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Public identity & Job research

Public identity & Job research

This presentation was given to students looking for a work-study to prepare them for interviews and tips for public identity.

Donia Chaiehloudj

September 16, 2022
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  1. Build your Public Identity & Find a job Donia Chaiehloudj

  2. Donia Chaiehloudj Backend Software Engineer (Go & Cloud) Public Speaker

    @GopherCon @ContainerDays Mentor Member of WHAT06 Women Techmaker ambassador Google Developer Group organiser @doniacld donia-chaiehloudj @doniacld @doniacld
  3. What is public identity?

  4. What is public identity?

  5. Public Identity Professional World

  6. The road to the job you love... Build a CV

    Personal Branding Interviews The perfect job
  7. What a CV should contain?

  8. What a CV should contain? Title A description Contacts Education

    Projects Internships Experiences Technical kills Non-technical skills Hobbies
  9. What a CV should contain? Title A description Contacts Education

    Projects Internships Experiences Technical kills Non-technical skills Hobbies Keywords & synonyms
  10. What makes a great CV?

  11. What makes a great CV? Content Precise Clear Honest Give

    context Give numbers
  12. What makes a great CV? Content Design Precise Clear Honest

    Give context Give numbers Simple Clear Careful presentation
  13. What makes a great CV? Content Design Precise Clear Honest

    Give context Give numbers Simple Clear Careful presentation Tailored Adapted to the role you are applying for Keywords & synonyms
  14. How to adapt it to a company?

  15. How to adapt it to a company? 🕵 Do your

    research (company, role, tech blog, employees) 🎯 Put forward the technologies matching an offer 󰜻 Update your title, your description, your assets...
  16. https://cvdesignr.com/p/628b97e123c55 https://cvdesignr.com/p/60f72a1477d5b

  17. https://cvdesignr.com/p/628b97e123c55 https://cvdesignr.com/p/60f72a1477d5b

  18. 💡Tips for the future CVs varies from a country to

    another Culture are different 󰎤 More than one page CV with a long description 󰑔 One page very neutral
  19. https://cvdesignr.com/en Tools

  20. None
  21. Let’s apply to your CV

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  23. Personal Branding

  24. What is Personal Branding Create a brand around your person

    but not in a negative way. Standing for yourself and your business to command respect and confidence from your peers and customers.
  25. What is LinkedIn

  26. What is LinkedIn LinkedIn is a professional social network.

  27. LinkedIn profile & features About you Title Contact Status (open

    to work?) Who are you? What do you do? Work Experiences Education Projects Internships Skills Social Featured posts (CV) Follow companies Connect with people Attend to online events React to content And it is also a job platform...
  28. Examples https://www.linkedin.com/in/donia-chaiehloudj/

  29. What is Twitter

  30. What is Twitter A lot of politics but very exciting

    tech news!
  31. Whom to follow Companies you like, you are interested to

    Technologies account People in tech sharing news, knowledge Open source projects account ... Build your tech feed
  32. Join communities

  33. Create your own lists

  34. What is Github

  35. What is Github GitHub, Inc., is an Internet hosting service

    for software development and version control using Git.
  36. Host your projects

  37. Build a profile

  38. Create opportunities

  39. How can you create opportunities?

  40. How can you create opportunities? Communities Engage as volunteer Go

    to local conference Apply for scholarships
  41. How can you create opportunities? Communities Engage as volunteer Go

    to local conference Apply for scholarships Networking Family Extended family Pairs Colleagues Camarade Professors
  42. How can you create opportunities? Communities Engage as volunteer Go

    to local conference Apply for scholarships Networking Family Extended family Pairs Colleagues Camarade Professors Mentoring Pair-Pair Manager, Professor, ... Official mentors Informal mentors
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  46. Post your CV as document

  47. Write a LinkedIn Post Attention: how to attract the attention

    Interest: increasing the potential user’s interest level. Desire: make the user desire it, moving their mindset from “I like it” to “I want it.” Action: Initiate an action (share, comment, tag people, company) Nice emojis Your CV as media
  48. Example of a LinkedIn Post

  49. Let’s write your LinkedIn Post

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  51. Hunting for a job

  52. ⌛ Be ready Have a generic CV which you can

    tailor Have a generic motivation letter which you can tailor LinkedIn profile is up to date Your label open to work is present
  53. 📣 Shout it to the world Post it on LinkedIn

    Prepare emails and LinkedIn messages Post your CV on websites (Indeed, Glasdoor, APEC, Monster...) Contact your network A reference is better than 1000 CVs
  54. 󰜻 Apply Create alerts on LinkedIn and other platforms Analyse

    the offer, tailor your CV Apply to spontaneous opportunities
  55. 󰳓 You got an interview 1. HR interview 2. Technical

    interview (1-3) 3. Manager interview
  56. 󰲑 Human Resources 1. Present yourself 2. Present the company

    3. Deeper questions about you 4. Do you have questions 5. Logistic questions (Availability dates & salary)
  57. 󰲑 Who are you? 1. My name is ..., I

    am .. years olds. I have been studying ... since ... . I had the opportunity to build ... during my internship which made me want to go in IT. 2. Since then, I am passionate about ... and ... that is why I joined Innov Campus to follow my studies in the field of ... . 3. When I saw the role as ... in your company ... I thought it could be very interesting to put in practice ... and learn more about ... .
  58. 󰲑 Qualities vs Weaknesses What are your strengths? Organised Passionated

    Curious Quality-driven Solving problems What have you been doing to improve? Disorganized Prone to procrastination Uncomfortable with public speaking Extreme introversion Limited experience in a particular skill or software https://www.coursera.org/articles/str engths-and-weaknesses-interview
  59. 󰲑 Example of a strength Solving Problems I am a

    solutions-oriented person and a quick learner. In my role as an electrical engineer, I learned to perform well under pressure when designing equipment because our team would not be able to win a contract unless we produced the blueprints quickly, with as few resources as possible. In these circumstances, I am not afraid to ask questions to figure out the challenge. I do extensive research for every client, so I can be extra prepared. https://www.coursera.org/articles/strengths-and-weaknesses-interview
  60. 󰲑 Example of a weakness Lack of experience with skill

    or software I haven't had as much experience with Python as I'd like. When I decided to make a shift into data analytics, I knew I'd need to use a statistical programming language to perform efficient analysis. I signed up for a Python for Everybody course, and I've found I really love it. I'm excited to start applying the techniques I'm learning to help make my workflow more efficient. https://www.coursera.org/articles/strengths-and-weaknesses-interview
  61. 󰳕 Technical Interview Theory technical questions Deep questions about your

    previous experiences Live coding Prepare your technical questions
  62. 󰳕 Do your homework 1. Know your theory 2. Practice

    coding games (leetcode, codility, coding game...) 3. Make sure you know what’s on the role and you did your research 4. Do not lie if you do not know, relate to similar situation
  63. 👔 Manager / CTO / CEO... A validation interview Know

    your pitch about yourself Make sure your know about the company and the products And prepare your questions
  64. How to behave? Be nice Be positive Be interested Be

    interesting Be dynamic Be prepared Be yourself
  65. And then? Yes 🎉 Congrats! No Ask for feedback Understand

    what you can improve
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  67. Let’s practice

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  69. How to ace the marathon interviews? Further resources Connect with

    me Dema1n French mentoring platform Les tests techniques en recrutement