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Specialisation, and why it works
There is a reason why clients and candidates alike choose to work with Network Recruitment. Our biggest differentiator, however, is that we are specialists.
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Specialisation
2/15/2019 9:15 AMRecruitmentLerato Mashego2/15/2019 9:15 AM
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In a previous article, what makes Network Recruitment different, we shared why countless employers and candidates alike choose tIn a previous article, what makes Network Recruitment different, we shared why countless employers and candidates alike choose to work with us. Our biggest differentiator, however, is that we are a specialist recruitment agency in the sectors of IT, Finance and Engineering.

What does that mean?

This means that our recruiters do not consult outside their areas of specialisation. For example, you won't find a mechanical engineering recruiter dabbling with chemical engineering, or a Finance recruiter who specialises in Chartered Accountancy recruiting in the prudential risk niche.

How does Network Recruitment achieve this?

With more than 30 years in the business, this specialised focus has enabled our recruiters to build a significant base of technical knowledge and expertise. We invest in ongoing consultant training and develop our recruiters to become the best in the industry. Similarly, they are educated and undergo extensive technical training in specific niche areas in these three critical sectors. This training enables them to understand the requirements of available jobs in the market and equips them to assess candidates' technical ability and needs.

Why does it work?

In today's job market, the need for specialised skills has become apparent and we cannot ignore this need. For this reason, hiring managers, employers and job seekers prefer to engage with a recruiter or recruitment agency that specialises in their niche. They would like to work with recruiters who understand their industry and can speak their language.

Executives and employers trust Network Recruitment because of our flawless matching of candidates to jobs, effectiveness and fast turn-around time, all of which set us apart from our competitors.

Are you looking for an IT jobFinance jobEngineering job, or a Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, the centre of recruitment excellence.

Recruitment consultants - the answer to your job search
Make use of one of Network Recruitment’s specialist consultants to help you with your job search headaches.
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1/22/2019 12:40 PMJob Search, RecruitmentLerato Mashego1/22/2019 12:40 PM
Network Recruitment, Job search, Specialist recruitment consultant,  jobs, Recruitment agency, Recruitment company

You've done everything possible to get your foot in the door; updated your CV profile, included references, joined online job platforms and submitted dozens of applications with no result.  Let Network Recruitment manage your job search so that you can achieve the result of moving to your desired role. Making use of one of Network Recruitment's specialist consultants is the ideal solution to your job search headaches.

What does a recruitment consultant do?

Recruitment consultants facilitate the entire hiring process – from receiving the job spec from the hiring company/ employer to supporting the newly-placed candidate in their new position.  Niche agencies, such as Network Recruitment, specialise in a particular area of staffing.  Consultants at Network Recruitment, in particular, are highly trained and have in-depth knowledge about the specific industry's background, market and jargon.

What you need to know

  • Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening and selecting qualified candidates to fill a vacant position.
  • Organisations often outsource this process to professional recruitment agencies, where recruitment consultants are briefed to act as co-ordinators between the candidate and employer.
  • At Network Recruitment, consultants are highly skilled and experienced to match candidates to specific positions, according to the employers' expectations and corporate culture fit. 

These are the benefits of using one of Network Recruitment's specialist consultants

One of the main advantages of using a specialist recruitment consultant is access to job offerings that you as a job seeker won't come across in your typical search.  Furthermore, they are able to offer advice about specific industry trends and how these influence your career search.

What you need to know…

  • Network Recruitment maximises your efficiency as a job seeker, as we manage the job search process on your behalf.
  • Consultants have connections to various companies and hiring managers in your industry – an advantage that often leads to placements. 

This is what you can expect from a Network Recruitment consultant

Possibly the most distinguishable skill between a successful and unsuccessful consultant is the ability to listen to the candidate and to read between the lines.  A reputable recruitment consultant will keep the candidate's wishes top-of-mind, treat their profile as confidential and provide honest advice.

What you need to know…

  • The consultant should schedule a face-to-face meeting with you to discuss your aspirations, skills and needs.
  • During this meeting, the consultant will also get a feel for your personality and temperament, which play a role in corporate culture fit.
  • Remember that consultants can't guarantee a job or job interview. 

What is expected of you?

It is important to remember that it is YOUR job search!

What you need to know…

  • Follow-up with the consultant on a regular basis via e-mail or telephone.
  • Be honest with your consultant and disclose possible sensitive information, such as a criminal record or if you were fired from a previous position.
  • Supply the consultant with a profile, which is targeted towards a particular industry.
  • Tell the consultant if you don't want them to send your profile to particular companies, such as your current employer.
  • Mention any important factors or constraints that they should keep in mind, such as a disability or special needs.

Network Recruitment has proven itself for over 30 years.  Contact us to turn your job aspirations into reality, hassle-free.

Are you looking for an IT jobFinance job, Engineering job, or a Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, the centre of recruitment excellence.

Network Recruitment, Your trusted partner
Network Recruitment has managed to cultivate partnerships with clients and candidates alike by positioning ourselves as a trusted partner for both. This is why we are the first point of contact for our partners.
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11/22/2018 2:25 PMRecruitmentLerato Mashego11/22/2018 2:25 PM
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Network RecruitmentWith more than 30 years' experience in the specialist recruitment industry, Network Recruitment has been developing and maintaining sustainable relationships with IT, Finance and Engineering clients and candidates. In addition, our specialist recruiters are committed to providing quality service and have been educated and extensively trained in each specific niche area within these sectors.

As such, we have managed to cultivate partnerships with clients and candidates alike by positioning ourselves as a trusted partner for both. This is why we are the first point of contact for our partners:

Reliable. As the leaders in our specialist niche areas, our clients and 622k plus candidates rely on the expertise of our recruiters to either find them top talent or provide access to top job opportunities.  Our proactive methods and screening processes allow us to offer you exceptional service. We are your reliable partner in the recruitment industry.

Trustworthy. Employers and job seekers trust Network Recruitment with their candidate and job searches. Whether you are looking for a candidate, or for contract employment opportunities, we ensure that the best placement solutions are offered. In addition, the relationships we have with our clients helps us understand their company culture in such a way that our consultants are able to correctly interpret and flawlessly match their needs with a candidate who meets their standard.

Loyal. We are loyal to both our clients and candidates. One crucial factor that aids us to maintain our competitive edge is the amount of dedication that goes in to either helping a candidate make a career move or assisting an employer find their next top hire. Network Recruitment is able to manage either a part of or the entire recruitment process on the client's behalf. This includes sifting through candidate applications, short -and long-listing and doing reference or security checks.

Committed. Our clients and candidates feel assured that they are in a partnership that will not fail them as Network Recruitment is committed to offering the best solutions. Having successfully operated in the industry over so many years, Network Recruitment understands the significance of hiring the right candidates at the right time.  Our recruiters keep abreast of new technologies and trends in each niche, and actively track candidates, employers, and positions that are in high demand.

Rewarding. Working with specialists in the recruitment industry can be beneficial to you. Apart from our in-depth knowledge and the high calibre candidates at our disposal, Network Recruitment consultants offer a personal touch and provide you with a balanced view regarding the recruitment process. Our specialist services save you time and money and allow you to focus on your core business.

Supportive. Not only does Network Recruitment focus on placements, we also offer support to our clients and candidates by building good relationships with them through our pre –and post-placement programmes. Our pre-placement programme includes monitoring all progress made on the candidate's application, and our post-placement process provides support to both parties during the initial recruitment period, i.e. after an offer has been extended and accepted and during the first three months of employment. This innovative candidate-client strategy differentiates us from our competitors.

Honest. We have an open, honest and transparent relationship with our clients. Network Recruitment invests in its relationships first and as such maximises the power of the human connection. Since our consultants specialise in niche areas, they are able to deliver outstanding services as informed, honest and trusted advisors.

If you are looking for an IT jobFinance job, Engineering job, or a Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, your trusted partner in specialist IT, Finance and Engineering placements for 30 years.

Why use a specialised recruitment agency to find candidates?
Professional agencies, like Network Recruitment, specialise in a particular area of staffing.  Consultants at Network Recruitment are highly trained and have in-depth knowledge about the specific industry’s background, market and jargon.
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9/11/2018 4:10 PMRecruitmentLerato Mashego9/11/2018 4:10 PM
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specialised recruitment agency to find candidatesFilling specialised vacant positions takes time. Fortunately, Network Recruitment's consultants are trained to attract, screen and select qualified candidates on your behalf.  This means that you, as the Hiring Manager or employer, can focus your energy on priority tasks other than finding your perfect hire.

The 101 on specialist recruitment agencies

Organisations often outsource the recruitment process to specialist recruitment agencies where recruitment consultants are briefed to act as a coordinator between the candidate and employer. 

The role of the consultant

In reputable agencies, these specialist recruitment consultants are highly skilled and experienced and possess the technical knowledge to match candidates to specific positions according to the employers' expectations and corporate culture fit.  Consultants also facilitate the entire process, from receiving the job spec from the hiring company to supporting the newly placed candidate in their new position.

Professional agencies, like Network Recruitment, specialise in a particular area of staffing.  Consultants at Network Recruitment are highly trained and have in-depth knowledge about the specific industry's background, market and jargon.

Here are the benefits of working with a specialist recruitment consultant at Network Recruitment:

  • The consultant brings a personal touch and provides a balanced view of the recruitment process.
  • The consultant takes responsibility for screening and selecting candidates prior to interviewing with the employer.
  • The services of the recruitment consultant ensure that employers find the best candidates to meet their specific requirements.
  • Specialist skills result in the sourcing of excellent candidates in a short amount of time.
  • The administrative burden and costs are reduced.

What does Network Recruitment bring to the table?

As a specialist recruitment agency, Network Recruitment has in-depth knowledge of the roles, positions, designations and compensation packages at all levels within the IT, Finance and Engineering sectors. We are dedicated to finding the right candidates and can also support the company by creating a package that will attract the best talent for that function.

Furthermore, Network Recruitment has a wide network of contacts within its niche industries and is able to source candidates with scarce skills with ease. The business risk with regard to placing a candidate in the company mostly falls on the recruitment consultant: if the recruitment firm is unable to place a candidate in the company, they do not get paid for the effort they put towards the placement. Which takes us to the next point of interest: why do companies pay a placement fee?

You get what you pay for

The short answer to this question is that a consultant saves you time. And time is money. In the end, it will still benefit the company financially if the consultant finds the perfect candidate at a fee within a month than if the hiring manager or HR try to, unsuccessfully, find candidates themselves - a process that could potentially take three to four months. In addition, the background checks, screening and reference checking will all be the employer's responsibility. 

In return, an organisation can expect exceptional service and results.  You can also expect regular updates and personal communication from your consultant. In short, that is exactly what Network Recruitment is all about: developing relationships, delivering results!

Are you looking for an IT jobFinance jobEngineering job, or a Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, the centre of recruitment excellence.

Recruitment, technology and the human element
Specialist recruiters need to know how to use technology to their advantage, but even the best technology cannot replace the human element and capacity to interpret a situation.
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5/24/2018 11:00 AMRecruitmentLerato Mashego5/24/2018 11:00 AM
Specialist Recruiter, specialist recruitment agency, specialist Recruitment Company, quality services, hiring process

RecruitmentTechnology shouldn't be seen as an alternative to the human touch that a specialist recruiter contributes, even in an era where access to job opportunities and candidates is just a click away. Technology is a tool in the recruitment process but it cannot replace the process itself, which is people-driven.

Since our establishment in 1987, Network Recruitment is proud to be associated with more than 622 000 highly skilled candidates who at some stage of their career sought out the assistance of our specialist recruiters in their career move. This clearly indicates the value and benefit of a specialist recruitment agency for both employers and job seekers.

The true value, however, in working with a recruiter, as opposed to relying exclusively on technology, can be found in the following aspects:

Culture and value match
A good specialist recruiter understands the critical importance of the culture and value match between an employer and applicant.  He or she knows how to evaluate these aspects and bring the right people together. For example, our highly skilled recruiters understand the requirements of executives and hiring managers when employing staff. As a result 60% of our placements, especially in our finance division, is from repeat business.

Unique candidate qualities
Often, a candidate's CV doesn't always reflect their true strengths or most important qualities clearly. This means that, when employers use only technology to search for candidates, the real talent could be overlooked. A good recruiter draws out the talents and strengths of a candidate and brings it to the attention of the prospective employer. Our specialist recruiters build long-lasting relationships with South Africa's top talent. Take our Engineering division; they interview over 40 new engineers on a monthly basis.

The art of real communication
Successfully bringing together an employer and job seeker is a sensitive process which involves ongoing communication and negotiation. The art of communication becomes a half-painted picture without the human element.   The sole use of technology in the selection of candidates does not allow for a multi-faceted approach and often results in assumptions being made which lead to misleading conclusions.

Specialist recruiters need to know how to use technology to their advantage, but even the best technology cannot replace the human element and capacity to interpret a situation.

Are you looking for an IT job, Finance job, Engineering job or Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, your trusted partner in specialist IT, Finance and Engineering placements for 30 years. 

The importance of trust
As a specialist recruitment agency, Network Recruitment always goes the extra mile to ensure a great recruitment experience for both clients and candidates during the hiring process.
The importance of trust
4/19/2018 11:30 AMRecruitmentLerato Mashego4/19/2018 11:30 AM
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The success of a specialist recruitment agency is achieved by a combination of effective job search strategies and innovative recruiting methods. However, a partnership cannot be effective unless you have one defining factor – trust. Trust is a critical component in today's business environment; in fact, it is the foundation for developing and maintaining sustainable partnerships.

In this blog, Network Recruitment will outline the importance of trusting your specialist recruitment company with your organisation's recruitment needs.

Specialist recruiters assist in strengthening your employer brand
In today's job market, where professionals discover information about an employer on social media, employer branding is crucial. When you form a partnership with a specialist recruiter, you must trust that they will provide potential candidates with a positive candidate experience, accurate information and realistic expectations on what it's like working for your company.

There is a return on investment (ROI)
Outsourcing all or parts of the recruitment process to an agency means you need to trust that the recruiter will deliver on their promise to find you the right hire. Working with a recruitment agency, you will save your organisation time and money and boosts the quality of new hires.

You have peace of mind
In order for agencies to provide you with exceptional service, they must have a proven record of accomplishments. When you trust them with their candidate choice, you will feel more confident in your hiring decision.

As a specialist recruitment agency, Network Recruitment always goes the extra mile to ensure a great recruitment experience for both clients and candidates during the hiring process. Contact Network Recruitment today to build a partnership based on mutual trust.

Are you looking for an IT job, Finance job, Engineering job or Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, your trusted partner in specialist IT, Finance and Engineering placements for 30 years. 

Valuable partnerships
Guidelines on how to create and maintain valuable partnerships with your specialist recruiter.
Valuable partnerships
4/17/2018 1:00 PMRecruitmentLerato Mashego4/17/2018 1:00 PM
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Specialist recruitment agencies are able to make a valuable contribution to your business, especially when you want to make new appointments. Although this partnership's value is dependent on the agency's service - whether they can find the right hire – the quality of the partnership is dependent on the employer. 

The guidelines below provide useful information on how to create and maintain valuable partnerships with your specialist recruiter.

Be an active partner

Specialist recruiters know that it's vital to hire the right candidate at the right time. It is equally important for you, as the employer, to actively participate in the hiring process. Provide your recruiter with sufficient information that will help him or her understand the role and requirements which need to be met. In a previous article titled collaborating with a specialist recruitment agency, Executive Finance Specialist Recruiter, Sunette Roccon penned that although recruitment is not a core HR function, line managers should have a briefing session with their HR team to provide an in-depth explanation of the technical aspects of the role.

Choose wisely
Given the wide pool of recruitment agencies in South Africa, choosing the right company can be challenging. Consider the following before making a final decision:  

  1. How long have they been in the industry?
  2. Where are they situated?
  3. Do they have the expertise needed to fill the position?
  4. What does their recruitment process look like?

Have good communication
For any partnership to prosper, good communication is required. In most cases where the recruitment process may not have been, successful, poor communication was the reason. Research has shown that if candidates don't receive updates regarding the position in a timely fashion, they are more likely to pursue other job opportunities. If you communicate with your specialist recruiter in a timely manner the effectiveness of your partnership will be strengthened.

Provide constructive feedback
Successful partnerships thrive when both parties provide each other with constructive feedback – areas that were successful and areas to improve in.  This type of constructive feedback will assist specialist recruiters to improve service levels. "The client or HR team should provide feedback to the specialist recruiter if a candidate did not meet their requirements.  It is vital for us to know what went wrong so that the matter can be addressed.  This approach will ensure efficacy going forward as it will reduce the likelihood of the error being repeated in future," Roccon explains.

A bad hire can cost your organisation a great deal of money. Employers should note that the hiring process should not be rushed or overlooked. It takes time, patience and a significant amount of energy. This is why establishing a positive relationship with your specialist recruiter will streamline the hiring process, saving you time and money.

Are you looking for an IT job, Finance job, Engineering job or Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, your trusted partner in specialist IT, Finance and Engineering placements for 30 years. 

Changing the face of modern recruitment
While it is clear that social media is entrenching itself as a facilitator of modern recruitment, there is still a vital role for recruitment professionals to play in the process.
Changing the face of modern recruitment
3/5/2018 6:00 PMSocial Media, RecruitmentLerato Mashego3/5/2018 6:00 PM
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Social media has revolutionised the manner in which recruitment is done. Whether it is candidates uploading CVs, connecting through professional networks and applying online for job opportunities; or specialist recruiters screening potential candidates through their social media platforms, recruitment has entered an entirely new dimension.

Facebook remains one of the most popular social media platforms in South Africa. South Africa currently boasts around 16 million Facebook users, with more than 14 million of them accessing the platform through a mobile phone.

LinkedIn has grown from strength to strength, particularly as a recruitment tool. It has proven to be especially useful in identifying candidates who are not actively looking for employment. More than six million South Africans have a professional profile on LinkedIn. In a country with a skills shortage, this may just be the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.  Many companies have seen the value of this offering. Standard Bank, for example, is the continent's largest user of LinkedIn recruiter licenses, allowing it to view the full profile of candidates outside of its network and contact them directly.

In light of these digital developments, many would argue that the recruitment industry is becoming redundant. After all, advancements in social media have enhanced the ability for both candidates and employers to connect with each other. Network Recruitment contends that now, more than ever, the contrary is true.

For all the benefits social media brings from streamlining the job hunting and hiring process, it also presents a number of challenges. One of them is the sheer abundance of data social media delivers to employers, who now have to find the time to sift through potential candidates from all the various platforms, identify those that might be suitable and then manage all communications with the preferred candidates.

This is where an accomplished specialist recruiter demonstrates their true value. Not only are they experienced in identifying potential candidates from written profiles and CVs, but they also have the ability to adequately match candidates' competencies and personalities to the position available and company culture.

Social media also presents challenges for candidates. For one, being noticed in the online pool of potential employees can be difficult. A well compiled, complete CV or profile is key to being spotted by potential employers or recruiters online, however, candidates can stand out more by ensuring a meaningful online presence through activities like tweeting relevant industry news or growing their professional network through connecting with industry stakeholders.

Another challenge for candidates is the high visibility social media has in their personal lives. It's important for job seekers to be aware of what they share on the world wide web. Once something has been posted it cannot be retracted, even if you delete the post in question. Specialist recruiters and employers screen potential employees using social media platforms, stressing the importance of maintaining a positive online image at all times.

While it is clear that social media is entrenching itself as a facilitator of modern recruitment, there is still a vital role for recruitment professionals to play in the process. Candidates and employers would be wise to collaborate with those recruiters who understand both the risks and rewards of using social media platforms and how to maximise these channels for optimal benefit.

Are you looking for an IT jobFinance jobEngineering job, or a Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, the centre of recruitment excellence.

What makes Network Recruitment different?
If you’re in search of a recruitment company that is trusted by candidates and clients alike look no further than Network Recruitment, your trusted partner in professional recruitment.
What makes Network Recruitment different?
1/30/2018 11:15 AMJob Search, RecruitmentLerato Mashego1/30/2018 11:15 AM
Network Recruitment, Specialist Recruitment Agency, IT job, Finance job, Engineering job

Having been at the forefront of the specialist recruitment industry for more than 30 years, Network Recruitment retains its competitive edge by developing and maintaining sustainable relationships with its clients and candidates.  Job seekers trust Network Recruitment to find the best fit for them, and employers are assured of top quality candidates at all times.

Network Recruitment specialises in the niche markets of IT, Finance and Engineering recruitment, either permanent or contract, depending on the candidate or clients' needs. Over the years, the agency has developed a reputation for delivering incomparable skills to top employers while providing candidates with the best job opportunities available.  Network Recruitment is committed to developing sustainable partnerships with the candidates they screen and the clients they work with.

Network Recruitment's specialist recruiters have sound technical knowledge and experience and focus exclusively on sourcing high-calibre IT, Finance and Engineering specialists across South Africa and other countries in the continent. In addition, they are educated and extensively trained in specific niche areas in these sectors. These specialist recruiters soon become their candidates' and clients' trusted advisors during the recruitment process, drawing on their ongoing training and substantial industry knowledge to provide expert advice.   

By constantly expanding its pool of skilled professionals through its proactive methods and screening of candidates, Network Recruitment is able to offer clients the best talent available.  Network Recruitment provides expert advice and job information and is passionate about providing exceptional recruitment support to its clients.

If you're in search of a recruitment company that is trusted by candidates and clients alike, whilst meeting the demands of a highly competitive job market in South Africa, look no further than Network Recruitment, your trusted partner in professional recruitment.

Looking for an IT job, Finance job or, Engineering job? Contact Network Recruitment, your trusted partner in specialist IT, Finance and Engineering placements for 30 years. 

Building a relationship with a Specialist Contracting Recruiter
If you’re a contractor looking for employment, one of the best resources you can draw on during your job search is the assistance of a specialist recruiter.
Building a relationship with a Specialist Contracting Recruiter
12/19/2017 1:10 PMJob Search, RecruitmentLerato Mashego12/19/2017 1:10 PM
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In today's job market, many professionals are leaving full-time employment for contract job opportunities because of the benefits this environment brings. If you're a contractor looking for employment, one of the best resources you can draw on during your job search is the assistance of a specialist recruiter.

Network Contracting Solutions' specialist recruiters have access to new contracting job opportunities before anyone else and are equipped to actively seek opportunities on your behalf. Furthermore, they fully comprehend the employer's job requirements and may have some influence when it comes to the final hiring decision. With this in mind, it's vital to your career to build a sustainable relationship with one of our specialist recruiters.

In this blog, Rochelle Willemse, Finance Specialist Consultant in Network Contracting Solutions,  provides tips on how to start building a strong relationship with a specialist contract recruiter.

  • Be honest at all times

If you're in the job market or have had a specialist recruiter reach out to you about a job opportunity, it's best to keep them fully informed regarding your requirements. Let your specialist recruiter know your asking salary expectation, what your ideal role would be, preferred location etc.  For example, if a recruiter asks you what your current earnings are and what your expectations are - be honest and trust that your recruiter always has your best interest at heart.

  • Be on time and communicate

If you can no longer attend a job interview, inform your recruiter right away, as this will enable the recruiter to advise the client immediately.  Open lines of communication are essential and it may be possible for the recruiter to reschedule the interview or to put you forward should other roles become available.

  • Keep your CV updated at all times

Willemse recommends contractors to keep their CVs updated, as the contracting market is fast-paced. If you don't get into the habit of continuously updating your CV every time you receive employment, specialist recruiters may assume you have not been employed on a contract basis for a long period of time.

  • Be committed

Before you reach out to a recruiter, you need to be committed to making a career move. To avoid ruining a sustainable working relationship, carefully assess your job situation first to determine if you are ready to make a move when an offer is extended.

  • Prepare for interviews and be professional

Make an effort to research the company before you go to a job interview. You may want to also consider the company's strengths and weaknesses and what value you would add should you be hired so that you can participate in the interview in a professional manner.

Rochelle Willemse is a Finance Specialist Consultant at Network Recruitment.

Are you looking for an IT jobFinance jobEngineering job, or a Contracting assignment? Contact Network Recruitment, the centre of recruitment excellence.

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