In order to successfully match the employee to the employer, the agency sees studying the needs of the employer and the wishes of the employee as its main goal, to which several processes run parallel:
- Personal meetings and close guidance, while carrying out a methodical process of locating employees from different countries around the globe.
- Arrangement of personal and professional meetings between the employee and representatives of our agency, together with personal guidance throughout this process.
- Counseling in various fields throughout the process, together with counseling in fields of placement and being hired for a job.
- Emphasis on the joint interests of the employee and the agency, which is the reason for our obligation to act as the linking, supporting and guiding element throughout the process.
We have accumulated a lot of experience in this field, and conduct our activity according to the model of tailored search and recruitment.
Guidelines for writing a CV
The curriculum vitae, or CV, has tremendous importance, since it is on the basis of this document that the potential employer decides whether or not to invite you, the candidate, to a job interview.
The CV is your calling card, and it creates the first impression which you make.
Below are several important rules for writing a good CV:
Remember that a CV is an important marketing tool in the process of searching for work.
The CV must meet the potential employer's expectations and to carry you through to the next stage of the process.
State the title of the desired position in the beginning of the CV.
Make your CV organized, well-phrased and convenient to read.
Send out your CV in printed form only. Send it as a WORD file, without tables, photographs or logos.
A CV has to be focused and concise. Avoid anything that can be tiresome to the reader or cause hindrance or technical problems.
List at the top of the page your personal and contact details – first name, last name, town, e-mail address and an up-to-date telephone number.
Write your professional experience in reverse chronological order – from your current employer backward.
Emphasize (in words) your professional experience and qualifications that are relevant to the desired position.
If searching for work while employed, describe your current workplace in an indirect, yet interesting way ("a leading criminal defense law office" rather than "a law office in Tel-Aviv").
Education is very important, so make sure to describe your education in detail, including the academic institution from which you received your degree(s), the date of completion of studies, citations, prizes, scholarships, and so on.
Describe your military service in brief (unless your position during your military service is relevant to the desired job, in which case it has to be described in detail).
Mention the languages in which you are proficient, as well as your level of proficiency in each of them.
You do not need to list your hobbies.
State at the foot of the CV, "References available upon request". Naturally, you need to choose several reliable referees, in case references are indeed requested.
Finally, your CV must contain truthful information only.