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Hiring Tips and Tricks for Data & Tech Job Hunters
11. 11. 2020 @ 19:00 - 20:00 AEDT
Part 3 in our Career Change Series.
Thinking of making a switch to Data & Tech Roles but don’t know how or still wondering if the tech culture is for you?
Now’s your chance to take a peek at some of the world-renowned Tech companies. We’ve invited speakers from Cisco, Ericcson, and Uber to talk about their hiring process and what you need to prepare for the interview phase.
In addition, they’ll also share about their culture and Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.
If we have time, we can also tackle how to negotiate salaries or flexible work hours or any other things you can think of.
TA Manager ANZ Sales
Stephanie Norris is an outstanding Cisco leader bringing the best talent into the Cisco community and this passion is matched by her engagement in the broader community as well. She is a professional business coach, mentor, mum and CrossFit enthusiast who is passionate about Inclusion and Diversity, Corporate Social Responsibility and the importance of giving back. Stephanie enjoys organising Diversity Networking Events and connection with the ICT community, speaking on panels, and participating in Social Impact activities.
Jamie Holder – Recruitment Manager ANZA & Indonesia
Jamie Holder is the Regional Recruitment Manager for Ericsson Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia. She has 15 years’ experience across all three aspects of the recruitment industry – Agency, RPO and Internal. She has recruited across a range of industries including FMCG, Bio-Tech and ICT/Telecommunications and managed contract and permanent recruitment teams across all organisation levels. Jamie’s role involves guiding and supporting hiring managers, freeing them up to focus on their day-to-day job responsibilities. She provides strategic recruitment insights and market trends to the businesses she supports. Jamie is driven by the challenge of finding the right talent and bringing them into an organisation at the right time. Jamie has a Masters degree from the University of Canterbury, has a Graduate Certificate in HR and is Hogan Certified.
Talent Acquisition Lead at Uber APAC & India
Subana has over 10 years in People Operations and Business Development working in diverse industries across various APAC markets. She has spent the last 4 years focussing on Australian Tech Startups; supporting early and late stage businesses with their people strategy. She is currently a Talent Acquisition Lead at Uber looking after Strategy and Operations recruitment for Uber Mobility, Eats and New Verticals in APAC; as well as driving number of the Diversity and Inclusion initiatives in ANZ. Subana has an MBA in Entrepreneurship from University of Technology and is passionate about tech enabled social impact and good wine.
EY APAC Data and People Lead
Kathryn has over 14 years’ experience in the Human Resource Management domain, and more recently as the EY DnA APAC People Lead. Kathryn’s background in Information Systems, HR and consulting complements her ability to connect with people in EY DnA APAC team for the last 8 years. She is passionate in supporting people across well-being, career experience, engagement and connection whilst driving an inclusive and collaborative culture. She has experience in influencing business stakeholders to implement people focused initiatives to drive an empowering environment for people
Q. Is it free to join?
A. Yes! Participation is free, but slots are limited, so please register early!
Q. Is it only for women?
A. Just like our regular She Loves Data #MeetUp events, this online webinar is open to all professional men and women. #HeLovesData too!
Q. Is this an interactive discussion or just a ‘listen-in’ webinar?
A. Definitely interactive! Your thoughts, feedback and questions are most welcome and will be entertained during the polling and live Q&A portions at the end of the discussion.
Q. What if something comes up and I need to retract my registration?
A. Please be considerate and let us know if you won’t be able to attend the online meetup a day in advance, so we can offer your place to somebody else.
Contact us and we’ll help you. The email you need is [email protected].