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Our clients are always in search of hard working, dedicated individuals, so if this is you please get in touch. At BNJ we offer all our workers:
Over the last 10 years some 80% of the workers we placed in temporary contracts went on to secure permanent jobs with the client
If you have been asked to attend an interview at our office you'll need to bring:
1. Make sure your CV is readable. The person reading your CV may have seen hundreds before they view yours, so make sure you keep it easy on the eye.
Don't make one sentence last a whole paragraph. Use short sentences to highlight a fact and make use of bullet points for lists.
Don't use obscure or multiple fonts (). Instead settle for one only that's easy to read such as Helvetica or that stands out such as Garamond.
Don't bother with borders and fancy art work. This will only serve to distract the reader from the important facts.
2. Tailor your CV to the job you're applying for. You wouldn't give the same interview for every job you apply for, so why use the exact same CV?
Write down all the skills you have no matter how trivial you think they may be. Then figure out how and when to use them.
Tailor these skills to let the reader know you're right for their job.
3. Don't use a 'scatter gun' approach when sending your CV. Not every job advertised will be right for you, so resist sitting there hitting the 'send' button to every job on the net. Instead try focusing on those jobs that you have the skills for.
Before sending your CV decide if you're qualified or have the required skill set. The advert and job description will usually list these.
When emailing your CV offer a brief introduction statement regarding the vacancy you're applying for. Include a few reasons why you think you're an ideal candidate for the job.
4. Keep your CV fresh and up to date. Make sure your CV accounts for your last 5-10 years minimum (more if available).
Plug those work gaps with accurate explanations such as 'seeking work' or looking after children.
Don't skip previous jobs assuming they are not relevant; they are because the reader wants to know what you were up to.