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Health Promotion Job Search Strategies for Success

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Kelley Saussy

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Transcript of Health Promotion Job Search Strategies for Success

Prepare for the Search
Know Thyself
Let's Get Started
Job Search Resources
Networking
The Interview
Kelley Saussy
Job Search Strategies for Success
Job Boards
General Boards
Geographic Focused
Industry Specific
Professional Organizations
It's who you know...
How to Use LinkedIn to Find a Job –
Or Have a Job Find You
Create a Profile. Create a detailed profile, including employment, education, skills, etc.

Consider a Photo. You can add a photo (a headshot is recommended or upload a larger photo and edit it) to your LinkedIn profile.

Keywords and Skills. Include all your resume keywords and skills in your profile, so your profile will be found.

Build Your Network. Connect with other members and build your network. The more connections you have, the more opportunities you have.

Join Groups. Industry specific groups and the UGA Alumni Association group!

Get Recommendations. Recommendations from people you have worked with carry a lot of weight.

Search Jobs. Use the job search section to find job listings.
Resume
Cover Letter
What is your social media presence?
Google Yourself
What are employers looking for on social media?
Don't just play defense...
Timeline
Dress for Success
Preparing for Your Interview
The Unmet Need
52% of employers have decided not to hire anyone for their vacant positions because they could not find candidates that have the qualifications they are looking for.
The Starting Point
Get Organized
Develop a Plan
Sharpen Your Skills
Have Realistic Expectations
Start your job search process 6 months before your graduation date!
Setting Goals
Values
Reality Check
Are there gaps in your experience?
What aspects of your job search goal do not align with the experiences on your resume?


Ways to Address Gaps:
Volunteer
Network
Professional development opportunities
Earn additional certifications
Checking in on several relevant job boards consistently will yield the most results for you.

Schedule time in your calendar on a weekly basis to review new postings.
Think about developing professional social media profiles outside of your personal profiles.
Good Examples
The first step is to develop a clearly defined career goal, this is essential for a focused job search that will yield the best results for you.
*It might be easier to define what you definitely do not want to do and work from there to develop your career goal statement
What do you value in a career?
Location
Team vs Independent Setting
Work Environment
Govt./Non-Profit/Private
Small vs Large Company
Salary
Variety
How will this help in your job search?
Set goals and deadlines for yourself
Keep records of the positions you want to/have applied to
Note what is working and what is not working
Create targeted application materials!
Use the job description to guide what keywords you include in your resume
Resume should be one page
Bullet points are easier to read
Be consistent with your font and spacing
Prioritize your section headings and your bullet points
Reverse chronological order
Use bold titles
Never use pronouns
Quantify whenever possible
Margins: .5-1 inch
Font size: 10-12 pt
A cover letter should:
Market your skills, abilities, and experiences
Accompany your resume and provide more detail
Relate to the job to which you are applying
Use when applying to a specific event, not at a career fair
What is your presence on the internet?
Search for your name in quotations.
This can be a cue to edit your privacy settings on your social media profiles
Clean up what you would not want an employer to see
What does The Career Center have to offer?
Your career consultant can assist you in a variety of
ways including:

Researching Majors/Careers
Preparing for a Career Fair/Networking
Resume/Cover Letter Critiques
Interview Preparation/Mock Interviews
Internship/Job Search Assistance
Graduate School Applications/Personal Statement Critiques
Professional Social Media Engagement
And any other career needs you may have!
Location:
Clark Howard Hall, Second Floor

Make an appointment: 706-542-3375

Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Walk-In Hours Monday-Friday, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Satellite Hours: Wednesdays in Conner Hall, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Email: KelleyRW@uga.edu
The University of Georgia Career Center
Questions?
What is the PURPOSE?
To build relationships with like-minded individuals for personal and professional growth.

(Mutually beneficial relationship)

Facilitates your growth as a professional
Allows you to access a larger pool of opportunities and resources
1. Identify YOUR Network
UGA Faculty and Staff
Professionals in Your Industry (Social Media)
Peers
Family & Friends
2. Identify Potential Employers
3. Make a Contact List
4. Contact Your Contacts
Conduct an information interview
5. Follow Up Thoroughly
Send a thank-you note!
What do Employers Look for?
Content (WHAT you say):
Clearly articulate career goals
Demonstrate knowledge of industry
Use specific examples, success stories
Prepare great questions to ask

Style (HOW you say it):
Delivery and mannerisms
First impressions
Know the Fit
Make sure you are able to communicate how your skills, background, and knowledge base would be an asset to the position and company

Base this on the information that you get from the job description and employer research
1. Do your research!
2. Set aside a couple of hours to prepare.
3. Practice your responses to typical interview questions.
4. Remember you only have one first impression!
Eye Contact
Handshake
Body Language
Smile
Enthusiasm & Energy
5. Be 10 minutes early.
6. Wear Professional Attire.
7. Bring extra copies of your resume.
8. Have questions prepared ahead of time.
9. Ask about the next step in the process.
10. Thank the interviewers and follow-up with thank-you notes/emails to each interviewer.
DawgLink/NACELink
career.uga.edu
Government Jobs
usajobs.gov
Indeed.com
Idealist.org
PublicHealthJobs.net
HPCareer.net
CoolWorks.com
Emory Public Health Job Board
HigherEdJobs.com
Health and Medical Services
Department of Public Health
health.state.ga.us
Department of Labor
dol.state.ga.us
State Job Boards
careers.ga.gov
City Focused
atlantajobs.com
How do I get started?
Careers In Panels
Information Sessions
Career Fairs (Sept. 18th, 12-5pm)
Club/Class Presentations
LinkedIn Groups
Develop a list of potential employers
American Public Health Association
careers.apha.org/jobs
National Association of County and City Health Officials
careers.naccho.org/jobs
Why is this important?
Keywords are essential when using online resources to job search, Be aware of job titles that you are qualified for.

Examples:
Activities Planner
Assistant Coach
Asst. Facilities Coordinator
Athletic Conference Director
Athletic Trainer
Director of Sports Marketing
Event Coordinator
Health Coordinator
Health Screening Technician
Human Resources Manager
Marketing Services Coordinator
Medical Assistant
Operations Coordinator
Operations Manager
Patient Activity Specialist
Program Coordinator
Senior Promotion Coordinator
Sponsorship Coordinator
Sports Manager
Wellness Associate

Sections to Include
Personal Information
Objective/Summary
Education
Relevant Coursework/Projects
Relevant Experience
Additional Experience
Honors & Awards
Campus Involvement
Community Involvement
Technical Skills
Items you should not include:
Personal Hobbies and Interests
Personal Information (age, marital/family status, political affiliations)
Abbreviations or Acronyms
Fancy Fonts
Photos
References
What keywords would you use in your resume from this job description?
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