Professional Resume Development
With the background of working in the Employment and Recruitment industries since 1999, Employment Matters understands what is important in a resume when viewed through the eyes of an Employer.
For a resume with its sleeves rolled up, with functionality its prime objective, and ready to work for you on the Employer’s desk contact Employment Matters today to discuss your needs.
Letters of Application
Many of the application letters received by Employment Matters when recruiting staff for clients usually say too much while often omitting the important things that should be addressed.
Contact Employment Matters today for assistance to get your letter of application correctly targeted to the job for which you are applying.
The preparation of Selection or Assessment Criteria is often seen as the greatest block to successfully applying for potential jobs. But there are principles to apply, and through applying those principles the task can be made easier and more rewarding.
Contact Employment Matters today to enquire about their Selection Criteria coaching session to assist with that application you would like to complete but are avoiding.
The Employment Matters web site was established as the South Burnett’s own employment web site to provide an opportunity for all South Burnett Employers to advertise their job vacancies free of charge and to be a place where career opportunities could be featured for Clients with whom Employment Matters is working.
For those who are already employed and seeking to advance their careers or those just looking for employment opportunities, employmentmatters.com.au can be a valuable resource providing information about the positions listed and the ability to apply directly from the web site.
By registering for Job Alerts, whenever a new job vacancy is added to the Employment Matters web site, you will be advised of the opportunity by e-mail.
This will provide you with the ability to monitor new career choices as they are listed and submit an application for those of relevance to your skill set directly from the Employment Matters web site.
Deciding on a change of career direction or how best to step up your current career ambitions can sometimes be frustrating. It can require some big changes and some frustrating effort.
A third party with diverse industry experience can sometimes identify things that our own closeness to the situation prevents us from identifying for ourselves.
To talk through your strategy contact Employment Matters today and benefit from the training they have delivered to others.