The Career Development team are based at Augustine House, Canterbury. Our services are available across all campuses, please contact us.
Tel: 01227 782222
Helen is Manager of Career Development; please contact her for all departmental issues and on any aspect of the service.
Senior Employability Adviser
Claire works closely with Helen to help drive and maximise the impact of our Career Development Service. Claire provides professional and effective line management of the Careers and Employability Advisers and operational delivery across the University.
Rebecca works closely with all Faculties on the delivery and embedding of employability in the curriculum.
Pat provides careers advice and guidance to our students and recent graduates. In addition she is the link adviser for the Business School and Faculty of Education.
John provides careers advice and guidance to our students and recent graduates. In addition he is the link adviser for the Faculty of Health and Social Care.
Judy organises and promotes all community volunteering opportunities to the student body, co-ordinating their volunteer hours accordingly. Please contact her with any opportunities.
Claire oversees all Career Development communications, including the website, social media, written material and marketing campaigns. Please contact her for any joint promotion.
Employability Liaison Officer
Responsible for the University’s TempShop, Deborah sources and trains current Canterbury Christ Church University students to be available for a range of work opportunities at all campuses.
Deborah also co-ordinates JobShop, the University’s free online job board where employers post a range of vacancies including full-time, part-time, seasonal, work experience, work placements, internships and voluntary roles.
Vicky contributes to the delivery and project management of Career Development. She coordinates employer engagement activities, including employer focused events, recruitment fairs, industry advisory panels and work experience, with a particular focus on generating leads and negotiating opportunities to bring these activities to fruition.
Vicky is also the link adviser the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.