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How to Get a Job Through a Recruitment Agency

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01. Send us your curriculum vitae.

Hiring boardSend us your curriculum vitae.

Whether you're applying for a specific post that the agency is advertising for, or you're simply looking to see what your possibilities are, you'll need to submit your CV.

If you need some assistance getting it ready to impress, we have a fantastic guide that will take you in the right path.

Whether you're still not sure if your CV is on track, consider sending it to a service that provides free CV reviews. To maximize your chances of success, we suggest applying to at least two or three agencies.


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02. Meeting with the agency

Hiring boardMeeting with the agency

As previously said, every reputable recruiting firm will want to meet with you before pitching you to prospective companies. As a result, handle this like any other job interview: dress well, prepare responses to critical questions, and maintain a professional demeanor at all times.

They may not be the employer, but they have a lot of influence on who gets the job, therefore you need them on your side! If you give off negative signals to the recruiter, they will interpret this as the same vibe you would give off to employers, which means they are unlikely to invest much effort into assisting you since it will be difficult to plead your case.

Use this interview to establish a rapport with the recruiter and ask questions regarding the position. Even if you don't win the job, you'll convey the idea that you're engaged in your career and maybe prioritized for future interviews.


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03. Interview with the potential employer

Hiring boardInterview with the potential employer

If the agency believes you are a good fit for a certain post, they will recommend you for an interview with the prospective employer.

Again, approach this like any other interview, and be well prepared! There's a possibility you'll acquire a number of assignments set up in a short period of time, so be careful not to mix up firms or positions, since this might reflect poorly on both you and the recruiter.

Take the time to prepare responses to the most typical interview questions, and extensively investigate the organization ahead of time.


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04. Await the employment offer.

Hiring boardAwait the employment offer.

Hopefully, the next step will be a job offer! The agency will usually contact you to let you know whether or not you have been accepted, and they will also organize all of the logistics, such as your start date. If pay discussions are required, they will also function as a go-between.

If you don't succeed, try not to let it discourage you too much. Ask the recruiter if they have any comments for you (since there is a middleman involved, it is easier to receive some actual responses), and then get back on the horse!



05. Never be frightened to pursue the recruiter!

Hiring boardNever be frightened to pursue the recruiter!

If you upload your CV and do not get a response, send them an email or call them to ask if they need anything further from you. Sure, recruiters are busy, but this is their job, so don't make them wait.

The same is true for interviews. If you don't hear back from the recruiter or the company after an interview, contact the recruiter within a few days to assess the problem.

And, whether you're successful or not, always get feedback from interviews — you have the right to know your strengths and faults in any case, so you may learn from them.


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06. Relax

Hiring boardRelax

Relax! It's easier said than done, but you'll do much better if you attempt to relax and enjoy the process.

Before going to your interview with the company, use the recruiter interview as a practice run, and maybe even ask the recruiter if they have any advice. You can do it!

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