The essential foundation for job search is self-assessment, or knowing yourself - the ability to identify interests, values, skills and personality. Thoughtful self-assessment streamlines the remaining steps of the job search, helping you to focus on organizations and careers compatible with your goals, and enabling you to market yourself knowledgeably and confidently.
Being able to clearly articulate these on a resume and during an interview will help to ensure a good fit with potential employers.
Job Search assistance can include (but is not limited to):
- identifying where to find relevant opportunities for work
- writing a resume and cover letter
- understanding self through Vocational Assessments (work-related values, interests, working style, strengths) & abilities
- providing constructive feedback on job applications such as resumes, selection criteria and letters based on research of employers like and dislikes
- addressing Selection Criteria
- providing sector-specific information or advising on where to find such information;
- advising on interview preparation and interview techniques including mock interviews
- preparing for an Assessment Centre
- transitioning to work