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  • How to prepare for a job interview
    to 80 per hour 80 to 90 per hour 21st Sep 2009 Careers Centre Interview Techniques How to prepare for a job interview Many job applicants make the classic mistake of thinking that a good CV is all that s needed to win a job offer in an interview They arrive at the interview unprepared aiming to simply talk through their CV and then walk away with the job offer What they are forgetting is that every candidate called to interview will have an equally impressive CV They key to success in any interview is your ability to sell yourself to communicate your skills and to convince the interviewer that you are the right person for that role Not so easy to do without preparation unless you have had many recent interviews Why Preparation is Vital Preparation for a job interview is vital and is the first step towards success With adequate preparation you will know exactly what the employer is looking for you will have a good idea of the questions they will ask and you will have effective answers ready on the tip of your tongue Interviews can be nerve wracking for many people however by preparing in advance the interview you can complete the interview in a relaxed positive and confident manner It will be familiar to you and you will be ready for any question they can throw at you Here are five key areas to consider when preparing Conduct Research into the Employer Arm yourself with knowledge about the employer and what they do This is essential not only because you may be asked a question about the company or what it does but also you need to be confident that the employer is right for you You may end up spending many years in the job and advance research will tell you if this is the right job for you or not Visit their website read their publications and ask around about them The more information you can make use of about the company the more impressed your potential employer will be Researching the company highlights to your potential employer that you are interested in the position and you are willing to learn and play an active role in the future success of the company This also demonstrates that you have the initiative to find out such information a valuable skill regardless of the industry you are applying for a job in Know the Location of The Interview A mistake sure to put you at the bottom of the list is to arrive late for your interview Giving the excuse that your train was delayed or you were stuck in traffic or even that you got lost will just not work There really is no excuse and to avoid this happing find out where the interview is taking place and make sure you know how to get there One of the best ways of achieving this especially if you aren t aware of the

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-14.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Should I move to Dubai?
    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 80 to 90 per hour 16th Oct 2009 Careers Centre Careers Advice Should I move to Dubai Hello My husband has been offered a job in Dubai he s in construction and we re seriously considering it The thing is i need to work too and we re worried i won t be able to find a job I ve been working as an office manager for a medium sized publishing company in the west end for the last 5 years and would ideally like something similar though would consider sec admin pa jobs too Do you know what jobs might be available in Dubai and do you have any info on wages etc Natalie P David Morel of Tiger Recruitment offers the following advice A very good question and one that is cropping up time and time again as more and more people are looking to move abroad and particularly as a result of the adverse market conditions we have experienced in the UK The short answer is that the market in Dubai is in a worse state than ours and it is extremely difficult to find work over there in the secretarial field particularly if you are based in London at the moment The market in Dubai dropped significantly in September October 2008 and it is only in the last month or two that there has been any sign of recovery When the market collapsed wholesale redundancies were made across many sectors and there was a significant movement of expats leaving Dubai to return to the UK Those that stayed out there were naturally given precedent over newcomers for job vacancies and this is a trend that is still continuing today Salary levels have also been affected and are roughly about 20 less now than they

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-35.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Ageism?
    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 6th Oct 2009 Careers Centre Careers Advice Ageism Hi there I ve been a PA for 28 years i m 52 and have recently been made redundant I m applying for lots of jobs but am getting rejected each time even though i ve got loads of experience and to be honest could do the job standing on my head I m starting to get the feeling my age is a problem I m so desperate i m even thinking of applying for much more junior roles just so i can get back into the job market Is my age a problem Should i leave my DOB off my CV Help Pat B Lyn Cecil MD of Secretaries Plus offers the following advice First and foremost a date of birth should never be on a CV as it is now discriminatory for an employer to rule out anyone on age Also if she is putting it onto job boards she is at risk of ID theft I would expect that whilst she feels that the roles

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-28.html (2016-02-08)
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  • How to become a Personal Assistant?
    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 80 to 90 per hour 23rd Sep 2009 Careers Centre Careers Advice How to become a Personal Assistant Hi I really hope you can help I have worked for a large investment bank as a team secretary for 4 years which I enjoy but would ideally like to progress into a more senior Personal Assistant role Various PA positions have come up in mine and other departments over the last six months which I apply for only to be told that they are looking for people with PA experience So my question is how do I get around this I suppose I could always apply for PA roles in other companies but I really love working here and don t want to move Any advice appreciated David Morel MD of Tiger Recruitment provides the following advice The problem you are experiencing is commonplace within larger organisations and I can understand your frustration Employees are bracketed by the type of job they are doing and these are then broken down into categories for instance within the secretarial administrational market Receptionist Team

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-15.html (2016-02-08)
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  • The changing role of the secretary and PA
    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 80 to 90 per hour 16th Sep 2009 Careers Centre Secretarial Courses The changing role of the secretary and PA Research recently conducted by Hemsley Fraser has identified a number of significant changes in the role of PAs and has found that the modern PA is now just as likely to be leading teams and managing projects as taking minutes and managing diaries Our survey found that over 47 of PAs had experienced a significant change in their role in the last 6 months This research is backed by a recent report by recruitment specialist Office Team that found that over 60 of PAs carry out more office management tasks than traditional secretarial duties with 71 regularly organising company events 64 organising conferences and 58 writing company reports The research confirms what we are seeing through working with PAs throughout Europe The gap between PAs and management roles has narrowed as managers embrace lap tops and email communication and take on more and more of the organisational and report writing tasks that traditionally would

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-4.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Essential tips to help you manage your time
    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 80 to 90 per hour 16th Sep 2009 Careers Centre Secretarial Courses Essential tips to help you manage your time If you need more than a few tips why not attend our practical and insightful Time Management for Office Professionals course and learn how to capture lost hours Click here to find out more link to course details Learn to say no If you re asked to do something that isn t your responsibility say no Explain that you would like to help but you re maxed out with your current workload Also don t let your boss or other colleagues force you into agreeing unrealistic deadlines Say no upfront explain why and agree a realistic timescale Then you won t end up missing deadlines and doing a poor job because you re rushed Don t get interrupted Interruptions are inevitable when you re at work However there are several ways you can reduce them If you find yourself being asked the same question again and again write a FAQ guide and hand it out to people when they ask you Try to anticipate questions before they are asked and make sure you have the information to hand Write a list Lists are a widely used method to planning time The real trick is making sure you keep it up to date The best thing to do is write the list last thing before you go home so you ll always start your working day efficiently Keep your list in sight so you keep on track with your daily objectives More haste less speed Yes it s an old saying but still highly relevant It is so easy to rush through jobs when you re under pressure But don t rush too much if your struggling to find time for the task in the first place how will you find the time to do it again Boss management OK so they are your manager but that doesn t mean you can t manage them a little too Prevent ad hoc interruptions and schedule a daily meeting so you can update them on what you re doing and ask them

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-6.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Essential tips to help you manage your Outlook
    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 80 to 90 per hour 16th Sep 2009 Careers Centre Secretarial Courses Essential tips to help you manage your Outlook Nearly everyone uses Outlook it s a great office tool But it does have the tendency of taking over your working day Read on for some great tips on how to manage Outlook without it managing you Don t get spammed do yourself a favour and remove your name from unwanted mailing lists Spam takes up time so get rid of it Break the habit if you re always getting emails from your manager and colleagues try to respond using other communication channels Emails may just be office habit so next time you get one pick up the phone to respond Schedule email time slots just as you would a meeting or conference call put two slots a day in your calendar for checking and dealing with your emails This way you won t keep stopping what you re working on to read your latest email

    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-7.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Courses available from Hemsley Fraser
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    Original URL path: http://www.clearlysecretarialjobs.co.uk/secarticle-5.html (2016-02-08)
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