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My Recruiter Jobs is a specialist job board and information resource dedicated to the Recruitment Industry. We focus exclusively on the Recruitment (Rec2Rec), and Talent Acquisition sectors, helping experienced Recruitment Professionals apply to recruitment jobs across the UK.
Founded by recruiters for recruiters seeking a single source of recruitment opportunities nationally and internationally; My Recruiter Jobs aims to provide the very best online recruitment experience.
From Trainee to Consultant, Team Leader, Account Manager, Delivery Manager, Recruitment Manager, Business Manager, Recruitment Director to Talent Acquisition roles. My Recruiter Jobs can help you secure that new role!
My Recruiter Jobs aims to provide the very best online recruitment experience. Our site is designed to be straightforward and easy to use for recruiters seeking new opportunities.
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By subscribing for job alerts, you can pro-actively receive new job notifications directly into your in-box – either daily, weekly, or moments after the job is posted.
Upload your CV/Resume
To increase the ways through which you can find a job, you can upload your CV/resume, create a profile, and make your details searchable. This will make you visible in our candidate database. This database is searched by prospective employers looking to fill their vacancies and maximises your chances of finding a new job through My Recruiter Jobs.
Tips for writing your CV
Proofread, and then proofread again.
One essential tip for creating your CV is to take the time to proofread it. Make sure to carefully review each line of your CV to check for typos, spelling mistakes and grammar errors.
Hone your recruitment CV
Employing your recruitment background expertise in this area is a huge asset, remember the bar will be high for those from the recruitment sector and that the hiring manager reviewing your CV will be expecting best practice.
While the essentials of a recruitment CV are the same as for any other career, it should be the best when it comes to key elements such as formatting, length, size of font and tone of voice.
CV formatting Tips
Avoid titling the document 'curriculum vitae' or 'CV'. It's not needed. Instead let your name serve as the title.
Section headings are a good way to break up your CV. Ensure they stand out by making them larger (font size 14 or 16) and bold.
Avoid fonts such as Comic Sans. Choose something professional, clear, and easy to read such Arial, Calibri or Times New Roman. Use a font size between 10 and 12 to make sure that potential employers can read your CV. Ensure all fonts and font sizes are consistent throughout.
List everything in reverse chronological order. Then the Hiring Manager sees your work history and most recent achievements first.
Keep it concise by using clear spacing and bullet points. This type of CV layout allows potential employers to skim your CV and quickly pick out important information first.
While you know what a good candidate CV looks like, it’s sometimes valuable to get an outside perspective on what to include in your own application.
Highlight your knowledge of specific sectors and disciplines
It’s important to demonstrate sector knowledge and experience.
For example, “development of business relationships within the digital banking sector”, “headhunting of candidates within the Life Sciences sector”, “recruitment of GPs and nurses for public and private hospitals” etc.
Demonstrate your business achievements
Recruitment companies are performance driven environments. Any hiring manager will respond well to a CV that details key results.
For example, you may have “Negotiated and signed PSL agreements with key players within the X sector”, “Managed a team delivering 1.2 million annual gross profit”, “Generated £180,000 of permanent revenue over 12 months”, or “Grew a cold freelance desk to a height of 40 temporary workers generating £8,000 per week gross profit" etc.
Whenever you can back-up your experiences with concrete facts, you improve your chances of being invited in for interview.
If you have any agency or industry news, an upcoming event, useful business link, or blog, that you would like to share with the recruitment community. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an upload.
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