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University of Bath

Careers advice for staff

Find out about the support and resources available from the Careers Service for University staff.

Research staff

A specialist service is provided for research staff by Anne Cameron, Researcher Career Development Adviser. Please call 01225 386772 or email A.L.Cameron@bath.ac.uk for more information.

Other staff

Support and resources

There is a wide variety of staff training and development opportunities which can be found in the Staff Learning and Development Pages.

Many of our information resources will be helpful to any staff who want to research career options or get help with their next steps. All staff can register on MyFuture to view this.

Go to MyFuture

Registering to access MyFuture

In MyFuture we provide job vacancies, events, appointments and news. It is primarily for our student, graduate and research staff clients but any member of staff is welcome to access it, either for your own interest or to understand more about this important tool for students, graduates and researchers.

You can register by following these steps:

  • Go to the login page and select 'Login as a Current Student or Staff'
  • Complete the University Single Sign-on
  • Complete the registration page
  • You will receive a confirmation email to say you can now log in.

Staff members who are also graduates

You should select 'Login as a Graduate'. You will have a graduate account in MyFuture that will most likely be linked to the personal email address you provided to Student Records during your time at university. If you have any difficulty logging, please contact the Careers Service.

Appointments with Careers Advisers

Apart from research staff we can only provide careers guidance for the following categories of staff:

  • Staff who graduated from Bath
  • Staff who graduated from elsewhere within the last three years.

Please call in or ring us on 01225 386009 to discuss, and to check if you need to register for a MyFuture account. At times of high demand from students, particularly in October and November, you may have to wait more than a week for an appointment.