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|Blog Article|||||By The Simplyhealth Team||14 December 2020|
You’ve done the groundwork, and you have your toolkit ready. Now the only thing left to do is get yourself out there and search for your next opportunity.
The most obvious place to start is a job site, lots of them now have apps so you can download it to your phone, upload your CV and then opt for the one-click apply.
Speak to a recruiter and let them search on your behalf. Talk them through your experience and skills and what kind of thing you are looking for; you can be a specific or open as you like. Then let them get to work and contact you when something comes up.
Make use of your contacts, reach out to old colleagues and friends and family, they may know of a position currently available or coming up that would be perfect for you.
When you're searching for jobs, make sure that you refine your search so that it saves you time trawling through adverts that are irrelevant to you.
Some things to consider:
You've found the perfect role. You've been offered an interview. Now, it's time to show why you're the best fit. But interviews can be daunting. Which is why we asked one of our Talent specialists, normally one of the interviewers, for things they look out for, and how best someone can prepare:
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