Welcome to ECU CareerHub
Edith Cowan University is the second-largest university in Western Australia, offering over 300 courses across a diverse range of disciplines, and from undergraduate to doctoral levels of study. ECU works closely with schools and employers to optimise employment outcomes for graduates and to ensure those graduates are job-ready.
ECU is therefore keen to connect employers with our students and graduates and can assist with finding:
- undergraduate or postgraduate students to fill ongoing positions
- candidates for graduate programs or internships
- students for short-term casual or 'vacation' employment
Services to employers
We offer the following services to employers and organisations who are seeking to connect with ECU students and graduates.
Advertising job opportunities through CareerHub
By registering on ECU's CareerHub you can directly advertise your job vacancies, internships, work experience, volunteer opportunities, vacation work, and graduate programs to our students and graduates.
Targeted on-campus presentations, seminars, and information sessions
This is an effective strategy that enables employers and organisations to engage with students and staff members, promote employment opportunities, and advertise graduate programs to current students and recent graduates.
Career fairs and graduate panels where ECU graduates share their industry experience
Employers from industries as diverse as education, business, engineering, corrective services, mining and resources, defence, nursing, and many more have worked with ECU to develop successful events to connect with our students.
Contact us to find out about upcoming events and how you can become involved. This is an excellent opportunity for you to meet students face-to-face, share your industry knowledge and experience, and market your organisation as a key employer.
Our Careers and Employability team will discuss your individual needs and requirements and can help organise, coordinate and promote sessions to relevant students and graduates.