Monthly Archives: September 2013

My Job! Childcare.

Clare Burgess talks to Laura Wood, owner and manager of Humpty Dumpty’s Kindergarden in Taverham, about what it is like to work in the childcare industry. Why is it a good profession to get into? Working in the childcare industry … Continue reading

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Psychometric testing- what you need to know.

Following on from our previous posts; ‘top tips for telephone interviews’ and ‘3 top tips for group interviews’, jobs24 have created a guide on how to complete psychometric tests. There are two main types of psychometric testing: personality tests which assess … Continue reading

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My Job – Catering manager

Lisa Bidwell owns Truly Scrumptious – an outside catering business that specialises in delivering lunches to hungry workers and producing fantastic business lunches for meetings. She spoke to Fiona Muller about her early starts. Why is it a good profession … Continue reading

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My Job: Graphic designer

Norwich has a diverse and growing creative sector. Bobby Burrage, executive creative director of The Click Design Consultants, talks to Jobs24 about what it is like to be a graphic designer. Why is it a good profession to get into? … Continue reading

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Job application checks – What could you be asked to provide?

Have you ever filled in an application form and asked ‘why does my employer need this information?’ Sometimes filling in a job application can make us feel like we are listing every detail about our lives for somebody to pick … Continue reading

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My Job: Chef

Sarah Paterson talks to Adam Bateman, head chef at Tatlers Bar and Restaurant in Norwich about what it takes to make it as a chef and his passion for producing great food. Why is it a good profession to get … Continue reading

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3 top tips for group interviews

1) Use your fellow interviewees. By cross referencing and building on a point another applicant has made you are showing that you’re able to listen, think quickly and work with other team members. However, be careful: don’t speak for the … Continue reading

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