Last week, our Managing Director, Dave Capper gave a presentation at the Dublin Aviation Summit for aspiring students looking to make their way into the aviation industry. The talk covered all aspects of the recruitment process, from where to start your job search, how to utilise social media, how to make your CV stand out from the crowd and how to impress in an interview. If you missed our talk and would like to download a guide on making your CV stand out from the crowd, simply click here. Alternatively you can next catch us at EBACE from the 29th – 31st May where we will be hosting a CV surgery at designated times (as below.) Simply bring your CV along and our expert team will be happy to run through it to give you some pointers on improving it.  

 

Tuesday 29th May

16.00 – 18.00  

Wednesday 30th May

9.00 – 11.00

16.00 – 18.00  

Thursday 31st May

9.00 – 11.00  

 

Our presentation days are all part of our mission to connect as many jobseekers in the career of their dreams as possible, and to provide guidance and support to all would-be and qualified professionals in the journey of their career. If you believe that your business or organisation would benefit from us hosting a talk, simply get in touch here and let us know!

Our mission is to connect as many jobseekers in the career of their dreams as possible, and to provide guidance and support to all would-be and qualified professionals in the journey of their career.

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