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Job Hunting 101: Networking and the Hidden Job Market

All job seekers


It's a big scary world out there in the job market.. WHERE do you start and HOW do you stand out?

About this Event

The hidden job market – how do you find opportunities that aren’t necessarily advertised? How do you become a stronger candidate in the agency world? Join us as we will highlight ways to connect with new circles as the job market continues to change. In this webinar, and as recruitment experts, we'll walk-through some valuable information you can take away to feel confident in your job search, such as:
  • Practical advice for connecting to people within and outside of your community.
  • How to market yourself and your online profile (LinkedIn, how you appear on Google searches, social media privacy settings)
  • Tips on handling rejection in the networking space or in job applications, and how to ask for feedback
  • Hidden job market – how to stand out!

About the Speaker

Leigh Davies is a Client Relationship Manager for Drake International, Melbourne. He has over 5 years of experience in the recruitment space within Office Support, Supply Chain and Procurement, IT and Data Science, dealing with a wide range of technical roles across Government, Not-for-Profit and Commercial sectors around Melbourne and interstate. Leigh provides feedback to all candidates he interviews to encourage them to land their next role and tailors the feedback to better shape their resume and career path. He has been a speaker for a number of University boot camps for local and international students, recruitment webinars, job expos and is proud to have placed many of these students into roles.

Virtual event

Date: Thursday, July 30, 2020
Time: 1:00 am - 2:00 am
Timezone: UTC+10 (check your local time here)

Registration required? No

Cost: Free

Full event details: Job Hunting 101: Networking and the Hidden Job Market

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