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Careers Development Team

Gill Clarke Pronouns: She/her BA (Hons) Psychology with Drama and Theatre Studies, PG Diploma in Careers Guidance, BPS Psychometric Testing Level A, ILM Level 5 Coaching and Mentoring, Mental Health First Aider, Member of AGCAS

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Careers Development Manager

Responsibilities

Gill’s role is to lead the team of Careers Coaches to ensure Careers Network provides excellent careers support to students and graduates. This is delivered through tailored information, advice and guidance and other events designed to enhance employability and career potential, student progression, career choices and graduate outcomes.

Gill joined Careers Network in 2002 as a qualified careers adviser with experience at three different universities, including administration, information, training and writing. Working as a Careers Consultant at Loughborough, she has worked with most academic schools and led marketing and website development projects.  Trained in coaching, mentoring and management she moved into her current role as Careers Development Manager in May 2021.  Leading the Careers Development Team, she is a member of the Careers Network Management Team with an interest in Careers Network services, resources, communications, marketing, and professional development.

Helen Jeffery Pronouns: She/her BSc (Hons) Information Technology, PG Dip Human Resources, NLP Coaching and Life Coaching Diplomas, Member of the Association of Coaching, Member of the CIPD, Member of AGCAS.

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Careers Coach

Responsibilities

Helen provides careers advice, careers coaching and interview coaching appointments in person and via Teams and telephone with a particular focus on finalists and graduates from SBE. She also researches, creates and delivers careers workshops, presentations, events and skills sessions university-wide and within SBE to enhance the employability of our students and graduates.

Helen supports students from the following schools:

  • School of Business and Economics (SBE)
  • School of Design and Creative Arts (SCDA)
  • School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH)

Helen graduated with a BSc in Information Technology. She then worked at IBM in Brussels for a year, before gaining a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management. She has over 15 years of experience gained in private and public sectors, working in Human Resources roles. Her last corporate role was Assistant HR Manager for the College of Business, Law and Social Sciences, at Nottingham Trent University. After this, Helen specialised as a Learning and Development Designer, Facilitator and Assessor for CIPD accredited HR and Learning and Development Programmes. She also qualified as a Coach and provided careers and life coaching to clients.

Sue Mason Pronouns: She/her MBA, PG Diploma in Careers Education, PG Diploma in Career Guidance and Development, PG Diploma in Career Information and Advice, Member of AGCAS.

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Careers Coach

Responsibilities

Sue provides careers advice, careers coaching and interview coaching appointments in person and via Teams and telephone with a particular focus on finalists and graduates. She also researches, creates and delivers careers workshops, presentations, events and skills sessions university-wide and within academic schools to enhance the employability of our students and graduates.

Sue supports students from the following schools:

  • School of Business and Economics (SBE)
  • School of Design and Creative Arts (SCDA)
  • School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH)
  • School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS)
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering (MEME)

Sue has worked in careers roles since 2008, first in secondary schools, then at Loughborough College, before joining the University in 2021. Prior to that, she worked in HR, retail and marketing roles. Currently studying for the Postgraduate Certificate in Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education, Sue is also qualified in Career Guidance and Development, Career Information and Advice, Career Education, Education and Training, Business Administration (MBA), International Business, HR Management and Marketing.

Joss Moffatt Pronouns: She/her BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences, PG Certificate in Career Education, Information and Guidance in HE, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Member of AGCAS

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Careers Coach

Responsibilities

Joss provides careers advice, careers coaching and interview coaching appointments in person and via Teams and telephone with a particular focus on finalists and graduates. She also researches, creates and delivers careers workshops, presentations, events and skills sessions university-wide and within academic schools to enhance the employability of our students and graduates.

Joss supports students from the following schools:

  • Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering (ABCE)
  • Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Materials Engineering (ACME)
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering (MEME)
  • School of Science (SoS)
  • School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS) 

Joss joined the Careers Network team in September 2007 to work on employability projects, including the Employer Mentoring Scheme, Loughborough Employability Award and Workshadow Scheme. Joss came from an industry background, having spent a number of years as a manager in an IT and consulting company where she had responsibility for both graduate and experienced recruitment.  She also managed the career development of employees. Joss has a Postgraduate Certificate in Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education, and also has Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.

Sally Morrison Pronouns: She/her BSc (Hons) Sports Science with Management, ILM Level 3 in Effective Coaching, Member of AGCAS.

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Careers Coach

Responsibilities

Sally provides careers advice, careers coaching and interview coaching appointments in person and via Teams and telephone with a particular focus on finalists and graduates. She also researches, creates and delivers careers workshops, presentations, events and skills sessions university-wide and within academic schools to enhance the employability of our students and graduates.

Sally supports students from the following schools:

  • School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS)
  • School of Science (SoS)
  • Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering (ABCE)
  • Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Materials Engineering (ACME)
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering (MEME)

Sally joined Careers Network in September 2021, following six years in the sports industry gathering people development, coaching and mentoring skills. Prior to this, Sally led the volunteering side of the Coach & Volunteer Academy with Loughborough Sport, delivering personal skills training and creating opportunities to gain practical experience through sport. She was also part of the Performance Lifestyle team, mentoring elite athletes to support personal and professional development. Sally is currently studying an MSc in Psychotherapy alongside her work as a careers coach.

Deborah Till Pronouns: She/her BA (Hons), PG Diploma in Careers Guidance, Graduate Teacher Programme, BPS Psychometric Testing Level A, Member of AGCAS.

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Careers Coach

Responsibilities

Deborah provides careers advice, careers coaching and interview coaching appointments in person and via Teams and telephone with a particular focus on finalists and graduates. She also researches, creates and delivers careers workshops, presentations, events and skills sessions university-wide and within academic schools to enhance the employability of our students and graduates.

Deborah supports students from the following schools:

  • School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH)
  • School of Business and Economics (SBE)
  • School of Design and Creative Arts (SCDA)

Deborah has a degree in Social Sciences and completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Careers Guidance in 2000. Initially Deborah worked as a careers adviser in secondary schools, sixth forms and in the community. Since 2006, Deborah has worked as a careers guidance practitioner in higher education, joining Loughborough University's Careers Network in 2013. Deborah is also a qualified secondary teacher.

Eve Uhlig MA Career Education, Information and Guidance in HE, BA (Hons) Social Studies (Lifelong Learning), Further Adult Education Teaching Certificate, ILM Level 5 Coaching and Mentoring, Member of AGCAS.

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Careers Coach

Responsibilities

Eve provides careers advice, careers coaching and interview coaching appointments in person and via Teams and telephone with a particular focus on finalists and graduates. She also researches, creates and delivers careers workshops, presentations, events and skills sessions university-wide and within academic schools to enhance the employability of our students and graduates.

Eve supports students from the following schools:

  • School of Design and Creative Arts (SCDA)
  • School of Business and Economics (SBE)
  • School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH)

Eve joined Loughborough University in 2009, as the Career Development Adviser supporting Postgraduate Researchers (PGR), after undertaking roles at both the universities of Warwick (research) and Nottingham (research staff support).  Previous to that, she worked as a Lecturer and Programme Manager in Further and Community Education.  A career in senior administrative roles in various industry sectors provided experience of working in the commercial sector.  She also has experience of running her own coaching and personal development training business.  A research project completed as part of her Master’s in Career, Education, Information and Guidance in HE concluded that the use of an inventory based on Career Construction Theory, enhanced reflection and encouraged discussion in interactions with PGR.

Sally Western Pronouns: She/her BSc (Hons) Physiology and Pharmacology, MBA, Accredited Life Coach, Postgraduate Diploma in Career Education, Information and Guidance in HE, BPS Psychometric Testing Level A, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Member of AGCAS

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Careers Coach

Responsibilities

Sally provides careers advice, careers coaching and interview coaching appointments in person and via Teams and telephone with a particular focus on finalists and graduates. She also researches, creates and delivers careers workshops, presentations, events and skills sessions university-wide and within academic schools to enhance the employability of our students and graduates.

Sally supports students from the following schools:

  • School of Science (SoS)
  • School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS)
  • Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering (ABCE)
  • Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Materials Engineering (ACME)
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering (MEME)

Sally joined the Careers Network team in August 2002 and has supported many departments and projects over the years. Sally’s qualifications include the Postgraduate Diploma in Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education (CEIGHE) and a Coaching Qualification from the Coaching Academy. She’s also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) with a Dual Honours BSc in Physiology and Pharmacology, Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) and a recently completed Happiness Coaching qualification. Prior to working at Loughborough, Sally was a Human Resources Manager at United Biscuits and Xerox and an Assistant Manager for Finance and Personnel at Marks and Spencer.