Engineers Australia offers a range of career services for student and graduate members. The Careers Hub offers a range of online services to assist students and graduates transition from university into the working world and beyond.
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A cover letter is usually the first communication you have with a potential new employer so it's important to make sure it is professional and well structured. Check out our cover letter template which contains some good examples that will catch an employers eye and increase your interview chances.
LinkedIn can be a really useful tool for especially when you know how to use it to your advantage. Follow these tips to help you use this professional networking tool effectively.
A resume is a summary of your work experience and education as a portfolio for you to showcase your skills to a potential employer, think of it as a marketing tool rather than a report. A perfect resume is succinct and grabs the reader’s attention by demonstrating that you are the right person to do a particular job.
Fortune favours the brave when networking. So Engineers Australia have compiled some ‘go-to’ conversation starters to help you start meeting and connecting with industry.
The first impression we make on people is crucial. That’s why introducing yourself with a strong “elevator speech” is so important. Elevator pitches aren’t just for the elevator, use them every time you meet someone new in a professional setting – careers fair, networking event or when asked about yourself in an interview.
working towards the Chartered credential can provide the guidance you need to gain the practical experience and knowledge that all engineers require!