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Spotlight Piece - Meet Jean (One of One Key Resources Recruiter)

16/09/2017

Meet Jean (One Key Recruiter)

Jean has been working for One Key Resources for over 4.5 years and is one of the longest servicing employees.

She is one of the Recruitment Consultant specialising in Critical Equipment Operators and Drill and Blast across QLD. Jean also specialises in bulk recruitment across QLD, NSW and WA.                                 

She has worked across different departments within the company such as On-Boarding and support to all departments. She has helped and contributed effective ways of improving the internal process and is activly doing so.

She is a very passionate, dedicated and driven young professional who is always willing to put her hands up for new challenges and opportunities.

"One Key Resources is a family-oriented company and we want you to be part of our family. My goal is to help you to secure your perfect job that will fit your lifestyle" Jean commented.

Jean had decided to share some of the most important tips on how to secure a job with One Key Resources.

 

Jean tips to getting a job with One Key Resources

 

First Impressions Count

·         Resume with detailed employment history:

Make sure you expand upon your experience with specific machinery, site-location, employment history (start and finish dates), whether you worked for a labour hire company or directly with the company itself.

·         Willingness on the phone

Ensure you have time to talk about the role when we contact you. If it is not the best time to chat, please let us know when we can call you back. We may think you are not interested in the role if you are rushing on the phone.

Responses to Recruiter

·         Call back

Please return our phone calls, text messages, emails or any other type of communication we send you. Our clients are very diligent with their feedback; make sure you are very attentive in the application process.

·         Sending documents

Documents such as IDs, trade certifications and licences are part of all of our client requirements. This means, we need to send this information with your application so you can be selected. Please inform us whether or not you are able to send this information on time.

·         Be in touch if your current situation changes

If you are not interested in a role that you applied to, please let us know. We can still consider you for future roles that may be more suitable.

Be Honest

·         Experience

Be clear and honest about the years/months of experience whether this is in mining, oil or gas or any type of similar industry. We also would like to know your actual experience with machinery. Remember that we have many roles with different clients, each with specific requirements. Some of them will suit you better.

·         Let us know if you are 100% interested

At the end of the day, we are there to secure you a role to fit your lifestyle and family commitments

·         We want you to be happy with the role

If you are given the choice of multiple available roles, be honest with your preferences.