Completing an application for a job through Unitemps is no more complicated than applying for any other job; a strong CV and impressive covering letter are still key to selling yourself to our clients. You will have the benefit of support from Unitemps’ recruitment team, who can give feedback on interviews, offer CV advice and give an insight into the client’s requirements that you may not receive anywhere else. Here we aim to supply a rough guide to the application process here at Unitemps so you know what to expect.
By registering on our website, you will have access to a huge range of vacancies as well as updates on upcoming opportunities, career advice and other useful tips to help you begin preparing your applications straight away.
2. Upload Your CV
Once you’ve registered, you’ll be able to upload your CV to our system. Our recruitment team will refer to this when you apply for jobs, so make sure you always upload a new version if you make any changes or updates.
3. Browse vacancies and apply
After you’ve got set up, browse our vacancies across our UK branches and start applying. A recruitment executive will be in touch if you have been successful. If there are no vacancies that appeal to you, why not give us a call to discuss your requirements and ambitions? Our recruitment team are happy to have a chat with you, whether in person or over the phone, to discuss areas you are interested in gaining experience or the type of role you are aiming to get. We will then be able to notify you if any suitable roles come up and bear you in mind when clients are advertising a role you’d be perfect for.
4. Track your application
Once your application is submitted, you will be able to check back on your progress, see when your application is being reviewed and whether you’ve been successful or unsuccessful.
5. Receive feedback
If you have been unsuccessful in your application, our team are happy to provide feedback from the client to help you perfect your CV, and prepare for your next interview. Our team are dedicated to your success; we do not work on commission so our priority is finding you the role you want.
Last updated on 8 February 2021Share this article