The challenge for you as a job seeker is ensuring that you are representing yourself in the best possible way to a potential employer.
At times this can feel daunting and many job seekers struggle when trying to “stand out from the crowd”. Making a great first impression during the interview process is critical to obtaining a job offer, which is why our experienced consultants take the time to cover all bases of the interview process in detail, so that you have the best possible chance of achieving your desired outcome.
At Barrington Faith, we pride ourselves in taking the time to understand each individual’s needs and gain a thorough understanding of your career goals and aspirations. We believe in providing honest and realistic advice that will align with your short, medium and long term goals. This is a crucial step in not only presenting you with the best options for your career goals, but also building a strong professional and long lasting relationship both now and in the future.
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Take advantage of our job seekers toolkit to access all of the valuable tips that will ensure you are putting your best foot forward.
The main objective when creating your resume is convincing your potential employer to arrange a face to face interview with one glance at your CV. Your resume is designed to represent the most accurate information regarding your skill set and employment background, without creating an autobiography of your entire life. To help you get shortlisted we have created a step by step guide for building an impressive resume that will ensure you stand out from the rest. Click on the below link to view our sample resume. We advise structuring your CV in the below order: 1. Contact details 2...
Interview preparation guide The challenge for you as a job seeker is ensuring that you are representing yourself in the best possible way to a potential employer, so ensuring that you are well prepared for an interview will be the difference between successfully securing the job or not. The main objective of an interview is trying to build the best potential relationship you can with the interviewer in a short amount of time. You want to stand out from the crowd and demonstrate that you would be a great cultural fit for the organization and the specific role available. When..
For many of us resigning from a job can be overwhelming, however it is something that many of us will have to face at some point in our lives, so handling it in the right way is essential for maintaining your reputation. "Regardless of your situation, there is always going to be an employer who makes you feel like you are making the wrong decision, but don’t worry we’ve got you covered". The below steps will help you exit your job in a manner that is professional and will ensure you are parting on good terms, maintaining a good relationship...
Why you should never accept a counter offer: In our wealth of experience, we have learned that accepting a counter offer is unwise. Why should it take you to hand in your resignation for something to finally change? All too often employers seem so sorry, suddenly offering you more money, an internal promotion or opportunity for recognition that they had previously declined. Realistically, there must be strong reasons for leaving a job before most employees will even consider searching for a new one. You need to ask yourself, if I accept this counter offer, will those reasons disappear? The likely..