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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.

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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.

 

CareerConnect - Guide for students and alumni

Coming soon! If you have trouble in the meantime, 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.

About CareerConnect

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

This information was last updated on 18 September 2015.
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Recent blogs about Using CareerConnect

DEADLINE for Micro-internship applications this Sunday!

Posted on behalf of The Internship Office. Blogged by Andrew Laithwaite on February 4, 2016.

There is still time to apply for a micro-internship for 9th week of this term!

Micro-internships are convenient 2-5 day voluntary work placements, hosted by organizations of all shapes and sizes across Oxfordshire and London. They are an excellent way to secure valuable experience for your CV, and to gain insight into areas of professional interest.

Placements for Hilary term are currently available across an extensive range of fields, from international development consultancy and work with medieval manuscripts, to software development and market research.

If you are interested in a particular sector,  you can see which micro-internships opportunities are particularly relevant by looking at the sector breakdown of micro-internship opportunities. Many of the opportunities are relevant to more than one sector.

All placements can be seen in more detail on CareerConnect, where you can also apply. The application process is easy, and only requires a one-page CV and a 300 word personal statement. Further information about the programme itself can be found on the Micro-Internship Programme webpage.

Be quick – the deadline for applications is midnight this Sunday 7 February!

Please contact micro-internships@careers.ox.ac.uk if you have any questions about the programme.

International Internships available through the Internship Programme!

Blogged by Rachel Ruscombe-King on February 4, 2016.

The Oxford University Internship Programme (OUIP) has summer internships available exclusively for Oxford students, which are all being advertised on CareerConnect now!

Students can apply for three international internships through the programme, with an application deadline of February 21st. Hundreds of global opportunities are available in education, international development, finance, scientific research, heritage and museums, and much more. Select ‘Internship Office and Skills Programmes’ on CareerConnect to search vacancies.

UK internships will also be advertised through the Internship Programme from February 22nd onwards, and ‘late batch’ vacancies will be available from mid-March.

For help with applications to specific OUIP internships, you can come to the Careers Service during a drop-in session. One to one meetings are given on a first come first served basis, and can last up to 15 minutes, during which you can discuss your internship goals, or seek feedback on a CV or personal statement. The drop-in sessions run twice a week in Hilary term,  and dates are listed in the Internship Programme drop-ins table.

For more information on the Internship Programme, there is also an information session taking place at the Careers Service at 5pm on Thursday 4th February.

Oxford Global Health Careers Fair, 15 February 2016

Posted on behalf of Claire Chesworth. Blogged by Claire Chesworth on February 4, 2016.

Oxford Global Health Group are running their annual global health careers fair  on Monday 15th February, 18:00-20:30, in the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, South Parks Road, Oxford.

For further information and a full list of organisations who are attending, please see their Facebook group.

Solicitor Vacation Scheme for Finalists

Posted on behalf of Hogan Lovells. Blogged by Juliet Tomlinson on February 4, 2016.

If you are a final year student or graduate (law or non-law) then you are welcome to apply for an Easter or Summer vacation scheme at international law firm, Hogan Lovells.

As a final year student and graduate, both law and non-law you will have the opportunity to work alongside partners, associates and trainees in key practice areas such as corporate, finance and litigation. You will experience the role of a trainee first-hand for two or three weeks.

The vacation schemes will introduce you to life in a global law firm, enable you to network and learn from lawyers and give you hints and tips on the application process for training contracts.

The closing date is February 19th, 2016. See Hogan Lovells’ website for details. Please note that Hogan Lovells are just in the process of updating their website text but you are able to apply from now on!

Careers in the Public Sector (panel talk)

Posted on behalf of Claire Chesworth. Blogged by Claire Chesworth on February 4, 2016.
  • When: Wednesday 10th February, 2.30pm
  • Where: The Careers Service, 56 Banbury Road

This year’s Careers in the Public Sector panel event is a unique opportunity to find out more about graduate jobs within the public sector. We have alumni who are working in a range of areas which include public policy (both international and national), social care and the police force. Come and find out more about how to make a difference with your career.

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