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This section of the website is devoted to live Q&A sessions with our own advisers or external employers. We will promote the Live Q&A’s in advance and you can also access session archives below.

About

Team Members

The Careers & Employability team are made up of qualified professional, friendly and approachable staff with a number of years’ experience working in the Higher Education environment, here to support and guide you.

Scroll down to see individual members of the team and their areas of work.

Staff MemberLesley O’Donnell, Employment Opportunities Manager 

Jessica Shields, Student Employability & Careers Centre Manager

Staff MemberHelen McCarron, Senior Careers & Employability Adviser

Elizabeth Rundle, Careers & Employability Adviser

Charlotte Jenkins,  Employment Skills Adviser

Mark Wilkinson, Careers & Employability Adviser (International)

Imogen Hobson, Employment Skills Adviser

Leanne Winn, Stakeholder Engagement Manager

Becki Cobb, Careers & Employability Adviser (Access & Participation)

Amanda Hogg, Careers & Employability Administrator

Leanne Jones, Campus Jobs Manager

Next Generation Inclusive University partnership

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We are proud to announce our Next Generation Inclusive University partnership with EmployAbility. This partnership enhances our drive to support our students and graduates with mental health conditions, neurodiversity and other disabilities, to ensure you get the careers you deserve. 

EmployAbility can provide you with individualised advice and support about adjustments for recruitment and the workplace, information about your rights, and support you with your application. The EmployAbility team will also advocate for you with an employer to ensure you receive the adjustments you need, taking any stress and anxiety out of the process. 

If you haven’t already registered with EmployAbility, you can do so here to access free support and advice. Once you have registered please email info@employ-ability.org.uk to arrange a meeting.

Catch up on our recent EmployAbility workshop about when, why, and how to talk to an employer about disability here

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