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FREE Ebook Download: 30 Steps To Success – In The Facilities Management Recruitment Process

 30 Steps to SuccessFacilities Management is a complex sector and currently has a highly competitive job market. You need to prepare to succeed and ensure you stand out from the crowd.

In this Ebook we will: discuss the 30 do’s and don’t that will give you the best possible chance of success.

The process of looking for a new in job In FM can be frustrating, disappointing and sometimes it feels like you’ll never achieve the results you want.

If you haven’t defined what you are looking for in a job, it will be difficult to know were to begin with your job search. Sit down with a notebook and write down exactly what you want from a job. Although it is good to have ambition, it is also important to be realistic about the type of role you can get. Most people need to work their way up the ladder, so be prepared to start at the bottom.

A new job won’t just land on your lap, you need to put the effort in yourself. Networking and increasing your contacts will go a long way to successfully finding a job.

If you are finding it difficult to get a job, it is worth considering voluntary work to prevent gaps in your CV and keep your skills current. It is a good way to keep your experience up-to-date and it will also show potential employers that you are pro-active. When it comes to interviews, your body language will say a lot about you. If you are open, smiling and personable, it will give you a better chance of success.

Asking for feedback after an interview will allow you to understand where you can improve in the future. Most employers will be happy to provide feedback. At the same time it also shows an eagerness to improve yourself and learn from past experiences.

 

“ These days, businesses are using all sorts of sources to and candidates and as such it is important not to restrict yourself when looking for a new job. ”