Location: London, UK
Board Position Sought:
- Board member
1) Helping undergraduates develop their employability and understanding of the graduate labour market, 2) Initial training and cpd for career guidance professionals, 3) resilience training for young unemployed people.
Areas of Work
As Associate Dean of a large and diverse school of psychology, Rachel is an exceptional leader, with effective management know-how. She has both strategic and operational responsibilities and makes a key contribution to quality assurance and programme development at university level. Her career guidance training informs work with students.
Her personal chair in career guidance was awarded for her outstanding contribution to career guidance, which has earned her an international reputation. She has conducted national research on resilience in the young unemployed; currently investigating (in an EU team) innovative training for career guidance professionals. A superb communicator, Rachel has often presented at IAEVG.
Publications or Key Achievements
Mulvey, M. R. (in press). Training for career guidance counsellors: current trends in England. In S. Kraatz & B.-J. Ertelt (Eds.), Professionalisation of career guidance in Europe. Mannheim: Hochschule der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (HdBA) University of Applied Labour Studies.
Done, J. and Mulvey, M.R. (2011) Brilliant Graduate Career Handbook. Harlow: Pearson Education.
Mulvey, M R (2006) Experiencing change in career guidance practice: two stories, in Constructing the Future: Transforming Career Guidance, 75-88. Stourbridge: Institute of Career Guidance. IBSN 0903076-28-4.
Mulvey, M R (2006) Career Guidance in England: Retrospect and Prospect. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. 34 (1), 13-30.
Mulvey, M R (2004) The UK perspective: Ethics in practice, in: Etik i vejledningen. Copenhagen: Via Vejledning.Nr.1:2004.[Online]Available: http://ug.dk/Videnscenterorvejledning/Forside/Virtuelttidsskrift/2004nr,-d-,.aspx [2008, October 29].
Mulvey, M R (2004) Can I stop now? The role of continuing professional development (CPD) in professional practice. Constructing the Future III - Reflection on Practice, pp11 - 22. Stourbridge: ICG. ISBN 0 9030 76268 .
Professor Jenny Bimrose, University of Warwick