You’ve impressed the hiring committee with your sparkling CV and nailed it with your informative covering letter, and now you’ve been asked to attend a job interview! Brilliant! This is one of your final chances to shine and persuade them that you are what their business needs. You have dazzled them with your abilities on
You’ve created the perfect CV and it shows you and your skills off to their best advantage. As nice as it would be to think that’s it now for all your future job applications, there is another factor in every job application that must be given equal thought – the cover letter. Chances are that
CV. Chocolate Veg? Chunky Vitamins? Coffee Vital? As you know, it’s actually Curriculum Vitae, and it’s basically your personal sales document. It shows your qualifications, job history, interests and relevant experience. Follow our CV hints and tips and see it as your chance to shout about yourself and your knowledge, and to shine! Highlight your
Having worked as an NHS nurse for 20 years I am now training to be a ski instructor with the British Association of Snowsports Instructors (BASI). Back in March 2018 I went on a school ski trip supporting a child 1:1 with health care needs. The trip would change both of us. He would be
Your CV is a foundation document for your job search campaign – even if it’s for a temporary job. So it’s worth putting some time and effort into designing it. It may appear to be a daunting task to write one from scratch. If the blank page makes you feel slightly anxious, try the tips
Why choose the hospitality industry? I coached a young postgraduate recently who was searching for his first permanent role after gaining his degree. Among other things we discussed his skills and what he could offer to an employer Me: ‘Let’s talk about your skills. What do you see as your strengths?’ Pgrad: ‘Not sure really.
Pastry and produce. Seasonal ingredients and knife skills. Taste and teamwork. If all of these sound familiar and exciting to you, then please apply for Workaseason’s Commis Chef positions here, and spend your winter in the stunning Alps of France, Austria or Italy. Bon chance!
First we had ‘Alice in Wonderland’, now we have Alice in the Alps! Positivity abounds in this tale of a winter job from Alice Beaumont, who is working a season in the Swiss Alps as a nanny with Petit Verbier. She highlights all the wonderful things on offer to rock a seasonal job! Enjoy this