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  • Six Ideas to Help Ex-Military Find a Career/Job | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    should be up to date and include your education and certifications When identifying your past work experience incorporate BOTH leadership responsibilities and job specific technical duties Get a suit It does not have to be the nicest suit in the world If you cannot afford one 2nd hand shops are a good source or borrow one You can never overdress for an interview NEVER Wear a suit Join local civic social and or non profit organizations Volunteer and participate in local organizations Examples are Royal British Legion SSAFA Lion s Club or other non profit group in the community This is a great way to network and build additional skills and when if a paid position opens up for one of these organizations you are a possible shoe in Get a better education The better your education the better your chances of getting the job There are many levels of education tech school certifications associates bachelors masters and doctorate degrees Degrees are more common than ever If you want to stay competitive you need a degree the higher degree the better Use your ELC s to gain more qualifications and while you are still serving try and get as many qualifications you can but make sure that you get the civilian qualifications at the end of it Networking This is a must Get out of the house and meet like minded people as trying to find a job can be very lonely and can get you down Internet groups and discussion boards Job Fairs Career Centers Google it It will be worth it These are a few idea s and not the be all and end all there are other ways you can increase your chances in this competitive world but one of the best ways of finding a new

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/2014/02/24/six-ideas-to-help-ex-military-find-a-careerjob/ (2016-02-15)
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  • You’ve just been made redundant – What Next? | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    Employment Association and so on Make use of them They are there to help you You have the likes of Twitter LinkedIn and Facebook which can help you search for jobs as well as connect with the ex military community and the vast support network that it can offer So far so good Something else you ll recognise The Rule of P s still applies Start your preparations as soon as you can If possible try to work out what career you d like to go into before you leave so you can use your training opportunities to full effect Prepare for your job search Some Services roles require knowledge and skills that have obvious counterparts in the civilian world Telecomms Logistics Engineering and so on Other roles may be similar to civilian ones but it won t be obvious And job titles can be misleading so do a bit of research and you ll see many more opportunities out there You ll need to translate your Services training experience and knowledge into something a civilian employer can appreciate and understand you ll have explain exactly what it is you have to offer them and how it can be useful For example your ability to be flexible quick thinking and create professional working relationships will help you succeed in many civilian employment sectors Sales Training and Development and General Management to name a few Of course the CTP and RFEA and others will be able to help you with some of these challenges However it is highly recommended that you register with one of the specialist ex military recruitment agencies like Ex Mil Recruitment The average civilian employment agency doesn t know how to sell you and your skills to the right employer because they lack the knowledge and understanding

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/2012/07/04/youve-just-been-made-redundant-what-next/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Job Seeking Advice | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    s normal to be anxious before an interview but proper preparation is a great way to calm your nerves One way to prepare is by investigating your potential employer and a lot of your research can be done online Before Continued The Resignation Process May 17 2012 By ExMil Although finding your new job can be hard it is easy to underestimate how difficult it can be to resign from your old one Remember it is always best where possible to leave a company on good terms Many companies Continued Application Forms May 3 2012 By ExMil The Application Form provides Prospective employers with facts they need to know about you in brief easy to read format The impression you are well organised and serious enough about getting the job to have put some thought into it Continued Interview Dress Code April 6 2012 By ExMil The first impression you make on a potential employer is the most important one The first judgement an interviewer makes is going to be based on how you look and what you are wearing You will want that first impression Continued Preparation for Interview Questions April 6 2012 By ExMil You should prepare for questions Practise questions and answers with a partner or friend to help increase your self confidence Some commonly encountered include Where does your main experience lie What are were the main responsibilities of your current Continued The Interview April 6 2012 By ExMil So you ve secured yourself an interview how can you ensure you have the best chance to secure the vacancy if you want it Be sure that you know exactly what job you are being interviewed for including the salary Continued CV Guide April 6 2012 By ExMil Submitting a CV is the basic method of applying

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/category/job-seeking-advice/page/2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Newsletter | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    hope you ve got a great time planned What a great time to turn attention to the Continued Ex Mil Newsletter 2 July 2015 July 2 2015 By ExMiAdmin Hi folks The media tells us that it is rather warm outside so we are sure we don t need to ask you to keep an eye on those around you who may be suffering We hope that all who took Continued Ex Mil Newsletter 18 June 2015 June 18 2015 By ExMil Hi Folks In just over a week Armed Forces Day will roll around again Armed Forces Day celebrations begin on Monday 22 June when the Armed Forces Day flag is raised on buildings and famous landmarks around the country while Reserves Day on Wednesday 24 Continued Ex Mil Newsletter 4 June 2015 June 4 2015 By ExMiAdmin Hi Folks According to a recent report in the Telegraph record numbers of serving military personnel are unhappy and want to leave As defence cuts and job insecurity take their toll we can t help but wonder where it all went Continued Ex Mil Newsletter 21 May 2015 May 21 2015 By ExMil Hi Folks In all the post election buzz it was sadly too easy to miss the wonderful celebrations that took place to mark the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory in Europe With the military potential facing further cuts what a Continued Ex Mil Newsletter 7 May 2015 May 7 2015 By ExMil Hi Folks The election means that the news is somewhat one note at the minute so we re going to steer well clear of that for now Instead here s an interesting news article that pinged up on our radar recently on how Continued Ex Mil Newsletter 23 April 2015 April 23 2015 By ExMil

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/category/newsletter/page/2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • An appeal from Forces Support | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    up while a family grieves Watch this short clip to see the difference our support made to the family of Lee Rigby who you ll remember was tragically murdered in our streets just over a year ago We are the only UK charity providing this type of support We have just 2 professional builders and 2 maintenance men a CEO and an admin assistant and we have provided national support throughout England Scotland and Wales for approximately two years supporting almost 100 families As word of our work has spread from the families we have helped we have been swamped with applications and have over 50 families waiting for our support Our waiting list is now 6 7 months long We desperately need financial support to expand our staff and support teams A one off donation allows us to help a family today and that s great please make a donation using our form Or donate online at www justgiving com forcessupportcharity But as little as 4 a month can help us make a huge difference to the families we help If you want to help us to support more families tomorrow next week next month and in the years

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/2014/06/11/an-appeal-from-forces-support/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ex-Services Personnel and Transition | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    My name s Ali Alistair I m a psychotherapist researching into ex services personnel and transition I want these interviews to be an opportunity to hear from you about what your transition was like and what can be done to better improve the services around you If you are interested and would like to hear more about the logistics please feel welcome to contact me either by phone or by

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/2014/05/17/ex-services-personnel-and-transition/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Appeal for Rugby Boots | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    who train and play on Saturday Sunday mornings Over a period of a week during the season we have upwards of 200 players either training or actively involved in matches We are hoping to get a junior boys team going for the start of the next season from November as we now have managed to generate significant interest through the success of the girls teams in local competitions Thanks to previous donations of kit from various entities in the UK but especially Rugby Clubs in the Nottingham area I am overflowing with Rugby tops however my main problem area is a shortage of proper footwear for players of all ages hence this appeal My last trip to UK for Easter produced 22 pairs of Junior sizes 4 7 which will be handed out in the next few days however I didn t manage to get anything so far for the senior Men s and Ladies teams When you look in your kit bags come August and decide you want to buy a new pair of boots don t throw your old ones in the bin Put them in the post to JC and I will collect them from Maidenhead when

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/2014/05/13/appeal-for-rugby-boots/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Sapperfest 2014 | The Ex-Mil Recruitment Blog
    camaraderie bratties singing swamping buying stuff old mates new mates oh and a few bevvies See the Sapperfest 2014 Facebook page for more details One Response to Sapperfest 2014 David meacher July 15 2014 Need date for next year Plus suggestions of where to stay Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email will not be published required Website Comment Follow Us Recent Posts Newsletter 11

    Original URL path: https://www.ex-mil.co.uk/blog/2014/06/24/sapperfest-2014/ (2016-02-15)
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