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The cycle ride of Suzanne’s life…

In May 2018 Suzanne Collier, founder of bookcareers.com, will be cycling the C2C, from Whitehaven to Tynemouth, 140 miles over three days for The Book Trade Charity.  This is a cycle ride which she describes as ‘the cycle ride of her life; an impossible dream that she never thought would happen’. To support Suzanne and […]

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bookcareers.com: How to Job Search in Book Publishing

Would you like to know EVERYTHING there is to know about job searching in book publishing?
Are you beginning your job search?

Or maybe you’ve been looking for a while and getting nowhere.
Whether you are established in your publishing career or just starting out, this course is for you. You will learn all there is to know about how to find a job in book publishing. Even if you think you already ‘know it all’ you are likely to come away from the course having learnt something new.

We incorporate all aspects of job searching – from CVs, covering letters, interviews (including competency based interviews), networking, social media, Recruitment Consultants, branding, where to find jobs – and add in lots of valuable inside information that is essential in today’s ever-changing job climate.

“An incredibly helpful day, full of useful information.”

The industry is changing at a rapid rate and so is the way that employers recruit staff. Bookcareers are right at the front of the queue when learning about these changes, as we are regularly in touch with employers and recruiters across the industry. During this one day course we will share with you the tools that you need to help you find your own job and ways forward, so that you have the knowledge to go and get the job that you really want.

“Very helpful seminar, having everything you need to know in one day is the best way to approach it”

This is a LIVE day – everything is tailored for those in the room. It is interactive; you have input and are able to ask questions and receive feedback at all times. Out of the whole day, there is only one 30 minute Powerpoint presentation – all other content is delivered with you and your unique situation in mind.
Lunch and refreshments are included, along with a notebook, pen, folder and course handouts.

Please see the Eventbrite page for more details, including a schedule for the day.

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bookcareers.com: How to Job Search in Book Publishing

Would you like to know EVERYTHING there is to know about job searching in book publishing?
Are you beginning your job search?

Or maybe you’ve been looking for a while and getting nowhere.
Whether you are established in your publishing career or just starting out, this course is for you. You will learn all there is to know about how to find a job in book publishing. Even if you think you already ‘know it all’ you are likely to come away from the course having learnt something new.

We incorporate all aspects of job searching – from CVs, covering letters, interviews (including competency based interviews), networking, social media, Recruitment Consultants, branding, where to find jobs – and add in lots of valuable inside information that is essential in today’s ever-changing job climate.

“An incredibly helpful day, full of useful information.”

The industry is changing at a rapid rate and so is the way that employers recruit staff. Bookcareers are right at the front of the queue when learning about these changes, as we are regularly in touch with employers and recruiters across the industry. During this one day course we will share with you the tools that you need to help you find your own job and ways forward, so that you have the knowledge to go and get the job that you really want.

“Very helpful seminar, having everything you need to know in one day is the best way to approach it”

This is a LIVE day – everything is tailored for those in the room. It is interactive; you have input and are able to ask questions and receive feedback at all times. Out of the whole day, there is only one 30 minute Powerpoint presentation – all other content is delivered with you and your unique situation in mind.
Lunch and refreshments are included, along with a notebook, pen, folder and course handouts.

Please see the Eventbrite page for more details, including a schedule for the day.

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bookcareers.com: How to Job Search in Book Publishing

Would you like to know EVERYTHING there is to know about job searching in book publishing?
Are you beginning your job search?

Or maybe you’ve been looking for a while and getting nowhere.
Whether you are established in your publishing career or just starting out, this course is for you. You will learn all there is to know about how to find a job in book publishing. Even if you think you already ‘know it all’ you are likely to come away from the course having learnt something new.

We incorporate all aspects of job searching – from CVs, covering letters, interviews (including competency based interviews), networking, social media, Recruitment Consultants, branding, where to find jobs – and add in lots of valuable inside information that is essential in today’s ever-changing job climate.

“An incredibly helpful day, full of useful information.”

The industry is changing at a rapid rate and so is the way that employers recruit staff. Bookcareers are right at the front of the queue when learning about these changes, as we are regularly in touch with employers and recruiters across the industry. During this one day course we will share with you the tools that you need to help you find your own job and ways forward, so that you have the knowledge to go and get the job that you really want.

“Very helpful seminar, having everything you need to know in one day is the best way to approach it”

This is a LIVE day – everything is tailored for those in the room. It is interactive; you have input and are able to ask questions and receive feedback at all times. Out of the whole day, there is only one 30 minute Powerpoint presentation – all other content is delivered with you and your unique situation in mind.
Lunch and refreshments are included, along with a notebook, pen, folder and course handouts.

Please see the Eventbrite page for more details, including a schedule for the day.

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bookcareers.com: Clinic at the London Book Fair 2017

Do you want to have a quick chat with a Human Resources Manager from a UK book publisher? Or speak to one of the industry Recruitment Consultants? Maybe get Careers Guidance from bookcareers.com? Then join us in the bookcareers.com Clinic where we will have a room full of industry specialists waiting to answer your questions. Time is limited to approximately 5-10 minutes per person, and you will be seen on a first come, first served basis. You can also leave your CV to be shown to those recruiting after the show, or view the vacancies on our job vacancy noticeboard.

The bookcareers.com Clinic will be taking place in the Olympia Room at the London Book Fair. You need a ticket for the London Book Fair for entry into the Careers Clinic. If you are unemployed or unable to gain a ticket from your place of work, we have a limited number of free tickets available – see the FAQs below. Once you have got your ticket for the London Book Fair, you can save time at the door by pre-registering for the Careers Clinic here.

Click here for more details, including FAQs.

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CAREERS CLINIC TO RETURN TO LBF

After a break of over 10 years, we are delighted to announce that the bookcareers.com Careers Clinic will be returning to the London Book Fair (LBF), supported by The Publishers Association. The bookcareers.com Careers Clinic is where anyone attending the LBF can receive an informal careers chat with a Human Resources Manager, Recruitment Consultant or Training […]

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Happy Birthday bookcareers.com

It is difficult to believe that bookcareers.com has been on line for 16 years this month. Here is a little video we put together to help remind you our achievements (and a glimpse back to what the Internet looked like in 1999). Ensure you sign up to our newsletter using the box below to find […]

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