Careers Seminar from the UoS Careers Service

Date: 
Thursday, 5 October, 2017 - 14:00 to 15:00
Location: 
NOC Southampton - Node Room (074/02) (Waterfront Campus).
Speaker: 
Rob Wood, University of Southampton Careers Service

Rob Wood from the Careers and Employability Service (https://futureworlds.com/rob-wood/) will be giving a seminar on the services and resources available to PhDs, early career researchers (teaching, research and enterprise fellows) and staff members at the University of Southampton and NOCS at 2pm on the 5th of October in 074/02 (POETS seminar slot). Additionally Rob has agreed to be available for 6 x 15 minute 'Career Triage' 1:1s and/or 3 x 30 minute 'Career Guidance' sessions following the seminar between 3pm and 4.30pm in the Yellow Library Room.  NB: These slots (and the seminar) are open to all staff members at all levels and pathways.

These sessions will be on a first come first served basis and sign up is available via this link https://doodle.com/poll/v8gdeynpa4msuwcp.  If you would like a 30 minute slot please sign up for 2 consecutive sessions. If you sign up for a session and can no longer make it please let me know via email so I am able to allocate the session to another person. Equally if you miss signing up for a session please email me and I will put you on a waiting list in case we have any cancellations. If there is a high demand for the 1:1 sessions then I will organize another day within the next 4-6 months. If your need for a session is urgent (e.g. impending fellowship/job application) please feel free to contact myself or Rob directly. Once the session schedule is finalized I will email participants to confirm your registration of the session.

This has been organized as part of the NOCS ECR network and the OES Concordat group (as part of the RCUK Concordat for Early Career Researchers, https://www.southampton.ac.uk/waar/concordat.page). If you would like to receive targeted early career updates please subscribe to the noc early career mailing list. The intention of the NOCS ECR network is to be a platform for social interaction, knowledge exchange, sharing funding advice and career development experience. Activities include coffee meetings, social events, talks and workshops, as organized by group members.

Seminar category: 
POETS Corner