Check in time – 5.45pm
No onsite parking, public transport accessible.
Session start – 6.00pm
Session finish – 7.30pm
How to stand out in the Adelaide job market – recruitment tips and tricks from industry experts
The SA AHRI Emerging HR Professionals Network is delighted to invite you to our first event of 2019: How to stand out in the Adelaide job market – recruitment tips and tricks from industry experts.
Landing your dream job can seem impossible at times. How to get your foot in the door for your first role can seem daunting and there seems to be 100 steps to get there.
In such a tough job market, standing out is essential to even make it into a company’s shortlist. Our panellists come from a variety of diverse industries particularly with experience in recruitment in the public and private sectors of South Australia.
Hear the panellists share their advice and expertise on how to succeed in the recruitment process to land your dream career.
We welcome all Emerging HR Professionals with a keen interest in this area to join us for what will be an insightful evening. In particular, this will be useful for those aspiring to work in Human Resources, and those wanting to take the next step in their professional career.
Please direct any queries to email@example.com which will then be forwarded on to the AHRI EHRPN SA Committee.
Speaker: Megan Nicholson, General Manager, Entrée Recruitment
Megan Nicholson started her recruitment career with Entrée Recruitment in 2003. Megan quickly established a reputation as a consultative, value based recruiter. This was recognised when she was a runner-up in the CareerOne Recruitment and Consulting Services Association (RCSA) awards for most popular consultant and for outstanding achievement from a consultant. Megan’s practical experience is backed up by qualifications in human resources.
Dedicated to positive workplace culture, leadership through “doing” and professional development opportunities for all, Megan officially took leadership of the business in 2011 when appointed the role of General Manager. Megan directs the strategic and operational aspects of the business with a particular focus on service delivery, performance management, branding and commercial viability. Megan has placed over 1,000 people in work and concurrently she services a base of clients predominantly in the not-for-profit, aged care, energy, resources and professional service sectors.
Megan’s capacity to manage both people and productivity has resulted in a stable, ethically minded and well experienced team of consultants.
SPEAKER: Sarah Vinall, Principal Human Resources & Employee Relations consultant, Office of the Commissioner for Public Sector employment
Sarah Vinall is currently Principal Human Resources and Employee Relations Consultant within the South Australian Office of the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment. Sarah is responsible for managing the team delivering expert advice to the Commissioner regarding her statutory functions. She also works closely with the Commissioner to support the recruitment and employment of SA public service chief executives and agency heads.
Sarah has previously worked across numerous departments providing strategic HR advice and consultancy on all facets of the employment life cycle including recruitment, attraction and retention, employment conditions, disciplinary processes, and terminations.
Sarah possesses a Bachelor of Management (Human Resource Management) from the University of South Australia.
SPEAKER: Elouise MacFarlane, Director, Career Transitions at OnMe Careers
Elouise (Lou) MacFarlane is an experienced professional with broad experience across a full suite of recruitment activities for both the recruiting business and the job-seeker.
Lou’s current work lies in supporting Australian Defence Force members transition to employment and supporting recruitment activities for Flinders University. Her diverse experience in the local talent market brings a focused and relevant perspective for emerging HR professionals seeking new opportunities in Adelaide.
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