Lectures and seminars Career Webinar: CV Writing for academic and non-academic jobs
Thinking to make a job transition? Preparing applications to apply for jobs or internships?
Join us in this webinar to learn more about writing CVs for academic and non-academic positions
In this webinar, Chaperone coach Rob Hardwick will address CV related topics such as:
- Why is CV important?
- How to be smart in designing my CV?
- Do I really have to tailor my CV to each specific job opening?
- What are the main differences between academic CVs and non-academic CVs?
- How to write good cover letters when sending a CV and how they can complement information on CVs?
Does this sound interesting and possibly useful for your furture job applications?
Scrowll down and sign-up!
PhD students, postdocs and researchers at KI, but everyone is welcome to attend.
KI Career service, in collaboration with Chaperone
Chaperone (www.chaperone.online) is an online platform created to help scientists potentiate their careers. On this platform, students and young professionals can browse and book online 1-to-1 sessions with over 30 experienced career consultants (career specialists, advisors, counselors and coaches) on over 50 different support topics. In addition to online 1-to-1 sessions, Chaperone also provides online group training in the format of workshops or webinars. Chaperone has already supported scientists from over 20 countries, and from prestigious institutions such as EMBL, Barcelona Institute of Technology, CERN, Umea University, Imperial College and more, with an excellent average user rating of 4.9 (out of 5).
About the Speakers
Rob was a postdoctoral researcher in mammalian genetics. Currently, he is the Head of Research and Innovation Talent at the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council in the UK. He has responsibilities for investing grants into Ph.D. training, fellowships, and other career development initiatives. He is also a Career Consultant at Chaperone. Finally, he also volunteers with various groups, including the Samaritans.
Please use your @ki.se email when signing up to this event. Information on how to join will be provided upon registration.