Job hunting tips

Graduating from tertiary not only represents the end of a chapter in your life but also the

beginning of a world of possibilities. It can be an overwhelming experience having a task of job

hunting after graduation or way after you have graduated.


Looking to start a new job, but still feel swamped with the many job sites available? Don't know

the right job site to search for a job in? its ok, we have got you covered. Below is a list of job

boards in South Africa you can check out:

Pnet | Best Jobs | Career Jet | Job Mail | Indeed | Job Space | Puff & Pass | Career Junction | Info Desk

TIPS FOR JOB SEEKERS

1.PREPARING A CV

Produce a two-to-three pager with the first page giving three key skills, good communication skills,

interpersonal skills, etc this needs to be an advantage to an employer. Give biological details briefly.

Remember to list key experiences. Don't forget to include our contact details both email address and Tel

number/s.

2.PREPARING FOR A JOB INTERVIEW

Research the company and who is who and what they do, think about what you have to offer and rehearse

saying it with confidence, identify key skills of the values to the company and show ambition.

3.ADVANCE ON WHAT TO DO IN THE INTERVIEW

Practice introducing yourself and what you want to say, listen to questions and answer clearly without

unnecessary details, be observant about who you are talking to, bearing in mind cultural diversity, check

your body language, make sure you can be heard, be on time preferably early and lastly dress neatly.

If you need more assistance on drafting your cv, interview tips, and career coaching sessions kindly send an email to alumni@rosebankollege.co.za or LoveMyFuture@rosebankcollege.co.za. For IIE Rosebank College vacancies visit Jobs at Rosebank College (simplify.hr).



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