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College Senior Employability Adviser

Our dedicated College Senior Employability Adviser can give you specialist careers guidance, which will help you to make decisions about what to do in the future.

Course Employability Adviser

Once you are clear about career ideas, our Employability Advisers will support you with the steps to get what you want - for example; helping you make a great CV, creating top-notch applications and polishing your interview technique.

All of our advisers work with all full time and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate students, placement students, and we offer a lifetime of support to our graduates.

Find out about the types of appointments on offer and how to book.

Who are my dedicated Employability Advisers?

Find your College and the department that includes your course below: 

College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences

Employability Advisers:

 

From top left to bottom right:

Eric Thompson: Health and Social Care Courses

Rachel Gradwell: Health and Social Care Courses

Andrew Walton: Sport

Nikki Abbott: Bioscience and Chemistry

College of Business, Technology and Engineering

Employability Advisers:

From top left to bottom right:

Philippa Fairfax: Computing

Johanne Gilroy: Management

Leanne Loosemoore: Finance, Accounting and Business Systems

Chris Webb: Engineering, Physics and Maths

Linda Wilson: Management

Karen Allan: Service Sector Management

College of Social Sciences and Arts

Employability Advisers:

From top left to bottom right:

Hannah Holmes: Media Arts and Communications

Jill Valentine: Sheffield Institute of Education

Helen Fauset: Sheffield Institute of Education, and Psychology, Sociology and Politics

Bob Freeborn: Psychology, Sociology and Politics

Rachel Westwood: Natural and Built Environment

Helen Armitage: Art and Design

Sheryl Cruickshank: Law and Criminology

Sara Sullivan: Natural and Built Environment

Laura Kerley: Humanities

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Tuesday, August 25, 2020 - 11:52