We’ve all heard the negative stories of recruiters Googling candidates for a job only to find embarrassing pictures and dubious comments.
Lancaster University is developing a brand new student facing service to help make finding good quality part-time work on and off campus much easier. If you’d like to be part of this exciting initiative we are looking for two Employability and Recruitment Interns.
Have you heard about the Lancaster University Travel Bursary?
A pilot Assessment Centre Experience (ACE) was organised and delivered by Careers on Tuesday 4th February. Over forty students from a variety of disciplines and years of study attended the highly successful event.
A personal statement helps you draw attention to the gems in your CV – it’s your way of telling the reader what you want them to focus on.
Recruitment processes are changing. Graduate recruiters are finding new and interesting ways to capture the information they need and with a growing global market, location is everything.
Are you unsure what to do after leaving university? Do all of your friends seem to know exactly what they want to do whilst you’re still undecided? Are you not even sure what opportunities are out there?
Law firm, Clifford Chance, leads the way in ensuring all graduate applicants are treated equally during the recruitment process.
2013 saw considerable changes in the graduate job market. What can 2014 graduates expect?
As more and more job applications are made online, companies of all sizes are increasingly turning to computer programs to help manage the load.