Introducing Jenni Proctor…

Jenni Proctor Clarity Career ManagementJenni Proctor is a career practitioner with broad experience in Career Development, Education and Training. She

 is a director of Clarity Connections Pty Ltd, trading as Clarity Career Management.  As an award winning careers professional, she combines a passion for career development across the lifespan with a strong background in education and management. 

Jenni was a classroom teacher for a number of years in Narrabri and Sydney, then studied for a Graduate Diploma in Teacher Librarianship.  Through the 1980s to December 2006 she worked primarily as a teacher librarian, in Sydney and Ballina NSW, with some breaks from teaching provided by periods of time at home raising her family and working in the family business.  From 1999 to 2006 she was the teacher librarian at Mary MacKillop Catholic Parish Primary School Birkdale Qld. 

She studied for a Master of Career Development whilst still working as a teacher librarian/resource centre manager.  This combination of roles led to a very successful innovative career development program at the primary school where she worked.  This program was recognized twice in consecutive years by the prestigious Judith Leeson Excellence in Career Teaching Award, conferred by the Australian Career Service. 

In private practice initially she specialized in mid-life career dissatisfaction and change, as well as career education consultancy work including consultancy services for educational organisations in Western Australia, New South Wales and Queensland.  Her business focus has primarily been mid-life career dissatisfaction and transitions, including the issues of retirement planning.  

Jenni has been the President of the Career Development Association of Australia’s Queensland division and has served time on the CDAA National Executive Council.  She is also a member of the International Coach Federation. Jenni has presented at several CDAA conferences, professional development sessions for CDAA and other career associations, and for major education organisations  around Australia.  She has had articles published in career journals in Australia, as well as newspapers and a women’s magazine.

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