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Events for 25 November 2019 - 01 December 2019

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Smith and Nephew Graduate Programme

Date: 25 November 2019
Time: 13:00

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Smith+Nephew is a leading portfolio medical technology company, operating in over 100 countries globally. Our global franchise areas include Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine & ENT and Advanced Wound Management.

 

The Graduate Programme is an opportunity during which successful candidates will be assigned extensive, practical on the job based rotations in a diverse range of areas that support the Research & Development and Global Operations organizations, in functions based at our Hull site. This programme is supported by the Smith & Nephew Senior Leadership team both on a local and global level. The aim of this programme is to ensure that Smith & Nephew in Hull secures talented Graduates, who aspire to become our future Senior Leaders or significant Individual Contributors.

 

This session will focus on Smith and Nephew representatives talking to students about who we are, our business & products. The graduate scheme will be explained and Smith & Nephew representatives/previous graduates will talk about their experiences. There will also be a Q&A session at the end where the students are encouraged to ask questions.


For Sciences (physics, chemistry, biology etc. perhaps material scientists and perhaps computer sciences) and all Engineering disciplines students.



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[FBS CAREERS TALK] Volunteering opportunities within the Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust

Date: 25 November 2019
Time: 17:00

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Tif Carter (Youth Volunteering Manager) from the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust will be coming to give a short presentation as below:

1. An overview of volunteering at Leeds Teaching Hospitals, our Trust, current provision and aspirations.

2. A look at our volunteer roles/commitment:

    - Ward based (elderly, Oncology)

    - Outpatients

    - Hospital Navigators

3. Our recruitment Process

4. Next Steps

 




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Careers within the Criminal Justice Sector

Date: 25 November 2019
Time: 17:00

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Mischa Wilmers, an employability officer at the School of Law, will give an overview about the key career options within the criminal justice sector such as the police, the prisons, probation or intelligence services. He will provide information on where to look for vacancies, what the recruitment process is like and some tips on how to write strong applications. He will also cover what key skills you will need for these roles and how to develop them during your university studies.

The talk will take place in the Liberty Building, Moot Court.



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Workshop: Assessment Centres

Date: 26 November 2019
Time: 10:00

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This event is 'just turn up' on a first come, first served basis.

Venue : Leeds University Union - Room 6

Assessment Centres are usually the final part of the job seeking process. They are a series of activities, related to the job that you have applied to do, that will be scored. They commonly take place at the employer’s offices and you will be in groups with students from other universities.

This workshop looks at the type of activities used at assessment centre and you will get a chance to practise some of them.

This session is particularly suited for international students looking to apply for jobs in the UK and abroad.

This event is a collaboration between LUU Global Community and University of Leeds Careers Centre.

If you have any questions regarding this event please contact K.A.Missin@leeds.ac.uk



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LUBS LinkedIn Advice session

Date: 26 November 2019
Time: 10:30

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Have you already got a LinkedIn account but want to learn more on how you can enhance it to present a great impression of yourself to employers, organisations and alumni?

If this sounds like you, then come along to this session!

In this mini-session we will focus on: 

  • Going through your LinkedIn profile and discussing how to market yourself effectively in each section of your LinkedIn Profile
  • Outlining top tips on how to use LinkedIn for your Graduate Job, Placement or Internship Search, how to find organisations on LinkedIn, as well as learning how to join industry groups and connecting with University of Leeds Alumni
  • Answering any queries you may have about LinkedIn


This session will take place in a seminar room so please ensure that you bring your own laptop/iPad/tablet with you.

The session will take place in the G.19, 26 Lyddon Terrace 

If you have any further questions please email Jamie: J.Y.Gayya@leeds.ac.uk 





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