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Ever thought about what a company recruiter might think if they stumbled across your social media accounts while reviewing your job application? Presented by Sian Havard (ex-Facebook, Google) of Milkshake Group and Kate Wilson of Cinc Social Media, this session will show you how to turn your social media obsession to your advantage when job-hunting, and how you can make sure you're not accidentally sabotaging your job-search on social.
Get insider techniques to:
Understand how the world's top companies actually use social media to recruit - straight from the mouth of an experienced global recruiter who's worked at some of the world's leading brands
Know how you can use social in a game-changing way to position yourself so you stand out to the right people, at the right time, in the right place
Optimise your social media profiles to make sure they aren’t giving the person reviewing your application any reasons to reject you at the first hurdle
See who the big social media winners and losers are when it comes to job-hunting
Know which things you can do RIGHT NOW (yes - we're yelling with excitement) to maximise your chances of scoring an awesome role using social #YES
About Sian: Founder of Milkshake Group and QUT graduate who coaches people looking for awesome careers. A global digital recruiting expert recently returned from London who was once described by a start-up founder as "someone who kicks ass and makes it look easy”. Has recruited the world's top talent into the USA, EMEA and Asic Pacific at brands like Google, Facebook, Instagram, Atlas and award-winning social video advertising start-up Unruly.
About Kate: Founder of Cinc Social Media and a QUT graduate who spends her days telling stories online and coaching businesses in sustainable social media techniques. An experienced journalist, political staffer and jack of all trades who spent eight years in state politics advising Ministers and Premiers and mopping up numerous social media disasters.