Job Search Seminars Coming O-Week!Posted: February 11, 2016
The Careers and Employment Service is looking forward to welcoming all commencing and continuing students in O-Week! To help get you ready for the year ahead, we have a range of job search seminars to help you find the perfect job, whether it be part time employment while studying or that dream job at the end of your degree.
If you graduated last year and have been struggling to get a job, these sessions are perfect for you! Our expert career development officers will be offering their advice based on up to date employer and industry trends.
Please ensure you register for a seminar in advance.
Landing a graduate job can, at times, be a tough and disheartening process. The job search needs to be much more than sending off a standard resume and cover letter to a hiring manager – this session will help you learn tips and tricks to stand out from the crowd. Before the session, have a read of our blog post ‘three ways to think creatively about your career’ to ensure you get the most out of your session.
|Tuesday 16 February||Southbank S07_1.23||10am – 12pm|
|Monday 22 February||Nathan N16_0.06||1pm – 3pm|
|Tuesday 23 February||Gold Coast G17_Theatre 3||10am – 12pm|
|Tuesday 23 February||Logan L03_3.05||10am – 12pm|
Do you need a job for your bread and butter money but aren’t quite sure where to start? There can be tough competition when looking for casual jobs, but we’ll give you some outside the box tips to help you find a great job that’s flexible around your studies, including information on how to approach businesses, where to source opportunities, how to use social media to find vacancies and more.
|Thursday 25 February||Nathan N18_Theatre 2||10am – 11am|
|Thursday 25 February||Gold Coast G16_1.08||11am – 12pm|
A hiring manager can receive hundreds of applications for one vacancy and will make a decision about whether to keep reading your resume or not within the first few lines. How do you keep them hooked? Attend this session and learn how to stand out from the crowd.
|Tuesday 16 February||Southbank S07_1.23||2pm – 3.30pm|
|Tuesday 23 February||Logan L04_1.01||1pm – 2.30pm|
|Thursday 25 February||Nathan N16_0.10||9.30am – 11am|
|Thursday 25 February||Gold Coast G16_1.08||9.30am – 11am|
With more than 300+ million users, LinkedIn is the most popular social network for professionals. It’s also a key networking tool and a great way for employers to learn a bit about your skills and experience before they even meet you. Members with outstanding LinkedIn profiles can even receive job offers directly through the platform. There are so many great ways to engage with LinkedIn and use it effectively – this session will teach you how.
|Wednesday 17 February||Southbank S07_1.23||1.30pm – 3pm|
|Tuesday 23 February||Logan L04_1.01||3pm – 4.30pm|
|Wednesday 24 February||Nathan N16_0.06||1.30pm – 3pm|
|Thursday 25 February||Gold Coast G16_1.08||1.30pm – 3pm|
It can be tricky navigating the job market in a foreign country. Cultural differences can mean that international students and graduates often need to adjust their strategy to fit the local job market. Discover proactive job search strategies that work for international students and graduates and learn the skills and information you need to present yourself with confidence!
|Tuesday 8 March||Gold Coast G11_3.56||10am – 12pm|
|Monday 7 March||Nathan N76_1.04||11am – 12pm|