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  • Register Recruiter
    000 to 60 000 60 000 to 70 000 70 000 to 80 000 80 000 to 90 000 90 000 to 100 000 6 to 8 per hour 8 to 10 per hour 10 to 12 per hour 12 to 14 per hour 14 to 16 per hour 16 to 18 per hour 18 to 20 per hour 20 to 22 per hour 22 to 24 per hour 24 to 26 per hour 26 to 28 per hour 28 to 30 per hour 30 to 35 per hour 35 to 40 per hour 40 to 45 per hour 45 to 50 per hour 50 to 60 per hour 60 to 70 per hour 70 to 80 per hour 80 to 90 per hour Pay As You Go Account Registration To advertise immediately and pay by debit or credit card please complete the simple registration process below Once you ve created an account you ll be able to purchase job credits and post jobs instantly Login Details Please choose a username Please choose a password Confirm Password Company Details Company Name Contact Name Address 1 Address 2 Town Postcode Country Please Specify United Kingdom Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua Argentina Armenia Ashmore And Cartier Islands Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belgium Belize British Honduras Benin Dahomey Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia And Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territories British Solomon Islands British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burma Burundi Byelarus Cambodia Cameroon Canada Canal Zone Canton And Enderbury Islands Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Central And South Line Isllands Chad Chile China Christmas Island Indian Ocean Cocos Islands Colombia Comoro Islands Congo Republic Cook Islands Costa Rica Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic East Germany Ecuador

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/recruiter_register.php (2016-02-08)
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  • Operations Team Manager 27k
    000 60 000 to 70 000 70 000 to 80 000 80 000 to 90 000 90 000 to 100 000 6 to 8 per hour 8 to 10 per hour 10 to 12 per hour 12 to 14 per hour 14 to 16 per hour 16 to 18 per hour 18 to 20 per hour 20 to 22 per hour 22 to 24 per hour 24 to 26 per hour 26 to 28 per hour 28 to 30 per hour 30 to 35 per hour 35 to 40 per hour 40 to 45 per hour 45 to 50 per hour 50 to 60 per hour 60 to 70 per hour 70 to 80 per hour 80 to 90 per hour Operations Team Manager 27k Posted 01 02 16 Recruiter Gordon Yates Reference 36637 Type Permanent Salary 27000 per annum BENEFITS Location Manchester Description Job Purpose To manage the delivery of the Product Setup function across either Accountancy and Tax and related areas or the University To ensure that all course related information in the central Product Catalogue is set up on time and accurately To oversee the work of the Product Setup team ensuring work is appropriately delegated and that staff are appropriately deployed and in particular have the appropriate expertise and skill in the use of the any specialist software as required Key Responsibilities Policy and Process To liaise with business units in relation to the product setup process establishing and communicating clear timelines for the setting up of products and ensuring deadlines are met To ensure that specialist software is used appropriately and to its full extent To manage the SOX procedures within the team ensuring all processes are followed and that correct documentation is kept for auditing purposes Product Setup To create the Product Setup schedule

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/job-details-56945.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Login
    Sheffield South Yorkshire Teesside West Yorkshire North East Durham Northumberland Tyne and Wear North West Cheshire Cumbria Lancashire Liverpool Manchester Scotland Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll Bute Ayrshire Borders Dumfries Galloway Dunbartonshire Dundee Edinburgh Fife Glasgow Highlands Islands Inverclyde Lanarkshire Lothian Moray Perth Kinross Stirling Wales Anglesey Blaenau Gwent Bridgend Caerphilly Cardiff Carmarthenshire Ceredigion Conwy Denbighshire Flintshire Gwynedd Merthyr Tydfil Monmouthshire Neath Port Talbot Newport Pembrokeshire Powys Rhondda Cynon Taf Swansea Torfaen Vale of Glamorgan Wrexham Northern Ireland Antrim Armagh Belfast Down Fermanagh Londonderry Tyrone Channel Islands Jersey Guernsey Isle of Man Europe France Germany Republic of Ireland Spain Rest of World UAE Dubai All job types Permanent Temporary Contract Part time Temp to Perm Any salary 10 000 to 12 500 12 500 to 15 000 15 000 to 17 500 17 500 to 20 000 20 000 to 22 000 22 000 to 24 000 24 000 to 26 000 26 000 to 28 000 28 000 to 30 000 30 000 to 35 000 35 000 to 40 000 40 000 to 45 000 45 000 to 50 000 50 000 to 60 000 60 000 to 70 000 70 000 to 80 000 80 000 to 90 000 90 000 to 100 000 6 to 8 per hour 8 to 10 per hour 10 to 12 per hour 12 to 14 per hour 14 to 16 per hour 16 to 18 per hour 18 to 20 per hour 20 to 22 per hour 22 to 24 per hour 24 to 26 per hour 26 to 28 per hour 28 to 30 per hour 30 to 35 per hour 35 to 40 per hour 40 to 45 per hour 45 to 50 per hour 50 to 60 per hour 60 to 70 per hour 70 to 80 per hour

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/login.php?f=1 (2016-02-08)
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  • Making Your CV Job Board Friendly
    12 to 14 per hour 14 to 16 per hour 16 to 18 per hour 18 to 20 per hour 20 to 22 per hour 22 to 24 per hour 24 to 26 per hour 26 to 28 per hour 28 to 30 per hour 30 to 35 per hour 35 to 40 per hour 40 to 45 per hour 45 to 50 per hour 50 to 60 per hour 60 to 70 per hour 70 to 80 per hour 80 to 90 per hour 13th Oct 2009 Careers Centre CV Writing Advice Making Your CV Job Board Friendly The explosion of job websites both generic and niche such as ClearlySecretarialJobs has been one of the hallmarks of the recruitment industry over the last decade This has had a huge impact on the job seeker enabling a whole world of jobs to be accessed at the touch of a button from the comfort of their own home seemingly putting the job seeker more in control of their application process However what is often missed by the job seeker is the change this has had on the recruitment process from the recruiter s point of view This change is important as it has significantly altered the strategy required by the job seeker to become successful in securing interviews in today s job market In order to create a strategy for success by submitting your CV to job boards it is important to understand how a recruiter will use the site When a recruiter or agency receives the job description and person specification from the hiring manager the recruiter will go through a process of finding candidates dependent on the resources available to them from looking internally searching their own candidate databases to utilising 3 rd party channels such as job boards Top quality job boards will allow the recruiter not only to post their jobs to the site but also to search the job board database based on the recruiter s specifications and rank candidates against these key criteria This point is key for the job seeker No longer is producing a functional CV with career and educational history enough Language and format are now key to getting found by a recruiter searching databases Due to the nature of these results the recruiter is more than likely to look at the Top 10 strongest criteria matches first no matter when the application took place so simply getting in first is not enough to guarantee your CV being screened by a human even if you tick all the boxes So what can be done to give your CV the best chance of being in the first Top 10 screening The compatibility of your CV to the job board database is essential This may sound obvious but is missed by many When uploading your CV instructions on file size and software compatibility will be shown however as a general guide it is best as a doc MS Word file less than 200kb in

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-34.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Ten top tips for success in any job interview
    you to find success in your interview regardless of the job position you have applied for so read on Dress to Impress Before you even get to your interview you need to ensure that you are ready for it One way in which this is achieved is by dressing appropriately Your appearance is the first impression your potential employer will have of you so you need to ensure it is a good one The way you dress acts as a reflection on the type of person you are so turning up looking as though you haven t made an effort will make a potential employer think you won t put any effort into your work Be Punctual Turn up late to your interview and you might as well not turn up at all It is so important that you are on time in fact it s even better to be a bit early by ten or fifteen minutes This gives you the perfect amount of time to correctly compose yourself and inform the correct person that you have arrived Arriving slightly early is also great in case there are any forms etc for you to fill in as this means your interviewer isn t sitting around waiting for you to do this meaning you can put more thought and detail into it Bring the correct Information and Documents For some job interviews you may be informed of certain pieces of information that you need to bring with you These pieces of information could be documentation in the form of your CV and a portfolio of work as well as your driving license Even if you aren t asked to take any of these with you it is always a good idea to have them as it is better to take too much as oppose to nothing at all Come across friendly and Enthusiastic I know that during the process you will be nervous and sometimes these nerves will get the better of you but it is vital that you give off the right vibes No one would offer a job to someone who came across as not knowing anything about the company and not being interested in and enthusiastic about what it is that you would be doing as part of the company You need to present yourself as friendly approachable confident and interested and enthusiastic as that is what employers look for in employees and failure to conduct yourself in such a manner could cost you the job you are trying to get Be Flexible Basically you need to ensure that what you say in your interview doesn t contradict anything that is stated within your CV You also need to be clear on your job objectives such as progression and the different roles you want to play in a company You need to make yourself available rather than restrict what you are capable of as most employers will opt for someone who is flexible in the job role

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-10.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Interview tips – How to excel in job interviews
    job interview is a communication exercise and the way you sell yourself will have a major impact on the end result While you may be an ideal candidate with a CV full of experience and impressive achievements you will need to get this message across to the interviewer if you are to succeed Prepare in advance practice answering questions and be ready to give detailed examples of your achievements which demonstrate that in fact you can do the job effectively Don t be afraid to blow your own trumpet the interview room is not the place to be modest Dress to impress Remember the way you dress gives a message as to the type of person you are and can give clues as to the type of employee you will be Arriving for the interview looking as though you haven t made an effort will make a potential employer think you just don t care about the job and the likely result is that you won t get the offer Dress appropriately and for most posts this means dressing conservatively Your appearance is the first impression your potential employer will have of you so you need to ensure it is a good one Be punctual Arriving late for an interview is one of the most common mistakes and is almost sure to guarantee failure In fact turn up late to your interview and you might as well not turn up at all It is vital that you are on time and we advise that you arrive at the reception area about ten minutes before the start of your interview This gives you the perfect amount of time to correctly compose yourself and calm those nerves Arriving slightly early is also great in case there are any forms etc for you to fill in as this means your interviewer isn t sitting around waiting for you to do this meaning you can put more thought and detail into it Bring the correct information and documents For some job interviews you may be informed of certain pieces of information that you need to bring with you These pieces of information could be documentation in the form of your CV and a portfolio of work as well as your driving license Even if you aren t asked to take any of these with you it is always a good idea to have them as it is better to take too much as oppose to nothing at all Be confident friendly and enthusiastic While interviews can be nerve wracking it is vital that you present yourself in a confident manner Present yourself as friendly approachable and confident keen to work as part of the team It can be frustrating for an interviewer to make an offer only to have it rejected and for this reason we suggest you are enthusiastic about the job This gives the message that you are likely to accept an offer if one is made Research the company and be

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-11.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Winning techniques for a successful job interview
    you should be focused on the task at hand You need to ensure that you have the techniques needed to successfully get through the interview stage you need to send out a positive message and truly sell yourself so there is no doubt in your potential employers mind that you are an ideal candidate for the job So let s start by looking at when you first arrive at your job interview It is important that no matter who you encounter when you arrive at the interview you approach them in a positive and friendly manner this includes when you are walking through the car park to the main reception I say this because you never know who can see you and who is observing your behaviour so you need to make a good impression on everyone you meet So when you approach the reception desk ensure that you clearly state what your reason is for being there and be as polite and talkative to the receptionist as you can be Remember you never know who in the building is close to the person who is interviewing you so make a good impression on as many people as you can this way after your interview you will be remembered as a candidate who was nothing but polite and friendly There are also a number of aspects that you need to ensure that you carry out before you go into your interview such as turning off your mobile phone and ensuring any iPods or MP3 players are put away Sitting listening to music while you are waiting to go into your interview doesn t give off a great impression in fact to any potential employer this simply demonstrates that you have a severe lack of interest Make sure that when you arrive for your interview that you arrive around ten minutes early There are a number of reasons as to why this is best Arriving ten minutes early allows you to relax and clear your head prior to meeting your potential employer It also means if there are any forms that you need to fill in you can do them while you are waiting so you aren t cutting into any of the time spent actually in the interview process Your first impression on your potential employer is vital to your chance at securing the job you have applied for which is why it is so important that you take every step to ensure your first impression is a good one This is one of the best winning techniques you can learn when it comes to a job interview another is how you conduct yourself during the interview What you say to your potential employer is just one aspect that is kept in mind when you are being considered for a job another aspect is your body language Your body language says a lot about you to your potential employer how you sit in a chair and your take on eye

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-12.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Secretarial Job Interviews – What they will ask and how to answer
    80 per hour 80 to 90 per hour 21st Sep 2009 Careers Centre Interview Techniques Secretarial Job Interviews What they will ask and how to answer So you have finally received an invitation to attend an interview for your dream secretarial post Suddenly a whole raft of concerns comes to mind what to wear what will they ask and how will you give answers which are good enough to get the job An interview can be a stressful and nerve wracking situation and this article provide essential advice for those attending an interview for Secretarial posts What They Will Ask The questions asked will be driven by the type of job the level the post is at and by the interviewing style used by the employer Trying to anticipate all the various combinations and question types is an impossible task however by remembering that the interviewer is interested in three factors Capability Commitment and Compatibility you will be able to answer any question thrown at you with ease There are a variety of areas that will be covered during your interview such as your skills and experience why you have applied and what direction you want to take your career You will be able to get a better idea of these areas by studying the Job Description and the Person Specification and any additional research about the company will give you a broad idea of what they are looking for With a basic role you may be asked questions relating to communication skills an ability to effectively plan and organise a good use of time management and your ability to achieve results as well as how effective you are with problem solving You will also need to be able to demonstrate good computer literacy So what about for senior roles Well you may need to answer questions on how to motivate and develop a team what your ability is in regards to building relationships how you would manage a large department and how you would plan and develop a strategy Sample of typical interview questions for Secretarial Job Interviews 1 What software programmes are you proficient with 2 How do you manage your time and objectives 3 Tell me about a recent situation where you had to work to an extremely tight deadline What was involved and what was the outcome 4 What is your experience with planning large meetings and taking minutes 5 Tell me about a time when your communication skills played a key role in achieving a successful outcome What was involved and what part did you play 6 Describe a time when you had to work exceptionally hard to provide great service to a customer or client What did you do and what was the outcome 7 Describe a situation where you had to take many different actions and overcome a variety of obstacles in order to deliver a successful result 8 Describe a time when you were required to analyse a large amount of data

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-13.html (2016-02-08)
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