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Looking For a Job? The 4 Steps of the Job Search Process

When you apply for your next job, will you prioritise your dream company or your dream role?

Search for jobs 

Find jobs by checking job vacancy and recruitment websites, government, council and industry organisation websites, social media, professional and industry journals, and by going to career expos or promoting yourself at industry networking events.


One of the best ways to do this is to use the SMART technique, which makes sure you are focusing on the correct tasks, not wasting any time and setting targets that are measurable. Once you have a job in mind you can compare the job specification to your experience and prepare the necessary documents


This is probably going to be the most time-consuming stage, where you start searching and applying for jobs. A lot of companies will have a dedicated website for hiring new employees, but remember to think about less direct routes into working for a company. Connect with employers and recruiters


It’s important to stay organised during your job search, as the chances are you will be contacting more than one company at once. Start your preparation for interviews as early as possible, and think about how you will answer those all-important interview questions. Research the company