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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HSBC Asia-Pacific Opportunities

HSBC are actively seeking Durham candidates for their Asia-Pacific Management Programmes in the following countries:

Bangladesh      China      Hong Kong      Indonesia      Japan      Korea      Macau  Malaysia      Philippines      Singapore      Taiwan      Thailand      Vietnam

Please note- deadlines for China and Hong Kong are the 11th of November.

Programmes vary by country, from specialist programmes which offer the specific knowledge and experience required to build a successful future within the scope of a single business function, to generalist programmes that offer the all-round skills and exposure vital to a cross-functional career operating across the breadth of business operations.

If you are interested in developing a high potential career in the banking industry in the Asia-Pacific region, please visit www.hsbc.com/careers/asia-pacific or the HSBC website in the respective country of interest for more information.

Reverend Leonard pursues PhD

Name:  Rev. Leonard Wee

Reverend Leonard Wee next to Durham Cathedral

Degree: MA Theology and Religion

Graduated: 2009

Nationality: Singapore

Employer: The Presbyterian Church in Singapore

Current course: PhD Theology at Durham University

When the Presbyterian Church in Singapore offered me a scholarship to further my theological education, I chose to come to Durham University because of its fine faculty, its long tradition of excellence in biblical research, and its beautiful surroundings. I was not disappointed! The one year in my MA course had been most profitable; the professors paid careful attention to my work, and their feedback enabled me to sharpen my thinking and theological skills.

 I am currently into the second year of my PhD programme at Durham. On top of the excellent supervision that I am receiving for my research, I enjoy the weekly postgraduate seminars in the Theology and Religion department. Here, we interact with our fellow PhD students, professors, and renowned scholars from all over the world who are invited to speak. It has been an exhilarating experience for me at Durham, and I am sure that goes for the other 160 or so PhD students at the Theology and Religion department as well!

 When I return to Singapore, I will be serving under the Synod of the Presbyterian Church and will be teaching full-time at the Trinity Theological College. I look forward to making my contribution to nurture a new generation of leaders and pastors for the church in Singapore-Malaysia, Asia and S.E. Asia!