I have a job interview scheduled for next week. I have been arranging the details with a Recruiting Assistant via email. On her email signature, she identifies herself as Ms. So-and-so, Recruiting Assiant. Should I point out her mistake? If I was in her position, I'd want to know about the problem, but I also don't want to offend her. The job description lists "attention to detail" as a desired qualification, but showing attention to detail means nothing if the HR person chucks out my resume!
Should I take the risk and point out her mistake, or play it safe and keep the error to myself?
I have applied for couple of HR jobs like recruiting assistant, admin assistant, generalist etc, this my first start, how long i will have to wait for a reply from them? i'm an indian, though the employers say they don't discriminate, does this has to do with their screening?
Is it a good career and does it pay well? Also is it considered a stable employment area? I have a job opportunity where I can work as a recruiting assistant.
Good advice redhead, I plan on taking it if offered anyway.
I just did one of those online profilers, and it told me I'm a Support Driver
[Supporter Driver (SD)
Supporter Drivers are persistent and inquisitive people who are also determined, assertive, logical, direct, deliberate, probing, factual and sometimes defiant. They apply a comprehensive and thorough approach to the analysis and evaluation of problems without becoming emotional. The management style of this person is based on logic, facts and structure. They lead others by knowledge and not by persuasion. They seek a challenging but secure environment where they can achieve independently or with a small highly skilled team. They are best suited to jobs where thorough and objective study/analysis is required. Duties should include organisation and planning.]
Apart from that, I'm currently studying at university (Chemistry, with minors in international studies, engineering/physics and arts/liberal arts/humanities).
I think I'm looking for examples of specific roles, something to look forward to beyond the whole graduate recruit/research assistant/lab monkey thing.
If you're actually employed in a relevant industry, tell me a little about what you do, how you feel about the work, and how good the pay is.
Thankyou so much.
Somebody told me that people who have worked at charity shops with almost minimum pay are valued more because of all the skills they gain by managing volunteers, merchandising and everything else. I have been recruited as an Assistant Manager, I like the job but the pay isn't that great, though i am trying to look past that as i hated my job at primark.
I know they help recruit kids and go around the country and scout but what else?
I want to be a lawyer and I have no clue what jobs I should be taking to get more familiar with the profession. What would you recommend? Especially that will look good on a Law School application?
I am thinking of switching out of the university of alberta to go into the Legal Assistant program at Grant Mac, and i was wondering if anyone had done this program and has some feedback? Any thoughts?
Also, in regards to the answer i have already received, i am not planning on going to law school/ being a lawyer. I am not looking for career advice, i am simply wondering what people think of the specific Grant MacEwan program, and if anyone has experience with that specific program.
I want to become a director, and would like to maybe start assistant directing. What am I getting into?
Thertre... and now that you mentioned it stagemangement does sound like what I was looking for.
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I am only 17 right now, but I would like to become a flight attendant in a few years. I just recently got a job (food/customer service) I was wondering if that is good to start off or if I need something better?
Would volunteering also be good?
I am a single mom and have been a paralegal/legal assistant for 5 years now. I am looking for a home position i can do in the evenings/weekends in legal transcription? anyone know any legit positions? Thanks!
Could somebody tell me what Qualifications I need to become a Primary school treacher or teaching assistant. I have GCSE grade C in English, English Literature, Maths, Science, ICT and Textiles.
If anyone could give me any websites that would be very useful, thank you.
What kinds of jobs are available for those with a Masters in Human Resources? Also what kind of wage can be associated with the positions? Is there a better region of the country to look in for a well paying Human Resources position?
I am currently working as an Accounting Assistant and am interested in a career change. I would like to work in Human Resources but I wanted to know what the qualifications were for an entry level Human Resources position. Also, does anybody know of any training classes (certificate only) that I could take to gain the basic knowledge needed to work in Human Resources?
I'll be attending college out of state and I would like to apply for a dental assisting job. Only issue is, I have no time between my two jobs right now or the finances to make an extra trip up there and find one before the semester starts.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!
I am interested in knowing about the common job responsibilities of a comparative/international law grad.
I'm trying to start a school news letter in my school and i need to know the job of the editor and chief and if there are any other jobs in a newsletter. If you have any websites i can visit please let me know. Thank you : )
I have applied for a job as an executive assistant and I need some help as to how much my salary will be.
I am currently unemployed due to having a serious mental illness and am receiving disability payments. However, I am really hopeful that one day I will be well enough to work.
Being long-term unemployed due to my illness I dont have a resume, experiences, qualifications etc. But I was thinking that if I could start doing a little bit of volunteer work now (even just one day a month) and build up, and if they saw that I was committed it might eventually lead to a paid job.
What kind of volunteer work would be best for this? I was considering an animal shelter. But I would like to know if anybody else has had success with this or have other ideas.
It needs to be a job where I will feel safe, so not something with a lot of people. I once volunteered at a soup kitchen for homeless and it was a disaster because the clientele were frightening for me.