely with the University’s Academic Societies to support them and enhance their work, as well as looking to work with schools to continue to develop and create new academic communities so that all students can find an opportunity to feel a part of a community of learning at Kent.

The recruitment pack can be found on the Kent Union website at https://www.kentunion.co.uk/news/article/11479/Representation-Coordinator-Academic-Communities/.