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Webinar Series 2015

ChemCareers2015



Meet the team

Julie Franklin
Careers Specialist

Laura Woodward Chartered MCIPD
Careers Specialist

Charlie Ashley-Roberts Bsc MRSC
Careers Specialist

Hello and welcome to the RSC Careers Service homepage, exclusive support for RSC members.

No matter what stage of your career, or your profession careers support is available to all members of the RSC.

As a member you are entitled to tailored, one-to-one careers support from one of our qualified consultants. Get professional advice about your specific work goals or concerns wherever you are in your professional life.

We also have lots of information available on a variety of topics:

  • Careers Clinic - written by RSC careers consultants, articles covering all aspects of your career and labour market news
  • ChemCareers 2015 - Our free online careers fair returns. Get ready for your perfect job.
  • Job Searching - information on job seeking strategies and networking
  • Applications and Interviews - hints and tips about CV writing, interview preparation and assessment centre
  • Changing Direction - covers which options are open to you in a career change or how to find out about your transferable skills, or the impact of a career break
  • Dealing with redundancy  - practical advice about how to move on and what your next steps are if you have been, or are being made redundant.
  • Keep up to date with the Royal Society of Chemistry on LinkedIn
  • Careers TV

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To become an RSC member go to www.rsc.org/join.

Want to talk to an Adviser?

If you would like to discuss your situation with a careers adviser then get in touch via the Careers Advice group or by emailing at careers@rsc.org. All discussions are confidential and free of charge.

Careers help on MyRSC

Other areas on MyRSC to help you with your career choices

  • Careers support -  from the RSC's careers' specialists and other members.
  • ChemNet - Aged 14-18? Studying Chemistry? Free support and guidance from ChemNet will get you reaching your goals.
  • ChemCareers - Keep up to date with what is happening before, during and after ChemCareers.

Chemistry World Jobs

The jobs board for chemical sciences, brought to you by Chemistry World. Go to http://jobs.rsc.org/.


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Check out our Careers FAQs for handy tips and advice on how to get the most from the RSC Careers Service.

Remember, you must be an RSC member to view careers material.