Are small companies hiring more scientists? Is it better to be the big fish in a small pond or a small fish in the big pond? In today’s highly competitive job market, job hunters may need to explore options with both small and large companies. However, differences abounds in looking for jobs for small companies! Join our speaker, John Borchardt, to learn how to evaluate your fit and to tailor your job hunting techniques to secure that job offer with small companies. This event will be moderated by CJ from Chemjobber.
What You Will Learn
- Identifying small companies in various industries as potential employers
- Locating and assembling information on these types of companies
- Tapping into advertised and non-advertised job openings
- Know the culture – succeeding in small company employment interviews
- Evaluating job offers – various benefits afforded with small companies
- And much more…
Date: Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
About the Expert
John Borchardt is a Ph.D. chemist who has been an ACS Career Consultant for 15 years. He is the author of the ACS/Oxford University Press Book “Career Management for Scientists and Engineers”. As a science, technical and business writer, he has had more than 1200 articles published in a variety of magazines, newspapers and encyclopedias. He is also writer for the ACS Careers Blog and writes a weekly blog for “Laboratory Management” magazine. As an industrial chemist, he holds 30 U.S. and more than 125 international patents and is the author of more than 130 peer-reviewed papers.
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