The eighth in our Job Search Series lists 10 common interview questions along with the best way to answer them.
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The seventh in our Job Search Series includes steps you can take to ensure your video interview is a success on the first take — because unlike TV or the movies you usually don’t get a second one.
Erin Mathews, one of our Work Retention Officers in our Centralised Services team was heading down the career path of teaching, when she “switched her thinking” and chose Employment Services instead.
“I thrive on the face-to-face interaction that comes with my role. I like being able to get to know each job seeker individually. By understanding their story. I know what they need to be successful before commencing employment.”
“This lady did not know us, we were not even from the same country and yet she decided to help us, so I decided to help others.”
Ven Panicker is Global Skills Regional Marketing Coordinator and remembers his decision to move from a product orientated career to one that is human centred, thanks to the kindness of a stranger.
The fourth in our Job Search Series will help you choose suitable people to use as referees regardless of your work experience.
“Stay persistent and remain confident that you will find a good job, it’s for your future and for that of your children,” said Global Skills job seeker, Angelica Adrias.
Global Skills is aiming to make a difference to the lives of those within our communities who are struggling with homelessness by identifying new partners and connecting them to our existing welfare connections to provide direct, hands on support in areas which we operate.
Global Skills Director, Rebecca Nicholls, has been appointed to the Sydney Greater West Employment Region Local Jobs and Skills Taskforce.
Global Skills celebrates 30 years of award winning service to job seekers and employers