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 In-Store Newspaper Distributer
Ref: BAS01
Job Details:
IN-STORE NEWSPAPER PROMOTIONAL STAFF - SHERINGHAM I am recruiting for Newspaper Promotional Staff to work in Sheringham, Norfolk.
Sectors: 3.5 T Driver
Location: Anglia-Norfolk
Salary: £8 per day

 Transport Administrator
Ref: cf2021
Job Details:
Transport Admin Monday to Friday 12.
Sectors: Coach Driver, Transport Supervisor
Location: Midlands-Warwickshire
Salary: £9.50 per hour

 DBS Cleaners wanted Hereford
Ref: DBSCLEHER
Job Details:
We are recruiting for cleaners that hold a current ADULT and CHILD workforce DBS for work in Hereford and the surrounding areas.
Sectors: Van Driver
Location: Midlands-Herefordshire
Salary: £7.83 to £9 per hour

 Prestige Service Advisor
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: SS150219
Job Details:
Motor Trade Jobs, Automotive Vacancies: Automotive Prestige Service Advisor Required in Southend, Essex Salary: £25,000 - £30,000 OTE (Dependent on experience) Term: Full Time, Permanent Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Service Advisor Required for Automotive Main Dealer - Service Advisor Jobs - Essex   Driven Motor Jobs have an exciting opportunity for one of their clients, a prestige dealership, who are looking for a Service Advisor to join their friendly team.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: Home Counties, Home Counties-Bedfordshire, Home Counties-Berkshire, Home Counties-Buckinghamshire, Home Counties-Essex, Home Counties-Hertfordshire, Home Counties-Kent
Salary: £25,000 to £30,000 per annum

 Service Technician
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: CBW1611
Job Details:
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Service Technician Required in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire   Salary: £22,000 - £24,000 plus Bonus Term: Full Time, Permanent Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Service Vehicle Technician Needed For Busy Franchised Main Dealer in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire Driven Motor Jobs are currently looking to recruit an experienced and fully qualified Service Vehicle Technician for a busy a productive Main Dealer Workshop.
Sectors: Commercial Vehicle Technician , Mechanic , Other Driving
Location: Anglia, Anglia-Cambridgeshire, Anglia-Norfolk, Anglia-Suffolk, Home Counties, Home Counties-Bedfordshire, Home Counties-Berkshire, Home Counties-Buckinghamshire, Home Counties-Essex, Home Counties-Hertfordshire, Home Counties-Kent
Salary: £22,000 to £24,000 per annum

 Used Car Sales Executive
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: CB170119
Job Details:
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Car Sales Executive Required in Sawston, Cambridgeshire.
Sectors: Commercial Vehicle Technician , Mechanic , Other Driving
Location: Anglia-Cambridgeshire
Salary: £30,000 to £40,000 per annum

 MOT Tester
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: NR111618
Job Details:
Motor Trade Job: Vehicle Technician - MOT Tester Jobs in Norwich, Norfolk Term: Full time, Permanent Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Fully Qualified MOT Tester Norwich, Norfolk Our client is currently looking to recruit a fully qualified and experienced MOT Tester for their busy Service Department.
Sectors: Commercial Vehicle Technician , Mechanic , Other Driving
Location: Anglia-Cambridgeshire, Anglia-Norfolk, Anglia-Suffolk, Home Counties
Salary: £22,000 to £25,000 per annum

 Service Advisor
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: NR161118
Job Details:
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Service Advisor - Service Reception - Aftersales Advisor Jobs in Norwich, Norfolk Salary: £21,000 Basic Plus Bonus  Term: Full Time, Permanent  Driven Motor Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Service Advisor Required For Vehicle Main Dealer - Norwich, Norfolk.
Sectors: Heavy Goods Vehicle Driver, HGV Drivers, Other Driving
Location: Anglia-Norfolk
Salary: £20,000 to £24,000 per annum

 General Sales Manager
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: CB152
Job Details:
Motor Trade General Sales Manager - Automotive Sales Manager - GSM -  Cambridge Motor Trade Jobs Salary:  £45,000 + OTE Company car Monday to Friday, 8.
Sectors: Depot Manager , Other Driving
Location: Anglia, Anglia-Cambridgeshire, Anglia-Norfolk, Anglia-Suffolk, Home Counties, Home Counties-Bedfordshire, Home Counties-Berkshire, Home Counties-Buckinghamshire, Home Counties-Essex, Home Counties-Hertfordshire, Home Counties-Kent
Salary: £45,000 per annum

 Cleaners x 6
Ref: cf2020
Job Details:
Local Rugby client has won new business therefore, heavily recruiting for qualified cleaners to go into local residential houses -  these can often be based some miles apart therefore, car owner, own transport necessary.
Sectors: Commercial Vehicle Technician
Location: Midlands-Warwickshire
Salary: £8.50 per hour

 
Interview Advice

Congratulations! You've got that all-important interview! It's understandable that you'll be nervous, but don't worry - the tips below will help you out.

Face-to-face interview
These can take place with one or many interviewers present. Make sure that you find out in advance how many people will be in the room. Sometimes you won't always be told in advance.

Before the interview

DO

  1. Research into the company. It'll look good if you ask them questions as well as answering them.
  2. Take a copy of your CV with you.
  3. Find out if you're expected to take any tests.
  4. Plan your responses - click here for Sample Interview Questions and Answers [add in hyperlink]
  5. Make a list of questions to ask about the role.
  6. Make sure that you know exactly where you are going, what time to arrive and who you are going to see. Check out roads and train routes in advance to allow yourself plenty of time.
  7. Dress appropriately.
  8. Plan ahead.

DON'T

  1. Leave preparation to the last minute.
  2. Panic if you get lost - keep calm, and call the company to let them know.

At the interview

DO

  1. Arrive at least 10 minutes early.
  2. Maintain a good posture - body language is everything!
  3. Maintain eye contact when speaking.
  4. Answer questions clearly - speaking too quickly can be seen as a sign of nervousness.
  5. Ask questions about the company; this shows that you've done your homework.
  6. Ask questions about the role - see the 'Sample Interview Questions and Answers' section.
  7. If you have to take a test, don't rush it. Take your time.


DON'T

  1. Arrive late without an explanation.
  2. Avoid eye contact.
  3. Speak negatively about your current/previous employer.
  4. Forget to thank the interviewer for their time.

After the interview
If you were sent by an agency, actively seek feedback from them. If the feedback is negative, you can use this to improve for your next interview. If you applied for the job independently, the interviewer will probably have given you a time-frame in which to expect a decision. If you don't hear anything back, make a point of calling to ask for their feedback.


Telephone Interview
Some companies may wish to have a telephone interview before they meet you in person. You will be told in advance the nature of the interview (technical, general chat etc).

Before the interview

DO

  1. Prepare thoroughly! Make sure that you have all the relevant information with you - including your CV and pen and paper.
  2. Find a room where you are not likely to be interrupted.
  3. Have a glass of water handy in case your mouth dries up!
  4. Switch off your mobile phone if you're taking the call on a landline. You don't want your mobile ringing half-way through the interview.

DON'T

  1. Sit where anyone can hear you (if you're at work).
  2. Forget your preparation.

During the interview

DO

  1. Listen to and answer each question carefully.
  2. Make notes and tape-record if you wish.
  3. Give short and precise answers.
  4. Ask the interviewer any questions you may have.
  5. Give a strong finish to strengthen your chances of a face-to-face interview.

DON'T

  1. Interrupt the interviewer.
  2. Pause for too long.
  3. Make any loud noises.
  4. Try and do anything else while talking!

The second interview
If your first interview was successful then you may be called back for a second one.

The people present in the second interview will vary depending on who interviewed you first time around. It could be a manager higher up the chain, or it could be someone from HR. Whoever it is, you'll need to be prepared to answer tougher questions.

Remember that a second interview is not necessarily a definite indication that you have secured the job - it's another chance to impress.



 
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