While our careers advisers have sector and school-based specialisms, all are experienced at advising students and graduates on many career-related topics. These might include career direction, diversity & equality (including disability-related issues) postgraduate study or advice on CVs, applications and interviews.
You can make an appointment with any careers adviser via our reception team.
Paul has the following specialisms:
- Law (Barristers)
- Management Consultancy
Deputy Director/Careers Adviser
Shona has the following specialisms:
- Accountancy (including audit, tax and other areas offered by professional services firms)
- Hospitality & events management
- Human resources & recruitment
- Information & library management
- Law (Solicitors)
- Leisure, sport & tourism
- Psychologist roles
- Social, guidance & community work
Liz has the following specialisms:
- Advertising, PR & marketing
- Arts administration
- Buying, selling & retailing
- Creative arts & design
- Heritage & museums management
- Personal & careers guidance
- Publishing, media & performing
- Translation & interpreting
Pamela has the following specialisms:
- Animal & plant resources
- Government & public sector
- Health care
- Investment banking, investment management & retail banking
- Medical-related scientific services
- Natural resources & the environment
- Pensions & insurance
Bhavya has the following specialisms:
- Academic research (science)
- Actuarial profession
- Computing & IT
- Scientific services
- Science-related postgraduate (Masters’ & PhD) study
- Science-related postdoctoral research
In addition, Bhavya is a member of the CAPOD team (Centre for Academic, Professional and Organisational Development), helping to deliver career skills development courses, with a focus on postgrads and postdocs in the physical sciences.
Kristyn covers the following specialisms:
- Not for Profit
- Humanitarian work
- International development
- International organisations
- Public affairs
- Defence & public protection
- Intelligence and security
Enterprise & Employability Adviser
Bonnie is responsible for:
- Self-employment and starting your own business, for students and graduates of any subject
- the St Andrews Award, recognising and celebrating student's development through co-curricular and work related activities
- Enterprise and entrepreneurship education, teaching MN2112 Enterprise & Creativity in the School of Management and running a variety of extra-curricular workshops and seminars.
As part of Student Enterprise, she works closely with SIE and other support organisations, offering a range of competitions and events to encourage students and graduates to find and develop good ideas and the skills necessary to turn them into successful ventures.
International opportunities team
Asia and Postgraduate Opportunities Manager
Tairan is responsible for
- developing new career resources for Asian students and alumni.
- coordinating networking and career events for Asian students and Alumni.
- providing visa information for working/ starting a business in the UK/abroad after graduation.
- working with admissions and student services to improve postgraduate student experience.
North America, Middle East, and Alumni Opportunities Manager
Gloria is responsible for
- Developing new career resources for North American and Middle Eastern students and alumni
- Coordinating networking and career events for North American and Middle Eastern students and alumni, including in-country events
- Providing visa information for working in the UK or USA after graduation
- Developing alumni strategy for the Careers Centre
- Managing the Saint Connect platform and alumni careers network
- Coordinating careers aspects of the William and Mary joint degree program
Pamela has many years’ experience in helping employers engage with students here at St Andrews through promoting their opportunities (graduate roles, internships, etc); booking a space to attend one of our annual Fairs; assisting with organising a Presentation, Skills Workshop, Drop-in and other events. She is one of the Administrators for the Scottish Shared Vacancy Service; has contact with many of the Student Societies and is responsible for all matters relating to office Finance. She also works on the HESA/DLHE Surveys.
Careers Information Officer
Tracey is responsible for the management, development and updating of careers information resources – both paper-based and online.
She regularly creates, reviews and publishes Careers Centre web pages using the university T4 content management system.
Tracey also manages both the work experience and graduate case studies databases and provides reception cover when required.
Student Connections Facilitator
Morag takes care of Saint Connect, identifying and recruiting new members for all students and alumni to get in touch with.
She is responsible for the content posted to all the groups, sourcing items of interest to share to the community.
She facilitates networking, making connections in the wider world to inspire and assist people in making a start across all the areas of interest to St Andrews students and alumni.
Morag also works on bringing inspiring Alumni and employers to St Andrews virtually, taking care of Alumni InSights and virtual events at large.
Amy's role is to welcome students to the Careers Centre and to assist them with initial enquiries and to arrange for them to meet with the Careers Advisers. She is also involved in the updating of careers information resources.
Work Shadowing and Santander Internships Coordinator
Sam is responsible for the Work Shadowing Programme which provides students with an opportunity to shadow and meet with staff, friends, and alumni from across the world.
Sam also coordinates the Santander Internships Summer Internships Scheme, which offers 1 - 10 week paid internships in SME's (small to medium enterprises) across the UK.