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Individual Careers Support

Whatever your needs, wherever you are

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Building 303, Level 2, Bentley Campus
Ph: +61 08 9266 7802
E: careers@curtin.edu.au
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Skype: + Curtin Careers Centre

Looking for work?

CareerHub is the online jobs board exclusively for Curtin students.

You'll find all sorts of employment opportunities, events and workshops right here.

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Connecting with Employers & Industry

Careers For Tomorrow - where students and employers connect.

News & tips direct from employers, network with recruiters, get advice straight from industry.

 

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Hotline & Drop In Services

Have your career related questions answered at the Careers & Employment Centre.

Alumni

Find out about the career planning and development services available to Curtin graduates.

Contact Us

Contact details for the Curtin Careers & Employment Centre.

Curtin Staff

Find out about our range of career planning and development support services for staff.

Employers

Find out how the Careers & Employment Centre can help you recruit Curtin students.

News and Events

03rd SEP
Stop Googling, Start Networking - For CBS Students
Discover how to find hidden opportunities in surprising places.

Discover how to find hidden opportunities in surprising places.

70% of jobs are not even advertised, so how do you find them? This workshop will help you understand the hidden job market, focusing on activating your networks both online and in person.

This workshop counts towards the Careers Employability Award, an accredited program recognised on the Curtin Extra Certificate.

Location : 407.401 Bentley Campus
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04th SEP
Job Searching Techniques for Chinese Articulation Program Students
A workshop regarding finding part-time or casual jobs for Chinese articulation program students from DUFE, NAU and ZUEL.

A workshop regarding finding part-time or casual jobs for Chinese articulation program students from DUFE, NAU and ZUEL.

This workshop will include information on:

  • The types of work ie Casual/part-time/full-time
  • Why you need a casual or part time job
  • Where to look for a job
  • Attributes and characteristics that help in finding a job
  • Things you need to know about working in Australia
  • How to write a resume for the Australian job market
Location : 402.217 Bentley Campus
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09th SEP
Interviews
Information on research techniques, presentation tips and practicing real-time interviews.

Information on research techniques, presentation tips and practicing real-time interviews.

An employer is likely to have formed an impression of you at an interview within 60 seconds - how can you make this a great first impression? This workshop will guide you through interview preparation to maximise your chances for interview success.

This workshop counts towards the Careers Employability Award, an accredited program recognised on the Curtin Extra Certificate.

Location : 400.305 Bentley Campus
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10th SEP
How Do I Get To Know My Industry? - For Humanities Students
Understanding your industry and labour market trends will help you to make informed career decisions.

Understanding your industry and labour market trends will help you to make informed career decisions.

Understanding your industry and labour market trends will help you to make informed career decisions, tailor your job search efforts and job application documents as well identifying potential growth areas for your next career move.

NB: Where possible, please bring a laptop/iPad/phone by which you can access the internet.

This workshop counts towards the Careers Employability Award, an accredited program recognised on the Curtin Extra Certificate.

Location : 201.418 Bentley Campus
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