Using CareerConnect | Using CareerConnect – Oxford University Careers Service
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About CareerConnect

CareerConnect is the password protected part of The Careers Service website – just for Oxford students, alumni and current research staff. You can use it to search upcoming events, book appointments, and find jobs.

How to log-in

Click on the CareerConnect icon

To log-in, click the CareerConnect icon next to the search icon on any page. Log-in buttons will slide in, and you can choose the appropriate button.

No account?

If you do not have a CareerConnect account and are a matriculated student Oxford University, please contact us at reception@careers.ox.ac.uk.

If you are an alum, you can sign up for an account on the CareerConnect alumni homepage.

If you are a recruiter, you can click on “Organisation sign up” on the Employer log-in page, and create an account. To get to the page, click on the CareerConnect icon, as above.

If you are a member of Oxford’s Research Staff, you can register for an account by clicking on the CareerConnect logo, selecting “Research staff log-in” and following instructions to register.

CareerConnect - Guide for students, researchers & alumni

If you need any help, please refer to our comprehensive Guide to CareerConnect that should answer all your questions.

If you have issues that are not addressed in the Guide, please email reception@careers.ox.ac.uk.

CareerConnect - Guide for recruiters

Please download our Employers Guide to CareerConnect pdf. If you need further assistance, please email recruiters@careers.ox.ac.uk.

This information was last updated on 12 July 2016.
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Recent blogs about Using CareerConnect

Careers with a PhD: Your interest in a possible new event?

Blogged by Rachel Bray on December 2, 2016.

We are looking at specific ways to extend our services to DPhil students and postdocs/research staff.

Please help us understand your interest by completing our short survey as soon as possible

Thank you and best wishes,

Dr Rachel Bray, Careers Adviser for research students and research staff

 

Entrepreneurship and your intellectual property: Training opportunity

Posted on behalf of Anne Millar, MPLS. Blogged by Rachel Bray on December 2, 2016.
  • What: Tuesday 13 December, 9:30 to 12:30
  • Where: The Library, Sherrington Building

Has your research produced an idea for a new product or business?

Come and learn about patenting and how to protect your intellectual property from Prof Pete Dobson, highly successful academic and serial entrepreneur.

Visit Protecting your Intellectual Property for further details and to book your place.

Any queries, please contact: anne.miller@mpls.ox.ac.uk

Previous participants said:

“Peter was fantastic, both an interesting and highly useful talk. I will certainly be looking out for more of his lectures on IP/Business.”

“Highly recommend this course. One of the best I have ever attended in Oxford.”

 

Your PhD as a step into finance : Meet Deutsche Bank

Blogged by Rachel Bray on December 2, 2016.

Are you exploring options beyond your DPhil or post-doc, and keen to continue using your research skills? Ever wondered what a career in banking and finance could involve?

Come along on Wednesday evening to a casual networking session to meet and chat to Deutsche Bank employees about how they use their research background in Strategy or Research roles, and what opportunities are open to you.

As it is a closed event, please register in order to attend.

Further details

What and when? Networking drinks/snacks, Wednesday 7th December 6 – 8pm, 

Where? The Garden Room, Oxford Careers Service, 56 Banbury Road, OX2 6PA.

Deutsche Bank Strats

Deutsche Bank Strats is an integral part of the Global Markets business. Strategists are responsible for developing analytics to serve traders and senior management in all quantitative aspects of the business: product valuation, risk management, model development.

Deutsche Bank Research

Deutsche Bank’s Research team offers truly global and industry knowledge. Our comprehensive, in-depth, multi-asset-class research product means we consistently outperform competitors. Our teams deal with a range of functions from asset allocation to economic forecasting and cover all major global industry sectors.

The skills you’ll need

You will be a final or penultimate year PhD student. Strong quantitative, mathematical and programming skills and a keen interest in the financial markets. Beyond that, we’ll be looking for strong communication and influencing skills, along with a record of outstanding academic achievement, you’ll have the determination to build a long-term career in investment banking.

Get free start-up mentoring at the Saïd Business School!

Posted on behalf of Oxford VIEW. Blogged by John Gilbert on December 1, 2016.

The Oxford VIEW workshop programme from the Entrepreneurship Centre at Oxford Saïd offers FREE, hands-on peer learning with support from experts and mentors.

It runs over a 6-week period in both Hilary and Trinity terms, and  is open to any venture with at least one Oxford University student, alum or staff member on the founding team.

Applications to participate in VIEW in Hilary Term are now open, and will close on December 12th. 

The Hilary programme itself will start on January 30th.

You can see further information – including a short film explaining more about the programme, with testimonials from students who have previously participated – on the Oxford VIEW webpages.

2 days left to complete the Student Barometer survey

Posted on behalf of Oxford University Student Admin. Blogged by John Gilbert on December 1, 2016.

Just a reminder that the survey closes this Friday at midnight. The results of the survey are widely used by colleges, departments, the central University and OUSU so we do strongly encourage you to complete it, if you have not done so already. Each student receives a unique hyperlink to the survey (with some basic course data pre-populated) in an email sent from the Academic Registrar.

Final year undergraduates are not surveyed as they will be asked to do the NSS survey next term.

If you have any questions, please contact student.information@admin.ox.ac.uk

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