Cleansoul provides consultant training for your team to effectively write job advertisements online. It's important they understand how candidates view and select vacancies.
We offer a series of different style training sessions built around how your recruitment agency runs. Our sessions will give you practical tips and valuable insights from our specialists.
Prepare it for the reader: Tailor content to make it relevant to the organization and advertised role.
Keep it updated: Fresh information is more interesting and will be easier to chat about..
Most important stuff is first: If it’s your work experience, training , goal or passion that is important to the role give it priority.
Your name and contact details are clearly on each page: Use a larger font for your name put it in the header.
Use effective headings: Let the reader see at a glance concise specific information.
Good formatting: Use consistent and logical font type and size, margins and bullets.
Don’t get fancy: Avoid fancy font and formatting keep it simple and professional.
Make sure the grammar and spelling is correct: Get Someone you respect to check the content.
Back up your strengths: Give examples of your specific experience.
List achievements: Rather than what you did, document what you gained and what the company gained from you. what set you apart from peers?
Omit personal information: Take out references to hobbies, your age, marital status etc.
Use active language: Start with doing words i.e. coordinated…., managed……no need to say ”I” (first person) or use your name (third person) references as the readers assumes the information is about you.
Use Keywords to assist in getting your resume found: Do your own research.
Be on time: Get there 5 minutes early
Dress appropriately: An interview is more format that the day job.
Make a positive first impression: A smile, firm handshake and positive body language.
Prepare thoroughly: Review the job description, your resume, talk to insiders, visit the website, read recent news, predict what questions you’ll be asked.
Stay focused on the questions: Keep your answers brief but add in lots of specific examples of your own work experience linking back to the role on the table.
Keep it format: Don’t get too familiar or go into negative territory and maintain alert positive speech and body language.
Resume preparation is extremely significant as it is first contact of candidate for potential recruitment /employer consultant and assists them access candidate's experience, interest, qualifications and skill sets, thereby making the first picture in the mind of the interviewer. Regardless of the trade you specialize in or your level of experience, your resume should be utilized as a tool for advertising your abilities and influencing potential employers to hire you. We have put together some useful guidelines that you can consider when writing your resume.
Your resume becomes part of our confidential proprietary data base and is not available to others. When a requirement comes in, we first match the job profile with our list of candidates and short list suitable names. At no point of time do we discuss any candidature with our clients without first getting the approval of candidates. If required, we even invite you for a special briefing with us before we introduce you to the client.