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Although interviews can be daunting experiences for many, the process offers great opportunities for you to get to know potential employers and make a positive impression. By preparing and asking some strategic questions, you will collate the information you need in order to make the decision if this is the right professional move while coming across as keen and committed.
What is the purpose of a CV? When I ask this question, people usually look at me a bit perplexed. To showcase my skills and qualifications or to prove I can do the job is the typical response.
In the following article, I shall explore how to structure a CV. This will be particularly helpful for those working in professional roles and services within the Higher Education sector. Please see the stand-alone CV template as well as my guide below.
Would you like to apply for a promotion and set yourself up for success in the post-Covid world? In the following article, we have cherry-picked some job search tips.
Which jobs can you apply for post-PhD? We learn how COVID-19 changed the mechanics and tools in this process, but not your employability and impact.
If you are exploring career options in higher education, the following article will help you understand the types of academic jobs, expectations of employers, and skills you would need to develop.
Looking for academic jobs in the Health and Medical sector? Perhaps you’re a doctor, dentist or nurse and want to make the move into lecturing and research. Or maybe you’re just starting out in the Health and Medical sector and are interested in routes to academia.
The second-largest area for health and medical jobs advertised here on jobs.ac.uk (after medicine and dentistry), you will find is anatomy, physiology and pathology research roles.
Here we take an in-depth look at some of the academic jobs in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, the qualifications...>
Your PhD does not only make you an expert in your field, but also provides you with crucial skills that make you an attractive employee for a wide range of positions
Reflect on the pandemic, give yourself the opportunity to learn from the experience, and move your research forward.
At just under 10 million square kilometres, China is the second-biggest country in the world by land area. In the times of the ancient dynasties, China was a leader in culture and science...
Consisting of 16 states governed as a federal democracy, Germany sits at the centre of Europe and its influence on the region is keenly felt both economically and politically...