Careers Practitioner

Following the huge growth in demand for our careers services and the growth in locations we deliver to we are hiring for several roles across Hampshire and the surrounding areas.

We have permanent roles available for both qualified Careers Practitioners as well as people looking for a career change or graduates looking to start their career and become a Career Practitioner.

The roles available are in several locations including New Forest, Basingstoke, Southampton, Portsmouth, Chichester, Alton and there is an option for a variety of contracts including full-time, part-time, term-time and 48 Week.

We are an established education charity that has been supporting young people for over 20 years and we are looking for people to help us to continue to deliver a high-quality service as we grow.

Experience Careers Practitioners   

As an experience Careers Practitioner your role include supporting young people’s career learning, planning and development by providing impartial information, advice and guidance (IAG) to students from Year 7 to Year 13 in school, sixth form and college settings and you will be able to liaise and network with a range of partner agencies, service providers, employers, and training providers.


I want to be a Careers Practitioner

If you are looking for a career change you...

  • Already support your company’s apprenticeship programme, graduate recruitment programme or work in HR
  • Work in recruitment
  • Have a job supporting an outreach programme with support schools
  • Work in learning and development
  • Work with young people
  • Work in adult or child education
  • Within your role have extensive experience of recruitment
  • Are a recent graduate this role could be the role for you.

At EBP South we are looking for people with a passion to inspire and prepare young people for the transition to the world of work. The role is often rewarding and has a positive impact on young people's lives.

Take a look at this video to see how our Careers Practitioner support young people: