With a talent pool brimming with thousands of students and graduates, we offer a spectrum of staffing solutions
Engaging a Griffith University student or graduate can help you fill gaps in personnel and projects, and bring a fresh perspective and an enthusiasm for learning to your organisation. Whether you’re looking to fill a paid position or wish to participate in our internship or mentoring programs, we can help. If you’d like to find out more, please contact us to explore the options.
Employ a graduate or student
Our outstanding graduates and students are more equipped for the new world of work having access to a number of real-life industry experiences in their degree and a range of employability initiatives to kick start their career.
Get in touch with our experienced recruitment consultants to see how we can assist you.
Industry Mentoring Program
For over twenty years the award-winning Industry Mentoring Program has connected Griffith students with industry professionals based in Southeast Queensland and beyond! We support hundreds of mentoring relationships throughout the year.
eCareerCoach is a new online program that connects current business students with alumni and industry professionals. eCareerCoach is designed to facilitate quick interactions which allow for students to access valuable advice and tips without the requirement of a long term commitment.
Our network of more than 175,000 graduates extends around the world and covers a wide range of careers and industries. You can tap into this vast network, and connect with our students and alumni via LinkedIn.
As part of Griffith’s partnership with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, a total of 250 students have interned with the event’s organising body GOLDOC during the build-up and staging of the Games.
A global outlook and valuable life experience has helped Griffith graduates secure roles in the Brisbane and Gold Coast offices of KPMG —an international network of financial firms that operates in 155 countries.
Queensland Health and Griffith University have enjoyed a long standing partnership since Griffith first offered health degrees in the 1990s. The partnership allows for clinical placements of health students as well as an array of joint research projects.
Find out more about Queensland Health
Contact our Research Development Team for advice on collaborating with Griffith University