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About Jampacked Careers

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Hi everyone and thank you so much for taking the time to check out Jampacked Careers.  I chose our business name because people tell me I have just the information they need to guide them through that often difficult and sometimes confusing career decision-making process!


What I do

I'm a qualified (Level 6 Post Graduate Diploma in Careers Guidance)and experienced careers professional, registered with the Career Development Institute and my work continues to be far-reaching including:


Young People

From single review sessions to six-week careers coaching packages, I cover all aspects of careers awareness and development: 

  • Exploring, analysing, clarifying and developing career choice options. Providing an actionable plan that helps you move towards achieving your desired potential. 

  • Advising with choices in further education, apprenticeships and higher education.

  • Guidance when looking for your first job, students looking for work placements and careers after graduation.

  • Supporting CV, covering letter and personal statement writing, interview preparation, online assessment practice, assessment centre day planning, developing skills in knowing where to look for jobs and how to build connections through social and professional media.


I run Careers Question Time Evenings for different job sectors as well as Saturday Surgeries where young people can come along for a one-off one hour session with me to support any aspect of their immediate career development.  I can also be found in local schools providing independent careers advice for Yr 10, 11, 12 and 13.

The Graduate Gap

Increasingly, I am being asked to support graduates who left university recently or those who have found it difficult to find work in their chosen field, since qualifying.  From media to maths, motorsport to sports coaching, I am regularly helping graduates identify their next steps and, more importantly, providing practical support to become professional and equipped in their career management including:

  • Writing covering letters and CV

  • Understanding applicant tracking systems, assessment centres and graduate schemes

  • Identifying where to look for opportunities

  • Developing a LinkedIn profile

  • Practicing interviewing and assessment centres

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