The East Berkshire Executive Job Club is a free, volunteer led, self-help group that provides advice and guidance on all aspects of job application and interview for managers and professionals.
Occupations of our members include but are not limited to: managers, project managers, teachers, trainers, consultants, business people, and professionals in human resources, medicine, engineering, IT, sales, marketing, law etc. These are just a few examples.
We can help you focus on your strengths and build your confidence.
Our weekly meetings give guidance on writing a great CV, making a successful job application, interview technique, practising telephone skills and more.
Many jobs are found through networking and never advertised. We advise you on how to network successfully with the right local organisations and your associates.
Membership is free and brings many benefits.
Thursday, Sept 20th
The next session will be on the topic of Rediscover your ability to to win led by Gurdev Lotta
The session will take place between (9.30am for) 9.45am and 12.30pm at the Venue - Slough Aspire Centre, 350 Edinburgh Avenue, Slough, SL1 4TU
The session will start promptly and members are asked to ensure they arrive by 9.30am to help us start on time.
Contact us: 0300 111 5411
Volunteer & member training session by Jobcentre+ at the Open /Learning
Centre in Bracknell on Thursday 13th Sept from 19:00 – 21:00
This will be a session to alert the volunteers, and any members that come along, so to how the system works and what has changed that might be of interest. Lucy Bowman, our speaker will discuss their website and how best to use it. She will cover the key benefits areas and suggest how best to engage with the Job Centre plus.
Lucy Bowman has worked for the DWP in a variety of job roles since 1989, most recently as a partnership manager. Her current patch covers Bracknell and Slough Jobcentres. The role is all about being the liaison point between the Jobcentre and all relevant stakeholders in the community, ensuring that partner organisations are kept informed about key government agendas and priorities and building relationships so that the Jobcentre can work closely with them to provide the best service possible to the public. Most recently, Lucy’s work has centred around the roll-out of Universal Credit and she has spent a lot of time up-skilling partners on these changes.
To join our Club and participate in the activities, all you have to do is complete an application form either at one of our meetings, or download the application form, complete it and bring it to the next meeting. Ideally, please contact us before coming to a meeting, arriving 15 minutes before the scheduled start time to meet the host and be introduced to other members. Please read and agree to the associated terms and conditions of membership. There is no charge for attending our meetings or accessing our services.
Once you have joined the Job Club you can register for access to the Members’ only area.