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bookcareers.com Clinic at the London Book Fair supported by The Publishers...
Thu 16 March 2017, 14:30 – 17:00 GMT
Bookcareers.com Clinic at the London Book Fair
supported by The Publishers Association
If you are no longer able to pre-register you are welcome to queue up outside the Olympia Room to see if we can squeeze you in but those who have pre-registered will be admitted first.
WE MAKE NO GUARANTEES ON ADMITTANCE BUT WILL AIM TO ACCOMMODATE AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE.
Do you want to have a quick chat with a Human Resources Manager from a UK book publisher?
Or speak to one of the industry Recruitment Consultants?
Or get qualified careers guidance, advice on your CV, covering letters or skills and training from bookcareers.com?
Then join us in the bookcareers.com Clinic where we will have a room full of industry specialists waiting to answer your questions. Time is limited to approximately 5-10 minutes per person, and you will be seen on a first come, first served basis.
You can also leave your CV to be shown to those recruiting after the show, or view the vacancies on our job vacancy noticeboard.
You need to be registed to attend the London Book Fair to participate.
It is not possible to attend the bookcareers.com Clinic without a London Book Fair ticket.
We had a limited number of free London Book Fair tickets which have now run out. It may still be possible to register on the London Book Fair website as a student. Ensure your job title is student and the name of your university is the company name.
If you are not able to get to the London Book Fair then book into our online service. which runs all year round http://www.bookcareers.com/book-a-free-pre-screening-call/
Please be assured that the complete information on the registration form will only be seen by bookcareers.com and treated as confidential.
After the Clinic we will be joining the Borough Book Bash at the Atlas Pub. More details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/london-book-fairs-borough-book-bash-tickets-32404598025?aff=es2