CV Guide

Explaining anomalies on your CV

Posted on January 19, 2016 at 8:24 pm

When writing a CV there may be times when you have to put something on that doesn’t look great such as a gap in employment or short employment period at a number of companies. Although you will often have the chance to discuss these anomalies when attending an interview, you may not even get that far. I would advise putting a little comment next to the anything that looks a little odd, just explaining briefly the reasons why. Employers to not have the time to read pages and pages of information, but a little note to say why, is perfectible acceptable.

If you are invited for an interview, be prepared for any questions they may ask you about it. Be honest but try and explain exactly why you had to leave a company after a short time. Some employers will not be concerned with such anomalies, but it is better to be prepared than find yourself on the spot.


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Hunting for Supply Teaching Jobs or Teachers in Hounslow?

Posted on January 16, 2016 at 4:05 pm

The internet is a great place to start hunting when you’re looking to take on a supply teaching Hounslow jobs or hunt for supply teachers. Going online is the best way because it is very convenient and it also helps in saving a lot of time. After all, it is not easy to look for supply teaching positions offline because such needs are erratic or unpredictable; i.e. you can’t really tell as to when such offers would crop up. Therefore it makes no sense to waste time and effort hunting offline, i.e. through the classifieds section of the newspapers or physical ads.

One of the go-to solutions online would be education recruitment agencies, simply sign up with them in order to get your requirements or desires fulfilled. After you sign up with them you will receive notifications and the latest updates about vacant supply teaching posts. In case your skill sets and profiles match the requirement then you will be contacted for the offer. You are then free to take the offer into consideration and decide upon whether or not you’d like to take it up. (more…)

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