Career Management – My Career Plan
1 – YOUR NAME -this is your plan and your professional future that you are mapping out
2 – A professional profile summary statement that can be included as part of your professional
identity on digital platforms. Placed at the top of your career plan, this statement will always be on
hand for adding to your online profiles or correspondence
3 – A revised career aspiration statement (based on your research of future trends, the industry panel
and your informational interview) and updated from your Assessment 1 Career Aspiration
4 – A plan to take as much control as possible of your current and future digital identity (e.g.
practical steps such as sectioning off public from private; plan to create a healthy online presence
that will attract potential employers)
5 – A skills self-evaluation (what skills do I have; what skills do I need; what skills do I want to
develop). This should be for a. technical skills (i.e. qualifications and certifications) and b.
6 – A SMART Goal action plan to develop one employability skill or Murdoch Attribute
7 – Career goals: large and small, how to achieve them/what do I need to do, when will I achieve
8 – Timeline – organise the career plan over 2 – 3 years (post graduation) using visual elements to
chart your progress.