The best way to ensure you are considered for any new jobs becoming available is to be registered with Staff Finders as available for work. It is a simple process which can be completed on line or in our offices in Baker Street, Hull, or Laneham Street, Scunthorpe, where our team can assist.
We are dedicated to finding a role suitable to our candidates and always seek to understand where people are at when they register with us and use that to try and identify roles for them. If you are on our database, you will be considered for roles suitable to your skills and qualifications as and when they arise. Register your details with us today.
Our team at Staff Finders promote the jobs we are recruiting for on Indeed, on our own vacancies page on our website and on Facebook, where you can directly message our team about jobs you are interested in. Make sure you visit these pages on a regular basis as they update on a day to day basis and can lead to many applications being submitted. If you follow us on Facebook you will see our updates. As many jobs are requiring immediate starts, it is important to send your application as soon as possible and be aware as soon as we post new jobs.
This may seem obvious, but providing simple details such as a phone number which you are always available on, and an email address, are essential and are something many people miss off.
Our team can often receive many applications for the jobs we are recruiting for from people who are not already registered with us, and without details of being provided of previous work history or a CV.
You will certainly be at a disadvantage if you cannot provide such information and others who are applying do, so get this detail together and updated so that you can provide it as soon as jobs are advertised.
When you are registered with us at Staff Finders, our team will call you when an opportunity arises, and that can mean calls to work later that same day for one of our clients.
That means you need to be ready and willing to take up opportunities as and when they arrive, as many positions may be part-time or only for a few days at first, but they can often lead to longer, more permanent roles, especially for those who impress.
Taking on positions offered to you also builds up your experience in a variety of roles, which only helps going forward when applying for other jobs and positions.
When a work placement comes to an end it is an opportunity to learn what you did well and areas in which you can improve. We ask for feedback from the employers we support to find out key details such as whether our candidates were punctual and good workers, or where they can improve. This helps us give you direct feedback to help you constantly develop and ensure you are best placed for when the next job opportunity arises.
Want more information on the recruitment process? Call our team 01482 211000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org