UCL Talent Bank will be moving over to a different system in the near future. Whilst we are preparing for this to happen, please note:
UCL Talent Bank is a targeted shortlisting service to help you source good quality UCL candidates efficiently. We invite appropriate UCL candidates to apply for the vacancy by sending emails direct to students, PhD researchers and graduates, and promoting your role via academic departments and UCL's jobs board, UCL Job Online. We then send you suitable shortlisted UCL candidate applications.
Additionally we are currently very interested in these types of opportunities for all our students/ graduates:
For enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3549 5925.
We give you our student criteria form and Terms of Business to fill in.
Once you have completed and returned these to us, and we agree that your vacancy is suitable for our service, we ask for 10 working days from when we promote your vacancy to get the shortlist to you.
We shortlist according to the information you have given us on the criteria form.
UCL Talent Bank is currently free and it is primarily designed for SMEs and not for ongoing recruitment for larger organisations, although we can support larger organisations if you have one off opportunities you require help in finding candidates for.
As this is a free service we do ask that you honour our agreement to receive our shortlist before making any decisions. After we have sent you details of shortlisted students we would really appreciate your feedback on the service.
If you would like to use this service please email email@example.com
All employers that use the UCL Talent Bank service will be asked to sign the UCL Talent Bank Terms of Business and ensure the vacancy complies with The Careers Group's standard advertising guidelines and advertising guidance on UCL Careers website. Employers are reminded that it is their duty to meet all statutory legal requirements including UK Employment legislation such as Right to Work legislation and the Equality Act (2010), so that the adverts and selection criteria are not unlawfully discriminatory.