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Employability Development Officers

Employability Development Officers work alongside Careers Consultants to enhance student employability in a particular school or schools.  This involves providing information and advice to students applying for student and graduate opportunities, through one to one appointments, drop-ins, workshops and presentations.  They are also responsible for student communications and are involved in many other central Careers Network initiatives to enhance student career confidence, employability skills, work experience,  networking and personal development.

Emma Dodd

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Employability Development Officer

Responsibilities

 

 

 

Kate Faiz BA (Hons) Fine Art, Member of AGCAS

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Employability Development Officer

Responsibilities

Kate supports students in Part A and Part B of their studies in all schools.

Kate supports the careers provision through drop in sessions, workshops, and Quick Advice Appointments. Support can range from general advice, to CVs, cover letters and application forms. Kate's role involves producing regular newsletters for undergraduate students and through these she promotes relevant opportunities, events and articles to help students develop their employability.

Kate is a Loughborough Fine Art graduate and has a background of student engagement and support, alongside student event and volunteer management. Since graduation she also has also been working as an Artist, Arts Education Freelancer and English Teacher in France.

Humera Hodgkinson BA Hons in English Literature and Education Studies. Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring.

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Employability Development Officer

Responsibilities

Humera supports students in Part A and Part B of their studies in all schools.

Humera supports the careers provision through drop in sessions, workshops, and Quick Advice Appointments. Support can range from general advice, to CVs, cover letters and application forms. Humera's role involves producing regular newsletters for undergraduate students and through these she promotes relevant opportunities, events and articles to help students develop their employability.

Humera has a background of working in pastoral care within FE, and has spent the last 4 years within HE, providing students with placement support within Arts, Design and Humanities.

 

 

 

 

Tracy Salsbury BA Business Studies, Member of AGCAS

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Employability Development Officer

Responsibilities

Tracy supports students in Part A and Part B of their studies in all schools.

Tracy supports the careers provision through drop in sessions, workshops, and Quick Advice Appointments. Support can range from general advice, to CVs, cover letters and application forms. Tracy's role involves producing regular newsletters for undergraduate students and through these she promotes relevant opportunities, events and articles to help students develop their employability.

 Tracy joined the Careers Network team in 2009 and worked as an Information Adviser and with the Employer Liaison Team. She then moved into project support on Mentoring and Work Shadow programmes, as well as the Loughborough Employability Award.  Tracy has a background in Higher Education administration, service and support roles in the private sector and has worked in primary education.

Claire Tidmarsh-Brown (on Maternity Leave) PG Award Career Education, Information and Guidance in HE, Member of AGCAS

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Employability Development Officer

Responsibilities

Claire supports students in Part A and Part B of their studies in all schools.

Claire supports the careers provision through drop in sessions, workshops, and Quick Advice Appointments. Support can range from general advice, to CVs, cover letters and application forms. Claire's role involves producing regular newsletters for undergraduate students and through these she promotes relevant opportunities, events and articles to help students develop their employability.

 Claire has a background of working within community and disability arts, and Higher Education placement advice, delivering tailored workshops and presentations to students and learners within the Arts and Humanities sectors.