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Friday, 16 April 2010

Facebook page created

We are pleased to announce that our holding company; Job Affair Ltd has recently launched a Facebook Fanpage. We would love you to join! Have a look by clicking here. If you have any questions, please let us know.
On the Fanpage, you will find;
  • Regular company updates
  • Streaming of our Just4Medical Jobs
  • Automatic Twitter updates. Go direct to Twitter
  • and much much more...
For Customer Services on Twitter, please click on this link

Thursday, 15 April 2010

New Facebook page created

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Tuesday, 13 April 2010

JobSeeker tips when working with your Recruitment Agency

As the Managing Director of a highly successful, regional recruitment agency, I am often asked about how many applications I receive and the quality of those applications. If the following can be taken on board by just a few, it will make the life of jobseekers easier when working with their local Recruitment agency.

•Research local Recruitment agencies websites. Type in the search “ Recruitment Agencies in[enter place name] You will first of all notice that there are a lot of aggregator sites, then jobboards, then Recruitment Agency directories and the like. Keep looking and the Recruitment Agencies will start appearing. (They don’t spend as much time and money on getting the main search engines to find them) Check the website. Do they have jobs? Do they have a testimonial page? (How often is it updated?) Is there a contact us page.
•Prepare you CV, (a whole other blog entry here!) there is no excuse nowadays not to have a well laid out informative and eye catching CV. Look on the internet, it’s all there. Free of charge.
•Contact Recruitment agencies and listen carefully to their responses to you. Are they professional and knowledgeable? Do they listen to what you are looking for? Would you want them to work on your behalf? If the answer is yes, let them know that you will be sending in your CV and get a contact name for future reference.
•Send your CV when you say you will. Include a short cover note explaining who you have spoken to and a brief idea of the job that you are looking for. Where and approx what sort of salary you will be looking for. Follow up with a phone call (24 hours after sending it) ask about going in to see them and get registered. Be prepared to go in and see the various agencies.
•Arrive 5-10 minutes early. Dressed for an interview.
•Be prepared to answer questions, fill in forms, complete psychometric tests. Allow around I - 2 hours per visit. Some Recruitment agencies may ask you to make a short video of your interview with them.
•Have an idea of what you want to do in the future or with your career and tell your consultant. I meet many people that say “I don’t mind” What we as recruiters hear is “I don’t care”.
•Ask how they market their candidates. It’ll give you an idea of what to expect.
•Follow up call after one week and weekly thereafter. Ask what the market place is doing, more jobs less jobs. At this point Recruitment Consultants may want to get you off the phone – PERSEVERE!! You deserve to be listened too.
•If you can, pick up to 3 local recruitment agencies that you feel that you can work with and keep on at them (weekly)
•Send Recruitment agencies an up to date CV (if you have changed it)
•Don’t ever be rude. Plain good manners are expected from you as well as your recruitment consultant.
•Working with Recruitment agencies in the United Kingdom is totally free of charge for JobSeekers. Make us work for you!

Wednesday, 7 April 2010 New Location Search announced announces new location search facility.

Derbyshire - April 2010

Leading online job advertiser Job Affair Ltd announces that its most recent jobsite development; has launched a “Location” search facility on their site.

Commenting on the recent development Managing Director of Job Affair Ltd Richard Johnson said “From a standing start to a well performing jobsite in under 2 months is an extraordinary accomplishment, we currently have around 2,000 live UK based Healthcare and Medical jobs from some of the biggest names in Healthcare recruitment within the UK. We are also generating a surprisingly high number of applications for such a new venture. As more jobs are getting posted onto the site it is important for us to be able to enhance our jobseeker experience, this new search facility will assist all professional healthcare jobseekers to find their ideal job so much quicker and easier. Currently performing very well within the searches are the areas such as; London, Nottingham, Hampshire and Glasgow.”

About Just4Medical:

Just4Medical is a leading UK based online job advertising service specialising in advertising UK based medical jobs, positions and careers; allowing professional healthcare jobseekers a simple yet effective environment to apply for relevant jobs. Advertising 1,917 live jobs across 22 medical and healthcare sectors from 150 of the UK’s largest recruiters.

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Sunday, 4 April 2010

Recruitment UK Group formed

New Google group listed, please join if you are involved in Recruitment in the UK.
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