How to succeed at job interviews: free webinar – 14th June

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From the Doctoral School inbox:

jobs.ac.uk, have organised a free 30-minute webinar entitled “How to Succeed at Job Interviews’ for those seeking jobs in academia.  This informative and interactive live webinar will take place on Tuesday 14th June at 1pm (BST), and is free to all (though you must register on the website).

Those attending this free interview tips webinar will learn:

  • How to properly prepare for interviews
  • How to predict what you will be asked
  • How to answer job interview questions about your experience, knowledge and competencies
  • How to present yourself on the day
  • How to follow up after an interview

The expert presenter is Sean Russell, an ex-Director of Careers Services from University of Warwick and University of Birmingham. Sean has over 10 years experience of interviewing people in the HE sector, civil service and a range of blue chip companies and will share powerful tips and tricks for successful interviews. 

Sean is now a freelance careers consultant, coach and trainer and is currently a visiting lecturer at three universities in the departments of education and staff development so is in a unique position to help jobseekers secure their next step on the career ladder.

As an added benefit of attending this webinar, attendees will also have the unique opportunity to ask our expert direct questions in an interactive Q&A session at the end of the presentation.

To find out more about this free webinar and to register please visit the jobs.ac.uk webinar page

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