The links below are relevant to Sociology and will list careers information, employers in your field and job/work experience opportunities.
You may want to look at other areas closely aligned to your subject area. Also bear in mind that there are a range of careers open to you which may not directly relate to the subject you have studied. Take a look at Things you can do with your degree to discover more careers options.
To access a comprehensive listing of occupations visit Prospects Explore Types of Jobs
Prospects – Graduate Careers Website.
- Job Profiles – Search A-Z of job profiles or view job categories which includes charity and voluntary work, social care & guidance work, health care, education, human resources & employment and management and statistics.
- Industry Insights – View profiles on Charity & Development, Education, Health and Social Care, Government & Public Admin and Social Care to explore job profiles, entry and progression, typical employers and future trends in your field of interest.
- Options with your subject – Look at options with a degree in Sociology.
- Job Vacancies – For job vacancies across a range of areas.
Working in a Charity – Includes iformation about working in paid work in a charity and a skills matching tool.
Chartered Institute of Housing – Includes comprehensive guide to careers in housing.
ETS Wales – Includes information about training and qualifications in Youth Work in Wales.
HM Prison & Probation Service – Created in April 2017, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) is a new agency in the Ministry of Justice, covering 121 prisons and employing over 42,000 staff.
National Youth Agency – Includes information on qualifications and training in youth work UK wide.
Ministry of Justice – Includes information about careers and links to the Prison and Probation Services and the Youth Justice Board.
Target Jobs Public Service & Government – Everything you need to know about graduate jobs in public service and government.
Care Council for Wales – To find out about the social work profession and qualifications and training in Wales view Qualifications & Careers.
Skills for Care – Information about working within the Social Care system in England including qualifying.
Search Sociology jobs on Unilife Connect – Access graduate job vacancies, work experience, part-time jobs, careers events and set up job alerts from your chosen sector.
Civil Service Fast Stream – Home page of the Civil Service graduate scheme
Civil Service Jobs – Civil Service vacancies at all levels
The National Graduate Management Training Scheme – A programme for graduates interested in a management career in adult social care.
National Assembly for Wales – Search for current jobs or apply for their work experience opportunities.
Welsh Government – Search for current jobs or work placement opportunities.
National Graduate Development Programme – Local government graduate management development programme. Also contact County Councils direct to enquire about graduate opportunities and entry level jobs with councils throughout the UK.
Recruit 3 – View jobs and internships in the charity sector in Wales.
Charity Job – View jobs and paid internships within the charity sector UK wide.
Community Care – Jobs in the social care sector.
Goodmoves – Jobs in the charity and voluntary sector.
Jobs.ac.uk – Research, academic and administrative vacancies in universities, research institutions, commercial and public sector, schools and charities.
Jobs in Advice – Jobs in the advice sector.
National Centre for Social Research – Offers range of opportunities including graduate research positions.
Parliament UK – Search for jobs in House of Commons, House of Lords and links to employment with individual MPs.
Public Affairs – Vacancies in public affairs and lobbying in the UK, US and EU.
Policy Jobs UK – UK and international research and policy making jobs.
Jobs in the Justice System – Includes vacancies in the National Offender Management Service, HM Prison Service, HM Courts and Probationary Service.
Great Education – Jobs in education, training and teaching including classroom assistant roles.
FE Jobs – A dedicated job board for vacancies in Further Education.
NHS Wales Graduate Management Trainee Programme – Open to any degree subject.
NHS England graduate management trainee programme – Open to any degree subject.
NHS Jobs – Look for administrator, co-ordinator or trainee positions across all NHS divisions.
Jobs Go Public -Job opportunities in the public and not for profit sectors.
Opportunities – Jobs in Local Authorities, Local Government, Charities and Public Sector UK and worldwide.
The National Autistic Society – This link offers jobs and voluntary experience. They attended the Part Time Jobs Fair and have branches UK wide.
Working for an MP – For jobs and internships with politicians, political parties and lobbying and campaigning organisations.
Volunteering Wales – Search for volunteering opportunities in Wales by type of opportunity and location.
Do It – Volunteering opportunities UK wide and abroad.
Wales Council for Voluntary Action – Search for voluntary opportunities within the charity sector in Wales.
Search Sociology employers on Unilife Connect – Access graduate job vacancies, work experience, part-time jobs, careers events and set up job alerts from your chosen sector.
Directgov Local Councils Directory – Search for jobs with county councils throughout the UK. Browse the A to Z lists, or search by county, region or country.
Association for Qualitative Research – Includes an online directory of organisations undertaking and employing researchers in addition to a ‘Free Graduate Information Pack’.
Stand out and be counted – A guide to maximising your prospects for students studying social sciences and humanities subjects.
AGCAS Industry Insight – Social care – Includes information on roles, entry and progression, typical employers and trends.
AGCAS Industry Insight – Charity and development work – Includes information on roles, entry and progression, typical employers and trends.
Social Science- 'What do graduates do?’ presents information on the employment of recent graduates.
The content of these sites is subject to change and not subject to the editorial control of the Careers Service and Unilife. If you come across a link which takes you to a poor quality or dysfunctional site, please contact the Careers Service and let us know, so the link can be removed.
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