jobs initiative

The merits of social networking sites such as Twitter and LinkedIn in job hunting were among the topics discussed at the Oxford  job club held at Oxford Brookes University in March. Guest speaker Claire Russell, HR Advisor at John Wiley & Sons, Oxford, outlined Wiley’s recruitment procedures, and initiated a lively discussion on how to look for a job, how to write the best CV and  interview tips and techniques.

If you are from the publishing industry but are currently not working and if  you have undertaken considerable work experience placements or temporary jobs but have not yet found anything permanent, then the jobs initiative could be for you. is running a series of meetings in Oxford to help unemployed publishers with careers advice, job searching, interview techniques and of course how best to present your CV.

The next Oxford meeting will take place at Oxford Brookes University on 29 April is cancelled.

To find out if you have the right experience, just send an email with your cv to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). These meetings are by invitation only, so please contact Suzanne as quickly as possible.

Admission is free and we aim to help everyone from Assistants to Directors!

Further information about can be found at

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