Getting seasonal Job Ready with Futures
Many companies have started advertising temporary vacancies for the Christmas and New Year period. There’s a huge variety of work available, whether you’re looking to work in a customer-facing role, such as those in retail or food and drink, or prefer something behind-the-scenes, like warehouse work or driving.
Seasonal jobs are a great option for people at all stages of life, as they offer an opportunity to get to know the environment and learn new skills to take your job search further in the new year. Some employers offer longer-term contracts to seasonal staff who really impress during a temporary contract, so a Christmas job may even be the door to long-term employment.
Temporary roles can be a good choice for those who have recently been made redundant and who are looking for a short-term solution, as well as for younger people who may be looking to boost their CV and earn some extra spending money at the same time. Whatever the reasons behind your interest in seasonal opportunities, we can help you to get ready to secure that role.
Our advisers can help you through every part of your job search, including:
- Discovering what type of job you would like and be good at based on your skills
- Showing you where to look to find jobs relevant to you
- Supporting you to update or create a CV that will stand out for all the right reasons
- Supporting you to complete applications online and off
- Practicing interview techniques and helping you to prepare answers for questions you find difficult to answer
- Supporting you whether your application is successful or if your job search needs to continue
We offer a wide range of options to start your journey with us. You can upload your CV for us to look at, or you can ring up and make an appointment, drop into one of our centres, text us or fill in thecontact form on our website. However you decide to get in touch, we guarantee a friendly, supportive service that is tailored to suit you.
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