Here we take a look at the various stages of a job application process including CV writing, application forms, interviews and selection tests.
Expert advice on how to write a successful CV.
CV writing advice: what you should - and shouldn’t - put on your CV.
This CV writing guide, developed by an IET professional skills trainer, aims to give you some useful hints and tips to create a CV that will get you noticed.
Find out how to write the perfect ‘further interests’ section of your CV, and why it’s so important to get it right.
Information about the main formats of a CV - the chronological, functional, targeted and performance formats, as well as advice on how students and new graduates should format their CV.
Expert advice on how to sell your skills on a job application form.
When you apply for a job, you should always include a covering letter with your application. A covering letter provides you with an opportunity to promote yourself to an employer and present your application in context.
Expert advice on how to prepare for a job interview.
It is important to prepare yourself for a telephone interview just as you would for a face-to-face appointment.
Information and advice on tests used during the job recruitment and selection process.
Demystify psychometrics and reveal what these assessments actually involve and are being used to achieve.
Information on video interviews: what to expect and how to prepare.
How you think about stress can shape your response to it — and there are ways of thinking about stress to support resilience, health and happiness.
These top ten job interview tips will help you improve your chances of successfully securing a new role.
By having a range of interview techniques under your belt, you’ll be able to face a wide variety of interview formats with confidence.
Find out how to approach those tricky job interview questions and sell your skills to a potential employer.
Executive recruiter David G. Jensen lists the top ten skills recruiters look out for.
Dealing with a job rejection can be tough, but it can also be a great learning opportunity and a chance to improve your employability.
How should you respond to job offers when accepting or declining, and what is the right way to manage multiple offers?