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Advertising Positions

CareerHub provides you with the opportunity to advertise a range of positions to current students and graduates of the University of Newcastle. The opportunities can include:

Graduate recruitment programs and graduate positions

Vacation work

Traineeships

Cadetships

Internships

Casual and part-time positions.

Please read the Terms and Conditions before advertising a position.

Employers should be aware of the provisions introduced by the Fair Work Act 2009 when advertising workplace experiences. Please view our Workplace Experience and the Fair Work Act information sheet.

To advertise your positions you will need to register/login to CareerHub and click add a new job. For assistance in designing your ad, see our Job Ad Guide. Cost: FREE!.

*Careers and Student Development will attempt to maintain a 24 hour turn-around period for all advertisements. In periods of low staff numbers this service may be delayed.

Fee for Recruitment Agencies

From the 1 November 2016 a fee will be charged for recruitment agencies advertising vacancies. Advertisements will not be approved until payment is made.

The recruitment agency fee is $100 per advertisement to be advertised for a maximum period of two months.

Targeted Email

Emails containing recruitment information may be sent to target student groups. This information must be related to specific employment opportunities and employers must be registered on CareerHub.

Requesting a Targeted Email Service

Online Form

You may wish to review the Online Program Handbook for a listing of the programs offered at the University of Newcastle to determine your target group/s.

Please submit the online form found here if you would like to request a targeted email to be sent to students. Please read the Job Ad Guide and the Terms and Conditions before requesting this service.

Please email us if you would like student statistics prior submitting this request.

Email distribution occurs within 3 days of receipt of your online form.