COVID 19 closure: For advice and guidance on anything careers related – CV, LinkedIn, Interview, Career Choice, Career Progression -you can email and/or avail of one to one appointments on Blackboard. Contact Dawn O’Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set up what you need together.
The IADT Careers Centre is here to help and support students and graduates in their career planning and research. As Careers Officer I am always happy to meet with students individually or in class groups.
You can make an appointment to discuss your career plans, to have a vocational assessment done, or to look for specific information relating to your discipline or area of interest.
The Employability Programme is offered to students over the course of their degree programme by arrangement (see link to details). Seminars/workshops on careers-related topics can be integrated into current modules as required by lecturers or programme coordinators.
NOTE: The Careers Centre remains open during most of the summer months, closing for holidays for three weeks from late July.
The Careers Centre is in Room 203b on the second floor of the Library (Atrium Building)
We provide a service to employers to help them recruit the students and recent graduates they require for their companies.
I’m available to discuss with employers how best to connect you with students and graduates from our various courses, whether for fulltime positions, summer internships or freelance or project work.
You are welcome to email me directly notices and job specifications for current vacancies which I will pass on to the appropriate students/graduates.
You are welcome to call to the Careers Centre on the second floor of the Library at any time.
If the Careers Officer is engaged or unavailable when you call in you can fill out an Appointment Request Form: I will get back to you asap to arrange an appointment for you.
You are also welcome to contact me via email or phone (see contact details above).
There is a Careers Information Hub outside the Careers Office where you can browse careers information in both hardcopy and online formats.
The Careers Centre maintains a Graduate Database to keep final year students and new graduates updated on job opportunities, careers events etc.
As a finalist or recent graduate you can be included on your class mailing list in the Graduate Database by notifying the Careers Officer of your current personal email address.