Joined 9 years ago from Dublin, Ireland
Jennifer Petoff is a seasoned project and programme manager with demonstrated experience delivering global projects across wide-ranging domains including scientific research, human resources, advertising operations, and engineering.
She is a recognized expert on job search strategies based on her experience spearheading MBA and PhD university recruiting for Google and the Rohm and Haas Company. Jennifer also served as a volunteer Career Consultant for the American Chemical Society and has conducted 100s of resume reviews and mock interviews.
Jennifer holds a PhD in Chemistry from Stanford University and a BS in Chemistry and a BA in Psychology from the University of Rochester.
7 years ago
The principles of professional project management can be applied to most situations. Here are 10 steps describing how to run your job search like a well-managed project.
7 years ago
Tips for PhD students and post-docs on how to conduct a successful job search using free tools available from Google.
7 years ago
12 practical suggestions on how to find a new job fast when faced with a layoff.
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