Career and Employment Service
Location: C7A, Muse, Wally’s Walk, Macquarie University NSW 2109
Postal Address: Macquarie University North Ryde 2109
Telephone: +61 2 9850 7372
Facsimile: +61 2 9850 7388
University Switchboard: +61 2 9850 7111
University Homepage: www.mq.edu.au
Macquarie University is renowned for its interdisciplinary research and teaching, highly skilled graduates and first-class facilities.Located in the heart of Australia’s largest high-technology precinct, Macquarie benefits from an environment of outstanding research and innovation, as well as learning and teaching opportunities with some of the world’s leading organisations.
To support the transition of our students into employment, the Career and Employment Service offers a friendly and proactive service to employers. Operating as a ‘hub and spoke” service,Career Consultants are aligned with faculty to augment the existing ‘central’ service. This model was based on the setting of a strategic, theoretical and operating framework for service delivery with staff working from the central career office and, being aligned as ‘account managers’ for specific sub populations. These included Faculty of Business and Economics, Human Sciences, Arts, Sciences, International and Post Graduate students.
Services and Programs
Consultative committees and liaison with academic departments ■ vacancy advertising ■ Employer/industry involvement ■ Faculty/discipline specific seminars and workshops ■ Employer presentations ■ Generic skills training ■ Skills workshops ■ Web jobs board/register ■ Sponsorship opportunities.
Audiovisual equipment ■ Catering ■ Interview rooms ■ Lecture theatres
Fields of Education
Accounting (Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting), Actuarial Studies, Asian Languages, Australian Studies, Bioinformatics, Business (Administration, Computing, Law), Christian Studies (Education, Humanities), Creative Arts, Cultural Studies, Demography, Development Studies & Culture Change, Early Childhood Studies, eBusiness, Economics, Education (EarlyChildhood, Primary, Secondary Teaching), Education Studies, ElectronicCommerce & Database Systems, Electronics & Communication Systems, Engineering (Electronics, Instrumentation & Control, Photonics, SoftwareTelecommunications, Wireless), English, European Languages, Finance, History (Ancient, Modern), Human Resource Management, IndigenousStudies, International Studies (Business, Communication), Linguistics, Law,Marketing, Media Studies, Museum Studies, Music Studies, OperationsResearch, Philosophy, Planning, Politics & International Relations, Population Studies, Public Law, Sciences (Analytical Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, Anthropology, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Atmospheric Science, Biodiversity & Conservation Biology, Biological Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Brain, Behaviour & Evolution, Chemistry, Chiropractic Science, Ecology, Environmental Sciences & Resource Management, Genetics, Geochemistry, Geoecology, Geographic Information Science, Geography (Human,Physical), Geology, Geophysics & Exploration Geoscience, Health Studies(Community, International), Information Technology & Computing, Marine Science, Mathematics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology, Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, Optical Technology, Palaeontology & Palaeobiology, Physics;Plant Science, Psychology, Sociology, Speech & Hearing Sciences, Zoology), Social Science, Statistics, Women’s Studies.
Number of Graduating Students (approximate)
Accounting 500+; Arts/Humanities 500+; Business/Commerce 500+; Chiropractic Science 50+; Education 300+; Health & Biomedical Sciences 50+; IT/Computer Science 200+; Law/Legal Studies 200+; Media 50+; Science 250+.
Over 30 per cent of our 34,000 students are international. Contact the Career Service for further information.
Manager, Career and Employment Service
T: +61 2 9850 6492
Check the website for important semester dates
Employers are welcome throughout the year.
Careers Fair 2017: (Not yet supplied)