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Maybe your CV is a little dusty or maybe you’re looking for an entry level mining job. If you’re serious about landing a job in the mines, then you need to be on top of your game to make sure your CV gets noticed and that you make that all-important good first impression at an interview. And for those that have the much-sought after trade experience, take it from us, it doesn’t guarantee you the job.
So, here’s our check-list of how to make sure you’re putting your best foot forward as you embark on applying for a job in the mines.
Let’s start with your CV.
Getting through the first stage.
The most important thing on your CV is your experience, your qualifications and tickets. It’s the first thing a recruiter or the HR teams will scan for as they sift through the hundreds, of CV’s. What you write here can be the make or break of your chance to move to the next stage. So, make sure to:
Top Tip: Call a recruitment company or the prospective mining company to check what experience, qualification or tickets are expected before you apply.
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Standing out from the rest.
Top tip: Make sure you follow up on the CV’s you send. And if you’re rejected, don’t be afraid to ask why so as you can address these points for your next application.
Are you the ‘right’ person for the job?
Interviews are all about trying to establish if you’re the ‘right’ person for the job. And by ‘right’ we mean, your fit into the company culture and into the world of mining. The key to success in an interview is PREPARATION.
Securing a job in mining.
Applying for jobs in the incredibly competitive mining industry is not easy and there’s no guarantees of success, even if you do have the all-important ‘in-demand’ experience. Craft a strong CV showcasing you’re able to do the job and should you get an interview, use this to demonstrate you’re the right person for the job. Preparation is key in giving yourself the best chance to stand out from the – very big – crowd.
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