Learn how to rock your next interview
When: Wednesday May 25
Time: 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Location: USB Conference Room 1020
Facilitator: Chris Panadero, Senior HR Associate
Bring your lunch, gain skills and learn tips on how to prepare for interviews at UBC! This interactive session will focus on familiarizing participants with how interviews are conducted at UBC and what interviewers look for.
Learn about behavioural based interviews
Become familiar with commonly asked questions
Practice answering questions using successful methods
There are a lot of posting out right now in the department. Come to this session so you can be at your best when it’s time for the interview.
Wellness Centre staffing changes coming soon
The Centre for Occupational Health, Safety, and Wellbeing and the Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Centre Physiotherapy would like to inform you of some upcoming staffing changes.
Eric Gartner is leaving us to return home to Saskatchewan with his wife who has taken on a medical practice there. Jonathan Wou and Amy Baatz have completed their Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and embarking on a new adventures as they take the next steps in their professional careers.
We would like to thank Eric, Jonathan and Amy for all of their hard work and support as they were an integral part of our operations over the last year and a half. We will miss them and all that they have contributed to our health and wellbeing. We wish them all the best with their future endeavors.
With these changes come some new faces. Elliott Usher and Michelle Ta will be joining us. Elliot will be working as a full time physiotherapist. His treatment approach consists of manual therapy-based intervention with a focus on body mechanics during return to work or sport.
Michelle is a fourth year UBC Kinesiology Co-Op Student who has a passion to improve health and wellbeing through exercise prescription. She has found a keen interest in rehabilitation and hopes to pursue a career in physiotherapy. Michelle will be assisting with our wellbeing programs as well as fulfilling some reception duties. Please join us in welcoming Elliot and Michelle to the USB.
Complete your “U Count at UBC Census” at www.msp.ubc.ca
Count yourself in! Complete the UBC Employment Equity Survey by May 27.
UBC is conducting a census of its workforce. Completing the census is mandatory for each of us (answering all the questions is not). The information you provide will give valuable data on who works at UBC so we can continue to shape UBC’s employment equity initiatives and priorities.
The census is also required for UBC to comply with the Federal Contractors Program (UBS is the contractor) and federal employment equity regulations.
It only takes a few minutes to fill in the online survey—learn more at http://ubc.ca/ucount.
More information will be coming to a crew talk near you.
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