collapse

Recent Posts

Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
21
IT Jobs Forum / How to search for a testing job in london
« Last post by Swetha on June 22, 2017, 12:37:33 PM »
Hi Guys ,


I am new to London and i have software testing experience but the problem I am facing here is, I am not sure how to start looking for a job . I have been applying  in jobserve for quite a while now but have not yet got any interview job . My friends here suggested me not to register in any job search website as our CV would be registered with them . I am so confused about this and not sure what to do . Can anyone help me with this ?
22
Job Descriptions / Hotel Receptionist needed
« Last post by Gilmor on June 18, 2017, 03:33:07 PM »

Qualifications

    Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree , Hospitality/Tourism/Hotel Management, Business Studies/Administration/Management or equivalent.
    With at least 1 yr experience as a Receptionist, Concierge, or Front Desk. forward resume to @ekohsusa2017.recruitement@gmail.com
23
Jobs / Re: New Look Job Application Form
« Last post by chelsea meek on June 12, 2017, 11:44:39 AM »
May you please send me an application form.
  Much appreciated  :)
24
Job Seekers Advice / What Career Would Suit Me? Advice Requested !
« Last post by Akynos on May 18, 2017, 04:11:49 PM »

Hello,


I am a recent Management graduate and am looking to understand which career would suit me.


The text might be a bit long for some of you, but I hope that you will have the patience to read through my case. I would be very grateful for any advice, no matter how small.


Although there's much I need to learn about myself, here's what I do know:


I am a creative, independent and competitive man. I like creating my own things and trying out ideas to make things easier or improving them. I am also interested in business - the result of 4 years of study - and would like to have a job that fits within a business environment.


I dislike day-to-day activities that never seem to end; I enjoy being able to visualise the purpose of my work and the impact it will have. I like to be personally involved in creative projects and see them from beginning to the end, and be able to say "It's my work, right here, I helped build it with my own personal ideas, and it makes a difference to my environment".


I grew up as a strong introvert, and disliked groups from a young age, being unable to relate to my peers. However, I have learned over the years how to deal with people and I though I still do not excel in groups, I have strong 1-on-1 abilities. I am very good at listening and understanding an individual and am able to be very empathetic and help them by analysing their strengths and weaknesses and giving them constructive advice. I have read several books on human psychology and would be keen to apply it usefully in a business context.
I also have developed strong presentation skills, and can convey ideas in a convincing, confident manner.


I had two main jobs so far. My first one was as a team member in a cinema. I disliked the job. My duties were to stand around either serving people food or taking their tickets. Neither made me feel worth anything. It seemed like a meaningless job a machine could do.


My second job was porfolio and database analyst. Though the job was rather repetitive, having to export databases and consolidate them, I came to like the job when I became really efficient and fast in doing it. It made me feel like a niche expert, and no one else could do it like I could. However, the days were rather similar and time seemed to stretch. I finished my projects early and was bored.
On one occasion, I worked two days in a row, 9 hours a day without any break. My boss asked me to create something so that when I left my job, somebody else could take it up easily. I loved it because he didn't tell me what to do specifically - I could invent anything I saw fit, as long as it worked. I proceeded to create macros for easing the tasks, as well as writing out a guide, full with pretty images and screenshots. I was proud of my work and was happy to do it all day long.


Based on this, could you tell me what jobs/careers you think would suit me best? Any advice is very welcome. Thank you for reading !


Have a nice day !
25
Direct Line Group graduate scheme, programme for 2017.

About Direct Line Group

There are facts and figures to tell you, of course. We're one of the leading motor, home and small business insurers in the UK. We’re home to some of the nation’s best-known brands, including Direct Line, Churchill, Privilege, Green Flag and NIG.

In other words, we are a business with many strengths. But we’re about far more than just numbers and statistics.

Our mission is to make insurance much easier and better value for customers. We want to be known for treating our customers better than anyone else. We want to work in a way that’s more creative and more effective than other companies. Put simply, we want our people to lead the industry in every area.

Why DLG Graduate Programme?

It’s a big decision. You want training. You want to be involved. You want to bring all of yourself to work. You want to take ownership and stand up for what you think. You want a future full of possibilities. And so do we.

The world of insurance is changing around us. And it’s people like you that will show everyone the way.

Benefits:
  • Joining Bonus
  • Pension 9% of your base salary, you can choose to contribute less or more than this, and anything you don’t wish to put in to your pension you can take as cash instead!
  • Free travel insurance
  • Flexible rewards including Life insurance, private medical cover and income protection
  • Performance Award Scheme
  • 50% off our Home, Motor and Pet insurance products
  • Free Green Flag breakdown cover
  • Retail card, with discounts at big name retailers
  • 25 days' holiday with the option to buy/sell up to 5 extra days
  • Bike for work scheme
Apply now!
26
Jobs / Re: Iceland Jobs Application Form
« Last post by amandainn on May 15, 2017, 06:08:37 AM »
can You send me form
27
CV Tips / Re: How do I write my first CV?
« Last post by amandainn on May 15, 2017, 05:57:15 AM »
hi,

You can have one page CV.. It's most effective way to show yourself to the employer
28
CV Tips / How do I write my first CV?
« Last post by markgill on April 24, 2017, 07:19:39 AM »
If this is your first cv then you must include some basic ponts and keep as simple as you can with relevancy.
Don't write some fake experience.

Some words you ought to incorporate into your CV in view of input from many enrollment specialists around the globe


1. Numbers


"In the event that you need to demonstrate that you're results situated and persevering, share the numbers. As is commonly said, the evidence is in the pudding," as indicated by employment mentor Angela Copeland. For instance, instead of expressing that you're a "fantastic computerized advertiser," demonstrate it. Say something that mirrors your real outcomes, for example, 'Developed online deals and income by 200% in one year.'


2. Updated


Incorporate verbs that show authority and change. "'Overhaul' shows critical thinking aptitudes and also the capacity to plan for an impressive future picture and lessen prepare wasteful aspects."


3. Propelled


In the event that platitudes are a no-no, basic yet intense words are your go-tos, as per Glassdoor feature writer Anish Majumdar. Propelled, unraveled, changed, and advanced are all cases of activity verbs that make you look great without falling back on banalities.


4. Modernized


"Modernized" alongside "considered and transformed" driving up the competitor's story, indicating how they've enhanced, imagined and changed their workplaces, and hence, picked up income, client development, notoriety, and so on footing for their organization.

29
Job Seekers Advice / question about bar work
« Last post by Mops on April 22, 2017, 07:18:45 PM »
Hey guys im 17 and my birthday is the 26th of may. i have been wanting to work in a bar for awile but i need to 18 for obvious reasons. with my birthday been in a month i was wondering if i could start applying for bar work now. i dont know why i couldnt with it been quite close to my birthday and stuff but i dont know so yeah help pls XD
30
I have a job interview / Re: Part time job interview at wetherspoon! any tips?
« Last post by amyjohncse on April 19, 2017, 01:13:50 PM »
I interviewed at J D [/size]Wetherspoon[/color][/b][/color][/size] (Weston-super-Mare, England (UK)) in December 2016. The [/color][/size]job[/color][/b][/color][/size] was advertised as full-[/color][/size]time[/color][/b][/color][/size].[/color]
Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

* Recent Topics

Asda Sheffield Drakehouse Supermarket Jobs - 550 Job Vacancies by ms i wignell
[August 27, 2017, 01:05:52 PM]


Salary on CV? by sandeshbukate
[August 25, 2017, 04:45:00 AM]


CV Checklist: 5 Things to Remember When Writing a CV by sandeshbukate
[August 10, 2017, 05:20:23 AM]


How do you know if your CV is up to standard? by CV-Centre
[August 08, 2017, 09:13:14 AM]


jobs in UK by joan
[August 04, 2017, 04:02:54 PM]