All our consultations are held 1 on 1 over Skype.
Book a meeting time (30 minutes).
As a job seeker, you’ll need consultation to succeed. Sending out hundreds of international style CVs and cover letters won’t work.
If what you are doing isn’t working, it’s time to seek out some extra support.
Your job search in Austria
“80% of jobs searched are never advertised”
Searching for jobs is a skill. Invest in learning it and save time by connecting with the right employers.
Identify companies in Austria which are fitting your experience.
Work 1-on-1 with a professional to follow up on your CV, speak to decision makers and get interview commitments. We also students to enter the job market via internships.
Time wasted job searching can cost you potential money earned and savings.
Potential reasons why you are not successful with your job search
1. Not understanding the Austrian job market
2. Not understanding the decision making process
3. Not defining your niche
4. Not leveraging your cultural background
5. Not promoting your language skills
6. Not establishing relationships
7. Not speaking to the right people
8. Not personalising your application
9. Not following up with applications
What problems do you have with your job search?
Language requirements (German required)
Searching for english speaking jobs
Difficulty to contact and meeting employers
No response to your CV
No interviews requests
Rejected for being overqualified
Rejected but no reason given
Got a low salary offer
You need a work permit
You need assistance moving to Austria
What you will learn:
Where to find jobs matching your background?
Which companies fit your profile?
How to find opportunities at companies that are rapidly expanding into international markets.
Get help from professional to:
1. Send applications at the right time
How the recruitment season works?
How the recruitment process works?
How the decision process works?
2. Find matching employers
Which employers match your experience the best?
Which industries you should focus on?
How to research jobs and employers?
3. Presenting your skills
How to present your transferable skills?
How to present your competencies?
4. Employer contacts
Which networks you should join?
How to establish contact with potential employers?
How to send your CV and follow up?
5. Interview and salary
Which interview questions you can expect?
How to practice pitch for your job interview?
How to negotiate your salary and benefits?
Your CV for Austria
“The average time spent on reading a CV is just 6 seconds”
Is your CV and cover letter customised for Austrian employers?
Is your CV customised for the industry, company and job role you are applying for?
Is it structured for HR systems and search databases?
Does it stand out from the crowd and sell you?
Just 30 minutes can save you 30 days in your job search.
The job market is competitive, many jobs are never advertised and it takes more than just emailing CV’s or filling online forms.
> Save time by learning how search in the right place and apply the right way
> Improve your presentation with insights, feedback and advice from professionals
> Increase your chances of success by finding out what employers look for
> Get more interviews by connecting with the right employers based on your language skills and international experience.
What Austrian employers look for in your CV and Cover Letter? Have you included the right information?
Get an insight into the hiring process, how to present your experience and profile yourself for different types of jobs.
Work 1-on-1 with a professional to create a clear, concise and well structured CV presentation for Austrian employers.
What you will learn:
What Austrian employers are looking for in your CV?
Have you included the right information?
Get an insight into the hiring process
How to profile yourself for different types of jobs.
How to write a well structured presentation?
Get help from a recruiter to:
1. Plan and customise your application documents’ content for Austrian employers, different industries and job titels
2. Present your experience,
demonstrate your credibility and
quantify your performance and experience,
use references and brands
3. Profile your skills
highlight transferable skills and qualifications
strengthen areas of weakness and demonstrate soft skills
4. Structure your information,
optimise it for keywords, databases and web forms
use LinkedIn to support your CV
create a supporting online portfolio
tune up your social media profile
5. Style your CV
reduce clutter and make it user friendly
make it aesthetically appealing