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and negotiate the best working conditions
In mProfile, you specify the position, location and pay rate - and we'll offer you the current vacancies accordingly. Even if you're not looking for a job, you can use mProfile to monitor how wages are moving in your profession. And keep an eye out for the moment when a really attractive opportunity arises.
mBlue database collects job offers from more than 300 companies. As soon as we receive a request to fill a job position matching your mProfile, we'll let you know before we post the ad. And we'll do it in the way you choose in your mProfile - by email, by message, however you want.
When you create your mProfile, you will receive an e-book called "How to look for a job" as a gift from us. In it you will find many useful tips and advice on what mistakes to avoid when looking for a job and how to get the position you want. We can also help you choose the right strategy or provide career advice.
A CV is the first step on the road to your dream job. An inappropriate photo, irrelevant information or illogical structure can mean you won’t be invited to an oral interview at all. So really take care with it. Tailor your CV to the position you are applying for. Focus on experience and achievements from the last 10 years and be sure to match the information to your LinkedIn profile. Be sure to keep it up to date, keep in touch, get references. When writing your CV, try to convey as much as possible in a small space. Recruiters don’t have time to read novels, so you really need to highlight the essentials and make it engaging in a few sentences.
For senior positions, the main criteria are demonstrable management skills and experience in a given industry or market segment. However, motivation is also the most important factor. Companies don’t want to hire someone who just wants to try something new and doesn’t have a good story about why they want to do the job. This requires perfect preparation. Study the company’s website, social media, or annual reports beforehand and use the information at the appropriate time during the interview.
Arrive early for your appointment to allow time to make final adjustments. At the interview, be confident, smile and don’t be afraid to show what you’ve done. Give examples in your answers. Too brief answers, but endless stories don’t work well either. Try to accommodate the other party. If your counterpart is rather quiet, your noisiness and grand gestures will put him off. And vice versa. Always speak respectfully about your previous employers and prepare in advance what you want to ask.
Assessment centres can sometimes make candidates apprehensive, but try to approach them as a game and you’ll feel better in no time. You may also feel more at ease if you realise that participants are being assessed against pre-determined criteria, rather than simply being compared against each other. So don’t see it as a fight to the death. A positive and open attitude is the key to success. The assessment centre begins with an introduction of the participants, followed by individual and team (role-play or written) activities, and often written psychological tests are involved.Don’t be afraid to ask well in advance what to expect and whether you can prepare for anything.
Want to find a better job? Our recruiters will advise you during a one-to-one consultation on how to make it to the final rounds of the admissions process and succeed. Professional advice will help you get a good job faster and negotiate a higher salary. It‘s an investment that will pay you back many times over.
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