If you’re looking for work and in need of an extra resource to help you find that perfect role, a recruiter is usually the best option to achieve this. Specifically, within the education sector, education recruitment specialists are a very important resource to use in order to avoid endless hours of searching, applying and interviewing for no real outcome. Edutemps’ Education recruitment department helps job seekers find long-term as well as temporary positions within different and wide-ranging organisations including universities, TAFE’s, private colleges, and private business training programs.
Often within Education Recruitment, a recruiter may reach out to you, this means they have found your profile and resume to suit a particular role they are looking to fill and they are looking to see if you would be interested.
When working with a recruiter, you will gain more insight into the current market and how to navigate this to find the best role at the best time. It is a different process to a solo job-hunt, particularly within education recruitment as the market is so versatile, and includes many specialties- so here are a few things to expect when working with a recruiter from Edutemps.
1. Market insights
A solo job hunt can provide you with an indication of the sort of roles available at the time you’re looking, however nothing will give you real insider knowledge on the market like working with a recruiter. Edutemps are education recruitment specialists which means when searching in the education sector there isn’t a more specialised resource to go to for the perfect role.
Edutemps recruitment team have an extensive range of hands-on experience working in the education & training sector which gives you a deep understanding of the sector’s requirements, update you on skills and qualifications that may be required and provide information on a realistic salary range.
2. Human interaction
Often, when large companies choose to recruit using their own staff instead of outsourcing to education recruitment specialists like Edutemps, they utilise applicant tracking systems which streamlines the process and can cut a job-seekers chances of getting the role by up to 50 percent. This process also takes away a large part of the human interaction within the education recruitment process that is so vital when choosing the perfect candidate and placing the perfect candidate in the role. This makes working with a recruiter largely more beneficial in the current education recruitment market, as these systems aren’t used by recruiters and if you have been headhunted by a recruiter you have already bypassed this system putting you in good stead to be seen by the company.
3. Professional advice
When working with a recruiter it can almost be guaranteed that; your interview skills, knowledge of what to expect from the interview, salary expectations and how to showcase your particular skillset, will be improved. Particularly when working with Edutemps, because we are education recruitment specialists, you will be working with a team that have been successful in embedding teams for large-scale projects in TAFEs, Universities, colleges and NFPs for several years.
Working with a recruiter, within education recruitment, will mean receiving professional advice on your current expectations, whether they are realistic, where your particular skillset would be most valued and utilised for the right amount of money and what the market is looking for at the current time.
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