User Login

Email address

A value is required.Invalid format.
Password

A value is required.Minimum number of characters not met.The password doesn't meet the specified strength.
(forgot your password?)
Remember me
Auto log in

Welcome to Career Profiles

Career Profiles Welcome Your Enquiries

Career Profiles is a resource for those people who are looking at making positive changes to their career status. This might be due to a general desire to change your career pathway or for whatever reason, you may be forced to do this due to illness, injury or financial influences.

For most people in their 40’s and 50’s and beyond, you will have upwards of five major career changes. For younger people, the number almost triples. The advent of new technologies is telling us that for many roles in the next 30 years, many roles we would consider as normal will just disappear and be taken over by robots, smart cars and artificial intelligence.

That is why a job candidate needs to carefully examine their vocational profile. Undertake a professional assessment and Take account of industry and resources and make some serious choices that are both achievable and give some semblance of job satisfaction.

From that, a job candidate needs to hold a really fresh and readable Resume or Curriculum Vitae. Something that when in Job Search or job-seeker mode, you can rely on to inform the recruiter that you are truly the right candidate. That is not enough, the job find process also requires detail and clarity in the Application letter.

To really succeed, a job candidate must also have a positive personal profile on social media. For many recruiters, social media is the very first thing they look at once they get someone’s phone number or email. It is no good having a great Resume I your social media presentation is too casual or negative. It is highly important that your communications and presentation are consistent on all platforms throughout the job search process.

Career Profiles - Newsletters

15 records in total.

Another dimension to the Job Interview

View

Automatic job searching using RSS feeds. Give it a try and improve the number of good jobs you find.

View

Beyond Blue. Don't let stress, anxiety or depression take control of your life, especially in difficult times such as job loss and unemployment.

View

Catch the sound of Twitter singing success. Twitter can also be a platform of good and helpful assistance to people in the community. Even in career job search and development.

View

Do you know what your Transferable Skills really are?

View

Downloads to make things easier. Career Profiles has a download page with a number of helpful files for the motivated job seeker. Take a look.

View

Importance of keeping up to date skills. Remember, the skills you learned 5 years ago means both technology, procedure and others have most likely passed you by.

View

Linked In and Social networks. They may not be your usual way of looking at work. But they can certainly be a great focus of information ready for recruiters to have a look at your skills, experience

View

Mobile Apps for Job seeking and communications. Don't dismiss these as gadgets or only used by Geeks.

View

Morning job seeking. Looking at vacancies at the right time of the day can be critical to success.

View

New Job cover Placement Program Incentives & Protections. An eligible employer may now get a maximum of $27,400 if they employ an injured worker. read more.

View

Now available, Career Profiles is compiling employment application forms from various employers for you to download and contact employers Login and look.

View

Registering for Recruitment companies. Make sure you do this and complete all aspects of the application. It will make the difference.

View

Vocational Assessments, Income Protection, RTW Different Employer, RTW Same employer

View

Volunteer work and how it can benefit you. Being a volunteer is a “win – win” situation. This is an obvious statement but often needs regular repeating.

View