Tips For Success

Welcome to our job application hints and tips page. We're here to provide all the help you need and support you in finding your perfect job role.

Whether you are looking for advice on how to put together an up to date CV or tips to help you with your next job interview, we have some helpful information here for you.

We’ll share with you lots of useful job search hints and tips for success from the knowledge of our specialist recruitment consultants; all focused on helping you to make the most of what you have to offer and how to land the perfect job for you!

You can find lots of useful guidance on here and we’ll be regularly updating the information we’re sharing here; from job search and CV writing tips, to preparing for interview and negotiating job salaries.

Our 6 top tips for working with us

  • Respond quickly to a telephone call or email from one of our as you may be competing with many other candidates for a role with limited time to respond to the end employer with suitable candidates.
  • Apply for roles that are consistent with your previous work history. Make sure that your CV sells you as an obvious choice for your target role.
  • Our Recruitment consultants have an in depth knowledge of the hiring market, usually working across multiple roles providing them with industry insight that is invaluable to your job search. After reviewing your CV, they might see some potential for you in a sector you hadn’t previously considered, heed their advice, if you’ve been taking part in a job search for over 3 months with no luck, going down a different track might be the right course of action.
  • When applying for a particular role, ensure that your CV includes lots of appropriate keywords such as those featuring in the advert and job description. These keywords are sometimes used to select candidates with the right expertise from our software’s database.
  • After an interview our recruiters will want to know as much about how it went as you will want to know what the company said about you. Don’t be afraid to share this information, the more you share the more they’ll be able to advise you, it also demonstrates your pro-activity and desire to succeed by taking the initiative and getting in touch to find out more yourself.
  • Be honest and make sure grades, employment dates etc are accurate. Inconsistencies that are picked up by an employer will reflect badly on you and we may lose trust in putting you forward for future vacancies.