We are committed to supporting the career development of our post doctoral research staff.
This support is available whether you intend to continue in an academic career or are considering career options outside academia.
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In line with the University's COVID-19 guidelines, we are now offering careers appointments via Microsoft Teams, Skype or phone. If you want to book an appointment, please email Kirstin Barnard, Research Staff and PhD Careers Adviser.
These appointments can be used for:
Career Development Toolkit for Researchers
Building Academic Job Applications: A Quick and Practical Guide for Early Career Researchers
The Essential Guide to Moving Up the Academic Career Ladder
What Do Research Staff Do Next? 2016 Report
You will need to register with Vitae to access this report. The University has Vitae membership so please register using your UoN email address.
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