Sick and tired of rejection? Are you fatigued with applying for jobs and either never hearing back from the employer, and/or receive an unsuccessful letter? What innovative and creative thinking do we need to have to ensure we are realistic about the job market?
Eather Recruitment Pty Ltd has been established for a number of years, established to specifically service the needs of Regional NSW. With offices and personnel located in Mudgee and Port Macquarie, we can be close by and ready to assist.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank those job seekers who prepare their applications with care and consideration. Many applicants are now fully aware that their applications need to be tailored and adapted to each position.
Often, due to the nature of temping, the jobs are varied and at times, there is very little time for the host organisation to train or induct the temp.
We act as a “go-between” and can facilitate your progress to a shortlist. We do this by carefully assessing your skills, experience and qualifications and how these match up to the advertised position.
DUI resumes can turn out amazing. Many do not make the first cut! If you’re not sure, ask an expert to review and advise.
Writing a winning resume is a skill, and an art. Producing a winning resume that stands-out is a specialised skill,…
Resumes and job applications are only one aspect to finding the best work! Make sure you also research your potential employers!
We often field requests from job seekers who have very high expectations of what a recruitment agency can deliver for them. There is a distinct difference between an Employment Agency and a Recruitment Agency.
Knowledge, Skills and Ability can be also disguised under Key Selection Criteria (KSC), each have distinct differences between them.
So, you have what you think is “a cracker” of a resume and you’re sending this resume out to a variety of jobs and …. nothing… …no interview requests, and if you are lucky, you get a “sorry, you have been unsuccessful” reply… There is a strong message and lesson here… your resume is not working for you!
Responding to Selection Criteria. It’s a specialised skill and you’re not alone. This article with cover how should you respond…
RESUMES haven’t changed much in many years. They appear to suit the general purpose. Most applicants spend a lot of time making sure that there resume meets a high standard. However, there is groundswell of employers and HR departments that are begging for even better resumes.
Your resume is one of the main ways employers have of making a judgement of you. It should reflect who you are, what you have done and what you could offer a new employer, it should not be an example of how much you don’t care about the impression your’e making.
RESUME, CAPABILITY LEVELS, COVER LETTERS AND MUCH, MUCH MORE !!
Applying for a job, especially within government sectors can be very tricky! Here are a few helpful tips to get you started:-
Job = passion? Are you capable of blending both? Here are some inspirational quotes to help. Which one resonates the most to you?
A good Resume is only one that gets you to an interview – otherwise write a better one!
Good communication is a core competencies for all jobs.. regardless of the level! Notice that this statement also asks for 3 skill-sets – written/verbal and presentation to an audience. You can try to “bundle” all three, or you can divide it up, either way, I strong suggest a very basic formula to follow:- S.A.R – Situation/ action / response
Imagine for a moment what it would be like to do exactly what you love, to do what you are really, really good at, imagine the work being so in tune with who you are, it almost seems a piece of cake! You are invigorated each day, keen to get started!
“Is your resume getting you that interview?”
If it is, then you have a good resume, however, if it does not get you in front of a potential employer, it’s doing you NO favours! It should read like a sales document, it should “sell” your skills, experience and qualifications… it should make you like highly marketable!