Networking While Social Distancing

You hear it over and over: to get your dream job, get out there and network. Here some suggestions from experts on networking during a period of social distancing. No matter what stage of career you are in—student, early, mid or advanced career—networking is useful. ECS provides a multitude of networking opportunities. Here’s how to make them work for you.

Eight tips

1. Participate in digital meetings with leaders in your field. Take advantage of Q&A sessions to introduce yourself (by full name and organization) and ask questions. Then follow up with the experts through LinkedIn and emails. The 240th ECS Meeting is a great opportunity to link up with the leading authorities in the field of electrochemistry—wherever they are in the world! (more…)

Find the Right Job for You

Unsure of when to begin a new job search? With The Electrochemical Society Career Center, start looking for your next job opportunity today.

In a normal job market, it can take up to six months to find an acceptable position, and the interviewing process can push the start date even further. However, if job postings are unusually plentiful and competition is low, the chances of finding a job quickly improves. (more…)

Circumvent common recruitment challenges with the ECS Career Center. Target a few quality candidates with your open jobs and avoid receiving masses of under-qualified applications from other recruitment options. Easily access a pool of talented professionals, allowing you to refine and improve the hiring portion of your recruitment process.

Here are three ways to improve hiring efficiency with the ECS Career Center:

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Stand Out from the Competition

When applying for a job, you need more than luck to stand apart from other candidates. Hiring managers generally select four to six people to interview from the dozens of applications submitted. In The Electrochemical Society’s Career Center, your application is among a smaller, more qualified talent pool, increasing your chances of being selected. (more…)

Recruiters and job seekers come together at the ECS Career Center

The ECS Career Center places open jobs before the most qualified electrochemical professionals. Exclusive Job Flash emails go directly to their inboxes. Find the best professional to take your organization to the next level.

Recruiters

Recruitment continues to mirror our predominantly virtual lives, keeping the search for top talent a priority. Finding quality candidates is easy with the features available on The Electrochemical Society Career Center.

Here are three steps to connect with candidates in 2021: (more…)

ECS Career Center Resources

career coaches The ECS Career Center serves as a resource to help you connect with employers and find exactly what you’re looking for as you take the next steps in your career! Take advantage of all the tools the ECS Career Center has to offer to make your resume stand out from the crowd.

Career resources

Ask the expert

The ECS Career Center’s “Ask the Expert” feature allows members to connect with expert career coaches and resume writers who can offer valuable insight and ideas as you navigate the job search process. This service offers you the opportunity to connect with a career professional who can answer your questions and help you prepare for your job search.

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ECS Career CenterWe’ve all been touched by the COVID-19 pandemic in some shape or form and have felt its effects, particularly, within the job market. For job seekers, it’s crucial now more than ever to use all resources at hand to increase visibility and exposure. For employers, having a way to filter through countless job applicants is just as important. The ECS Career Center serves as a source to help you connect and find exactly what you’re for! 

The ECS Career Center’s Resume Bank feature allows employers to search resumes in the Resume Bank and target candidates that match the criteria they seek. Job seekers, take advantage of this feature! Use the Upload Your Resume Feature to upload your resume to connect with a potential future employer. (more…)