Are you wanting a new adventure in your life by living and working in another country? If yes, then it may be worth your time and effort to find yourself a good recruiter who can advise you on every step of your upcoming job search.
A top notch recruiter will work hard on your behalf by:
1) Walking their talk;
2) Making you look good to your future employer;
3) Advising you on how to write a gobsmacking cover letter and curriculum vitae;
4) Providing insights into your future employer;
5) Directing you to a proven immigration consultant to advise you on all of your visa questions;
6) Giving you all kinds of relevant information on the country that you want to live in;
7) Preparing you with detailed interview tips;
8) Educating you on some of the cultural nuances of the country;
9) Taking the time to get to know you and others who may be coming with you; and
10) Helping you settle into your new country of choice.
So how to find that top notch recruiter? Look at the testimonials on their website, read through the recommendations on their linkedin profile and carefully read through their marketing collateral.
Some questions you may want to ask yourself could include (a) does their ethos align with yours, (b) are they ethical, (c) will they represent you in a realistic and honest way and (d) do you feel that you can trust them?
Don’t be afraid to ask for a couple of their references to speak with and don’t settle for less than the best.
Of course, if you are a Medical Doctor or Clinical Psychologist and wanting to explore positions in New Zealand, we would be happy to hear from you.
Larry Beck, Director