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Jobseekers Code of Practice
The Careers Group, University of London will make information about appropriate job vacancies available to all jobseekers. Information will be displayed in on www.careers.lon.ac.uk. Vacancies can also be found in all University of London Careers Services and on their websites:
- University College London (UCL)
- King's College London
- Queen Mary, University of London
- St Mary's University
- Royal Holloway, University of London
- School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS)
- Goldsmiths, University of London
- London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
The Careers Group also reserves the right not to advertise vacancies for employment to the nature of which it deems might be liable to bring the University into disrepute
On occasions we may contact suitable candidates about particular vacancies via email. You must sign up for this service.
The Careers Group, University of London will not disclose the names, addresses or telephone numbers of job seekers without their permission and shall conform to the requirements of the Data Protection Act and any subsequent related Acts.
The Careers Group, University of London will provide job seekers with employment information which is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. All information is given in good faith and based on information provided by the employer to The Careers Group, University of London. Jobseekers must confirm for themselves that this information is accurate, as we cannot be held responsible.
If a jobseeker is dissatisfied with the employer and believes them to be in breach of employment law, The Careers Group, University of London will seek to give appropriate guidance. In such circumstances, it is solely the responsibility of the jobseeker to bring any legal action against an employer.
It is the responsibility of the jobseeker to ensure that they have the relevant skills and qualifications required for a particular post before applying for it.
Jobseekers requiring information/guidance on a range of issues not directly related to a particular vacancy, eg writing a CV, information about financial support, will be directed to a more appropriate source, within The Careers Group, University of London.
The Careers Group, University of London does not issue work permits and is not able to advise on the likelihood of you obtaining one.
If you are a citizen from the European Economic Area (EEA) or the spouse or child of an EEA citizen living in the UK you may work here without a work permit.
International students, who are registered at a UK institution and have student status, need not apply for permission. You may work up to a maximum of 40 hrs per week during your vacation. Term time employment up to a maximum of 20 hrs per week. Further information can be obtained from The Careers Group, University of London website: https://www.thecareersgroup.co.uk/career-advice-and-news/working-in-the-uk/.
Jobseekers are expected to be aware of their own study commitments and not to take employment that will adversely affect their academic work; our guide for employers suggests full time students work no more than 20 hours per week, except during vacations.
If you have any complaints or comments about The Careers Group, University of London student employment service in the first instance please email email@example.com.