Javery International conducts executive searches for a broad range of dynamic companies seeking the very best talent available. We work across a variety of industries matching great candidates with many fulfilling and lucrative opportunities offered by our global clientele.
Partnering with the right executive search firm can be one of the most important decisions in your career. Working with Javery International, you will have access to an industry specific consultant that will assist you in achieving your desired balance between personal growth, job satisfaction and excellent remuneration.
We are committed to:
Confidentiality – We will not expose your information to anyone without your consent. In addition, we will remind our clients to use discretion when working with our candidates.
Diversity – Skill set, professional achievements and personal goals will be the only considerations while your case is being reviewed by our associates.
Transparency – We will give you our honest views on the company’s competitors and long range goals along with specific and constructive feedback.
Efficiency – We will not waste your time. We will carefully listen to your goals and provide you with opportunities that match your objectives.
Please view our candidate resources for the best tools to move you forward into your new endeavor.
We look to hearing from you!
The Team at Javery International
Effective interviewing is to the benefit of both the client and the candidate.
Preparation – It is critical to the success of the interview. Do your research on the company and develop relevant questions based on the company and your perceived role in it. Think about how you can highlight your strengths in ways that are pertinent to the position. Study your CV, not knowing exactly what you have written will be perceived badly. When prepared, you will come across as confident and direct, both are traits of an effective leader.
Setting the tone – Help to set the tone by speaking slowly and concisely. Open up communication by asking for clarification when needed. In addition, show that you have been effectively listening by recapping essential parts of the interview. Keep answers brief and to the point; avoid rambling. When you have finished speaking, ask yourself if you have thoroughly answered the question asked of you.
Summarize – Summarize your strengths incorporating relevant knowledge, learned during the interview, regarding the role and company goals. Ask if the interviewer feels that you are a fit and address any concerns they may have. If you want the job and feel you are a fit, say so.
Follow Up – Thank the interviewer and remember to follow up with a thank you letter. Contact the recruiter after the interview to discuss feedback.
In today’s competitive job market, it is more important than ever to make a good first impression. Your CV is often the best way to articulate and capture your professional value. There are great tips on the internet regarding how to create an excellent CV, as well as pitfalls to avoid. After you have put together your best efforts, consider the following somewhat common mistakes: