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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
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Job Seeker Tips
- Make sure your résumé is in the best possible condition before you apply for a job. List only the education and work experience that is relevant to the position.
- Be certain that both your résumé and cover letter are free from spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.
- Do not be discouraged if you do not have some of the qualifications described in a given job posting. Apply anyway. Job postings often describe an “ideal” candidate; a person with more credentials or experience than may actually be required for the job. Ideal candidates do not always exist.
- Always follow the application instructions carefully.
- Learn everything you can about your potential employer and the job you are applying for. The local government’s website is often an excellent place to start. If the website does not contain the level of detail you are looking for, the local government’s annual report can also be an excellent source of information. Copies are often available online, and hard copies can usually be obtained at the municipal office.
- With a friend or family member, conduct mock interviews using standard questions that are easily found on the Internet. Practice makes perfect.
- When your interview day arrives, be on time. Give yourself plenty of time to get to your destination, accounting any possible delays you may encounter. If you arrive too early, you can always sit in your vehicle, or in a nearby coffee shop, and review your materials.
- When you arrive, remember that first impressions count. If you are greeted by a person at the front counter, be polite, friendly and respectful. Bear in mind that this person will form an opinion of you, and that opinion will often be shared with your interviewers.
- Dress appropriately and professionally.
- Try your best to relax and be calm. If you find that you are particularly nervous, try a relaxation exercise. One you can actually do during the interview involves breathing in through your nose while slowly (and silently) counting to three and exhaling slowly through your mouth while slowly counting to five.
- Remember to smile and make eye contact with your interviewers. Avoid fidgeting. Body language counts.
- Do not hesitate to ask questions of the employer. You will learn something, and the employer may be impressed by your genuine interest in the organization and position.
- Remember to say thank you as you leave the interview. Soon after you have left, follow up with a written ‘thank you’ note to the person who interviewed you. Even if you do not get the job, this can leave a lasting and positive impression that may pay off if you are interviewed by the same person again in the future.
- If you do not get the job you applied for, you might consider asking the employer what you could do to improve any future applications for similar positions. Such feedback can help you improve your application and your interview skills.
- Do not be discouraged if you do not succeed in getting the first jobs you apply for. Keep looking, and keep applying. Rejection is usually an unfortunate part of the job search process, and it happens to everyone.