IEMA unveils official recruitment partner

1st November 2016


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Susan Ford

Shirley Parsons Associates is pleased to announce it has teamed up with IEMA to become official recruitment partner.

'Having supplied specialist professionals to the environmental and sustainability sector for the past 11 years, Shirley Parsons Associates has come together with IEMA to offer a new dynamic to its members. The partnership itself is about bridging a gap between IEMA, its members and everything relating to ‘careers’.

As the partnership develops, Shirley Parsons Associates will work closely with IEMA and chief executive Tim Balcon to provide specialist information; supporting members with career changes, career events, webinars and more. With countless synergies between the two parties, the partnership is good news for all IEMA members.

The first step for the team at Shirley Parsons Associates has been to work with IEMA on its student campaign, providing content for webinars for both students and graduates. For students, talks focus on how to prepare for employment, with an emphasis on identifying potential career paths early. For graduates, the discussions are mainly on how to get internships that can lead to a first job and being specific in a job search. They can be accessed at iema.net.

At Shirley Parsons Associates, we are excited to be working with the environmental and sustainability sector’s leading professional body. The partnership adds an extra dimension for members; it now gives them a reference point to build and further their development and careers. It is an exciting time for IEMA, its members and the team at Shirley Parsons Associates.’

For more information contact [email protected] or [email protected].

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