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3 tips for your job hunt, using my CV and Cover Letter services.

Spring is only a few days away and I am sure many of us New Zealanders are ready for the sunshine!


With new flowers blossoming, so too are excellent jobs available in NZ's trusty job search advertisement platforms.


It is important to me that my clients enter their job search with confidence. This is why I have 3 tips for your Job hunt.

I am a trusted teacher who highlights your skills in a professional way!  I will develop your CV and Cover Letter for you.
I am a trusted teacher who highlights your skills in a professional way! I will develop your CV and Cover Letter for you.



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Tip #1: Apply for the ideal job anyway!

Tip #2: Purchase our professional CV and cover letter(s).

Tip #3: If you can, go and meet the manager.

 

Tip#1: Apply for the ideal job anyway!


Jumping into a new job can be hard. You may have lost your confidence from prior work environments or maybe it has been a long time since jumping back into the workforce. However! You may be the person this job requires so apply anyway. Who knows, you may end up receiving an interview!


Being a stay at home mum for many years or someone venturing out into full time work for the first time doesn't change what a manager is after. There are so many managers out there looking for a fresh take or someone with worldy knowledge in something else like managing a home. Maybe they need a womanly touch or someone with a traditional touch on the workforce. Regardless, try not let your self-doubt hold you back from applying for the job of your dreams.


Tip #2: Purchase our professional CV and cover letter(s).


Straight to the point. I know how to highlight your skills in a professional way. Many clients have walked away feeling good about their job hunt, knowing they have a professional CV and cover letter to use in their job applications.


I get to know you and your strengths and make sure they are showcased. New Zealanders struggle with celebrating their talents as we have learned to be laid back and modest, however because of my training as a qualified teacher, I have developed in promoting strengths and identifying a variety of skills. So, I can do this, confidently.


As you receive a chance to look over your CV and Cover Letter(s), you are able to add your own input so that you can feel confident using the CV and/or Cover Letter(s) in your job applications.


I look after my clients and have a great return rate, and many have received jobs as well.


Tip #3: If you can, go and meet the manager.


Many jobs require a people-person and can-do attitude. So, it can be of an advantage to you if you go and visit the manager, introduce yourself and say you are applying for the job at hand. This also allows for the manager to see the person beyond the paper application.


I have talked with many of my clients and their strengths are in speaking and communicating with others. So, visiting and introducing themselves to the manager has allowed them to showcase their biggest asset - their sparkling personality!



I will develop your CV and Cover Letter for you. Highlighting your skills in a professional way.
I will develop your CV and Cover Letter for you. Highlighting your skills in a professional way.


Give these 3 tips a go while you are applying for the job of your dreams.

I am here to develop your CV and Cover Letter(s) for you.


Tovah O'Neill Tovah's Tutoring Company Ltd Email info@tovahstutoring.co.nz Website www.tovahstutoring.co.nz Mobile 0274530411



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