How to land your dream job?
How to land your dream Job?
Finding a new job position is one thing, to find the job you have always dreamed about is another. It’s essential that you research potential new employers and gain insights into the organisations in order for you to make an informed decision towards the next step in your career.
Below are our 3 Gorilla Jobs tips for how you can land your dream job.
What is important to you in your next position?
At Gorilla Jobs, we always advise our job seekers to think about what they value the most in a job position. Maybe you prioritise location over salary or career opportunities over work-life balance. These decisions will have a significant impact on choosing the right position for yourself.
After evaluating these options you will find points which you will not compromise on and this will make it easier for Gorilla Jobs to present you with the right opportunities.
What are the essentials in your next working environment?
Choosing the right working environment could be as simple as whether it’s a family oriented organisation versus a well thought through training environment, or even a career driven corporate.
You also have to consider your future career path. Where will you go from the position you’re applying for? Is there much room for progression or will you have to look elsewhere to move up the career ladder?
Use your network to gain insights
After you’ve made a shortlist of organisations that you are most interested in, one of the most valuable things you can do is to talk to the people who work(ed) at that specific organisation.
They can give you information which may not have been disclosed by the potential employers and will help you to establish whether these companies are worth considering.
You can also use the information provided by our Recruitment Consultants, use your connections on social media or any other network which could link you to the organisations.
Our Recruitment Consultants at Gorilla Jobs are good at a lot of things, especially getting to know you and understanding what you really want to do. What sort of organisation do you respond to? If you don’t know, we’ll figure it out together. This is about you and what you want. We’ll help you get there.