How To Get Your Dream Job

This session will help people plot pathways into and through the creative industry. One-to-one advice will be available for new entrants to the industry and more experienced professionals seeking change.

How To Get Your Dream Job

Monday

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bristol, BBC, Whiteladies Road BS8 2LR

Description

The creative and technology industries offer great careers in an expanding market, with Bristol as a key UK centre. But what experience, interests, ambitions and qualifications do you need to get in, and what's it like in the first years?

This session brings together experts and new employees to provide an insight into the growth areas, skills and employment potential across the entire local industry. From graphic artists to CRM campaign managers.

Chaired by Bristol Media's Paul Appleby, expert speakers will include Gabby Shaw from Adlib, Oli Ward from Develop Me, Ellie Cottrell from Zone and Stuart Dyer from Films@59.

We’ll demystify the roles advertised on Bristol Media’s South West Creative Jobs website, highlight opportunities and discuss what your pathway might look like.

There will be the chance to get specific one-to-one advice from the team at Adlib covering a wide range of employment areas, from marketing to creative production, data collation to technology.

Who is it for?

Whether you are looking for your first job in the industry, to transfer your skills to a new area or to offer careers advice then this session is for you!

Speakers

How To Get Your Dream Job
Paul Appleby Bristol Media
How To Get Your Dream Job
Ellie Cottrell Zone
How To Get Your Dream Job
Gabby Shaw Adlib
How To Get Your Dream Job
Oli Ward Develop Me
How To Get Your Dream Job
Stuart Dyer Films@59

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