RECENT weeks have seen a number of positive developments within the employment market, according to finance recruitment specialist Sellick Partnership Chester.
There has been an increased demand for finance professionals on a temporary and permanent basis across the region. With these new opportunities emerging, jobseekers are urged to invest more time in the recruitment process to ensure they possess the relevant qualities when making applications.
As employers start to look at the long term when considering their recruitment strategy, they are being much more specific about their future requirements, ensuring that they get the best person for the job in terms of skill set and personality fit. It is advised that those applicants who do not consider their suitability when making applications will set themselves back in their application process and may struggle to secure their next career move.
Jo Sellick, managing director, said: “We are finding that employers are being much more definitive about their requirements – the job specifications that we are receiving are lengthier and more in depth than ever before.
“Employers are really investing the time to ensure that they get the right candidate for the job the first time around.
“Candidates need to ensure that they invest time in their job search and really consider their suitability to the role – ensuring that their previous experiences, qualifications and personal attributes are in keeping with the job specification.”