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Last updated: 19 Oct 2020 10:41am

Careers and Employability

CareersHub COVID-19 Update

Please note that due toCovid-19 there are no face-to-face appointments being arranged at the moment. All meetings are being held on MS Team or by telephone (if located in the UK).

City CareersHub for Doctoral Researchers

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Antonia Clark is the City Careers Consultant who works with Doctoral Researchers. She has a degree in English from the University of Kent and the Postgraduate Diploma in Careers Guidance from the University of Reading, together with over 33 years of work experience as a careers consultant. She has worked with university students for the last 13 years, was previously Head of Careers for a large multi-sited London college and has also worked as a private practitioner.

You can book an appointment online to see Antonia for either 20 or 40 minutes directly via the City CareersHub.

Topics that you might like to explore with Antonia during an appointment include:

  • Preparing or reviewing academic CVs and related job application documents
  • Preparing or reviewing non-academic CVs, cover letters, personal statements, etc
  • Career choice and planning, including the pros and cons of academic and non-academic careers, moving into a career outside academia/positioning yourself for transitioning out of academia - possible career pathways, making choices, describing transferable skills, etc
  • Interview skills
  • Mock interview – please upload a person specification/job description for the role you are applying for to Careershub in advance if possible when booking your appointment. These appointments are 40 minutes.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with Antonia if you would like to receive careers support. Although Antonia has a remit for working with Doctoral Researchers, all CareerHub colleagues are also available to see Doctoral researchers.