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Synarbor PLC is an innovative and market leading operator of recruitment agencies specialising in the Education sector. Through our three main agency brands of Synarbor Education, Supply Desk and Teach in, we are able to offer recruitment and career development services to Teachers looking for day to day supply, long term and permanent positions throughout the UK and Overseas.
In addition to being best placed to find our teachers the ideal role to suit the skills and personality we are also able to offer CPD and career training such as Behavioural and Classroom Management. Our staff are highly trained and helpful; we have a reputation for getting to know both our teachers and our schools with many of our clients and candidates choosing to use us exclusively due to the high quality of our service and placements.
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After a day off to restock the bus with CV templates, and recharge our batteries we were back on the road to Newcastle and Glasgow for another 2 days of CV reviews.
Day 7: Northumberland Street, Newcastle
In Newcastle we were joined by the Army, nPower (who were hiring for customer service roles) and Hillary’s Blinds - who have opportunities available for self-employed advisors; the role involves visiting their customers in their homes, discussing their requirements and helping them find the perfect blinds. We also had British Gas, Learn Direct, Fostering Solutions and Lifetime with us, who’ve been on the road with us since we began our UK tour in Bromley on 16 June.
If you have been finding it hard to get back into work, Learn Direct offer training in job seeking and life skills which are designed to help you put your job search back on track.
Day 8: Buchanan Street, Glasgow
In addition to Fostering Solutions, who have been touring the UK with us in search of foster carers, and British Gas who have customer service, sales, engineering and plumbing roles available we had Hillary’s Blinds and the Army with us.
With scores more CV reviews and queues of job seekers, it was a very busy weekend. It was fantastic to have received so much positive feedback throughout from jobseekers, and to have made a difference to people’s job search.
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It’s been a fantastic 4 days with The Fairy Jobmother who’s been with us to help job seekers with interview skills, their CV and career advice. 4 days, 4 cities: Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester, and a morale boost and employability quotient spike for a significant number of job seekers. For one jobseeker in particular, it even helped him get a job the same day.
Yes, it has been a very successful 4 days with Hayley.
Today’s other source of excitement was Manchester United football club’s mascot who had come along with the recruitment team who were hiring for hospitality roles, and somehow managed to find his way into the bus driver’s seat.
We also had jobs spanning hospitality, sales, customer service, engineering, care and more, at our jobs fair today, courtesy of British Gas – who have been a fantastic fixture at each of our job fairs this year – Manchester United, Unicom, Fostering Solutions and Meridian Business Support.
A lot of them will be going on to Newcastle and Glasgow with us this weekend so if you haven’t been able to make it to our jobs bus yet, come see us at Northumberland Street in Newcastle on Saturday or Buchanan Street in Glasgow on Sunday.
Hope to see you there.
Day 5 for us, Day 3 for The Fairy Jobmother Hayley Taylor and yet another opportunity for job seekers to meet her and get a one-to-one career consultation on board the Fish4jobs bus. Among the lucky ones who had the opportunity to have a 45 minute session with Hayley was the winner of the competition we ran on Facebook to WIN a One-to-One Career Consultation with her. To ensure that you don’t miss out on career wise competitions like these, LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @Fish4jobs
"It was very helpful. She gave me lots of advice on what roles to go for and helped me with interview techniques and CV writing. CV writing has really changed in 25 years and she recommended changes I should make. Everyone from Fish4jobs was also very helpful and I will definitely be applying for a job on Fish4jobs today"
- Competition winner
We also had our team of CV experts on board providing CV reviews for job seekers and other team members outside helping jobseekers with career advice and tips on how to make the most of your job search on Fish4jobs.
Today we had lots of employers and training providers with us so there was a constant stream of jobseekers making there way to our bus at Liverpool One.
We also had Lifetime Training with us, who offer government funded NVQ Training courses for aspiring Fitness Instructors aged 16 – 24 years.
To view full details of employers and training providers joining us on our Roadshow this year, click here
With over a hundred CV reviews done today and a gap bridged between so many employers and the types of candidate they’re looking for, and between dejection and hope for job seekers it’s been another fulfilling day on the road for us at Fish4jobs.
Next Stop: Manchester, the last stop for The Fairy Jobmother this year.
Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your CV to Albert Square if you’d like a free CV review.
19 June 2012
Loaded – literally – with CV templates, career advice cheat sheets for the discerning job seeker and of course our CV experts running the CV Clinic in the bus, we pulled up at Briggate in Leeds. Lots more CV reviews, many more jobseekers, career sessions with Hayley Taylor and some of our top employers and training providers on hand.
We had some big names hiring, and opportunities for free CV reviews and career advice. There were a number of graduates looking for jobs, and in need of CV advice. Our CV Clinic has had a constant flow of jobseekers from 10am to 6pm on each day of the Roadshow so far. We were also visited by a number of jobseekers in search of customer service jobs, so it was great to have British Gas with us who are currently hiring for customer services and customer sales roles - among others.
They’ll be with us on the road all the way to Glasgow so if you’re looking for a job in customer service, sales or engineering, do come meet them with a copy of your CV.
If you can’t make it to the Roadshow and need help getting your CV in shape for the Top Job before you upload it on to Fish4jobs so you get head hunted, download our General CV Template or browse our sector specific CV templates here, and read our Most Common CV Mistakes to make sure you don’t make those when redoing your CV.
We also had Learn Direct with us, who provide training courses to jobseekers to help them get back in to work. They have centres across the UK and offer qualifications not only in traditional subjects like Maths, English, Computers and IT, but also provide courses that will equip you with ‘Job Seeking Skills’, ‘Life Skills’ and ‘Business and Job Specific Skills’. To find out more about what Learn Direct are offering on the Fish4jobs Roadshow, watch their latest video on our roadshow here
Next Stop: Liverpool One, Liverpool.
See you there?
18 June 2012
200 CV reviews and many miles later we pulled into Centenary Square in Birmingham. Today’s main attraction in Birmingham – aside from a massive orange mobile CV clinic, was Channel 4’s Fairy Jobmother, who’ll be with us on the road today until Thursday 21 June….
The Fish4jobs Roadshow offers job seekers the opportunity to meet Channel 4’s Fairy Jobmother Hayley Taylor for career advice, but also training providers and employers. Today we were joined by Learn Direct - enthusiastic as ever to help job seekers get the skills they need to get back into work - British Gas and Fostering Solutions, all of whom have been with us since we started out in Bromley last Saturday.
At today’s job fair we were also joined by National Express, with driving jobs, yet another of the many sectors that we specialise in on Fish4jobs; Hillary’s Blinds, who were have self employed opportunities available; and with Lifetime Training who have apprenticeship programs available for aspiring fitness instructors aged 16-24 years.
With jobseekers queuing up from 9am for a CV review at our free CV Clinic, and career consultations with Channel 4’s Fairy Jobmother, it was yet another productive day. Hayley Taylor joins us in 4 cities this year and will be holding one-to-one sessions with jobseekers to help them with interview skills and their CV.
If you didn’t get a chance to meet Hayley in Birmingham today, you can watch all her career Q&A videos here. Whether you’re looking for Interview and CV advice, job hunting tips, advice on finding work post redundancy, changing careers, searching and applying for jobs or you’re a mature jobseeker looking to get back into work or find a new job, we've got the answers to help you get ahead.
Another employer on the road with us today was Meridian Business Support, who seemed to have found some potential candidates at today’s job fair, and had a good time all in all as Jo @Jilee_Jo tweeted:
@fish4jobs looking forward to your roadshow in Manchester tomorrow, Birmingham on Monday was great fun!
@fish4jobs highlight was meeting so many great people, we didn't stop all day and the sun was shining!
@fish4jobs we have lots of commercial/office roles to fill so it was a great opportunity to see so many candidates face to face!
Follow us on Twitter for the latest #Fish4jobs #Roadshow updates, jobs, career advice and more
Meridian Business Support is back on the road with us in 3 days, so come see them at Albert Square in Manchester on 21 June 2012.
Next Stop: Briggate, Leeds. Come see us there tomorrow with a printed copy of your CV if you’d like a free CV review or a career consultation with Channel 4’s Fairy Jobmother.
17 June 2012
Another busy day for us, with 80+ CV Reviews and a constant flow of job seekers with career queries and questions about how to find a job; and equally busy for the employers and training providers joining us on our Jobs Roadshow today which included: the Army, British Gas and Fostering Solutions.
For many jobseekers, it’s not a case of not having the right skills and experience but not presenting your skills and experience effectively on your CV.
Your CV should always include a personal profile that highlights your strengths and experience. If you're a graduate, your education should come at the beginning of your CV.
Here’s an example of a Graduate CV to help you get started.
Also read our Most Common CV Mistakes
Did you attend our Jobs Roadshow in Cardiff? Did you get a CV review? Tell us about it.
16 June 2012
After strategic manoeuvring of our big orange double decker bus through the market we reached our designated parking spot for the day and set up shop with British Gas, PayDay Express/TheMoneyShop, Fostering Solutions and Lifetime Fitness, who were all on the lookout for new recruits.
The aim of our Roadshow is to provide jobseekers with access to free CV and career advice, employers and training providers - so they can meet them face-to-face and ask questions and have the opportunity to get a free fifteen minute CV review with one of our CV experts. Employers can meet potential candidates for the roles they’re looking to fill.
Our job fairs are not aimed at any particular age group, level of experience or type of job seeker and attendees were 16 – 50+, encompassing school leavers, students looking for summer jobs and part-time jobs, career changers, mature job seekers and returners to work (such as those who had been full time carers or made redundant).
With over one hundred CVs reviewed and turned around and career advice provided to thousands of jobseekers, and hundreds having had the chance to find out more about becoming a Foster Carer, a Fitness Instructor, or an employee at British Gas or PayDay Express/TheMoneyShop, it was a successful day.
For British Gas, who are currently hiring for Sales, Customer Service and Engineering, the queue kept growing, which was great because there were a large number of high calibre professionals that they met. In fact, they even found a potential candidate for both a white goods engineer position which they said is a tough one to fill, and a skilled plumber which again they said is proving to be a skill set in short supply.
For the PayDay Express/MoneyShop, who left with 20+ applications and dozens of CVs for their roles, which included Collections Agents, Telesales Agents and Outbound Customer Service Agents, it was just as productive.
We also had Fostering Solutions with us who were looking for Foster Carers for children and seems to have had a significant amount of interest in this opportunity. To be a foster carer, you must be over 21 and under 65, and have a spare room in your home. Once you sign on, you will have a CRB check and will go through an assessment period so they can determine whether your domestic situation is stable and suitable for healthy up bringing of a child. The children who require fostering come from broken homes and have often been subjected to hostile domestic conditions so while it can be emotionally challenging, it is also very rewarding. It also gives you the opportunity to work from home.
Lifetime Fitness were also there to sign up fitness instructor and personal trainer hopefuls for their training program for sixteen to twenty four year olds - and there certainly seemed to be no dearth of school leavers looking for a career in fitness. Lifetime Fitness offer NVQ training courses. Lifetime Fitness will be at all locations so do come by if you’d like to find out more about becoming a fitness instructor and personal trainer. If you can’t make it, look out for our next post where we’ll have more information about the courses and career opportunities available once you’ve completed your training at Lifetime Fitness.
Next stop: Churchill Way, Cardiff.
Next weekend: Newcastle/Glasgow
Were you at our Jobs Roadshow in Bromley? Did you get a CV review? Who did you meet? Feel free to leave your comments below.
Learn Direct have helped more than 3.5m people improve their skills since 2000 and 93% of their learners say it's given them the skills to help them in their future working life. With their learners now earning £2,240 more on average than what they were before learning with Learn Direct, it's a good way to put your career back on track and climb up the ladder, and we're giving you the opportunity to meet them face to face to find out more about their online courses at our Jobs Roadshow 2012.
Why do an online course at Learn Direct?
Their online courses below all lead to nationally recognised qualifications in English, maths, IT and job seeking skills, wich will help you get back into work and get ahead in your career:
You can learn in one of our centres or from home or work, wherever you have access to the internet. Thanks to government funding, your courses will most likely be FREE: especially if you're unemployed and on active benefits. If you're employed and you've got no qualifications, then your qualifications could still be free. We'll confirm this with you before you start learning with us.
If you'd like to meet them to find out more, join us on our jobs roadshow at one of the following locations:
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