Navigating the recruitment maze: how to find a job you'll love

Price: £10.00
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Hands up if you enjoy job hunting... We asked this question at a recent event, and there was only one person who said they enjoyed the process of looking for work (and it came with quite a few caveats).

Whether you have skills that don't fit neatly into a box, or you're moving into digital as a second career, or returning after a break, this event is for you! We'll be joined by an amazing panel who will be sharing their tips on how to navigate the recruitment maze, stand out and find a job you love:

- Jacqui Barratt, Founder & CEO of a recruitment company, salt
In 2003 Jacqui alongside her brother founded salt. Today, salt is globally the largest specialist digital recruitment company with over 200 staff and offices in New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia, America, UK, and Dubai. Jacqui has just been made a Life Member to support her Fellowship of the Recruitment Consulting Services Association. She's committed to making recruitment human: “It is an absolute privilege to do what I do, recruitment impacts on people's lives every day. If we forget that people have a beating heart, we’ve lost what recruiting is all about”
Find out more about Jacqui here:

- Sinead Bunting who specialises in digital performance marketing and creative brand transformation. Most recently she was the VP of Marketing for Monster in Europe, the global jobs website.
Sinead is the creator and co-founder of the Tech Talent Charter, (TTC) an industry-wide collective, whose aim is to deliver a more diverse tech workforce. The charter is supported by the UK government and over 300 signatories such as Cisco, Vodafone, HP, BBC, EY, Cancer Research and Global Radio.
Passionate about encouraging diversity and success in business, she also created the ‘Monster Confidence’ programme, working with social enterprise Stemettes for the last three years, helping students gain greater confidence to achieve their huge potential in a STEM career.

- Recruitment coach Ellie Rich-Poole
With over twenty years’ experience both in-house in HR, Resourcing and Talent Management and within Executive Search as a head-hunter, Ellie set up her own business in 2016 to support both organisations and individuals as The Recruitment Coach.
She works as a consultant helping businesses improve how they recruit, and as a coach with individuals.
Her passions lie in coaching individuals who are looking for a new role following redundancy or time out, identifying what is important to them and creating a plan to achieve it. She also enjoys working with individuals who are new in role.
During a sabbatical in Chile, she took some time out to train with Digital Mums in Social Media Management so she also helps individuals with their social media, as well as leadership teams who want to improve how they use LinkedIn in relation to their employer brand.
Find out more about Ellie here:

- Savita Patel – Scrum Master Domino’s Pizza Group
With almost 20 years of working in various roles within IT, Savita took the opportunity to move abroad with her job to the UK from Malaysia. In London she took on roles as a business analyst and a product owner. But she felt she needed some time to re-evaluate so a few years ago, she took a career break to travel around Asia with her daughter. It was during this time that she decided to re-train as a Scrum Master. She has not looked back since. Being a scrum master has allowed her to pursue her love of interacting with people, coaching and finding new and creative ways of working with teams.
Savita is passionate about diversity, and volunteers in Career Workout sessions at local schools providing exposure to students about my job which many do not know exist.