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We listen and aim to build lasting partnerships through fair and equal treatment without discrimination and respecting diversity, differences and needs of our candidates
We focus on sourcing skilled and professional resources for the Engineering, ICT and Commercial market. We then follow a strict process to conduct face-to-face or video conferencing interviews with potential candidates and obtain as much information on their skills and abilities to market our candidates effectively.
We promote our candidates skills and abilities, experience and qualifications to our clients to match their recruitment requirements. Our candidates agreed presence on our database is then shared across the dedicated clients which we have partnered with throughout the country and the continent; therefore their exposure to varied opportunities is guaranteed.
Using our powerful search engines enables us to match you to various available jobs;
- Our company processes and corporate governance, including authorisations, communications and direct interaction etc., are highly efficient, meaning we are ahead of the information wave about new opportunities;
- Our interactive tagging process links you to searchable preferences, ensuring your continued presence everywhere;
- Our administration services are dependable, consistent and seamlessly executed, and;
- Personalised recruitment relationships are in place with our Account Management Team who are available to respond to you and connect you to your prospective new position.
Our client base includes large blue chip companies in all industries, small medium enterprise businesses, parastatals as well as international operators worldwide. Partner with us to experience your wonderful journey of exciting and challenging technical & commercial opportunities.
HOW ARE YOU GOING TO SHOW UP?
HERE ARE SOME TIPS ON HOW TO CREATE A STUNNING CV AND WIN AT THE INTERVIEW.
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- It must be professional looking – so avoid using graphics, art clips and borders with frills.
- Have clear headings separating the sections of your CV.
- You could have bold headings or a shaded box across the page to highlight your headings.
- Stick to plain colours like black or grey.
- A photo of yourself is not essential, but if you choose to include a picture of yourself it should be from the shoulder up and you should look neat and professional. Avoid revealing clothes, T-shirts and distracting backgrounds. No wedding photos, party photos, etc.
- The content must be accurate, to the point and up to date.
- Spelling mistakes are Bad News!
- Use bullet points for easy reading.
- All dates should be accurate with no time gaps.
- Include the following headings in your CV.
- Personal Particulars
Include the following under Personal Particulars
- Full name
- Telephone number (landline and mobile)
- E-mail address
- ID Number
- Home language and other languages
- Drivers license
- Own transport
- Educational Qualifications
- Name of School
- Highest Standard
- Year completed
- Tertiary Education
- Name of Institution
- Dates started and completed
- Major subjects
- Other subjects
- Short Courses and Certificates
- Name of Institution
- Name of course or certification
- Professional memberships
- Name of membership
- Employment History – Start with the most recent and work backwards.
- Preferably state your entire career or a minimum of ten years of your career should be reflected.
- Name of Employer and type of business.
- Start and end dates of employment – include month and year.
- List duties – using bullet points.
- Reason for leaving
- Don’t leave gaps. If you worked on a temporary basis, travelled or were unemployed, then you should include this.
- References – Ensure that contact details for references are current and list employer’s name, name and position of immediate superior and contact number.
- Personal Particulars
Write a brief letter relating to the job that you are applying to and briefly motivate why you think you are suited to the position.
Remember that your CV is a reflection of you. You are selling yourself to a business or recruitment agency and your goal is to secure an interview. See the guidelines above to help you achieve a spectacular CV.
- Dress professionally.
- Be punctual – ensure that you have the directions in advance and allow for traffic.
- Take the consultants phone number with you in case there are any problems getting to the interview.
- Prepare for the interview. Try and anticipate what questions would be asked based on the relevance of your experience to the job and prepare answers, which must be honest and sincere.
- Do some research on the company.
- Know the interviewer’s name and introduce yourself in a warm and friendly manner.
- Answer questions concisely, giving a positive account of yourself, whilst being sincere.
- Ask relevant questions that will help you assess whether this is the right job for you.
- Switch your cellphone off.
- Don’t smoke just before your interview.
- Don’t spray deodorant or perfume on just before the interview.
- Don’t chew gum.
- Don’t criticize your previous employers.
- Don’t bring up salary – wait for the interviewer to raise it.
- Always be open and honest with your recruitment consultant.
- If you have any concerns or fears, then please share them with your consultant.
- If for any reason you cannot make an interview, let your consultant know immediately.
- Give your consultant feedback after your interview.
- Ensure that you update your CV regularly on our database.