Demob Job Newsletter - March 2015
March 2015 | Issue No. 10 | www.demobjob.co.uk
Welcome to our March 2015 newsletter, slightly delivered late but it has been a very busy month. If you no longer wish to receive our monthly newsletter please select the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the page.
Our new web site
Today we launched our new web site and apart from a couple of tweaks we are extremely pleased with the end result. This brings our online presence bang up to date with with the latest technology. Here are some of the benefits:
- View our site on any platform; desktop or mobile.
- Increased functionality for both jobseekers and clients.
- Jobseekers can apply for jobs with ease from any mobile device.
- Clients can submit their vacancies online, click here.
Supported with some online/offline marketing campaigns we expect to see a significant increase in the number of jobseekers registering with us ensuring that we can introduce only the bext matching candidates to our clients.
Please take a peak at our new site www.demobjob.co.uk. We always welcome feedback so please send it to email@example.com
Disappointment - Lost Candidates
by Adrian Cheesman
My second article on ‘getting the most from your recruiter’ relates to trying to avoid losing that strong candidate who you have interviewed and offered the job.
When the candidate says 'thanks but no thanks' it can be extremely disappointing for both the employer and recruiter. This article provides some suggestions on how to minimise this occurance.
Click here to find out more.
Here are just three of our recent hires, two from the British Army and one from the Royal Navy.
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Simon spent 24 years in the Royal Corps of Logistics as a Supply Specialist attaining the rank of Sergeant. Simon holds military qualifications in logistics management. His military experience and transferable skills enabled him to secure a role with our client based in Manchester as a Shift Manager.
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Richard has previously served 24 years in the Royal Navy as a Weapons Engineer where he was responsible for managing the engineering team working on satellite communications/ mobile surveillance equipment. He holds an HNC in Electronic Engineering. Our client took on his relevant transferable skills and he is now employed as a Project Engineer delivering electronic payment solutions across the South East.
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Andrew completed a successful 24 year career with the Royal Military Police and left having attained the rank of Captain. With a strong background in Operational Management, Quality Management and Security, his transferable skills were recognised by our client who have employed him as the Head of Operational Development, a senior role within their business based in Berkshire.
ADVERTISE YOUR VACANCY FOR A FIXED FEE
We appreciate that some employers are not looking to engage with us on a consultancy approach. If this is you why not take advantage of our fixed fee advertising service on our new web site.
For all the detail please click here.
HOW LONG DO YOU TAKE TO VIEW A CV?
Posted on the Independent web site this is a great article on how employers spend an average of only 8.8 seconds viewing a CV. Some great points to take note of whether you are an employer or jobseeker.
To read the article please click here.
Struggling to find your next employee?
Is your current recruitment partner not delivering
the right calibre of candidate?
Call me, Joanne Foster, on 0191 4274559 for a no obligation explanation on how we can help you or simply send me your vacancy by clicking here and I will get back to you.
Remember not all agencies are the same ...
Demob Job Ltd
South Shields Business Works
Henry Robson Way, Station Road
Tyne and Wear
Tel: 0191 4274655
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