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Employability: Home

The library is not just there to help you with your degree. We have many resources to help you get that job after graduation, from books on writing your CV to advice on researching the company you want to work for.

The skills you've developed in searching for information, analyzing it, and using the right information at the right time are highly valued by employers and one of the reasons why graduates are highly valued as employees. You can put all those skills to good use after graduation, both in employment and when you're looking for that perfect job.

Meet the Team

Subject Name
Academic Skills Support Andrew Sinclair (Academic Skills Tutor)
Academic Skills Support Jenny Spinks (Academic Skills Tutor)
Academic Skills Support Julie Mundair (Academic Skills Tutor)
Academic Skills Support Mike Alsford (Academic Skills Tutor)
Academic Skills Support Paul Brewer (Academic Skills Tutor)
Business (Accounting and FinanceInternational Business and EconomicsMarketing, Events and Tourism)

Ros Smith (Librarian)

Business (Human Resources and Organisational BehaviourSystems Management and Strategy)

Rachael Hartiss (Librarian)

Collaborations and Copyright

Irene Barranco

Irene Barranco (Librarian)

Collections Manager (EresourcesEbooks AuthenticationDocument Delivery and GALA)

Nadine Edwards(Librarian)

Architecture

Built Environment

Computing

Creative Professions and Digital Arts

Mathematical Sciences

Karen Richardson

Karen Richardson (Librarian)

Criminology

History, Politics and Social Sciences

Law

Literature, Language and Theatre

Vik Chauhan (Librarian)

Education William Robley (Librarian)

Health

Pharmacy

Professional Practice

Sport and Exercise Sciences (Medway)

David Bedford

David Bedford (Librarian)

Mental Health Work (under construction)

Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Science

Psychology and Counselling

Public Health: Health and Wellbeing

Social Work

Specialist and Community and Public Health Nursing

Becky Whyley-Smith (Librarian)

Science, including NRI

Computing

Education

Engineering

Music and arts‚Äč

Vacancy (Librarian)

Social Sciencesincluding Criminology and Criminal Justice and Social Work

Business

Journalism

Karen Worden (Librarian)