By Kate Smith
Do you want to study somewhere where the focus is on the employment outcome? So did Graeme.
For a number of years Graeme was working in a variety of part-time and casual positions.
Graeme always had an interest in IT and wanted a career with a future. He was impressed by the commitment and support of the Computer Power team and the flexibility of the study hours; this was important to Graeme as he was working a rotational shift and his study needed to fit in with work.
Graeme is studying Software Development, is getting great results and enjoying the environment.
After a positive experience, the client who hired another CPI graduate, Rawan contacted us with another vacancy. We spoke with Graeme and after a night to think about it, Graeme decided that he’d like to be put forward for the role.
After two successful interviews Graeme was offered the role, and he is now working full-time in an IT Support (applications) role, with an international academic software house and will complete his studies part-time.
What do you think is important when getting yourself job-ready? Let us know in the comments.