The Careers and Employability Office (CEO) is here to assist all Business students to not only find employment but to become career ready. At the CEO, we understand that the process involved in entering the workforce can be quite daunting but if you follow our simple guidelines we can make the transition a piece of cake!
On this website you will find information on the following:
- Events including employer events on campus and job skills workshops
- Identifying Your Skills & Attributes
- How to Find a Job
- How to write Resumes & Applications
- Interviews & Testing
- Job Vacancies
If you are an enrolled student of the Business School log into Blackboard for more detailed information on the above.
If you are a prospective student, you will find lots of general careers information on this website that will help you make decisions on what to study, what jobs are out there and where your career can take you.
What we can do for you!
The CEO has many business related workshops and events planned throughout the year to assist you in your career decision making and providing those all important links with employers.
Business Careers Advice - Visit us at our kiosk for careers advice, get your final job applications looked over, pick up employer booklets & industry information.
Book in for private business career counselling sessions and resume review at the Careers Counter. The Careers Counter is located in the Abercrombie Building, Basement Level (Open Monday - Thursday, 1 - 3pm, during teaching weeks unless otherwise indicated).
Employers on Campus - Network with top graduate recruiters at lunchtime events, careers workshops and guest lectures.
Careers Skills Workshops - Attend workshops on all aspects of the job search process to launch your business career.
Resume Review Workshops - Give your resume the business edge by having it checked before submitting.
eNewsletter - Business School specific job opportunities, internships and careers events emailed regularly to your student email and posted to Blackboard and the website.