Webinar for Post-Graduate Researchers (PhDs) and Research Staff. If you’ve understood the basic principles behind what employers are looking for, you’re half-way to being well-prepared for an interview. ‘Attend’ this webinar at your own computer to get this understanding and listen to some sample ‘poor’ and ‘better’ answers.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Join us for a webinar on Nov 10, 2016 at 12:30 PM BST. Register now! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6517079573067154691
Those of you who can’t come into Waterloo for RDP workshops might like to book up for three webinars in early March. Webinars are real-time online seminars; you just need a computer and internet connection and can take part wherever you happen to be sitting. You can ask questions, interact with the trainer and open websites or documents as the seminar progresses.
Here’s what one of your colleagues said about the webinar he attended last year: ‘…the presentation as a webinar was excellent. It saved time looking for a seminar venue and I was able to log in and take part remotely (I was not on King’s campus). Although asking questions is a bit slower online – we we’re typing our questions in a chat box – this wasn’t much of an issue and I had all my questions answered (I had a few). Great session, basically!’
CVs for Academia and Outside
Learn what looks good on an academic CV and how to make the changes necessary if you’re pursuing a career elsewhere.
Develop Your Brand: LinkedIn Profile Building and Career Research
LinkedIn is a massive database of people’s career journeys. Join this webinar to find out more about how to use it effectively in your career research, how to communicate with interesting contacts, and how to promote your own personal brand.
If you have understood the basic principles behind what employers are looking for, you’re half-way to being well-prepared for an interview. Join this webinar to develop this understanding and listen to some ‘poor’ and ‘better’ sample answers.
4 Postgraduate interns needed! An exciting internship opportunity which involves assisting with research and interviews has come up. The King’s Learning Institute is looking for interns to provide ideas and outputs to enhance the King’s postgraduate student experience. Tasks will be varied and will involve working on various projects and with different focus groups and other King’s students. Duration is 9 weeks, on a part time basis for 25-30 hours per month. Payment is £10 per hour. The starting date is 26th January, hours are flexible and the project will run through the end of March with some additional opportunities in April.
For further details and to apply, please click here. The closing deadline for applications is 5pm Friday 23rd January.