Careers and Employability Office (CEO) E-Newsletter
17 August 2017
Welcome to Week 4
Register now for EmployableYOU sydney.edu.au/business/careers/events
Since 2006, the Careers and Employability Office has been offering its tailored and distinct services to all of our Business School students.
Achieving career aspirations for all of our students is a top priority for our Business School. Our team of dedicated business career experts offer a specialised careers and employability service for every student across all of our degree programs. Our career support includes strong linkages into industry and our corporate partners are featured in as many of our events and services as possible.

Business School students who engage early with career exploration, professional skill development and industry connections are best equipped to make their mark in today's complex and changing professional world.
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Jobs and Work Experience Opportunities
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The CEO connects you with employers on and off campus, discover all the latest employment opportunities and graduate programs available.

Stay up to date with available internships, summer and vacation roles, professional, volunteer work and international opportunities.

Visit the CEO online jobs page

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CEO Job Platform of the Week

WORKIBLE 

How it Works
1 Tell them what job you actually want

Stop wasting time on job boards! Set up your profile with the jobs you want and when you're available. Follow the companies and industries you want to work for to get a head start on their jobs.

2 They'll send you jobs that match

Download the WorkibleJOBS app and get on with your life! Workible will notify you the instant the jobs you want come up.

3 Apply & get feedback

Apply with your Workible profile (all it takes is a tap after the first!). Then, whether you get the job or not, we'll tell you what you need to do to set yourself apart next time.

Go from a job seeker to a JobGetter with Workible

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CEO News and Events
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Week 4 Practice, Practice, Practice
So you’ve applied or you are preparing to apply for graduate/internship positions? 

Now it’s time to practice the recruitment processes before the real deal.

Mock Interviews Week

Monday 21 – Friday 25 August via Sonru - register to receive login details

Mock Assessment Centre 
Monday 21 August 12-2pm ABS 1070 - register now

Psychometric Testing
Thursday 24 August 11-1pm ABS 3270 - register now

Mock Case Study
Friday 25 August 12-2pm ABS 3310 - register now

Week 5 Career Health Check
A careers clinic aimed at helping enhance your resume, career plans, and job applications.

First years – what to do now?

Monday 28 August 12-3pm - register now

Second/penultimate years – where you should be!
Thursday 31 August 12-3pm - register now

Final years – where you needed to be yesterday!
Friday 1 September 12-3pm - register now

Come visit the Careers and Student Experience Lounge Abercrombie Basement Level for your Career Health Check

EmployableYOU
 offers a range of events and workshops for Business School students covering all aspects of career exploration. We bring you insights and tips from Business School alumni, recent Graduates and your favourite employers!

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NEXT Innovation Accelerator Program – semester 1 2018

The 'NEXT' Innovation Accelerator is a national work integrated learning experience supported by Deloitte, Westpac, IAG, and CSIRO. NEXT provides an opportunity for university students to step through a 12 week innovation accelerator program, gain real industry experience and essential professional skills.

NEXT is a for credit unit of study in the Masters of Commerce and Masters of Professional Accounting. Students are offered industry mentors, on-sight skills workshops, access to subject experts and the opportunity to pitch their innovations by Westpac, Deloitte, CSIRO and IAG.

The NEXT Innovation Accelerator will act as the catalyst for development of skills and attributes required to work in a globalised knowledge economy (innovation, teamwork, communication, critical thinking, intercultural working and leadership) 

Come along to the information session to find out more:

21st August 4-5pm ABS 2003 - register here

Information on the program is available here

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Business School News and Events
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Selection Criteria Workshop for 2018 PASS Applicants

Strong selection criteria is critical for successful applications to the 2018 PASS Program

We want you give you the best chance to submit the highest quality application possible.

This workshop is specifically for PASS program applicants to learn more about writing high quality selection criteria and work through examples relevant to this particular job application.

Date: Thursday, 31st August
Time:  12noon-1:30pm
Location:  ABS Case Study Lecture Theatre 2140

For more information on PASS visit the website

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Insights into Start-ups - Opportunities in Innovation

Insights into Startups is a series of panel events hosted by the Sydney Innovation Hub that seeks to educate students about the opportunities provided by start-ups and the intricacies of running or working for one.

Details

Where: The Refectory, Level 5, Abercrombie Building (H70)
When: 21st August 2017
6:00pm-6.30pm: Networking and refreshments
6.30pm-7.30pm: Panel Discussion
7.30pm-8.00pm: Networking

Dress code:
Business attire.

Register: Registration is essential sydney.edu.au/ihub

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Business Ethics Essay Competition
Submit an essay about ethics and you could win $1000!

The competition is open to both undergraduate and postgraduate students who are studying a Business School degree or unit of study in 2017 and is proudly supported by the Natoli Ethics Fund.

Entries will be judged by a panel from The Business & Professional Ethics Group

The closing date for submissions is Friday, 25 August 2017 (week 4) 

To find out the topic question and more information visit the website

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External Events
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Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ)

The Achiever Programme could give you hands on work experience in accounting and business.

Along with valuable work experience during your summer holidays the Achiever Programme offers you the opportunity to establish vital industry contacts, develop you for your future role, give you an insight into the style of workplace or specialisation that could be right for you.

Apply now youunlimitedanz.com

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40K Globe

Applications now open for internship to rural India
Challenge your understanding of impact by working towards scaling an award-winning social enterprise in rural India. This summer, we’re looking to scale the platform to 1500 more children. 40K Globe is about joining a movement of young Australians who are actively providing access to quality learning in restricted environments across the world.

Join the movement and Apply Online at WWW.40KGLOBE.COM.AU

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What's on at PwC

Tech Head Event
Do you want to solve complex business problems through technology?

For more information about technology at PwC, click here.
Event details
Wednesday 30th August
5.30pm - 7.30pm
PwC Sydney One International Tower Watermans Quay Barangaroo 2000

STEM Academy
 

Keen to learn more about the global shift towards STEM in business? PwC's STEM Academy program is now open! Explore what PwC is doing in this space and learn how your skills can be used to solve important problems in real life business cases.

More info & to apply: http://pwc.to/2tpjp0A 

Insight Academy 
Discover your potential at PwC's Insight Academy! Take part in a unique personal development experience and gain practical skills that will help you on your journey to becoming job ready. More info & to apply: http://pwc.to/2tpjp0A

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Clubs & Societies Events
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Enactus University of Sydney

Flashback, a program for you to make a social impact!
Enactus ​is now developing a pilot program for our newly launched project, Flashback. We are seeking aspiring facilitators interested in working with and facilitating the elderly communities.  

Flashback​ is a program aims to provide a platform to facilitate social interactions and to encourage story sharing and creativity among the elderly communities. 

How to apply:
Flashback, a program for you to make a social impact!

Enactus is now developing a pilot program for our newly launched project, Flashback. We are seeking aspiring facilitators interested in working with and facilitating the elderly communities.Flashback is a program aims to provide a platform to facilitate social interactions and to encourage story sharing and creativity among the elderly communities. Please see attachment for more details about Flashback.

Writing Workshops:
  • Location: The Brighton Retirement Village, Croydon (Approx. 30 minutes away from Redfern Station by train)
  • Session: one 2-hour-session per week for a total of 4 weeks
  • Time and start day: to be advised. (Session will start in approximately 3 weeks)

    Facilitator responsibilities
  • Encourage elderly participants to speak and write during activities
  • Facilitate a collaborative and warm group discussion environment
  • Encourage positive peer-review

    What we offer to the facilitator
  • Receive an internship certification from Enactus, detailing your contributions
  • Get hands-on experience in facilitating collaborative sessions
  • Make positive social impact through community involvement
  • Professional facilitator training provided by USYD Business School PASS Program

    Application
  • To apply, send an email to flashback@enactussydney.org
  • Attach your CV and address your motivation to participate (300 words max)
  • After receiving your application, we will contact you to discuss the details and expectations of the program
  • No previous experience is required
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Additional Resources
Gradconnection:
Home of Australia’s GradMaker, the Graduate Jobs Match Maker. 
www.gradconnection.com.au 

Unigrad:
Great information and resources to help you find your perfect Graduate Job
www.unigrad.com.au 

Graduate Opportunities:
For the latest, most comprehensive information on graduate jobs in Australasia. There’s also information here for International Graduates
Check the website below to see opportunities as they become available
www.graduateopportunities.com 

Going Global:
Going Global is great for local and international students looking for local/international opportunities! Search jobs and country information. 
ACCESS ON BLACKBOARD VIA CAREERS PAGE

Jobbydoo
Job vacancies from all Australian career sites, job boards and recruitment agencies, and organises that information to make it accessible with easy find/search options! Visit now

Sydney University Careers Centre:

You can also visit the Sydney University Careers Centre Website on sydney.edu.au/careers 

Contact Singapore:
Visit the Contact Singapore Job Portal for exciting opportunities in Singapore: 
www.contactsingapore.sg/find_a_job/jobs_overview 

LinkedIn:
Create a Profile – Connect with Recruiters – search the Student Jobs and Alumni Portals
au.linkedin.comhttps://www.jobbydoo-au.com/graduate-jobs-sydney
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The Careers and Employability Office
Careers and Student Experience Lounge
Come see us at the careers and student experience lounge, receive coaching on your resume and cover letter, careers queries and resource tips. We can also let you know about upcoming careers and employability events and workshops that will help you get ahead!  

We are located in the Abercrombie Building, Basement Level open Monday-Friday, 12-3pm, during teaching weeks unless otherwise indicated.

Careers Counselling
Would you like to sit down with one of our expert careers counsellors? Make a booking now for assistance with selecting your majors, finding the right path to kick start you career or feedback on your resume and cover letter and to practice your interview skills!
Email to find out what times are available and to make your booking: business.careers@sydney.edu.au 

N.B. This information has been sent to you by the University of Sydney Business School Careers and Employability Office. The provision of this information does not constitute an endorsement by the University of the merits of the organisation providing the information. The University is passing on information which may assist you in your job search. You should make your own enquiries to verify any of the information given.
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