Professionally written resumes and cover letters that are tailored for the Australian job market are paramount for gaining interviews, and can be difficult for foreign nationals, especially those whose first language is not English.
Brisbane, Australia (PRWEB) August 4, 2008
An outdoor lifestyle, enviable weather and fewer crowds all combine to make Australia the perfect escape, and ideal location to enjoy life and raise a family. For this reason, Australia is becoming increasing popular as a migration destination for couples and families from all over the world, in particular, UK residents.
However foreign nationals who apply for a job in Australia often don't even make it to the interview stage because their resume lets them down, according to Nab That Job director, Nadine Myers.
"Australian employers see so many resumes from job seekers, in particular from migrants, who are clearly talented in their field, however they often end up at the bottom of the pile due to their poor written presentation," Ms Myers said.
Due to witnessing the struggles that migrant's to Australia face, Ms Myers has decided to take a hands-on approach, and will travelling around the globe to assist foreigners to better prepare themselves to successfully land their dream job in Australia.
Ms Myers will be conducting workshops and consultation sessions for people who are wanting to immigrate to Australia, in the UK throughout September, Canada through October and November, and South Africa during December and January 2009.
The workshops will teach clients how to uncover Australia's "hidden job market", write a successful resume from start to finish and provide tips on applying for jobs in the Australian job market.
Clients will receive a Resume Writing Kit which includes a Resume Writing Workbook, Templates, Cover Letter Writing Hints and Job Application guidance for Australia with key contacts and links to ensure their success.
"My website,consultation services and workshops are designed to teach foreign job hunters how to effectively market themselves, by providing high-impact, tailored resumes that achieve the desired results, i.e., an interview for that dream job."
"Professionally written resumes and cover letters that are tailored for the Australian job market are paramount for gaining interviews, and can be difficult for foreign nationals, especially those whose first language is not English."
Ms Myers said clients who want a career change can also be assisted in fine-tuning their career goals, and tailoring their resume to the market they wish to appeal to. The service also provides information for those who need to be licensed by an Australian regulatory body to practice in a particular field.
With ten years Australian and international HR and Recruitment experience, Ms Myers is well placed to assist candidates to attain the position they're seeking. She has a Degree in Business and further studies towards a Post Graduate Diploma in Organisational Behaviour/Psychology.
"I love working with clients to accomplish their goals, and I find it very rewarding to see them achieve their dream job in Australia," said Ms Myers. "Nab That Job gives people the edge in finding employment through proven simple and effective techniques. You only get one opportunity to make an impression on an employer. Nab That Job offers a chance to have your true value recognised."
The workshops will be held in six countries and 13 cities around the world from July 2008 to March 2009.
For more information, please contact:
Nab That Job
P: 0415 977 743
E: nadine @ nabthatjob.com