Help with Video (Hirevue) Nike Interviews

Dear all,

If you have been offered a video interview (Hirevue ) with Nike, Molly Grange from Nike offered some tremendous help as part of Employability Week.

You can view that here:

Molly talks about Hirevue for about ten minutes from 13 minutes in.

I cannot recommend this enough.


Next Tuesday’s employability session

Dear all,

Next Tuesday’s employability session will be ‘Interview Questions – How to answer them and how to ask them!’

The session is next Tuesday (23rd March) at 11am. I will be leading the session.

To join the meeting, please go to ‘Teams’ and enter the code y8l2mup to ‘Join or Create Team’.

I hope to see you there!

Help with your Nike Applications

Dear all,

I know that many of you are currently applying for the jobs with Nike and Converse in the Netherlands. You can find those roles on JobTeaser.

A great source of help with those applications is to watch Molly Grange’s presentation which we featured as part of Employability Week.

Molly is an alumna of the Business School and works now at Nike on recruitment of Interns. She is a great presenter.

You can watch her presentation here:

If you need additional help, please book an appointment with us via JobTeaser.

Best of luck!

Great new placement roles.

Dear all,

This week has been a great week for new placement roles available.

HolidayTaxis is a worldwide transport service, offering airport to city and resort transfers in over 21,000 destinations in over 150 countries around the world.

It is based in Brighton and is looking for Taxi Operators.

Another Brighton-based organization, The Pensions Regulator, has 5 roles available.

I hope that you have seen emails notifying you that Nike’s roles in The Netherlands are now available.

In addition, Converse, its sister company has also advertised its internship roles in the Netherlands. It has the following roles:

All of the above roles are on JobTeaser:

New Local Placements!

I have just placed 3 roles onto JobTeaser with The Pensions Regulator, based in Brighton.

The Pensions Regulator is a non-departmental public body which regulates work-based pension schemes in the United Kingdom.

It has taken many placement students from us before.

The roles are:

Management Information Analyst Intern

Case Office Intern

Policy Intern

The Job Description for the last job states that it would suit someone studying government, politics or similar at HE level. You may need to make a case for being selected.

These are local roles with a significant employer.

If you need help, please book an appointment through JobTeaser.

Best of luck!

My Current Favourite Placement Vacancies

Dear all,

There are lots of placement jobs still available on JobTeaser.

Below are my current favourites.


They have vacancies for:

A Customer Service Executive –

Business Operations Assistant –

Finance Administration Assistant –

Latham & Watkins, a leading global law firm

Business Services Trainee –


Recruitment –

Disney Parks

Consumer Product (Games) Internship Placement –

If you need help with an application, please email me at or

Placement Presentation from ILG

Dear all,

ILG (a rapidly growing logistics provider) is running an MS Teams session for Business School students to tell you about its placement opportunities. The roles are local, based in Burgess Hill and East Grinstead.

They will also take questions from you.

They have vacancies for:

A Customer Service Executive –

A Business Operations Assistant –

A Finance Administration Assistant –

Pease email  to book onto the session.

The session will be organised by ILG and will be held on MS Teams THIS Friday – 19 February – at 11.00am

Employability Week Programme

Virtual Employability Week

Monday 1 February – Friday 5 February

Please find here the programme for our Employability week: Employability Week Programme

The join code for Microsoft Teams area is jjl3kuo

To book just email a list of the sessions you are going to attend to

We know that you have lots of questions about how you can best prepare yourselves for the changing job market. So, we’re running a week of events to help answer your questions and to hear from industry, alumni and students who have experienced Industrial Placements.

From the 1 February, we’ll be running a virtual employability week over MS Teams. It is open to all our students. As you can, the week will be full of career-focused events run by the Employability and Placement Team, including:

  • Presentations on local placements by local employers
  • Presentations by industry experts
  • How to excel at interview and virtual assessment centres
  • How to sell yourself in a virtual world
  • Working in a COVID Placement
  • Continuing Learning and Development
  • The post University Journey

We look forward to seeing you online!

Virginia, Leigh and Hazel

Employability and Placement Team