Do you have a passion for travel? Are your customer service skills out of this world? Do you know how to make an easy sale? Are you in your final year of study?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you should seriously consider the 2018 Retail Leadership Graduate Program with Flight Centre! As a Flight Centre grad, you will have access to travel discounts, support from senior staff, a great salary with added commission and a fun company culture. You will receive all the tools you need to help your career take off!
If you want to learn more about the program and network with current Flight Centre employees, come along to their event at Nathan campus on the 21st of September.
Date: Thursday, 21st of September
Venue: Nathan Campus N78 1.19
Career satisfaction in 2017 – is finding and keeping your dream job achievable in today’s job hop culture?Posted: August 31, 2017
By Alex Hargreaves
Today I met with Amy*, a 23 year old business student who has studied 2 years of a bachelor of human services, one year of a bachelor of information technology, completed a diploma in social media and is currently in her first semester of business. Amy works as an assistant in financial services and whilst she enjoys it, she isn’t sure if that is what she wants to spend the next 10 years of her life doing.
Recently, you may have noticed an increase in employer activity on campus. Employers have been, and will be continuing to visit our campuses throughout 2017 – 2018 in place of the Griffith Careers Fair. When you hear of an employer visit that sparks your interest, it is a fantastic idea to make the effort to attend for many reasons (especially if the employer is relevant to your field of study!)
NSW Government are reaching out to Griffith Students this semester to apply for their 2018 Graduate Program. NSW Government will be at Nathan Campus on Monday the 24th of July from 12:00 – 1:30PM in N78 -1.24. Due to recent expansion, NSW Government have seen the value of expanding their recruitment pool to out of state applicants. Griffith University was among their list of Unis with students that they wanted to meet.
It’s that time again! Time to be updated with interesting, informative and timely information from your Careers and Employment Service.
By Alex Hargreaves
This question occurred to me a few times as a student, but each time I shrugged it off and thought ‘probably too soon’ until I graduated. I always had different part time jobs when I was studying, until towards the end of my degree, when I had a full time job. I thought that I need not bother looking at different career options in my final year because I already had a job that paid the bills and that would buy me time to figure out what it was that I really wanted to do. Unfortunately, this way of thinking hindered me from applying for many really great opportunities that I could have tried for at the beginning of my final year. I am very happy where I ended up, but I have no idea what opportunities I passed on simply because I didn’t know about them. The reality is, the time to start thinking about your career is: the moment you start University!
By Alex Hargreaves
When attending networking events, it is easy to feel intimidated by senior managers who are smooth talkers and know exactly what to say and when to say it. They seem to ooze confidence, command attention and are always dressed in the best. University students are completely allowed to be, and are even expected to be, a little awkward in these situations. It is good to keep in mind that senior leaders have usually been in their industry for a very long time and have gained a wealth of insight and experience into what they do. This extensive knowledge fuels their confidence when discussing their work with new people. Nevertheless, if you would like to have an air of professionalism about you despite your lack of industry experience and/or age, this can definitely be achieved. When you put into practice the following skills, respect will instantly be earned!