How to respond to a vacancy
Before looking for a job, and even more so to respond to offers that interest you, you must print your resume. It should contain the most important information that characterizes you as an excellent specialist: education, work experience, professional and personal qualities and skills. And, of course, first name, last name, middle name, year of birth, contact phone number and email address.
Carefully read the requirements of the employer specified in the vacancy. Then compare them with the skills described in your resume. Redo it in such a way that the employer's experience and knowledge come first.
Write a cover letter. It should be brief but informative. Tell us more about your strengths of the profession, indicate those skills that are not included in the resume, explain why you want to work in this organization and what you can do in a job that other applicants for this position cannot. The same profession may involve many specializations, so the letter can also describe those in which you already have experience.
Send your resume and cover letter to the employer at the address provided. To increase the chances of reading your resume, send it to all possible channels of communication. It is desirable, directly to your future boss, and not to the personnel department. You can learn about them on the official website of the company in which you want to work.
Personally take it to the right address. They may immediately want to interview you. And, who knows, maybe this will lead to the achievement of the desired goal, because personal contact is very important in finding a job.
To interview successfully, prepare for it. Find out as much information as possible about the employer, rehearse a speech about your abilities and experience. Recall examples of your successful work. This will help to be less nervous at the meeting and will relieve your speech from uncertain intonations.