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How Important is Your CV? Pre-Interview Screening Techniques

Cv concept resume with photo, documents.When you apply for a new job, you will usually be asked to submit a letter of application alongside a CV. Your CV will present a detailed working and personal history of you and your background, allowing for an initial screening of candidates by the recruiters within the organisation you are applying to.

Many businesses today have a high turnover of staff, and use various methods to streamline their applicants and select the very best for interview, saving them precious time and effort. It’s vital to consider what you put on your CV very carefully, since it will be a starting point when a recruiter is considering you, but you should also be aware of other factors that may feature in the selection process.

How Do Employers Screen Applications?

  1. Working with recruitment agencies. It is costly for businesses to advertise and interview for new positions, and many work with specialist recruitment agencies to bring these costs down. Recruiting from a pool of candidates that have already been highlighted as good matches for a business or position can be very effective, so working with a recruitment agency is a great way to get yourself flagged for the jobs you want.
  1. Looking for inconsistencies. Don’t be tempted to embellish your CV or exaggerate your working history or experience. A simple check will reveal any inconsistencies and will offer recruiters a reason to bin your application, so honesty and transparency are crucial here.
  1. Telephone screenings. If you’ve never taken a telephone interview before, you may find the prospect overwhelming. However, it’s a fairly painless and quick way to progress to the next stage of the recruitment process, and it may give you a chance to build a rapport with your interviewer and get them interested in what you have to say.
  1. Face to face interviews. An interview is usually a nerve-wracking prospect, even if you are confident in your own experience and ability to do the job. Trying to relax and focus on the positives can help you to keep level headed about the experience, giving you the best possible chance to shine.

Are You Looking For A New Job in Cork?

Here at CareerWise, we know how important it is to find the right job for you, and we’re on hand to help. We specialise in several areas of recruitment, including supply chain jobs and accounting jobs in Galway and Cork. We pride ourselves on knowing the recruitment industry well, and matching applicants up with their ideal jobs is our primary aim.

We’re Ireland’s leading specialist Technical and Executive Recruitment firm and our friendly team will be happy to help you find your perfect position in Cork, Limerick and Galway. Contact us online, or call for a consultation on +353 (0) 21 206and let us find the ideal position for you.

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How Important is Your CV? Pre-Interview Screening Techniques

Cv concept resume with photo, documents.When you apply for a new job, you will usually be asked to submit a letter of application alongside a CV. Your CV will present a detailed working and personal history of you and your background, allowing for an initial screening of candidates by the recruiters within the organisation you are applying to.

Many businesses today have a high turnover of staff, and use various methods to streamline their applicants and select the very best for interview, saving them precious time and effort. It’s vital to consider what you put on your CV very carefully, since it will be a starting point when a recruiter is considering you, but you should also be aware of other factors that may feature in the selection process.

How Do Employers Screen Applications?

  1. Working with recruitment agencies. It is costly for businesses to advertise and interview for new positions, and many work with specialist recruitment agencies to bring these costs down. Recruiting from a pool of candidates that have already been highlighted as good matches for a business or position can be very effective, so working with a recruitment agency is a great way to get yourself flagged for the jobs you want.
  1. Looking for inconsistencies. Don’t be tempted to embellish your CV or exaggerate your working history or experience. A simple check will reveal any inconsistencies and will offer recruiters a reason to bin your application, so honesty and transparency are crucial here.
  1. Telephone screenings. If you’ve never taken a telephone interview before, you may find the prospect overwhelming. However, it’s a fairly painless and quick way to progress to the next stage of the recruitment process, and it may give you a chance to build a rapport with your interviewer and get them interested in what you have to say.
  1. Face to face interviews. An interview is usually a nerve-wracking prospect, even if you are confident in your own experience and ability to do the job. Trying to relax and focus on the positives can help you to keep level headed about the experience, giving you the best possible chance to shine.

Are You Looking For A New Job in Cork?

Here at CareerWise, we know how important it is to find the right job for you, and we’re on hand to help. We specialise in several areas of recruitment, including supply chain jobs and accounting jobs in Galway and Cork. We pride ourselves on knowing the recruitment industry well, and matching applicants up with their ideal jobs is our primary aim.

We’re Ireland’s leading specialist Technical and Executive Recruitment firm and our friendly team will be happy to help you find your perfect position in Cork, Limerick and Galway. Contact us online, or call for a consultation on +353 (0) 21 206and let us find the ideal position for you.

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