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What help does Careers and Employment offer?

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    • What can I do with a Degree in Business? Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) (L058) May 2007 For entry and admission requirements: http://courses.swinburne.edu.au/courses *See also in the ICT series What can I do with a degree in:  Bachelor of Business Information Systems (I066) and  Bachelor of Business Information Systems/ Bachelor of Business (I067) What can I do with this degree? The Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) prepares students for careers in systems analysis and design, business analysis, management and IT consulting roles. Business Systems Design and Analysis involves developing solutions to business and related technology problems through the creation of detailed documentation for the advancement of com- puter systems. Graduates may be employed as:  Applications System Designer  Database Design Specialist  Network Designer  Operations Systems Designer  Software Designer  Systems Architect  Systems Designer (Research) Examples of where you may find employment:  IT-specific industries - both large and small  Banking and Finance industries  Private Enterprise  Government Departments  Self-employment The skills and attributes required by Business Systems Design graduates:  Good communication skills  Good presentation skills  Ability to build rapport with clients  Ability to analyse and solve problems  Good organisational skills  Professional and ethical employees  Excellent numeracy skills  Attention to detail and accuracy  The ability to work independently Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) ©Careers and Employment, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007 Page 1
    • Swinburne Graduate Attributes:  Entrepreneurial in contributing to innovation and development within their business, workplace, or community.  Capable in their chosen professional, vocational or study areas.  Able to operate effectively in work and community situations.  Adaptable and manage change.  Aware of environments in which they will be contributing Some employers who have employed Swinburne graduates: Coles www.coles.com.au/careers/ Dun and Bradstreet Monash University www.dnb.com.au www.monash.edu.au IT&T Worx www.ittworx.com/ IP Systems Pty Ltd Nissan Motor Company www.ipsystems.com.au www.nissan.com.au General Electric www.gecareers.com Larzep Australia Pty Ltd National Australia Bank www.larzep.com.au www.national.com.au Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu www.deloitte.com.au Melbourne IT www.melbourneit.com.au/ Dept Agriculture Forestry & Fisheries Siemens Ltd www.affa.gov.au www.siemens.com.au Swinburne University Graduate Destination Statistics: According to the GDS (Graduate Destination Survey) conducted with students graduating at the end of 2005:  61.9% of Bachelor of Information Systems (Hawthorn) graduates who responded were in full-time employment in 2006  81.3% of Bachelor of Information Systems/ Bachelor Of Business (Hawthorn) graduates who responded were in full-time employment in 2006  79.7% of Bachelor of Business (Lilydale) graduates who responded were in full-time employment in 2006  Median starting salary for Bachelor of Information Systems graduates was $38,361.11 *Note: Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) is a new course for 2007 Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) ©Careers and Employment, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007 Page 2
    • Potential Employers: Australian Bureau of Statistics KPMG Protiviti www.abs.gov.au/recruitment www.kpmg.com.au www.protiviti.com.au/careers Commonwealth Bank Macquarie Bank Rio Tinto www.commbank.com.au/ www.macquarie.com.au/au/abo www.graduates.riotinto.com ut_macquarie/careers.htm Dept. of Employment and S2F Pty Ltd Workplace Relations Mainfreight www.s2f.com.au www.dewr.gov.au/graduate. www.mainfreight.com.au Shell Department of Immigration & MasterFoods www.shell.com/careers Multicultural Affairs www.mars.com/university www.immi.gov.au Thiess Pty Ltd Microsoft www.thiess.com.au/careers Dun & Bradstreet www.microsoft.com/australia/careers www.dnb.com.au Transfield Services Moore Stephens www.transfieldservices.com. Ernst & Young www.careers.moorestephens. www.ey.com/au/careers com.au Unilever Australasia www.unilever.com.au Ford Motor Company Northeast Quadrant www.careers.ford.com.au www.northeastquadrant.com.au United Group www.unitedgrads.com IBM Australia Ltd Orica Limited www.ibm.com/employment/au/ www.orica.com/graduates VicRoads Insurance Australia Group www.vicroads.vic.gov.au Pageup Pty Ltd www.iag.com.au/graduate www.pageup.com.au Watson Wyatt www.watsonwyatt.com.au PricewaterhouseCoopers www.pwc.com/au/careers General Recruitment Agencies: Accel Group LINK Recruitment www.accelgroup.com.au Enterprise Architects www.linkrecruitment.com.au www.enterprisearchitects.com.au M&T Resources Ambit Recruitment www.mtr.com.au www.ambit.com.au Greythorn www.greythorn.com Manpower Australia Wide www.manpower.com.au www.australiawide.com.au Hays www.hays.com.au Michael Page Int. Barber and Bunton www.michaelpage.com.au www.barberbunton.com.au Hoban Recruitment www.hoban.com.au Odin Consulting CBI Solutions www.odin.com.au www.careerbridge.com.au Hudson Global http://au.hudson.com/ Peoplebank Chandler Macleod Grp www.peoplebank.com.au www.chandlermacleod.com Icon Recruitment www.iconrec.com.au Professional Futures DFT Recruitment www.professionalfutures.com.au www.dfp.com.au JKM Consulting www.jkm.com.au EDT Global www.edtglobal.com.au Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) ©Careers and Employment, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007 Page 3
    • Professional Associations: Additional general employment sites: Australian Financial Markets Association www.graduateopportunities.com www.afma.com.au www.unigrad.com.au www.graduatecareers.com.au Australian Institute of Management www.myfuture.com.au www.aim.com.au www.jobsearch.gov.au/joboutlook www.careerone.com.au Institute of Management Consultants www.graduateopportunities.com www.imc.org.au www.jobsearch.com.au www.mycareer.com.au The Financial Services Institute of Australasia www.seek.com.au www.finsia.edu.au What help does Careers and Employment offer? www.swinburne.edu.au/careers  Graduate Opportunities lists major graduate programs. Copies of these are available at the Careers and Employer Centre or can be viewed online www.graduateopportunities.com  Careers and Employment job search handouts o Addressing Selection Criteria o Assessment Centres o Cover Letters or Letters of Application o Curriculum Vitae or Resume o Interviews - How to Plan, Prepare and Perform o Informational Interviewing o Job Hunting o Networking: What Is It and How Do You Do It? o Online Applications o Psychometric Tests o Self Help Guide to Career, Course & Employment Resources o Skills and Attributes o Thinking About Changing Your Course? o Voluntary Work Experience Program SwinEmploy offers the following resources:  All job offers for casual, vacation, part-time, full-time and graduate employment  Links to employer websites  Enables students to book online for events such as workshops and employer information sessions This material has been produced from the Swinburne University Graduate Destinations Survey, Graduate Careers Council of Australia, Graduate Opportunities, Australian Job Search, The Job Guide, Professional Associations and Careers and Employment research. Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) ©Careers and Employment, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007 Page 4
    • ADVERTISEMENT EXAMPLES Taken from www.alljobs.com.au (Feb 2007) • Permanent Opportunity • CBD Location • Financial Services Join this well regarded financial services organisation as a Graduate Project Analyst, working as part of a project team to deliver the required business analysis. You will be required to display strong skills in: • Analysis • Scope Management • Time Management • Communication Management • Leadership • Quality Standards • Delivery of Desired Business Outcomes To be considered for this role you will have a relevant tertiary education across Economics, Commerce or Finance with relevant subjects undertaken in Project Management, Analysis, Financial Analysis, Change Management, or other subjects relevant to a career in Projects. On the job training will be provided across a variety of roles and tasks appropriate to your experience and needs. The role offers $45k package to the right candidate. If you are interested in this role, you MUST forward both your Resume and Academic Transcripts in Word format toregister@rmaonline.com.au . Faxed Academic Transcripts can also be sent to (03) 9622 0322 and marked attention Michael. Only candidates with a current Permanent Residency status need apply, bridging visas will not be considered. Resumes without academic transcripts will not be considered. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below, quoting Ref No. JBC-SE0398. Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) ©Careers and Employment, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007 Page 5
    • Project Coordinators • Entry Level Project Management opportunity • Growth Organisation • Training and mentoring provided ••••••••• Call about this role 7am to 10pm on any day ••••••••• Our client is a leading provider of network and services infrastructure to enterprise level organisations. They require the services of a project coordinator to join their growing team. This is an entry level position to the Project Management team where you can use your existing skills and experience to learn and grow your project management career. Ideally you will have a formal qualification in IT, computing or business systems and have worked in administration or customer service roles that have involved you in the support and delivery of IT&T related services to customers. You will be computer literate, a good user of MS Word, Excel and preferably MS Project and have written and developed reports and spreadsheets in the past. You will have strong analysis and organisational skills with the ability to multi task and juggle concurrent project requirements. As part of a larger team you will have good interpersonal skills, a sense of humour and be able to work with a variety of different team members. In this role you will report to a Project Team Leader whilst working with a number of experienced project management professionals. One of their key objectives is to grow and mentor more junior team members providing ongoing support and encouragement as well as a variety of experiences to further your career opportunity. If you wish to pursue a Project Management career and are keen to learn in a dynamic environment then send your resume or call for additional information. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• Your interest is important to us so if you would like to talk to a consultant about this role you can call any time between 7am and 10pm on any day (7 days a week). To apply email your resume quoting reference # P1205 Email: Please click the 'Apply Now' button below. Bachelor of Business (Business Systems Design) ©Careers and Employment, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007 Page 6