Tuesday, 28 March 2017


Just added Solar Jobs! The job board for Solar Experts.

As part of our partenering with GreenJobs this week we have started to add there network of specilist job boards to bring you even more active reults. 








About 

Solar Jobs is a specialist job board that focuses on jobs and careers in the Solar industry sector both in the United Kingdom and globally. Each month we promote hundreds of job postings across a variety of sectors including environmental jobs, environment jobs, renewable energy jobs and renewable jobs.


Part 36 of our job searching tips. (Improve your chances)


SHARE YOUR CONTACTS WITH OTHER JOB-SEEKERS.
What goes around comes around. By sharing your contacts with friends who are looking you will be helping yourself as they are more likely to do the same to you. It’s also good for the soul to give rather than concentrate on your own life all the time!

It’s all about the networking!


Monday, 27 March 2017

Part 35 of our job searching tips. (Improve your chances)

GET A JOB-SEEKING BUDDY.
As with dieting and getting out of debt, it can really help to have someone with whom to search for work. You can look over each other’s CVs, help each other with interview skills and generally encourage each other. Make sure you’re choose someone positive and who isn’t afraid to be honest with you.

Set some time aside to meet up. Treat it like a business meeting, make an agenda of what you want to achieve, it’s not just an excuse to have a coffee together. Summaries what you have achieved, what jobs you have applied for, analysis the good and bad, share tips. 


Tuesday, 21 March 2017


JobMagpie Partners with GreenJobs to bring you even more active reults. 

As part of our ongoing programe to aggrigate as many job baords as we can we have partenered with Green Jobs. Your serach reslts will now includ etheir active jobs, and you can still use our great advanced serach features and even and email alerts will include their postings.





About GreenJobs

We are a specialist job board that focuses on jobs and careers in the green industry sector both in the United Kingdom and globally. Each month we promote hundreds of job postings across a variety of sectors including environmental jobs, environment jobs, renewable energy jobs and renewable jobs.

For Jobseekers

Each month thousands of highly qualified active and passive professionals use our job board as it has been designed to be user friendly and intuitive for the jobseeker to use, and provides them with the widest choice of suitable vacancies and the best possible functionality. Our job search functionality allows candidates to specify the exact type of role that they are interested in finding out more about as they can narrow their job search criteria by job title, job type, job sector, job category, salary, education level and location. When a candidate registers with GreenJobs they are given access to a free candidate management system. This allows the candidate to upload and edit their CV, set up job alerts by email that immediately notifies them of suitable job opportunities, add jobs to a wish list and track all the applications that they have made to suitable job postings. 
Part 34 of our job searching tips. (Other options)

BE WILLING TO MOVE COUNTRY.

It may be a big move, but given current economic situation there are going to be many people looking to do the same thing over the next few years – especially new graduates who can’t find positions.


Teaching a language is always a popular option but if you’ve got skills and ambition there are so many other options. Check out the plethora of ‘jobs abroad’ sites on Google and on job boards. 

It’s amazing what’s out there. If you’d just like to get away for a short time, check out Gap Year for Adults which has ideas for jobs, travel and general fun on a year off abroad.


Monday, 20 March 2017

Part 33 of our job searching tips. (Other options)

DO AN INTERNSHIP.

Although not for everyone doing, an internship can be a great way of learning new skills and changing career fields. Don’t be put off by age, no all interns are school leavers or graduates, many companies will appreciate experience.

Don’t allow yourself to become slave labour, of course, but do get the most training out of it that you can. Also, spend your time networking with people in the office.


Have a look at the Government’s Graduate Talent Pool website for opportunities, or think about contacting companies directly to see if they have opportunities.

 It might seem unproductive, or even a step backwards if you’ve been in employment for some time, but it could be the crucial step to getting paid employment – it’s a foot in the door! 


Sunday, 19 March 2017

Part 32 of our job searching tips. (Other options) 

VOLUNTEER.

If you have time on your hands, why not use it for good by becoming a local volunteer? You could work for a charity or visit elderly people or help at a local school.

Whatever you do you will be getting out there, keeping busy, and learning new skills. It will do wonders for your CV. You also never know who you might meet and who could point you in the direction of a job.


It’s all part of networking. Make sure you talk to everyone about what sort of job you are looking for.