Meet Shabana Hussein, our Employer Liaison Assistant. She is a recent University of Leeds graduate and here she gives us an insight into her role at the Careers Centre.
What is your job at the Careers Centre and what does it involve?
I graduated from Leeds University in 2011 with a BSc Joint Honours in Geography and Management, and I’m now fortunate enough to be back as an employee. Leeds University is a wonderful organisation giving staff the opportunity to develop and excel within their roles.
I work in the Careers Centre, being part of the Employer Team, a group of eight proactive individuals. Continue reading
Paul Levy has just completed the second year of his Management degree and will be spending the next year on an industrial placement with IBM. In this post, he shares his experiences and reflections of the process of securing a placement with one of the top 100 graduate recruiters. Continue reading
Employers want you to be able to tell them why you are right for the job. Articulating skills and motivations is something many students struggle with so here are a few easy steps to give you confidence in articulating your employability.
Employability skills put simply are your attributes, skills and knowledge. Evidencing these skills effectively for a specific role is the key to unlocking that graduate job door.
Recognising employability Continue reading