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  1. Harcourt Hill Library Careers Area 2 items
    1. The Careers Area is in the Main Reading Room, just turn right as you enter and continue beyond the journals to the corner with the comfy chairs.

       

      We have:

      • Career options for different Harcourt Hill-based subject areas
      • Graduate and part-time job vacancies 
      • CV & application guidance
      • Free brochures to take away
      • Oxford Brookes Careers news, events & workshops 
      • Careers PC 

      Below is a list of useful websites and books to get you started.  You will find sections with career information for each subject based at Harcourt Hill, as well as information for researchers and lots of guidance to help you with job applications.

       

  2. Oxford Brookes Careers Service 6 items
  3. Career Information for Philosophy Students 6 items
    1. I think, therefore I earn - Jessica Shepherd Tuesday 20 November 2007

      Article 

  4. Career Information for Communication, Culture and Media Students 13 items
    1. Careers in media and film: the essential guide - Georgina Gregory, Ros Healy, Ewa Mazierska 2007

      Book 

    2. A career handbook for TV, radio, film, video & interactive media - Shiona Llewellyn, Sue Walker, Gary Townsend, Skillset 2003

      Book 

  5. Career Information for English Language and Communication Students 12 items
  6. Career Information for Sport, Coaching and Physical Education Students 7 items
  7. Career Information for Education Students 11 items
  8. Graduate Vacancies 4 items
  9. Find a postgraduate course 4 items
  10. Career Information for Researchers 4 items
  11. Job Applications 23 items
    1. CVs and Covering Letters 9 items
      1. You're hired! CV: how to write a brilliant CV - Corinne Mills 2013

        Book 

    2. Application Forms 3 items
    3. Interviews 6 items
      1. Great answers to tough interview questions - Martin John Yate 2017

        Book 

    4. Assessment Centres and Psychometric Tests 5 items
  12. Career Guidance Books at Harcourt Hill Library 7 items
    1. How to get a job you'll love - John Lees 2012

      Book 

    2. Career reboot: 24 tips for tough times - John Lees c2010

      Book 

    3. You're hired! CV: how to write a brilliant CV - Corinne Mills 2013

      Book 

    4. Great answers to tough interview questions - Martin John Yate 2017

      Book 

  13. Find Oxford Brookes Graduates on LinkedIn 1 item
    1. What are Oxford Brookes graduates doing now? Find out using the LinkedIn 'Find Alumni' tool

      Webpage  First you need to create a profile, click the blue button for advice on how to do this. Once you have created your profile follow these steps: Click on the 'My Network' tab at top of the page - Click on the 'Find Alumni' in the scroll down menu - The tool goes to the last place where your own profile says that you studied or are currently studying. This will bring up thousands of profiles of people who have studied or worked at Oxford Brookes in the past. You can then search (using the carousel feature) on the following criteria: Where they live; Where they work; What they do; What they studied; What they're skilled at; How you are connected