We’re delighted to offer an excellent opportunity designed specifically for aspiring salespeople, with our client Kite Packaging in Coventry. Recognised as one of the country’s leading packaging solutions businesses and the biggest, on-line reseller of packaging materials and equipment in the UK, Kite Packaging continues to grow and re-invest in its workforce year on year.
Stay motivated – your job hunt may leave you feeling disheartened and frustrated, but you’ll land the perfect role eventually. Learn from your mistakes, always follow up an application with an email or call, ask for feedback wherever possible and keep looking forward. Network – there’s some truth in the saying ‘it’s who you know, not what
The way people present themselves online is of keen interest to employers. You can learn a lot about people by the way they conduct themselves online. For example, would you recruit someone with an incomplete LinkedIn profile and no picture? What does it say about someone and the way they might organise their professional life? By
Make initial contact by phone or send your CV and a cover letter by email. Explain what type of position you’re looking for and provide an overview of your skills and qualifications. You could call the recruitment agency shortly after submitting your email to confirm that they’ve received it. You’ll usually be asked to make
Signing up with a recruitment consultancy/agency – also known as employment agencies – means your CV will be among those they have available to forward to relevant employers. This significantly expands the reach of your job search. In addition to their basic function of matching you to suitable jobs, they offer several benefits. For example, recruiters
Kite Packaging’s ‘Graduate Development Programme’ is the personal passion of Chairman, Mr Bruce McInnes. In collaboration with Bruce and key members of Kite’s management team, we’ve supported the design, marketing, recruitment and delivery of their successful Graduate Programme. Now in its fourth year, the programme continues to provide an exceptional opportunity for graduates to gain
Your success will depend on the quality of your preparation – about the company, about the role, and about the kinds of issues that are likely to be discussed. Remember, most companies are proud of their accomplishments and you should demonstrate that you’re aware of them. Find out as much background information as you can.
Don’t let your guard down yet. You want the interviewer to remember you positively, so thank them for their time and consideration and tell them how much you enjoyed discussing the job with them. It’s important to convey that you really are interested in working for the company, because – all other things being equal
Greet the interviewer with a smile and a firm handshake and wait until you are offered a chair before sitting. Be aware of your body language: sit up straight, maintain eye contact and avoid fidgeting or twiddling your thumbs. According to research, the interviewer will decide within just four to nine minutes whether to consider
Clothes have a language, and what they say about you could have a direct impact on your success at interviews – and beyond. That means managing the impression you make. It means projecting a professional image. It means using the vocabulary of clothes and accessories to give yourself the best chance of achieving your goals. In