Creative Job Links

These specialist jobs sites advertise most kinds of  job in the creative sector.

The following are recommended for students and graduates of AUB. Remember that many jobs are not advertised and word of mouth, good networking skills and building a reputation are important.

General Sites with jobs across the sector

Jobs by specialism

Acting and Dance

Animation and VFX

Architecture, Interior Architecture and Design

Fine Art and Illustration

Costume and Performance Design and Make-Up for Media and Performance

Design, Advertising, Digital and Media

Event Management

Fashion and Textiles

Film, TV and Broadcasting

Journalism, Writing and Publishing



Graduate Job Links

The companies and organisations shown recruit graduates with creative degrees on a regular basis. Any applications need to be of high standard as many people tend to apply for each vacancy.

Work Experience and Internship links

Recruitment Agencies

There are many recruitment agencies specialising in creative industries, including media, fashion and digital.

A number of agencies specialise in graduate level opportunities, while others handle only senior roles, so only approach agencies which are relevant for your needs.

Their job is to match employers with suitable candidates. They can help match your skills to vacancies they source from employer clients.

You shouldn’t need to pay an agency to find you a job as the employer will pay them a fee for finding and selecting the right staff.

Review agency websites to consider what type of opportunities they offer and whether they might be helpful to you.

If they feel they might be able to offer you opportunities the agency will keep you on their books and contact you if they have a suitable role.

It’s worth checking whether an agency subscribes to a code of practice, such as that provided by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation.

Agency Central allows you to search for an agency by location or sector.


The Careers and Employability Service does not formally endorse outside providers of information and job opportunities, but we try to ensure that the links are current and that the content might be useful.

We cannot take responsibility for content and would encourage users to carry out their own checks and investigations before sharing their information or before entering into any financial transactions. It is the jobseeker’s responsibility to verify all terms and conditions with the employer.