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Project Planning Your Job Search

May 14 @ 9:45 am - 11:45 am EDT

Register by Friday, May 13th by noon at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/project-planning-your-job-search-registration-295865219837

A pragmatic, action-oriented project planning process to identify the specific employers you want to work for and how to seek out the positions you are best suited for. Map out a strategic job search project plan by scoping out your search, identifying the milestones, developing clear benchmarks and measurable metrics, setting a flexible but realistic timeline, and a dashboard to share. It provides lots of tools you can use today to shortcut your work search and achieve employment in the most efficient way.

In this webinar, attendees will learn how to:

  • Create a project plan/Gantt Chart for their job search
  • Develop metrics and benchmarks to gauge their campaign’s success
  • Utilize a proven methodology for job search success
  • Develop a specific strategy for effective networking that leads to interview

Paul Cecala’s Bio:

Paul Cecala is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator, work search author, and founder of Cecala Career Consultants. Since 1999 he has assisted over 3000 job seekers ranging from C-Suite executives to college students.

Paul specializes in creating job search project plans and is recognized for his empathetic listening skills, networking skills, interview techniques, and resume writing. He has expertise assisting people with backgrounds in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), aviation, business leadership, project management, technology, pharma/biotech, and healthcare.

Paul has helmed the adult professional education programs for two colleges and a Workforce Development Board. Prior to career coaching, he spent 15 years in corporate aviation ending as Vice President of Aircraft Charter Sales.

Paul earned his BS in Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology and sits on the Industry Advisory Board for its College of Psychology and Liberal Arts. He lives in Morris County, NJ, with his husband and teenage son.


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