In our hyper-connected society, there are several means to discover jobs counting social media and the web, says Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia. It appears like when you found a posting for companies you like, they seldom post something you are appropriate for. There are positions at these companies not ever even make the posting point, and instead are occupied by offline networks, so you’re never even alerted that they existed. So how to land a job before it’s even posted, especially jobs abroad such as KL Malaysia, Bangkok Thailand, Jakarta Indonesia and many more.
Old-style insight is that when you send your resume to the general application file, you will certainly not hear anything from them.
Sarah Paul, Director of Human Resources at Govan Brown Construction Managers for some tips to reaching your dream company and at least getting the interview says:
“One dirty little secret some companies use to minimize hiring costs is to not see or select candidates who are sent through a recruiter when not solicited, because it costs 25% of that person’s salary. If candidates approach hiring managers and HR reps directly, they could stand a higher chance of being selected.”
To contact these companies or the hiring managers, he added “You can start by telling your friends and business associates you’re looking for a connection to that company. You will be surprised how often you can find some in that way” says Paul. “If the person who connects you to the company doesn’t know the hiring manager or the HR representative directly, you can always ask them to check the directory. Be bold. It’s your career.”
Frequently, you can discover the contact information from other job postings for the same company. You can search the company name up, and check if there is a contact name or e-mail. Post a personalized resume, and aim to follow-up with them soon afterwards.
Finally, another best means to catch on what you need is the lowest tech preference: The phone. Almost all companies have a published phone number.
“If you call me before I’ve posted a role, I might not even post it, if you’re a strong enough candidate. At the very least, you can get in before anyone else for an interview” says Paul.
In job hunts, occasionally just the act of being ingenious and preemptive can set you overhead the crowd.