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Research Staff and Postdocs - register with the careers service!

last modified Apr 18, 2013 01:05 PM

Research Staff / Postdocs - How We Can Help You

Cambridge offers a specialist careers service for contract research staff/postdocs, providing help both for those planning an academic research career and those planning a move away from academic research.

The service is free and completely confidential and includes online resources, workshops and events. You also have access to one-to-one careers consultations with your careers adviser, where you can discuss any aspect of your career.

To take advantage of this service you need to register with us

Registration

Registration is quick and easy; just fill in the registration form. Once registered you will have access to the resources on our postdoc careers service pages as well as all the student careers service pages. You will also find out about workshops and events for postdocs through occasional email alerts.

Your careers adviser 

Physical sciences / technology

Liz Simmonds and Madelaine Chapman are the careers advisers for the Schools of the Physical Sciences and Technology.

Physical science / technology research staff homepage | Book an appointment with Madelaine or Liz.

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