Your career consultation could cover the following:
- Ongoing career management
- Professional development advice and guidance
- Returning to work after a break
- Exploring your career options if you are thinking about making a career change
- CV and application guidance to highlight your potential effectively
- Interview practice to give you the tools and confidence you require
- Redundancy risk
- Planning for retirement
- Anything else you need career help and advice about
Book a consultation with a qualified Career Specialist
We offer early morning and evening slots from 7.30am to 7.30pm on selected weekdays by appointment for our professional members. These can take place by phone, email, video conference or in person at our offices in Cambridge. Please contact the team directly for these appointments or general queries.
Consultations also happen face to face in various UK cities on various days every Spring and Autumn as well at our offices in London twice a month. Search for availability and book your London or UK city career consultation now.
If you’d like to book an appointment or have a query for the team please contact us using the form on the left. We will get back to you within five days.
Consultations are available to our Associate members (AMRSC), Members (MRSC) and Fellows (FRSC). If you are unsure about your membership category and what support is available, then please contact the Career Management team or visit http://www.rsc.org/careers. We recommend those currently studying at undergraduate level access their university careers service in the first instance.
What our members say
Here’s what some members recently told us about their consultation.
It was helpful to have the opportunity to thoughtfully consider possible options to further my career and run ideas past someone.
After undertaking a mock interview with one of the careers advisers, I felt the advice and encouragement she gave me helped me secure an interview...and I was offered the job!
Realistic advice - not just about career progression but also taking into account personal situation (factors outside of work affecting career decisions).