Promote your job opportunities by posting on AUT’s CareerHub where you gain instant access to AUT students and graduates.

AUT CareerHub is our online student portal where you can post vacancies for graduate roles, internships, workplace experience (co-operative education), casual work and volunteering.

AUT CareerHub is free

It is free to register with AUT CareerHub as a company and/or list jobs, internships, workplace experience or volunteering.

Graduate roles

If you have a vacancy for an AUT student or graduate, you can advertise it directly through AUT CareerHub. Our job-seeking graduates continue to have access to CareerHub once they have graduated. 

Job vacancies relating specifically to AUT programmes can also be promoted through AUT Employability & Career’s social media channels, including Facebook and Instagram.


AUT talenthub

AUT also has an on-campus recruitment service, AUT talenthub. Our consultants work closely with employers to understand job requirements, helping put together the job advertisements and matching you with a short list of candidates who have been selected to best fit the requirements of your role.

If you want to know more about this service, please contact auttalenthub@aut.ac.nz or AUT talenthub relationship manager Azure Manunui 
E: 
azure.manunui@aut.ac.nz
M: 021 928 632.

Workplace learning or Co-operative education

A number of AUT programmes require students to engage in workplace learning as part of their studies. Our Employability Relationship managers are happy to refer you onto the appropriate faculty if you are interested in learning more about these opportunities.

Volunteering

Participation in volunteering is an important part of the AUT Edge Award, a co-curricular award run by Employability and open to all AUT students. Students doing the award must complete 50 hours of volunteering for a not-for-profit or community organisation. Any opportunities you have for students that fit the criteria can be advertised on AUT CareerHub

For further information

To discuss organising a presentation or event, please email our Employability Relationship Managers, Rachael Marsters or Rachel Shareef 

For any general queries about our employability and careers services, please contact elab@aut.ac.nz