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Each term we invite recruiters from a wide range of organisations to take part in our Recruiter in Residence sessions. Recruiter in Residence sessions consist of a half day of 15 minute one-to-one sessions with students. These sessions offer you the opportunity to meet with students at Oxford Careers Service in a familiar and informal environment.

The content of these sessions is left entirely up to you! You may use the time to see students on a one-to-one basis to review and provide advice on their CVs and applications or you may choose to leave the session as a generic session, whereby, students could approach you with any application or interview queries they may have or any other questions about working for your organisation or within your sector. We feel these sessions provide a great opportunity to raise your profile amongst the student body, provide your expert advice and share information from both sides.


How to book

Recruiter in Residence is free for our Recruiters’ Group Members. For other employers, who are not members of the Recruiters’ Group, the following charge applies:

• Morning: 10.00-13.00 (3 hours, maximum of 12 students) for £110+VAT
• Afternoon: 13.00-17.00 (4 hours, maximum of 16 students) for £160+VAT

Recruiter in Residence sessions can take place anytime during term time; during Hilary (Winter) Term we can offer dates and times to suit you, on a first-come, first-served basis. In Michaelmas (Autumn) Term, bookings are initially restricted to Recruiters’ Group members only. If you are a Recruiters’ Group member you will receive, by email, an invitation to book Recruiter in Residence sessions.  If any sessions remain unbooked by Recruiters’ Group members, these opportunities will become available to all recruiters.

To find out more please email recruiters@careers.ox.ac.uk or phone us on 01865 274663.


 

This information was last updated on 13 December 2019.
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