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|ARES Job Seekers|
Real estate academic and industry-research job seekers may post their resumes/vitaes on the Career Center site by contacting ARES Career Center Co-Chair Dr. Margot Weinstein at email@example.com. ARES members should send their resume or CV in MS word file and include in the subject heading in your e-mail.
The ARES Career Center encourages Ph.D.s, Ph.D. students, and other real estate research-oriented job seekers with at least a masters degree and ten years experience in real estate analysis and research to post their qualifications on this ARES jobs website. The materials will be posted free of charge to ARES members and student members. The listings will remain on the site from the date received until June 1st of the following year.
The ARES Career Center has recently added resources and tools to help candidates who are seeking employment in both academic and industry research positions. The Career Center Resources link now contains information along with a template about how to design a resume; information and a template for designing a curriculum vitae (CV); information and questions candidates can review to prepare for a job interview; worksheets to help candidates evaluate each new position under consideration; and information on mentoring and Networking Techniques at Conferences. The Career Center will continue to add new resources for applicants and we welcome your comments.
David M. Harrison featured in ARES Newsletter March 2017 on page 7 is a Former ARES President 2015-16. David serves on the ARES Board; he has won 12 ARES manuscript prizes and received the 2007 ARES Kinnard Young Scholar award.Read more about our ARES featured member...
contributed by Chris Manning