Employer Services and Events Team
The Employer Services & Events Team helps employers fill graduate, internship and placement vacancies and raise their profile with UCL students. We manage a programme of events including fairs, presentations and skills development sessions, and offer a range of channels to advertise career opportunities. We are always happy to discuss individual employers' needs face to face or by phone.
Please visit the Recruiters' Homepage for more information on services and contact details.
Phil heads up the team who provide our range of services and events for employers, including recruitment events, placements and vacancy services, skills development programmes, and employer-led careers programmes in academic departments. He also sits on the Careers Management Team. Much of his time is spent meeting and advising employers who wish to recruit our students and graduates, and developing relationships with those who already do. Phil has worked for UCL Careers Service since 2000 in a variety of roles, including Acting Head of Careers. An English graduate from Royal Holloway, University of London, Phil has also worked in the insurance industry and managed a touring theatre company.
Natalia joined us in September 2010 and she is responsible for the day-to-day coordination and running of events at the Careers Service, which include the graduate fairs, the Skills4Work programme and the summer Jobs Market. She also manages UCL Talent Bank – our shortlisting service which matches students to vacancies. After graduating with a degree in Decorative Arts she worked in marketing within higher education.
Rochelle has been with UCL Careers Service since October 2010. Until April 2013 she was the Employer Services and Events Officer responsible for organising employer-led skills development activity for PhD students. As part of Rochelle’s role she has developed and maintained relationships with employers wishing to recruit UCL students and graduates. Recently Rochelle has changed roles and is now Placements and Vacancies Manager initially focusing on placement/internship provision for students on the Arts & Science BASc degree programme amongst others. Prior to working at UCL Rochelle managed a bioscience internship and training programme at the Royal Veterinary College and worked in the Faculty of Lifelong Learning at Birkbeck College. With a Masters in Arts Management from Birkbeck Rochelle has previously worked in events management and project co-ordination roles within the arts and not-for-profit sectors. When not at UCL Rochelle enjoys spending her time trying to create interesting wall art.
Pat Joined the Careers Team in July 2011, dealing with all employer presentations. Previously he had many administration jobs under the umbrella of British Telecom. Outside work Pat enjoys watching and playing football.
Carol joined UCL Careers in November 2012 as an Employer Services and Events Officer part time, specifically working with the Information Management for Business students within Management Science and Innovation. Prior to working with UCL she was a Children’s Commissioner of services with the NHS, a National Programmes Director with a small charity, and held various Senior Project Management roles within the Public and Not for Profit sectors. Carol has a Law Degree, is a Prince2 qualified Project Manager, and has recently completed a post graduate diploma in Teaching.
Based in the Employer Services and Events team, Shak is specifically aligned to the School of Management Science & Innovation, where she works on design and delivery of bespoke and innovative employer engagement programmes for the MSc Management, Information for Management Business and MSc Technology Entrepreneurship courses.
After graduating with a degree in English Literature, she moved into a career in graduate recruitment working for organisations in various sectors including professional services, media and local government, where her responsibilities included developing innovative marketing and attraction strategy, designing and delivering employer campus events at universities nationally, implementing best practice in-house recruitment & selection, and rolling out effective graduate development programmes.
Natalie joined UCL in October 2012 from studying a masters in Tourism and Events Management. Her previous role as Recruitment Advisor/ Events Coordinator provided the relevant skills and experience for her role now as Employer Services and Events Officer for the Faculty of Engineering. This role is designed to enhance employment prospects for the engineering students through employer – led activities.
Outside of work Natalie enjoys keeping fit, visiting different countries and spending time with family and friends.
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