Practice Interviews

Click to Register for the Practice Interviews

Date: Thursday 8th July

Venue: OGG Building – Second and third floors

Time: 12:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Companies: Vector, Endace, Aviat Networks, Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and many more

Note: Participation restricted to IEEE members

This event involves mock job interviews with real industrial representatives. Each participant will have the chance to be interviewed by a company of their choice. Previously representatives from Beca, Navico, Rakon and Vodafone have also attended. The interviews last for 30 minutes each, which involves a 20 minute job interview and a 10 minute feedback session on the interview and your CV – a rare opportunity to improve your employment skills.

After the event there is a chance to socialise and network with all the employers from the day. Making good professional contacts is crucial for a successful career in engineering. This is a very rare and valuable opportunity for a student and should not be missed by anyone! There is also free catered finger food and drink available at this function.

How to Register for the Practice Interviews

Simply visit the following address and fill out the registration form here.

This registration form will require you to log in with your university UPI and corresponding password.

All further emails regarding the practice interviews will be sent only to those who register. The closing date for registration is on the 15th of June, and places are very limited so sign up today or you may miss out!

You need to be an IEEE member to participate in the Practice Interviews, and must register with us.

Non IEEE members can register online now at www.ieee.org/join

Job Skills Seminar

Speakers:
Marion Rogers of TriTek Consultants
Gillian Reynolds of University Careers Services

Date: Thursday, 1st July

Venue: Conference Centre Lecture Theatre (Room 423-342)

Time: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Note: Open to ALL Students

Come and hear some valuable insight from our two speakers, Marion Rogers and Gillian Reynolds.

Marion is the director of TriTek Consultants and an expert on job recruitment in the electro-technical industries (EEE, CSE, SE, CompSci, Mechatronics). Gillian is a Senior Careers Consultant at the University of Auckland Careers Services, providing careers and employment advice to students.

Topics covered include CV and Cover Letters, Interview Preparation and Job Search Skills specific to engineers. Many students will be commencing applications for summer/graduate work around this time, so attendance at this seminar will give you the necessary competitive edge to get the job you want.

There will be an opportunity to talk to each speaker and ask questions. Free food and drinks will be provided after the seminar.

All are welcome to the Job Skills Seminar, there is no requirement of being an IEEE member