Finding a new job is hard work. From searching job ads, making calls, take notes, writing your CV, to preparing for an interview. Today it’s also about mastering online networking, and choosing your references. Here are our advice to help you track down the job you’re looking for, and help when hunting down new job opportunities and give momentum make your career going forward.
Flexibility and variety is basic for temporary roles. Whether the role lasts for a couple of days or several months, taking on a temporary job opportunity can simply fit your work around your lifestyle more efficiently.
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Writing your CV
Your CV are your first impression. Its your showreel of experience, knowledge, skills and drive to do the job. Customize your CV to suit the specific position you’re applying for.
References are used frequently. Are you right for the job? Therefor it’s important to choose people who can speak knowledgeably about your professional and personal attributes.
Commonly used referees
Your most recent/current employer
Long-time professional contact
University/College tutor or lecturer
Preparing for an interview
If you research the company it shows you take an interest in what they do. Click thru their website and read about the organisation. Make a note of any major changes, and basic information like their annual sales, number of employees, geographic location and latest industry trends. If you’re unsure what to wear, it’s always better to be slightly overdressed.
Grow your online network
As the world’s largest professional social network, LinkedIn now plays a big part in finding a new job. A good profile helps you to stand out from the crowd. It’s not just about the job you do, it’s about showing the world who you are and what you’re best at. Optimising your profile helps potential employers find you when they’re searching LinkedIn for people to join them.