Graduate Recruitment Blog Australia

Tell us about your background in recruitment?

I am a passionate and dedicated Recruitment Professional with over 5 years’ experience in the private and public sectors. At university I tailored my qualifications to focus on my area of interest; Human Resource Management and graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Tourism. Whilst I was studying, I became a tutor to further develop my skills and knowledge. I also volunteered at reputable organisations to gain practical skills and experience.

With proven success in large scale recruitment projects, I am proficient in end to end recruitment within a best practice methodology. I have recruitment experience in various industries and I have successfully recruited for Fortune 500 companies and top tier organisations such as the big four banks and leading telecommunications providers.

Throughout my career, I have provided interview coaching and resume writing skills to hundreds of candidates to assist them in their search for work.

My successful career can be attributed to my passion to succeed.

How is the graduate employment market in 2014?

The graduate employment market in 2014 is competitive with many recruiters still hesitant of hiring graduates. Graduate programs for 2015 will have smaller intakes than previous years and with the proportion of tertiary educated employees increasing it sounds like it is all doom and gloom for graduates, but do not despair! The mid to long term prospects for graduates is looking positive so be prepared to be patient and diligent in your search for employment. The news is good for technical graduates with demand for their skill sets growing steadily.

The graduate employment market has had to evolve to keep up with the times. More and more employers are advertising graduate jobs online with an increasing emphasis on social media. This means you get up-to-date information directly from the employer. Linked In is also a great means of networking. So like, follow and connect with your employers of choice.

Why is having a good résumé and cover letter important for graduates?

A great resume and cover letter is your ticket to an interview and a stepping stone to your dream graduate job. It is your opportunity to sell your skills and experience to employers. Your resume and cover letter should explain how you can add value for the employer. Recruiters can receive hundreds of applications for Graduate positions and a polished resume can make you stand out from the crowd.

So what makes a great resume and cover letter? One that is specific and relevant. With resumes, one size certainly does not fit all. You must tailor your resume to each and every position you apply for. If this sounds like a lot of work, think of it as in investment. If you invest your time and energy now, this could lead to a job with one of Australia’s leading employers.

What are common mistakes in graduate resumes?

The Mistake: Spelling and grammatical errors
The Solution: Spelling check, spell check, spell check. I would recommend asking a friend or family member to proofread your resume or better yet, ask an expert!

The Mistake: A generic resume
The Solution: As I mentioned earlier, tailor your resume to the position you are applying for. See above for further details.

The Mistake: Too much personal information
The Solution: Delete it. Recruiters are not interested in your age, race or religion and save that lovely new photo for your Facebook profile picture as photos are not welcome on your resume.

The Mistake: Focussing on responsibilities
The Solution: Many graduates focus on their responsibilities rather than their achievements. Quantifying your achievements emphasises them and will help you stand out from the crowd.

The Mistake: Poor formatting
The Solution: Resumes should have good flow so make sure your formatting is clear and consistent and you choose a font that is easy to read. Opt for bullet points over long paragraphs as unfortunately most recruiters will not read paragraphs. Also, templates are an excellent way to ensure your formatting looks good.

How long should a graduate résumé be?

There are no concrete rules regarding the length of your resume instead you should focus on including relevant information in an easy to read format. In saying this, graduate resumes are typically 1-2 pages with an additional page for your cover letter. I would recommend including a summary at the top of your resume. This should provide a brief snapshot of education and experience as well as your objective which should of course be aligned with the position you are submitting an application for. It is important to detail your education, employment history and technical competencies. As a graduate you may not have extensive experience so focus on your achievements within internships, placements, extracurricular activities and volunteer positions.

How can you differentiate yourself from other graduates?

Cover letters are an excellent way to differentiate yourself from other graduates. You can stamp your personality on a cover letter but remember it still needs to be professional.

Another great way to differentiate yourself is to call the recruiter and introduce yourself. Recruiters are busy people so make this call short and sweet. Introduce yourself and reiterate your interest in the position. It is a good idea to ask a question or clarify the details of the position; just make sure the answer is not already in the job advertisement!

Leave it to the professionals. Grad Resumes is a professional resume and cover letter writing service based locally in Melbourne. Dedicated HR Professionals can provide valuable guidance and advice which could help you land the job of your dreams!

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Tertiary to Work - Canberra Careers Fair 2014 - 21st March 2014

If you’re a University student in Canberra, this is the event you need to check out.

The Tertiary to Work Careers Fair is your opportunity to meet with representatives from various organisations and departments, and to discover the employment opportunities they offer. The majority will be seeking to promote opportunities for final year students to join their organisation as a graduate recruit. Some organisations will also have formal vacation employment and internship opportunities for earlier year students. So whether you will be in your final year or not. the event will be useful to you in researching employers and your career options.

Who will be at the Fair?

Employers representing the private sector, state and federal government departments and industry bodies will attend the fair to promote their company and its employment opportunities to students from a range of degree disciplines. Employers representing the private sector, state and federal government departments and industry bodies will attend the fair to promote their company and its employment opportunities to students from a range of degree disciplines.

What do I wear?

Neat and casual clothing will be appropriate. This is not a formal interview, but first impressions are very important.

To find out more about the event visit the website here: www.onqconferences.com.au/events/ttw2014.php

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Mobile Site Testing Checklist

by David Jenkins March 10th, 2014

Mobile Site Testing Checklist

It's no surprise that mobile traffic's again on the rise. Well done to all employers who have optimised for mobile. Remember you're going to be getting mobile traffic whether you want to or not, so it's not something you can ignore. Between phones and tablets almost 25% of our total users are visiting from mobile devices. With this sort of growth it's likely that employers will have to cater for mobile applications in the future. We'll be looking out for any first movers over the next 12 months.

Analytics

Mobile Test - Finding out how you're doing.

Do you think you're optimised for mobile, but not sure? Take your smart phone - start by searching for your program on Google and going through your careers site. This will give you a good idea of what 25% of your graduate traffic is experiencing.

We've also got a few useful tips that you can use to test your site for mobile:

1) Take out anything that may be frustrating for the user. This includes:

  • Pop up windows - automatic ads to a mobile app that block the user from going straight to your site. Instead have a less intrusive banner ad directing them to download the app.
  • Remove all features and plugins that won't show up on the users device. These are things like Flash banners that won't show on the latest versions of IOS or Android. Also try and decrease image file size as much as possible to speed up any slow data connections.
  • Try to avoid having a mobile version of the site that restricts what the user can do. If you do have a mobile site separate from your desktop send tablet users to your desktop.

2) Build your site using responsive web design.

This is a must for any new sites and basically takes away the need to have a separate mobile site and desktop site. Responsive web design means that your website will work well on devices of any size - it responds to the size. However if you can't rebuild your current site using responsive web design request that any new features be built in responsive CSS and HTML5.

HTML5

Above - Tools that will allow you to build a responsive site.

3) Connect with the graduates and use mobile device capability

  • Encourage the graduate to connect with you - even if they can't apply on mobile, e.g. allow the user to login with their Facebook, Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo accounts.
  • Create a unique experience for logged in users.
  • Improve sharing or social behaviour and allow the user to create unique content to share.
  • Use smartphone features like camera and GPS.
  • Use mobile intuitive functionality such as shaking, swiping and tapping.

This may seem like it's a long way off your current website. However it describes the websites that students are spending their time on using their mobile devices. If you can incorporate all of these points in your website and application form, you are probably starting to imagine how a mobile application process might look and that it's really not that far fetched.

Quick Mobile Spot Check Test

Use the Hub Spot Device Lab to see how your site currently looks on different mobile devices and what sort of traffic your getting from each device. - http://snippets.hubspot.com/hubspot-device-lab

Please get in touch if you have any questions on mobile. [email protected]

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4 reasons why Social Media has to be on your radar for graduate employment

Social media is changing our lives, and looks set to be a driving force for business in the future. Social media guru and acclaimed author of ‘Socialnomics’, Erik Qualman, suggests that we don’t have a choice on whether we do social media, rather the question is how well we do it. So here are four reasons why you can’t ignore it.

Reach

Social media platforms have grown at an alarming rate and their reach is staggering. Consider this; if Facebook were a country it would be the third largest. Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Britney Spears (who appeal to the youth market) have more followers then the entire populations of Germany, South Africa and… Australia! Shifting focus to the graduate population, social media allows you to engage with a far bigger audience. Think about the Aussie kid that won a scholarship to Yale. She’s probably someone you’d want to be talking to. But how do you make that connection with traditional graduate campaigns? Social media enables a paradigm shift when it comes to reach and allows you to considerably change your strategy with regard to which, and how many, graduates you target.

Education

In the past potential graduates would read static websites and annual reports as well as scratching around in newspapers for relevant information about their potential employers. They’d attend an interview and deliver a scripted comment about the ‘return on investment’ that the organisation achieved 12 months ago, or possibly, the latest trading statement released in the newspaper a couple weeks earlier. However this doesn’t really translate into an authentic view of the kind of work they may be involved in. Social media platforms allow organisations to educate their audience about the roles and work within their companies, and in doing so, create platform for appropriate candidates to ‘self-select’ in to the process, and those that are obviously not appropriate, to ‘self- select’ out.

Real-time engagement

Its 48 hours before applications close, and students being students, have all left it to the last minute to get their applications in. Despite a considerable increase in volume, your system is coping until the unthinkable happens… the system crashes. The tech wizards are onto it immediately but 12 hours of applications are lost and with it, the possibility of some of your best potential candidates. Even if you extend the deadline, how do you channel the message to affected candidates? The capacity to engage with graduates in real-time is unsurpassed and allows your organisation to be flexible and responsive in its communication with the target audience.

Career development skills

The number of graduates that benefit from career guidance and development skills far exceeds the small number of individuals that ultimately join programs. Unsuccessful candidates go on to pursue further opportunities with stronger interviewing, and CV writing skills. These are noble outcomes, however, the real value to the organisation is in improving the selection process. Think about the star mathematician that would make an outstanding engineer or derivatives trader. While numbers are his game, weaving a great story isn’t, and as a result, getting through the application process is hard work. The contribution made by providing students with the right skills is in allowing them to present their ‘best self’, ensuring that organisations don’t miss hidden gems.

To find out more about how your social media strategy can work for you, contact #careers at 0413 657 232 or www.hashtagcareers.com.au

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Announcing our new LGBTI profiles!

by Mike Casey February 6th, 2014

Pride In Diversity LGBTI

GradConnection is proud to announce a partnership with Pride and Diversity to help highlight opportunities for university students that identify as being LGBTI. Many students will often feel uncomfortable bringing their whole selves to an interview, or into the workplace when they secure a role.

Pride and Diversity's goal is to break down these barriers to entry for LGBTI graduates by working with, training and promoting organisations who actively encourage and support all employees, regardless of their sex, gender identity or orientation.

GradConnection has just launched a new LGBTI profile, which allows organisations that are members of Pride and Diversity to actively promote their workforce diversity. You can be assured that those organisations that are Pride in Diversity members are actively working with Australia’s peak body in LGBTI workplace inclusion to develop workplaces that are inclusive of all employees.

The first employer to adopt one of these profiles is Chevron.

For those of our members who are interested please visit Pride and Diversity at www.prideindiversity.com.au and look at becoming a member. We believe it’s a great cause and is quickly becoming an attractive differentiator in employer brand and employer culture for a wide variety of students, regardless of how they personally identify.

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Upcoming Graduate Recruitment Trends

by David Jenkins February 6th, 2014

GradConnection - Connecting you to graduates

What's different about this year?

It seems like a long time ago since the Christmas and New Year break. Now that February is here it's time to make sure you're on top of the graduate recruitment season!

This year is shaping up to be different from years past. A few trends we've noticed with employers and graduates this year are:

  • Intakes: 2015 intakes are generally smaller than 2014 intakes.
  • Last years graduates: Although a lot of graduates missed out on graduate programs in 2014, a lot are finding employment outside of graduate programs.
  • Diversity Targeting is becoming increasingly important on campaigns we're working on with employers, ie: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander targeting, Women in Engineering, IT and Finance. We're now doing diversity profiles to help target these groups. Learn more about our diversity targeting and our partnership with Pride and Diversity here.
  • More engineering graduates using the GradConnection site than accounting graduates. In the past the volume of accounting graduates was far above any other major on the site.
  • University Events: There are less employers booked into career events. We've not noticed a consistent reason for this, some of the reasons are - smaller intakes, smaller budgets, investing in online channels, team is smaller so can no longer cover as much ground to get to as many career events.
  • Applications: Graduates are applying to on average 8 employers. - There will be over 150 employers open at the same time during March 2014 on gradconnection.com.au.
  • Summer Vacs: Employers with internship or vacation programs are filling a higher percentage of their graduate program roles through these programs than they did a year earlier.
  • Business units within organisations are taking longer to make decisions as to how many graduates they want to recruit making it harder for recruitment teams to plan ahead.
  • Technology graduates are still in heavy demand, programs with a large technology intake are generally staying stable or growing.
  • High achiever graduates from group of 8 universities still tend to have options and receive multiple offers.

These trends are what we've noticed in talking to our clients and graduates over the past 12 months.

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Graduate Recruitment Consultant, Melbourne

by David Jenkins February 6th, 2014

KPMG

Experience the difference with KPMG, one of the world’s most respected and trusted professional services firms, with a progressive, open, and friendly culture. Our People, Performance & Culture (PPC) team is looking for a Graduate Recruitment Consultant to join our graduate recruitment team on a full time, permanent basis in our Melbourne office.

KPMG is one of the world’s leading professional services networks. It comprises over 135,000 people in member firms in more than 140 countries. KPMG is a leading provider of audit, tax and advisory services and offers industry insight to help organisations negotiate risks and perform in dynamic and challenging business environments. KPMG’s member firms provide a culture of learning and support in which professionals can flourish and discover their true potential. A career with KPMG is a constantly moving and exciting experience, rich with opportunities. If you want a career for all of you, talk to KPMG.

Reporting to the National Graduate Recruitment Manager, the graduate recruitment consultant will focus on managing the end to end graduate recruitment process for client groups in Melbourne. This role requires a strong interest and demonstrated ability in graduate recruitment attraction methods along with successful campaign and project management. High attention to detail and a strong ability to build relationships (both with candidates and with partners) is required.

Key aspects of this role include:

  • Manage the nationally agreed recruitment process and adhering to required service level agreements.
  • Conduct initial screening of candidates and review assessment results.
  • Provide guidance and advice to business groups (partners and managers) on selection issues, e.g. decisions on whether to offer a position to a candidate, how many candidates to interview or opportunities for sourcing appropriate candidates.
  • Advise, support, and train (as required) partners, managers and staff on their role in the recruitment process.
  • Arrange Assessment Centres including interviewers; room bookings, catering and communicating internally to managers and partners and externally to candidates.
  • Work with the wider PPC team to organise onboarding for graduate program candidates.
  • Manage effective relationships with external groups and organizations to advance the needs, profile and reputation of KPMG in Melbourne.
  • Build relationships at universities with Professors, Student Societies, Students, Careers Centres, and other relevant parties.
  • Represent KPMG at location meetings of ICAA, relevant external events (this may require attendance at functions outside of normal work hours at times)
  • Work with the national team to develop new methods to promote KPMG on campus.
  • Maintain accurate and up to date information in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
  • Gather, document and analyse qualitative and quantitative data as required throughout the graduate recruitment campaign.

To be successful this position requires:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications, preferably with a degree in commerce or human resources.
  • Previous volume recruitment experience within a large corporate or professional services environment.
  • Demonstrated project management skills.
  • Strong relationship / stakeholder management experience.
  • Strong attention to detail, with proven ability to maintain accurate data in systems, and effectively analyse results and reports.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Previous experience in working with budgets.
  • Strong employment branding and candidate attraction skills.
  • Previous experience in delivering recruitment services remotely is considered an asset.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to grow your career with a dynamic team in a progressive organization, apply today!

Resumes and cover letters can be sent to:

Juliette McGrath
Tel +61 2 9335 7405
[email protected]

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Graduate Recruitment Consultant, Sydney or Brisbane

by David Jenkins February 6th, 2014

KPMG

Experience the difference with KPMG, one of the world’s most respected and trusted professional services firms, with a progressive, open, and friendly culture. Our People, Performance & Culture (PPC) team is looking for a Graduate Recruitment Consultant to join our graduate recruitment team on a 12 month contract.

KPMG is one of the world’s leading professional services networks. It comprises over 135,000 people in member firms in more than 140 countries. KPMG is a leading provider of audit, tax and advisory services and offers industry insight to help organisations negotiate risks and perform in dynamic and challenging business environments. KPMG’s member firms provide a culture of learning and support in which professionals can flourish and discover their true potential. A career with KPMG is a constantly moving and exciting experience, rich with opportunities. If you want a career for all of you, talk to KPMG.

Reporting to the National Graduate Recruitment Manager, the graduate recruitment consultant will focus on managing the end to end graduate recruitment process for client groups in the Sydney and Brisbane offices. This role requires a strong interest and demonstrated ability in graduate recruitment attraction methods along with successful campaign and project management. High attention to detail and a strong ability to build relationships (both with candidates and with partners) is required.

Key aspects of this role include:

  • Manage the nationally agreed recruitment process and adhering to required service level agreements.
  • Conduct initial screening of candidates and review assessment results.
  • Provide guidance and advice to business groups (partners and managers) on selection issues, e.g. decisions on whether to offer a position to a candidate, how many candidates to interview or opportunities for sourcing appropriate candidates.
  • Advise, support, and train (as required) partners, managers and staff on their role in the recruitment process.
  • Arrange Assessment Centres including interviewers; room bookings, catering and communicating internally to managers and partners and externally to candidates.
  • Work with the wider PPC team to organise onboarding for graduate program candidates.
  • Manage effective relationships with external groups and organizations to advance the needs, profile and reputation of KPMG in Sydney and Brisbane.
  • Build relationships at universities with Professors, Student Societies, Students, Careers Centres, and other relevant parties.
  • Represent KPMG at location meetings of ICAA, relevant external events (this may require attendance at functions outside of normal work hours at times)
  • Work with the national team to develop new methods to promote KPMG on campus.
  • Maintain accurate and up to date information in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
  • Gather, document and analyse qualitative and quantitative data as required throughout the graduate recruitment campaign.

To be successful this position requires:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications, preferably with a degree in commerce or human resources.
  • Previous volume recruitment experience within a large corporate or professional services environment.
  • Demonstrated project management skills.
  • Strong relationship / stakeholder management experience.
  • Strong attention to detail, with proven ability to maintain accurate data in systems, and effectively analyse results and reports.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Previous experience in working with budgets.
  • Strong employment branding and candidate attraction skills.
  • Previous experience in delivering recruitment services remotely is considered an asset.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to grow your career with a dynamic team in a progressive organization, apply today!

Resumes and cover letters can be sent to:

Juliette McGrath
Tel +61 2 9335 7405
[email protected]

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Australia's Biggest Careers Expo For Undergraduates and Graduates

by AAGE , AAGE (Australia), February 4th, 2014

TheBigMeet 2014

Welcome

What is The Big Meet careers fair?

Every year Australia's leading employers travel the country looking for high quality graduates and undergraduates. The Big Meet is your opportunity to meet up to 100 of these organisations in one day and in one location.

These organistations are offering a range of options including graduate employment, voluntary work, gap years, international internships, vacation work, postgraduate education, teaching, travel and overseas opportunities. Whatever your interests, The Big Meet has something that will meet YOUR needs.

Many of our exhibiting organisations close applications in March/April 2014 - so make sure you meet them before it is too late!

The Big Meet is FREE. Come along and plan your future, meet some great people, have fun... and pick up some free stuff along the way!

Meet your friends. Meet your future at The Big Meet.

When and Where

  • PERTH 12pm - 4pm, Friday 7th March 2014 - Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre > REGISTER NOW
  • HOBART 12pm - 2pm, Tuesday 11th March 2014 - University of Tasmania > REGISTER NOW
  • SYDNEY 12pm - 4pm, Friday 14th March 2014 - Sydney Town Hall > REGISTER NOW
  • MELBOURNE 11am - 3pm, Monday 17th March 2014 - Etihad Stadium > REGISTER NOW
  • BRISBANE 11am - 2pm, Friday 28th March 2014 - Sofitel Brisbane Central > REGISTER NOW
  • ADELAIDE 11am - 2pm, Friday 4th April 2014 - Adelaide Convention Centre > REGISTER NOW

2014 Exhibitors

Over 100 organisations will be exhibiting at one or more of The Big Meet events in 2014:

Absolute Internship, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), Accenture, ACS Foundation, ACT Government, AIESEC, AMP, ANZ, APP, APRA (Australian Prudential Regulation Authority), Arrium Mining and Materials, Arup, Aurizon, Australia Post, Australian Federal Police, Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Australian Government ICT Graduate Program, Australian National Audit Office, Australian Secret Intelligence Organisation, Australian Secret Intelligence Service, Australian Taxation Office, Australian Volunteers for International Development, AustralianSuper, BDO, BHP Billiton, Bureau of Meteorology, Cancer Council NSW, Capgemini Australia, carecareers, Caterpillar, Chevron Australia, Cisco Systems, Coles, CPA Australia, CRCC Asia, Crowe Horwath, Crowe Horwath, Sydney, Curtin University, Deakin University, Defence Force Recruiting, Defence Graduate Opportunities, Deloitte., Department of Education (WA), Department of Finance (WA), Department of Health, Department of Housing (WA), Department of Human Services, Department of Industry, Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Department of Mines and Petroleum, Department of Regional Development & Department of Lands, Department of State Development, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of Treasury (WA), Dept. of Environment & Primary Industries (Vic), Dixon Advisory, Downer Edi Mining, Downer Mining, DTM Marketing, Engineers Australia, Ericsson, Fortescue Metals Group, GradConnection, Graduate Opportunities, Hatch, Hewlett-Packard, HLB Mann Judd, HOBAN Recruitment, Hydro Tasmania, IBM, iGrads, INPEX, Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia, Institute of Public Accountants, Integrated Research, IP Australia, Iscah Migration Consultants, KordaMentha, La Trobe University, Lawler McGillivray, Leighton Contractors Pty Limited, Linfox, Mainfreight, Mars Australia, McGrathNicol, Meltwater, Monadelphous, Moore Stephens, NAB, Navitas Professional, Newmont Asia Pacific, NRW Civil & Mining, NSW Trade & Investment, NSW Treasury, Page Seager Lawyers, Pitcher Partners, Professional Pathways Australia, Public Transport Authority, Queensland Government, Real Gap / i-to-i volunteering, Redflex Traffic Systems, Reserve Bank of Australia, Ride to Conquer Cancer, SA Health, Sandfire Resources NL, Schlumberger, Shell, Sinclair Knight Merz, SKM, Solar Turbines Australia, Suncorp Group, Swinburne University of Technology, Tasmanian State Service, Teach For Australia, teach.NSW Department of Education and Communities, teachers.on.net, Technip Oceania Pty Ltd, Telstra, The Audit Office of NSW, The Sunsuper Ride to Conquer Cancer, The Tax Institute, The University of Melbourne, The Weekend to End Women's Cancers, Think Employment, TSU Professionals, Uniting Communities, Victoria University, Water Corporation, Western Power, Westpac Group, Woodside Energy, Woolworths Limited.

* Employers interested in exhibiting at The Big Meet should contact [email protected] for more information.

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SAGRA Conference 2013 Slides

by David Jenkins December 4th, 2013

GradConnection South Africa

SAGRA

We were lucky enough to attend the South African Graduate Recruitment Association's (SAGRA) Conference last week. Cathy Sims, the Executive Director of the Association gave us a speaking spot. We really enjoyed the South African crowd who were very receptive to our presentation. So much so that we'll be setting up shop in South Africa in 2014!

Many delegates requested our presentation slides. They can be viewed or downloaded below, please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. The presentation can be broken down as below:

  • About GradConnection
  • Mobile Strategy
  • Apps vs Web
  • Kevin's Knocked App Story
  • Mobile Development
  • African Mobile Stats and Campaigns
  • Graduate @ - Free Expo Registration tool for employers
  • Facebook Marketing
  • Facebook Edgerank
  • Graduate Recruitment Memes
  • Re-Marketing vs Marketing
  • Graduate Recruitment Re-Marketing

Hundreds & Thousands of Graduates

Hundreds and Thousands of Graduates Video

Download the presentation slides here

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