2016年12月9日

2016年爱尔兰新专业人员日:阶梯上的第一个梯级:第1部分(Maynooth,2016年11月19日)



来宾留言者 希伯汉·麦吉尼斯(Siobhan McGuinness) Siobhan在诸如 ASLCDG。此外,她喜欢为图书馆组织撰写博客文章。

运行团队 爱尔兰新专业人员日 为新专业人员提供非常重要且相关的活动。今年的重点是“申请,面试&新专业人员的初体验”. The 工作 hunt is tough, something akin to the hunger games in my experience which of course is played out in my mind, not reality.

Library 和 Information Professionals know they have a wide range of skills, not all of those skills get the proper use in college. You are thought the theory 和 the practice yet with only a limited amount of experience when you graduate, it is difficult to secure that first 工作.

如果您知道在大学期间想要什么,请真正地花费时间来寻找您想发展的领域或技能,然后您就会成功。喜欢 卡罗琳·罗恩(Caroline Rowan) our first speaker, she carefully planned where she wished to see herself, a medical librarian. The advice Caroline gives is one of an action plan, take a step back, look at where you see yourself, think about the plan ahead. When applying for 工作s that are short term contracts always ask yourself where will this 工作 take me on my long-term goal? Have these answers ready before you apply.

The application is a long 和 tedious road, 和 they are all different. Be aware of the different formats, inform yourself of things like Garda vetting, all the addresses you lived in will need to be identified. Different 工作s require different CV’s,所以要准备重写所有内容。拥有高级简历,从长远来看将为您提供帮助。

The next step is the interview, this is a huge pat on the back. It means your CV works 和 is what the organisation wanted. Now it is for you to prepare, hold on to the 工作 descriptions as this is vital information to you. Prepare yourself more, forearmed is forewarned as they say. Email (very nicely) to the HR personnel 和 ask them the interview process, information like how many will be on the panel 和 who they are, what type of interview will it be?

接下来是四个照明演示中的第一个, 加里·拉康布雷 带领他的演讲 “难以捉摸的中间立场:合格和经验不足”. 我坐在这里,几乎在所有采访中,缺乏实际的图书馆经验始终是我的劣势。有一个师父真令人沮丧’学位,但仍然发现自己在入门级工作,因为’没有必要的经验。由于组织不接受入门级职位的合格专业人员,因此很难告诉您您的职位合格。加里(Gary)说,无论您在什么职位上取得成功,都要确保您参与其他项目,最大限度地提高技能,以便当您再次找到工作时寻找自己“出了你自己的工作描述之外”. 对于那些不断寻找我们的人来说,这是一个很棒的演示,非常令人振奋。

尼尔·奥’Brien 其次是“在问讯处学习”。 Niall在这里教我们如何与您的用户建立关系,了解他们以及他们的兴趣。本质上,即使您正在做“job” you are doing the 工作 you love so let that show when dealing with users, this is such an important message 和 one that we often forget, so thank you Niall. While you build this relationship, you teach them how to answer their own research queries, you give them the tools. Assess how you interact with your users, does the information desk look like a wall, a barrier, or is it a welcoming space an informal space that makes the user comfortable. Always make the experience something that the user will use 和 learn from.

安妮塔·库珀(Anita Cooper) 以工厂名称开始她的演讲“图书馆员上出租车…猜猜接下来会发生什么?安妮塔(Anita)告诉我们一个故事,在最意想不到的情况下,她如何与可爱的玛丽·奥(Marie O)在都柏林商学院图书馆实习’尼尔现在她已经毕业,正在寻找图书馆工作,她说要保持开放的态度。您需要始终相信,当您在正确的时间,正确的时间到达正确的地方时,事情确实会发生。安妮塔(Anita)说,如果她的丈夫没有遇到玛丽,并告诉她安妮塔(Anita)在改变职业和成为图书馆员方面做出的艰难选择的故事。如果没有发生偶然的事情,她会讨厌去想自己会去哪里,甚至更糟的是放弃自己的梦想。唐’不要失去信心,我们都知道这就是我们想要的,所以继续前进,因为我们会到达那里。

最后,我们有 杰西·沃特斯 “我从图书馆学校毕业的第一年” these amazing achievements in just one year goes to show that dedication 和 drive really does pay off. Jesse says in order to keep your mental health healthy in between 工作s, 工作 searching 和 the mountain of rejections, is to concentrate on your Continuing Professional Development. Look for seminars 和 会议 that you can present at, be a lightning talk or a poster presentation it helps you focus on your profession, 和 reminds you that you love what you are doing. While looking after your mental health, network 和 this keeps you in touch with everyone, opportunities arise from these meet up’s. 

高水准的演讲 npdi16 对于所有崭新的图书馆和信息专业人士来说,这是不可思议的,因为它会一直为您服务,所以他们继续做您正在做的事情。您需要的只是耐心和时间,只记得在旅途中玩得开心!


第二部分可以阅读 这里 .

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