Work in Europe (Sweden, Denmark, Germany) - Your job search from Ottawa to Stockholm
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30 minutes could save you 30 days in your job search.
Welcome to our Ask a recruiter series of online workshops.
Meet with a recruiter over skype and get help with your job search. Typical duration is 1 hour.
Our workshop is specially designed to give international job seekers an insight into what is required by employers in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Germany and how to improve their chances of success, get a job and a work visa.
This is your chance to work directly with a recruiter, get real feedback on your CV and job search from an employers perspective and ask questions such as: How does an employer view my CV? What impression does my CV give?
SKYPE WORKSHOP 1: Get help from a recruiter - Your CV for Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Germany
Does your CV pass the 30 second test?
The average time reading a CV is just 6.25 seconds
Your CV is your most important tool and first impressions matter to employers. Get past the screening stage with the perfect CV and get more responses.
Join this workshop to get expert help from a recruiter in creating your CV customized for employers in different industries.
What you will learn:
What do Nordic and German employers look for in your CV and Cover Letter?
Have you included the right information?
Get an insight into the hiring process
How to present your professional experience?
How to profile yourself for different types of jobs.
Learn about the Do’s and Dont’s of job application writing
How to write a well structured and professional CV presentation
Get help from a recruiter to:
1. Plan and customise your CV
format it for Nordic and German employers
customise it for industries and job titles
2. Present your experience
demonstrate your credibility
quantify your performance and experince
quantify your market experience
use client references and brands
3. Profile your skills
highlight transferable skills
strengthen areas of weakness
demonstrate soft skills
4. Structure your CV
structure information correctly
draw attention to key areas
optimise it for keyword, databaese and webforms
use LinkedIn to support your CV
create a supporting online portfolio
tune up your social media profile
5. Style your CV
reduce clutter and make it user friendly
make it aesthetically appealing
SKYPE WORKSHOP 2: Get help from a recruiter - Your job search and work visa
"80% of job searched are never advertised"
Searching for jobs is a skill. Invest in learning it and save time by connecting with the right employers.Identify companies in Sweden fitting your experience and getting applications in front of the right people.
Join this workshop to get help in your job search, insights, speaking to decision makers and getting interview commitments. Get help on questions regarding work visas, permits and applications.
What you will learn
Where to find jobs matching your background?
Which companies fit your profile?
How to find opportunities at companies such as Spotify, Truecaller, Tictail that are rapidly expanding into international markets.
Get help from a recruiter to:
1. Send applications at the right time
how the recruitment season works
how the recruitment process works
how the decision process works
2. Find matching employers
which employers are the best match your experience
which industries you should focus on
how to research jobs and employers
3. Present your skills
how to present your transferable skills
how to present your competencies
4. Contact employers
which networks to join
how to establish contact
how to send your CV and follow up
how to get decisions and interview commitments
5. Prepare for interview and salary negotiations
which interview questions to expect
how to practice pitch for an interview
how to negotiate your salary and benefits
6. Getting your work visa
what you need to know before applying
what is required from you and employers
how to apply, processes and procedures
what you need to know before moving