Recruitment Agencies

Making a Good Impression on a Recruitment Agency

Posted on February 17, 2017 at 11:13 am

Using a recruitment agency is one of the easiest ways to get yourself a new job. The right agency will be invaluable, helping you to find suitable positions and contacting companies on your behalf to save you sending in cold applications. You will need to make a good impression on the agency you choose so that they feel confident recommending you to their clients.

When you first contact a recruitment agency, see if you are able to meet them in person. This will give them a chance to really get to know you and what you are looking for. It will make you look keen, and it will also make you more memorable so that you are likely to spring to mind when your recruitment consultant gets an exciting new job opportunity.

Be persistent without nagging your consultant. They want to know that you are interested but they are very busy people. If you don’t hear from them for a while, you could give them a call to catch up.

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Recruitment agency advantages

Posted on June 28, 2016 at 9:30 am

If you are a business owner and are looking to hire someone for a vacancy you have then you have two options; you can either manage the recruitment process yourself or you can chose to use a recruitment agency. There are advantages and disadvantages of doing both, but you can save a huge amount of time by using an agency to fill the position. Without having to worry about advertising the job yourself and then carry out interviews etc, you can let the recruitment agency handle all of this for you. Obviously there will be a cost involved in this but many agencies only charge if they find you a suitable candidate. Also often the cost is less than it would have cost in your time and advertising fees should you have decided to advertise it yourself.

If in doubt you could always trial a recruitment agency and you may even be able to get a reduced rate the first time.

 

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Recruitment agency fees

Posted on February 19, 2016 at 8:51 pm

Recruitment agencies work in a number of ways. Some will offer a service where they will try and find you a permanent position based on your experience and skills. They will possibly interview you and then put your CV forward to a number of companies that are advertising jobs that you may be suited to. They usually assist you through the recruitment process and will give you feedback from the employer. Other agencies concentrate more on temporary workers. They often work with a number of organisations who only want staff for a limited time (maybe during a busy period). These positions are sometimes even only offered on a day by day basis and you may find that you are working at a number of different locations within one week.

Recruitment agencies usually pass their fees on to the employer for any permanent job they are filling. The costs are often a percentage of the job salary offered to the applicant. Temporary job agencies often take a percentage of the employee’s salary to cover their fees.

 

 

 

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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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Recruitment stands …do they work?

Posted on August 30, 2015 at 8:18 pm

Some companies go out in to the local areas to try and recruitment new employees. The Army, Navy and Royal Air Force can often be seen talking to the local community explaining to them what they do and asking them to join their cause.

So does this type of recruitment work? It is often a numbers game, but not many people who leave their details actually end up joining. This can be because they felt under pressure or too embarrassed to say no, so end up just ignoring the calls and or letters.

TV adverts have proved more successful as a recruitment process simply because they give people the information and then let them go away and decide if they want to apply for a position. TV ads can also show people real footage so they get a true feel for some of the types of things they can expect.

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Recruitment agencies for teachers

Posted on May 29, 2015 at 7:31 pm

Teaching posts are sometimes not advertised like other job posts. They are normally shown on specialist websites such as TES and often on local authority sites but you may no find them on everyday jobs boards or recruitment sites.

There are some recruitment agencies out there that specifically specialise in education recruitment ranging from teaching posts to teaching assistances and office admin roles in schools. If you are looking for a job within the education industry then this would be a great place to start. Not only do they have a wealth of jobs on offer they can offer advice on interviewing techniques and work load / time management when within a role. Some even offer resources that teachers can download such as lesson plans and material to use within the classroom.

As you may expect, you often do not have to pay to register with these agencies but they may take a percentage of your salary when working through them. Always be sure to check the terms and conditions of each agency before enrolling on their books.

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Using a recruitment agency to get an office based job

Posted on November 27, 2014 at 8:26 pm

Recruitment agencies can be ideal for getting jobs within an office environment as many larger companies will only use recruitment agencies to source employees, either as full time staff or for temp work.
The agencies usually have a range of companies on their books and can search through for something that would be appropriate for both parties.

When you first go to a recruitment agency they will usually start with an informal chat and will ask to see your CV. You will then be required to complete one of their application forms so that they can profile match you to a suitable role. As part of this process, particularly if you are going for office work they will usually put you through a series of tests based around your accuracy in recording data, your reading speed, typing speed and spelling and grammar tests. Although this may sound very daunting it’s not something that you have to pass or fail, it merely assesses where you’d be best placed as some secretarial work will come with a set typing speed requirement.

The agency will then put you forward for formal interviews with suitable companies until you find a role that your happy with and start employment with the company directly.

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Recruitment agencies how they work

Posted on June 30, 2014 at 11:43 am

If you are currently in the process of looking for a job then you may find it useful to register with a recruitment agency. There are many of these agencies about some online and others that have an office that you can go to. If you look on the internet you will find a list of them and you may want to visit their website to see what they offer and if they charge a fee.

Some recruitment agencies will take a fee from you each time they find you work where as lots of other ones will actually charge the company you work for rather than you. They offer full time and part time, permanent and temporary jobs in many different industries. Some of them specialise in a particular field, for example I.T or administration roles.

It is advised that if you need work quickly and are not really bothered what work you do that you register with as many as possible accepting all types of jobs available.

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7 Top Tips to Find Teaching Jobs in Education

Posted on December 23, 2013 at 12:14 pm

Finding jobs especially in education can sometimes be frustrating if you do not have right tips. If you are thinking about having the best jobs, then the following are some of the tips you should always use;

1. Start the process of job search early

Most positions of jobs in education often start at the begging of every academic year in most of the schools. To increase your chances of success you have to make sure that you begin earlier. You can also arrange to attend the regional as well as national conferences where most of the interviews are held. This will also save you on the cost of travelling to schools where subsequent interviews are often held.

2. Think clearly on what you want

After spending years of teaching, you can always specialize on one discipline to enable you deliver. This is mainly important for those people who have experience in teaching. This will give you higher chances of getting more paying jobs in education.

3. Think objectively on what you offer

Find out what the skills as well as experience you to offer to your peers. You must be careful on what you offer to the students especially weak students. Make sure that you plan on how you will deliver since this question is always common when doing your interview in most schools in UK.

4. Observe deadlines

Procrastination is fatal! Submit your application early enough especially at least 2 weeks prior to the deadline. You can to call the schools to ensure that they have received your application. This will definitely increase your chances of getting these jobs.

5. Keep your resume current

Make sure your resume short & job specific. Include relevant details only. In addition, you have to make sure that it looks professional by using word processor when composing it. This will always show your personality.

6. Network constantly

Your network with your colleagues, family, and friends is among the best means of finding new jobs. You must also e-mail your resume to the friends that you know since this will increase your chances of getting a job.

7. Be flexible

Make sure you be flexible to the offers that the employers may be offering. You can always negotiate for better deals once you get the specific job that you want.

8. Set salary expectations realistically

You can ask your colleagues what they earn from their salary scales while factoring in your experience as well as certifications/skills. You have to remember that most private school salaries can sometimes be lower compared to public school salaries.

9. Be willing to do extra duties

You must also show your willingness to do other jobs apart from classroom teaching. These duties may include; teaching musical or coaching a chess team, coaching football team among other duties. This will give higher chances of getting the jobs.

10. Always make that good impression.

During the interview, you must always try to give a good impression of what you offer to the institution. Engage the interviewer during the interview. This will definitely give you higher chances of getting jobs in education.

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How to become a chartered accountant?

Posted on February 15, 2012 at 11:48 am

Accountancy Jobs

Are you looking for accountancy jobs? Chartered accountancy involves giving professional advice to organisations on a wide range of business and finance issues. Your may be required to offer business advice as well as a range of financial reporting, taxation, auditing, forensic accounting, corporate finance and insolvency advice. Therefore chartered accountants are expected to have a solid foundation in business strategy, marketing, economics, management and information systems.

How to become a chartered accountant?

To become an Institute of Charted Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) chartered accountant you need to complete the ACA qualification and be accepted as a member of ICAEW. Typically it will take a graduate three years to complete an ACA training agreement, which includes passing the exam and technical experience requirements.

Jobs in Accounting

Once you are qualified you there are several areas that you might choose to specialise in. Follow the links below to our summary of finance and accountancy jobs you might consider as a qualified chartered accountant:

Jobs in Audit and Assurance
Jobs in Forensic Accounting
Jobs in Business Recovery and Insolvency
Jobs in Corporate Finance
Financial Accounting Jobs
Jobs in Tax

www.ijobsfinancial.co.uk is a leading online jobsite for accountancy jobs, finance jobs, banking jobs and insurance jobs in the UK and internationally. Whether you are looking to get into these professions or want to progress your career we have a wide range of new vacancies posted daily.

Search our listing of current accountancy jobs  or submit your CVto our database for recruiters to find.

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