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  • Permanent Positions

    When a permanent vacancy is received we search our register to find suitable candidates for the position. We do this by using the specifications the company has given us, including the experience and qualifications required. We will contact those candidates who possess the relevant skills and experience to see if they are interested in being put forward for the position.

    To perform this task accurately it is important that we have received relevant and correct information from you at the time of registration. Should you undertake any courses or gain any qualifications after registration, it is important to keep us updated, as it could be to your advantage.

    We will then disclose any information given to us by the company with regards to the position e.g. job descriptions/ person specifications, salary and benefit details and any information regarding the company e.g. website addresses.

    Should you wish to be considered for the position we will then submit your details to the client and inform them about you from the information ascertained at registration.

    We make suitable interview arrangements for those chosen by the client and give you an indication of the interview process and whether any testing will be involved.

    Upon attending an arranged interview please make sure you are appropriately dressed e.g. smart dress attire worn for office related interview.

    After the interview we will try to gain as much feedback as possible.

    To assist us in looking for a permanent placement for you, it is helpful to know the salary required and if currently employed, the notice period required.

    If you have just registered for permanent positions and your situation changes and you become available for temporary work also, please contact us so we can amend your details and consider you for any suitable temporary assignments.

  • Temporary Assignments

    Temporary assignments can vary greatly in timescale; we cover sickness, holidays, maternity leave, seasonal work and specific projects. Some companies favour taking a member of staff on a temporary basis before offering a permanent position.

    Our Client will contact us with their requirements, sometimes at very short notice, which is why we ask you to be as flexible as possible. We then search our database to find the most suitable candidate(s).

    We then contact you to confirm your availability and give you as much information about the assignment as possible including; the temporary position, address of the company, the industry they are in, your contact at the company, the assignment dates, hours and the rate you will be paid per hour. We always pay above the minimum wage and strive to increase the salaries awarded on the Island. Where an assignment is ongoing we may only be able to give an estimation of the duration rather than exact end date but will keep you updated throughout the assignment, as soon as we receive any updates.

    You are not obliged to accept any temporary bookings and assignment dates and times may be subject to changes by the company.

    All details of temporary contracts are confirmed to you in writing, though if booked at short notice these may reach you after the assignment has commenced, in this instance we will forward the basic details to you by email.

    In all temporary cases (other than contracts where you are employed directly by a company), the agency is responsible for the payment of wages, for which you will be required to fill in a time sheet with the hours you have worked to the nearest 15 minutes. This is your responsibility to complete and must be signed off at the end of each week, or end of assignment, by yourself and by your line manager/contact and returned to our office by Monday morning following the week worked.

    At Registration you would have been given two copies of our ‘Terms of Engagement for Temporary Workers’ to sign. You are required to complete the bank details form on the copy which you retained for your personal records and return to our office with you first timesheet.

    We will require a P45 when you start your first assignment. If you do not have a current P45 you will be required to fill in a HMRC Starter Checklist form to ensure you are coded for tax correctly.
    Wages are paid directly into your account via BACS on Friday each week, for the previous week’s work.
    You will receive your payslip via email on a Wednesday each week.

    Holiday pay is accrued whilst you are working on temporary assignments and is calculated on a weekly basis based on the average pay rate and number of standard hours worked. Temporary Workers are currently eligible for 28 days holiday per annum, pro rata.

  • Temporary Staff

    Its important to remember that when you are temporary staff, your may or may not be offered shifts each week.  There is no commitment for the client to offer you work or us.
    However, you are free to look for work elsewhere.  We do not restrict you.

  • Getting Paid

    • Ensure that your timesheet is submitted each week on Friday before 6PM
    • You can send by email, fax or SMS
    • You must make sure it is signed by your manager and yourself
    • If there are unusual hours, you must explain these or get authorisation
    • You will normally receive a text SMS to confirm we have received your timesheet
    • You will normally receive a text SMS to confirm we have paid you

Advice on Your CV

CV Advice

There is no wrong or right way to compile your CV. As an Agency we see different CV’s everyday and have an idea of what works and what doesn’t. Please use this information as a guide only;

Good CV’s are clearly set out with headers, short sentences and bullet points. You have to think about the person who will be reading them and the fact that yours may be the twentieth CV they have read that day so if is hard to read or it waffles on too much may have a detrimental effect.

Your CV is your selling tool, it is an introduction to You so you want it to be interesting and stand out, make sure the information you have is relevant to the jobs you wish to apply for. You may want to include things that are not relevant to the jobs e.g. Scuba Diving qualifications but don’t make this a main point.

Be honest use factual information only as you will probably be asked about certain things upon interview.

Your CV should include the following sections:

PERSONAL DETAILS: Including the following
• Name
• Nationality
• Address
• Telephone numbers
• Details of driving licence in applicable (include other licences if relevant to job you are applying for e.g. forklift)

EMPLOYMENT: For each position include
• Job Title
• Name of Company
• Start and Finish dates
• Main duties and responsibilities in bullet point format
• Reason for leaving (optional)

Don’t leave any gaps of time, if you were unemployed, raising a family or travelling include this in the time scale. Also list any achievements you feel you had in each case.

EDUCATION: If just left school or university you may wish to place this section before your employment history as it may be more relevant.

• School/College/University
• Qualifications/Courses and the grades achieved.

Also add any training courses you have attended and any certificates gained. Especially if this may be relent to the jobs you are applying for e.g. Hygiene Certificate.

SKILLS: add any skills you think will be relevant to the employment you are seeking.
e.g. Computer literacy, software used, typing speeds. Any Foreign languages etc.

Include and hobbies or interests or any personal attributes

REFERENCES: Available upon request.

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