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  • Supply Chain & Logistics Jobs - Sigmar Recruitment
    Process Outsourcing RPO Dedicated Talent Acqusition Master Neutral Vendor Graduate Recruitment Programmes Employer Branding Temporary Contract Recruitment Outsourced Payroll Recruitment Process Why Use Sigmar Recruitment Setting up Operations in Ireland Employer Blog Employer Knowledge Centre Employer Rights Employment Permits Interview Guide Salary Guides 2016 Submit Vacancy Sigmar Recruitment Jobs Supply Chain Logistics Jobs Supply Chain Logistics Jobs As specialists in the Procurement and Supply Chain sector your career is in the right hands Working in partnership with many of Ireland s premier employers we offer a wide number of supply chain and logistics jobs across all industry sectors including Manufacturing FMCG 3rd Party Logistics Pharmaceutical and Electronics For a confidential discussion please contact our Supply Chain team on 01 4744695 or email supplychain sigmar ie or send us your CV Title Location Salary Search Results German Customer Service Cork Negotiable Apply Now Plant Supply Chain Manager Galway Negotiable Apply Now Warehouse Manager Dublin West Negotiable Apply Now Supply Chain Manager Galway Negotiable Apply Now Engineering Stores Lead Cork Negotiable Apply Now Supply Chain Resources Follow SigmarSupChain Accountancy Jobs Banking Jobs Construction Jobs Engineering Jobs HR Jobs Insurance Jobs IT Jobs IT Contract Jobs Legal Jobs Marketing Jobs Multilingual Jobs Office Support Jobs Pharma Jobs Sales Jobs Science Jobs Supply Chain Jobs copy 2016 Sigmar Recruitment Digital Marketing Web Design by Evolution Digital Privacy Policy Sitemap Sigmar Recruitment Consultants Ltd is a private company limited by shares registered in Ireland no 353252 registered office 13 Hume Street Dublin 2 MENU About Us Company History Independent Awards Leadership Team Press Centre Our Values Pride in Purpose Overview National Employment Week Ireland Gateway To Europe Employment Leadership Group Mental Health and Employment Day Dress For Success Dublin Charity Social Media Work With Us Jobs Accountancy Jobs Banking Financial Jobs Construction and Property Jobs

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  • Jobseekers Resource Centre - Sigmar Recruitment
    Use Sigmar Recruitment Setting up Operations in Ireland Employer Blog Employer Knowledge Centre Employer Rights Employment Permits Interview Guide Salary Guides 2016 Submit Vacancy Sigmar Recruitment Jobseekers Resource Centre Jobseekers Jobseekers Resources CV Tips Advice Interview Preparation Interview Checklist Do s Don ts Top 10 Interview Questions Interview Preparation Frequently Asked Questions 10 Common Mistakes Jobseeker Videos Advice for Graduates Working and Living in Ireland Introduction to Ireland Visas and Work Permits Income Tax and Allowances Accomodation Setting up a Bank Account Annual Holidays Shops and Opening Hours English Language Schools Education System Healthcare Public Transport Social Clubs Weather Salary Guide 2016 Temporary Staff Candidate Charter Jobseekers Resource Centre This section is full of resources to help you with your jobsearch If you are looking for a new job please don t hesitate to contact our team on 353 1 4744600 or submit your CV to us to be contacted about suitable opportunities Load more videos Jobseeker Resources Moving to Ireland Let us serve you better Get in touch Recent Blog Posts The Benefits of Contracting in Financial Services Why Asking Questions in an Interview Is So Important Why Networking Can Improve Your Odds of Finding a Job Accountancy Jobs Banking Jobs Construction Jobs Engineering Jobs HR Jobs Insurance Jobs IT Jobs IT Contract Jobs Legal Jobs Marketing Jobs Multilingual Jobs Office Support Jobs Pharma Jobs Sales Jobs Science Jobs Supply Chain Jobs copy 2016 Sigmar Recruitment Digital Marketing Web Design by Evolution Digital Privacy Policy Sitemap Sigmar Recruitment Consultants Ltd is a private company limited by shares registered in Ireland no 353252 registered office 13 Hume Street Dublin 2 MENU About Us Company History Independent Awards Leadership Team Press Centre Our Values Pride in Purpose Overview National Employment Week Ireland Gateway To Europe Employment Leadership Group Mental Health and

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  • CV Tips & Advice - Sigmar Recruitment
    are short on time short on patience or have a lot of CVs to wade through Remember that there may be a pile of CVs a foot high for some positions CV s should be around two pages in length although it may be longer if you have to describe a lot of relevant work experience Even a two page CV is of no advantage if it s full of information that isn t reasonably applicable to the position you re qualified or applying for Use the space only if you need it to fully disclose your accomplishments Include the Basic information Even if you have entered this information into this site you should still include it on your CV When the recruiter makes the call to say you have been accepted your CV is the only document he or she will hold in their hands Make sure it at least has all your personal information such as Name Address Telephone Number Date of Birth Nationality including visa and work permit status Languages level for both written and verbal Driving License if you have one State long term objectives What are your short and long term career aims and objectives Do you have any preferences for the type of work you want to undertake Don t be too restrictive It is better to be general about your career aspirations at this stage for example Business Related IT Don t include short term objectives Your short term objectives should be clearly articulated in your cover letter If you do include objectives be specific Vague statements such as Looking to utilise my marketing skills or seeking a rewarding position add nothing to a CV and may in fact make you appear insincere Include your Employment history All your employment is important whether it is part time temporary voluntary vacation work or Saturday only It should be presented in reverse chronological order most recent first Give dates name of employer job titles etc Include your Education history List your most recent qualifications first including Dates Institution Name of Degree Course etc Degree Classification It is not necessary to list all the modulesyou have studied Technical qualifications Achievements Positions of Responsibility Include Hobbies Interests Be Positive Use power words such as developed managed and designed to emphasise your accomplishments Stick your chest out and don t be afraid to tell people what you ve done Produce a well organised professional document You ll generate a better response from your curriculum vitae if it is well organised and is packed with relevant information to match and support your professional academic or career objectives Be honest There is a huge difference between making the most of your experience and exaggerating or falsifying it A falsified CV can be easily spotted by a recruiter or employer if not immediately then certainly through the interview process and if it doesn t prevent you from getting the job it will cost you the job later on Use good document

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  • Interview Preparation - Sigmar Recruitment
    Outsourcing RPO Dedicated Talent Acqusition Master Neutral Vendor Graduate Recruitment Programmes Employer Branding Temporary Contract Recruitment Outsourced Payroll Recruitment Process Why Use Sigmar Recruitment Setting up Operations in Ireland Employer Blog Employer Knowledge Centre Employer Rights Employment Permits Interview Guide Salary Guides 2016 Submit Vacancy Sigmar Recruitment Jobseekers Resource Centre Interview Preparation Jobseekers Jobseekers Resources CV Tips Advice Interview Preparation Interview Checklist Do s Don ts Top 10 Interview Questions Interview Preparation Frequently Asked Questions 10 Common Mistakes Jobseeker Videos Advice for Graduates Working and Living in Ireland Introduction to Ireland Visas and Work Permits Income Tax and Allowances Accomodation Setting up a Bank Account Annual Holidays Shops and Opening Hours English Language Schools Education System Healthcare Public Transport Social Clubs Weather Salary Guide 2016 Temporary Staff Candidate Charter Interview Preparation Preparation anticipation and confidence are the key skills to a successful interview Remember prepare practice perform So be prepared Interview Do s Don ts Interview Preparation Frequently Asked Questions Interview Preparation Sample Answers Interview Preparation Competency Based Questions Top 10 Interview Questions 10 Common Interview Mistakes Accountancy Jobs Banking Jobs Construction Jobs Engineering Jobs HR Jobs Insurance Jobs IT Jobs IT Contract Jobs Legal Jobs Marketing Jobs Multilingual Jobs Office Support Jobs Pharma Jobs Sales Jobs Science Jobs Supply Chain Jobs copy 2016 Sigmar Recruitment Digital Marketing Web Design by Evolution Digital Privacy Policy Sitemap Sigmar Recruitment Consultants Ltd is a private company limited by shares registered in Ireland no 353252 registered office 13 Hume Street Dublin 2 MENU About Us Company History Independent Awards Leadership Team Press Centre Our Values Pride in Purpose Overview National Employment Week Ireland Gateway To Europe Employment Leadership Group Mental Health and Employment Day Dress For Success Dublin Charity Social Media Work With Us Jobs Accountancy Jobs Banking Financial Jobs Construction and Property

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  • Interview Checklist - Do's & Don'ts - Sigmar Recruitment
    Do s Don ts Top 10 Interview Questions Interview Preparation Frequently Asked Questions 10 Common Mistakes Jobseeker Videos Advice for Graduates Working and Living in Ireland Introduction to Ireland Visas and Work Permits Income Tax and Allowances Accomodation Setting up a Bank Account Annual Holidays Shops and Opening Hours English Language Schools Education System Healthcare Public Transport Social Clubs Weather Salary Guide 2016 Temporary Staff Candidate Charter Interview Checklist Do s Don ts Before the Interview Preparation anticipation and confidence are the key skills to a successful interview It s a known fact that an interviewer will have decided whether or not they are going to give you the job within a few minutes Remember Prepare Practice Perform So be prepared DO Get as much information as possible on the company read all the latest news about the company check out the web site and try to speak with someone who has worked there Prepare answers to a range of job and skill based questions that you can use Put yourself in the interviewers seat Try to think of questions that you might pose relating to your particular job Arm yourself with a few questions for the interviewer showing that you have done your homework about the organisation and its business Check the format of the interview it could throw you off if you re presented with a test of some sort that you were not expecting Dress wise Keep it simple and respectable Dress for success DON T Leave yourself short for time always expect the unexpected At the Interview DO Be punctual there s nothing worse then arriving late and in a fluster A good firm handshake and good eye contact are very important Let the interviewer lead the interview Listen for the concerns behind the interviewer s questions Be positive Try not to sound like you re bragging but describe your skills in a factual way Look as though you are interested in what the interviewer is saying to you answer questions as fully as you can If there is a situation where a panel are interviewing you direct your answers to all members It is important not to ignore anyone Your attitude strongly contributes to the interviewers opinion of you so have the right one Know what your interviewer is looking for Be flexible consider reasonable offers and give it your best shot Don t give up the search may not be a short one but don t give up DON T Criticise yourself or past employers Interrupt the interviewer Answer a question with another question Appear giddy or nervous by fidgeting Ask lots of questions about salary and benefits Accountancy Jobs Banking Jobs Construction Jobs Engineering Jobs HR Jobs Insurance Jobs IT Jobs IT Contract Jobs Legal Jobs Marketing Jobs Multilingual Jobs Office Support Jobs Pharma Jobs Sales Jobs Science Jobs Supply Chain Jobs copy 2016 Sigmar Recruitment Digital Marketing Web Design by Evolution Digital Privacy Policy Sitemap Sigmar Recruitment Consultants Ltd is a private

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  • Top 10 Interview Questions - Sigmar Recruitment
    skill or trait that either the company values highly or the job description mentions as important Focus on giving a good example of how this is your greatest strength and then draw attention to how this strength can help the company Using creativity as your greatest strength for a design jobs will only work if the company wants creativity and you have a portfolio to show of your creativeness What is the toughest problem you ve had to face and how did you overcome it The question looks for information on two fronts How do you define difficult and what was your handling of the situation You must have a story ready for this one in which the situation both was tough and allowed you to show yourself in a good light Avoid talking about problems that have to do with co workers You can talk about the difficult decision to fire someone but emphasise that once you had examined the problem and reached a conclusion you acted quickly and professionally with the best interests of the company at heart What are some of the things that bother you What are your pet hates Tell me about the last time you felt anger on the job These questions are so similar that they can be treated as one It is tremendously important that you show you can remain calm Most of us have seen a colleague lose his or her cool on occasion not a pretty sight and one that every sensible employer wants to avoid This question comes up more and more often the higher up the corporate ladder you climb and the more frequent your contact with clients and the general public To answer it find something that angers conscientious workers I enjoy my work and believe in giving value to my employer Dealing with clock watchers and the ones who regularly get sick on Mondays and Fridays really bothers me but it s not something that gets me angry or anything like that An answer of this nature will help you much more than the kind given by a California engineer who went on for some minutes about how he hated the small mindedness of people who don t like pet rabbits in the office What did you like dislike about your last job The interviewer is looking for incompatibilities If a trial lawyer says he or she dislikes arguing a point with colleagues such a statement will only weaken if not immediately destroy his or her candidacy Most interviews start with a preamble by the interviewer about the company Pay attention That information will help you answer the question In fact any statement the interviewer makes about the job or corporation can be used to your advantage So in answer you liked everything about your last job You might even say your company taught you the importance of certain attributes from the business achievement or professional profile Criticising a prior employer is a warning flag that

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  • Interview Preparation: Frequently Asked Questions - Sigmar Recruitment
    myself This has sometimes backfired because I d end up with more than I could handle and the quality of my work would suffer But I ve taken courses in time management and learned effective delegation techniques and I feel I ve overcome this weakness IMPORTANT Be sure the weakness you talk about is NOT a key element of the position How do you handle stressful situations Give some examples of stressful situations you ve dealt with in the past Tell how you use time management problem solving or decision making skills to reduce stress For example mention that making a to do list helps Cite stress reducing techniques such as stretching and taking a break Don t be afraid to admit that you will ask for assistance if you are feeling overwhelmed If it s true say you actually work better under pressure Have you ever had to discipline a problem employee If so how did you handle it This is a likely question if the position for which you are applying requires supervisory duties Explain how you used problem solving skills listening skills and coaching skills to help the employee If those techniques turned the employee around be sure to say so If those techniques failed tell how you followed the company s policies and what the end result was Why do you want this position Here s where your research about the company will help you stand out among the other candidates Explain how you ve always wanted the opportunity to work with a company that provides a vital public service leads the industry in innovative products whatever Find something specific about that company that you can tie in with your answer Explain how your qualifications and goals complement the company s mission vision and values use specific examples If you are applying for a position in a company for which you already work explain how you ll be able to apply and expand on the knowledge and experience you ve gained from your current position and will be able to increase your contributions and value to the company through your new responsibilities Why do you want to work here To answer this question you must have researched the company and built a dossier Reply with the company s attributes as you see them Cap your answer with reference to your belief that the company can provide you with a stable and happy work environment the company has that reputation and that such an atmosphere would encourage your best work I m not looking for just another paycheck I enjoy my work and am proud of my profession Your company produces a superior product provides a superior service I share the values that make this possible which should enable me to fit in and complement the team Can you work under pressure You might be tempted to give a simple yes or no answer but don t It reveals nothing and you lose the opportunity to sell

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  • 10 Common Mistakes - Sigmar Recruitment
    equipment you may need to maintain a neat and tidy appearance If it s raining protect your outfit with reliable rain gear Do not under any circumstances allow yourself to appear dishevelled 4 Lack of Confidence Are you confident of your ability to meet responsibilities entrusted to you Would you hire someone like you If not then you need to learn to appear as competent and confident as you would like to be and want others to believe you are Of course feeling confident doesn t automatically make you competent but it does create an atmosphere that is conducive to success 5 Poor Attitude The best way to approach an interview is with enthusiasm and an open mind Treat everyone you meet with courtesy If you decide during the interview that you don t want the job or that you may not be sufficiently experienced or qualified to receive the offer chalk it up to experience Continue to present yourself in an upbeat and professional manner If they re giving you the courtesy of their time and consideration the least you can do is to respond in kind Practice manifesting a positive attitude it s a good habit to develop and maintain 6 The Wrong Pitch There are different kinds of interviewers with different purposes The personnel human resources professional typically is there to screen people out to keep from wasting the decision maker s time You don t need to impress them and you certainly can t show them They just want to ensure that you have truly and accurately representing yourself in your job application and resume When you re interviewed by a screener answer their questions as clearly and accurately as possible but do not volunteer any additional information They don t need to like you only to decide that you re worth passing along to the decision maker Chances are you ll never see them again even if you get the job The decision maker on the other hand wants to feel comfortable with you and certain that you can do the job This is where you may opt to turn on the charm discuss more personal interests and talk shop They probably don t have a lot of experience conducting interviews and you may be able to get them to do most of the talking 7 Inconsistency Professional interviewers are quick to notice inconsistencies hesitations and uncertainties They may challenge something you say just to see how you respond If you back off change justify qualify over explain or retract what you said earlier they may suspect that you ve been exaggerating or lying to them and they re likely to probe deeper When someone responds to your statement with a sceptical look a pause or a comment like Really you ve got to hold the fort Just smile politely nod and wait for them to continue If you become uncomfortable you can always ask Have I answered the question to your satisfaction or Was

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