HAYS RECRUITMENT – INFORMATION DAY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

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TAKE YOUR FIRST STEP TO A SUCCESSFUL CAREER IN RECRUITMENT

Date & Time: 6th September, 13:00 – 16:00

Venue: Hays London Cheapside Office, 107 Cheapside, London EC2V 6DB

Hays recruitment invite you to apply for their Information Day for International Students and asked us to share the information below with you:

At Hays, we are the world’s leading recruiting experts in qualified, professional and skilled people. Our deep expertise across 21 specialised industries and professions makes us unparalleled recruiters in the world of work. We place around 15,000 candidates into permanent jobs each year and around 11,000+ people into temporary assignments.

We have 248 offices across 33 countries globally. Hays Asia is the fastest growing region and is still expanding! We are looking for ambitious, passionate individuals to join one of our 12 offices across 5 Asian countries including China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia.

A recruitment career at Hays is like no other! This is a fantastic opportunity to get to know the company, the job as a Recruitment Consultant and the company culture within Hays. Come and spend a day to find out more! The Information Day contains a presentation, an individual exercise and a group exercise – a fun and educational day guaranteed!

How to apply: Please take a look at the Hays website and fully research Hays and the industry, then send your resume, a cover letter explaining why you are interested in Hays to Wei.Wei2@hays.com.

We will be in touch. Please make the title of your email as: Hays Information Day London – [Your Name]

*This Information Day is specifically for students who have one of the Asian language abilities OR have visa eligibility to work in one of the Asian countries mentioned above. *Business attire is required and this is a by invitation only, free event.

*Please be on time.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Wei Wei, Asia International Internal Recruitment Manager E-mail: Wei.Wei2@hays.com

 

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Jing at Imperial

Name: Jing Pang

Degree: Physics MPhys

Graduated: 2009

Nationality: Malaysian

Current position: PhD at Imperial College London

 While I was investigating universities in UK, I created a shortlist of possibilities. In the end, I chose Durham University not only because of its high quality research and teaching in the Physics Department but also the opportunity to immerse myself in a collegiate environment full of student events. I joined several societies and enjoyed making friends from various backgrounds.

My main interest is the application of modern technology and bringing this into the market. Therefore, other than academic study and social life, it was also very important to consider other aspects of skills such as business awareness and entrepreneurship to help my career in the future. In Durham University, the Careers Employability and Enterprise Centre helped me to cover these aspects by providing various activities throughout the years to help every student who would like to increase their transferable skills and employability. One of the activities I attended was a three day entrepreneurship course in partnership with other companies such as IBM. This course greatly helped me to develop some business awareness and other soft skills which are not obvious in my physical science academic study. In my final year, I was applying for a research and development position and the Careers Centre helped me significantly in the application process by checking my CV and giving me interview advice. With their help, I was offered the job.

Durham University has taught me to always expand my horizons and improve myself. So after a year of working in industry, I am now doing full-time PhD research in the Materials Department of Imperial College London with a full scholarship. I would like to say that studying in Durham University is a unique experience and fun while giving students ample opportunity to enhance their employability.