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The Careers Team is made up of Careers Advisers, Employability Advisers and Trainers.
Each school/faculty has a designated Careers Adviser (see below) who you can speak with to explore your options and plan for your career. Thinking about life after LJMU will allow you to assess the options you have, the paths you can take, and give you time to prepare for the next step. The Careers Advisers can show you what previous students from your course have gone on to do, what your subject area prepares you for and how to find out about particular jobs after graduation. Careers Advisers are available to speak with if you want to explore ideas in depth.
Gary looks after the School of Humanities and Social Science and the School of Justice Studies and is based at Aldham Robarts Careers Zone.
Liz looks after Liverpool Screen School and Liverpool School of Art and Design and is based at Aldham Robarts Library.
Hayley looks after the School of Nursing and Allied Health, the School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, and the School of Psychology and is based at Byrom Street Careers Zone.
Laura looks after the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences (students based at the city centre campus only) and the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences and is based at Byrom Street Careers Zone.
Andy looks after the Faculty of Engineering and Technology and is based at Byrom Street Careers Zone.
Linda looks after the School of Law and Liverpool Business School and is based at Aldham Robarts Careers Zone.
Keren looks after the School of Education and the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences (students based at IM Marsh campus only) and is based at IM Marsh Careers Zone.
Employability Advisers can help you prepare to apply for jobs, volunteering and postgraduate opportunities. They can review and provide expert advice on your CVs, application forms and personal statements for jobs or postgraduate opportunities. Whether you are looking for casual work, summer work, a sandwich placement, a graduate job or a postgraduate course, the Employability Advisers can help you make your application effective. The Employability Advisers can also discuss work experience and skill development opportunities with you, and can discuss how to best prepare for interviews.
Gwyneth Tyrer (Aldham Careers Zone)
Jenny Hammond (Aldham Careers Zone)
Anja Heid (Byrom Careers Zone)
Nicola Davenport (Byrom Careers Zone)
Karen Forman (Byrom Careers Zone)
Sally Beyer (IM Marsh Careers Zone and Byrom Careers Zone)
The training team deliver all CareerSmart: Explore sessions for Level 4 students as well as our programme of workshops and webinars. They are also available for interview practice sessions (IPS). Call into your nearest Careers Zone or call 0151 231 2048/3719 to book an IPS.