Once you’ve gone through the time-consuming process of applying to a job, tailoring your CV, writing a cover letter (see my colleague Sam Cushing's previous blog for top tips), you need to make sure you put your best foot forward in your phone interview.
Once you’ve decided that it’s time to take the next step in your career, you need to adapt the way you position yourself, and develop your personal brand.
In my previous blog, I wrote about why tech recruiters can help guide you through the recruitment process when applying to a job. For this blog I wanted to focus on the first stage of the application process – sending your cover letter to a recruiter.
The UK software market is well-positioned to experience growth in 2018, and accounting software is no exception.
When you think about technology professionals, it’s often the technical skills that first come mind; yet the soft skills are just as important. Knowing the most in demand skills can help you to plan your career move, giving you time to build and acquire these skills to make you an exceptional candidate in the market.
Marie Therese Nissen, Senior Executive Search Consultant focusing on Client Management, Sales, Project Management, Recruiting, Executive Search, Headhunting, Interviews, Search & Selection . Read about her journey to NP Group and her role.
IT Executive Search firms want high-calibre sales professionals for sales exec appointments, and having a CV that dazzles them with a blend of personality, achievement and tailoring for the appointment you are applying for can bring you one step closer to securing the role.