Finding a job that suits you
Working in a job you love greatly increases your chances of long-term career success and satisfaction, so it’s important to make the right decision. It is more rewarding to wait for the right position that you have always endeavoured to rush into a job, knowing that this is not suitable for you.
Creating a career plan
A succinct, detailed career plan is one of the most useful tools you can use to identify where you are, where you want to be and how to get there. Our consultants are experienced in knowing the careers path many candidates take and understand the ideology of companies and how they promote within. The National Careers Service can advise on careers and we strongly recommend to consult these if you are unsure of the career path you want to take.
Tips for graduate job seekers
As a recent university graduate, taking the first steps toward a new career is an exciting and rewarding experience, provided you are prepared, focused and flexible in your approach. Many companies offer graduate programs within and offer fantastic packages. For many companies graduates are the future leaders.
Tips for managing your online reputation
An increasing number of employers are using social networking sites and online search engines to research job applicants. The internet is a powerful tool and recruitment agencies & companies use this to source candidates.
Surviving your Job search
Finding a new job can be extremely challenging – and lengthy, even for the most experienced professional. Never lose hope of a placement and continue to use all avenues possible to showcase your talents and secure that ideal position.
The Role of social media in your job search
Employers are increasingly using social media channels to screen potential new employees. Whether you’re an avid user of social media or not, it will likely play a role in your job search. Ensure your profiles are correct and always updated. Sites like Linked IN are commonly used by employers to find candidates so if you’re not on there…you miss out on a potential job interview.