Just because the weather is warmer does not mean that professionalism should take a vacation. Vicky Oliver, author of The Millionaire’s Handbook: How to Look and Act Like a Millionaire, Even If You’re Not, offers these suggestions for showing potential employers that you’re ready to work in any season:
We know many of you are seeking a new (or better) job, so to help you uncover valuable opportunities, we'll be spotlighting a job of the week. This week, we’re featuring an opportunity for an assistant to the president at The National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC), a growing organization of 1,400 member companies.
Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, this position involves project management and other business skills to assist the President/CEO and COO in effectively running the association.
While job candidates often spend a great deal of time worrying about how they appear to interviewers, smart applicants should realize that the selection process begins way before the formal conversation. As this article notes, treating an administrative assistant correctly could be the difference between a job offer and a pass.
As a time-saving measure, many employers are screening potential candidates by phone before deciding who to bring in for a face-to-face interview. As this article notes, job seekers need to be ready to make the most of such an opportunity by treating this conversation with the same seriousness as they would an in-office interview. Make the hirer want to get to know you better later by doing the following now:
We know many of you are seeking a new (or better) job, so to help you uncover valuable opportunities, we'll be spotlighting a job of the week. This week, we’re featuring an opportunity for a business development coordinator at the University of Cincinnati.
Located in Blue Ash, Ohio, the position is with the Center for Corporate Learning, which specializes in providing customized training and development services to the business community.