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Improve your teaching skills and earn £18 an hour at Queen Mary! August 2, 2010

Posted by qmresearchers in Career Ideas, Interesting Job Adverts.
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The Queen Mary Careers Team is looking to recruit a PhD student to help manage the seasonal demand (Autumn Term in the first instance) for CV feedback from undergraduate students at Queen Mary.

As a CV Adviser, you will be required to offer advice and guidance to students seeking feedback on their CVs.  You will be trained for one day (6 hours) prior to commencing the role.

You will be required to run a CV workshop between 12.45 and 13.45 from Monday – Thursday within Careers (WG3, Queens Building, Mile End Campus). There will be a maximum of 8 students within each workshop group.

Full Job Description here.

Training

6 hours of training (paid at £18 per hour) will be provided including observation of trained Careers Advisers carrying out a CV workshop.

Dates and Availability

You must be available on 13th September 13.00-17.00 (Interviews) and 17th September 10.00– 16.00 (training day).

You must be available to work Monday – Thursday (12.45 – 13.45).

To apply

Please submit your carefully targeted CV (not an academic CV) and cover letter explaining your motivation for applying and providing evidence that you have the relevant skills listed in the Job Description. Submit applications electronically to v.potter@qmul.ac.uk with the tagline ‘CV Adviser Post’.

If you would like to discuss the role further, please contact Vinny Potter on 020 7882 8554 (email: v.potter@qmul.ac.uk).

Closing date for receipt of application is 17.00 on 31st August 2010.

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