Self Paced Self Paced    

Hired! The Ultimate Job Search Course, Self Paced

36 hours | Entry Level |  Professional Development | Included eBook

Purpose

Professional Development

Description

Navigating a job search can be frustrating, daunting, and ineffective if done incorrectly. Job seekers need to know how to develop a proactive job search. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to use data from self-assessment tools to select a job title, analyze their career marketing documents, analyze the strategies available to effectively access the hidden job market and the strategies to employ before, during, and after a job interview. Students will be able to differentiate between network communication strategies, develop a job search social media plan, and analyze the resources available to them in their job search.

Audience

This course is aimed at people who are in, or about to launch, a job search. It is for individuals who are struggling with their job search, and need a step-by-step approach to finding and getting their next job. This includes:

  • The educated entry-level professional (i.e. undergraduate or graduate student or alum to a professional with 0-5 years in the workforce)
  • The experienced professional (5-10 years of experience in the workforce with sample job title such as "Marketing Manager" or "Research Analyst")
  • The executive (10+ year?s experience with titles such as "Director" and "VP").

Objectives
  • Analyze the results of a self-assessment as it relates to a job search
  • Create career marketing documentation to use in a job search
  • Analyze strategies used to access the hidden job market
  • Determine a job search communication strategy
  • Analyze a social media plan for use in a job search
  • Develop a job search monitoring plan
  • Analyze job pre-interview strategies
  • Analyze job post-interview strategies
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Instructor Led Instructor Led

Hired! The Ultimate Job Search Course, Instructor Led

41 hours | Entry Level |  Professional Development | eBook Available

Purpose

Professional Development

Description

Navigating a job search can be frustrating, daunting, and ineffective if done incorrectly. Job seekers need to know how to develop a proactive job search. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to use data from self-assessment tools to select a job title, analyze their career marketing documents, analyze the strategies available to effectively access the hidden job market and the strategies to employ before, during, and after a job interview. Students will be able to differentiate between network communication strategies, develop a job search social media plan, and analyze the resources available to them in their job search.

Audience

This course is aimed at people who are in, or about to launch, a job search. It is for individuals who are struggling with their job search, and need a step-by-step approach to finding and getting their next job. This includes:

  • The educated entry-level professional (i.e. undergraduate or graduate student or alum to a professional with 0-5 years in the workforce)
  • The experienced professional (5-10 years of experience in the workforce with sample job title such as "Marketing Manager" or "Research Analyst")
  • The executive (10+ year?s experience with titles such as "Director" and "VP").

Objectives
  • Analyze the results of a self-assessment as it relates to a job search
  • Create career marketing documentation to use in a job search
  • Analyze strategies used to access the hidden job market
  • Determine a job search communication strategy
  • Analyze a social media plan for use in a job search
  • Develop a job search monitoring plan
  • Analyze job pre-interview strategies
  • Analyze job post-interview strategies
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