ChemCareers 2020: How to Work with a Recruitment Agency Webinar

We are excited to announce that CK Science Recruitment Manager, Victoria Walker will guest speak at the Royal Society of Chemistry Q&A webinar on the 9th of July at 12.30 pm. This webinar is free to attend and available to all.

 

Themed “How to work with a recruitment agency”.

A fantastic subject as in today’s world working closely and having a good relationship with a recruitment organisation can be key to a successful job hunt. Not only can recruitment agencies open up the door to many more opportunities but they can also introduce you to their vast network.

The webinar will go on to discuss:

  • Why you should work with a recruiter
  • How to maximise the effectiveness of working with a recruiter
  • Examples of those success stories

The speaker, Victoria Walker is a two time winner of REC’s Institute of Recruitment Professional’s awards which recognises excellence in recruitment.  She has previously won permanent Recruitment Consultant of the Year and Recruiter of the Year.

A picture of Victoria Walker, webinar speaker

Victoria holds an MChem from the University of Sheffield and has a wealth of specialist recruitment experience having recruited in the chemical field for over ten years. She now successfully manages the CK Group’s chemical and technical recruitment teams.

The webinar will be chaired by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Laura Woodward MCIPD, Career, and Professional Development Adviser.

So if you are just starting out in your career or perhaps you’re looking for your next role, this webinar could be just for you. With the current market likely to be saturated with job seekers, it could be a great idea to get ahead of the crowd and get some top tips to help you in your job hunt.

If you would like to join this webinar which is free and available to all, please register your attendance on the link below:

 

Click here to register for the webinar

 

Find out more about Victoria Walker here

 

 

 

 

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