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Employment Advisor

Employment Advisor Full job details for Employment Advisor can be found below. The job is advertised by Richmond Fellowship and all questions relating to the job should be directed to them. Please use the Ask a Question feature beneath the description or click the link below for more information. Employment Advisor – Description Our Employment …

Law and Employment

Join as an employment advisor

To join us as an Employment Advisor, you will ideally have: Experience of working to integrate disadvantaged people into the labour market. Experience of working in the business/industry and/or education. An NVQ 4 in Advice and Guidance or willingness to train towards this. An understanding of people with mental health problems. Excellent communication, promotional, mediation …

Law and Employment

Getting temp work

Getting temp work If you do not know what you want to do, the best approach is to cast your net wide. Ring up as many agencies as you can, and fix up some interviews. Go armed with your CV and make sure you sell yourself as being reliable, flexible, punctual and presentable. If you …

Law and Employment

Working abroad

Working abroad If you want to work abroad, it’s always best to set something up before you go, when possible. If you don’t have employment lined up then it’s a good idea to have some money saved up to tide you over, just in case you don’t find anything quickly enough when you get there. …

Law and Employment

Temporary or seasonal work

Temporary or seasonal work A lot of employment opportunities can come around tourist season. Think about bar work or tour reps in warmer countries, or ski instruction and chalet work in the winter. You might be interested in fruit picking, cruise ship duties, a ‘counsellor’ for Camp America, childcare, catering, or casino work. It can …

Law and Employment

What do you want from a job?

What do you want from a job? Do you want something safe that pays regular wages, or would you like to do something riskier that pays a lot more money? You might want to work flexible hours, or prefer a nine to five. Perhaps you like working alone, or want to deal with the public. …

Law and Employment

What’s your perfect job?

What’s your perfect job? Unless you have a trust fund the size of Canada, sooner or later you’re gonna have to work for a living. If you’re unsure what you want to do, this might help you make your mind up. It’s only a job, right? Maybe, but it’s going to take up a huge …