Category Archive: Job Seeking Advice
Advice for Ex-Military personnel on finding vacancies and getting the job.
August 30, 2018
Case study: Ex-Mil Recruitment Secures the deal for a leading fuel supplier
THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX, TO HELP A WELL ESTABLISHED COMPANY TO SECURE A NEW INDIVIDUAL TO JOIN THEIR ORGANISATION, AFTER A 6-MONTH UNSUCCESSFUL SEARCH Job title: Boiler Engineer Location: Southern Counties Sector: Engineering Function: Engineer Duration of search: 1 month Consultant name: Jean-Claude Challenge The client had been looking to find an Oil Boiler […]
August 30, 2018
Writing the Perfect Ex-Military CV: Four Key Steps
If you’re leaving the military and getting ready to begin the search for your next role, you may need some assistance to write your CV in a manor which highlights and celebrates the skills acquired whilst serving within the armed forces, allowing you to connect more with prospective employers. The vast majority of personnel transitioning […]
July 25, 2018
Recruitment Agencies: What Are They and How Can They Assist Your Job Hunt?
Recruitment agencies are continually increasing in popularity, especially in today’s digital-forward world. More companies are beginning to adopt and rely on the expertise which recruitment consultancy services can provide when filling vacancies. Crucially, more candidates are starting to use recruitment agencies to find their perfect job opportunity too. From helping a candidate to write the […]
June 27, 2018
Armed Forces Charities: Education and Employment Support For Current and Ex-Military Personnel
Often people associate the armed forces community with the term ‘sacrifice’. This can be used to describe the sacrifice which one could pay when servicing their nation, or their sacrificing of a normal family life outside the armed forces. However, some of the sacrifices which the brave service people make could perhaps go unseen. Serving […]
May 23, 2018
The British Armed Forces: demystifying the military ranks
The British armed forces form a vital barrier and resilience to external threats, ensuring the safety of civilian lives across the breadth and width of the United Kingdom. The English Army was formed as a military force in the 17th century but it wasn’t until 1707, when the English and Scottish armies amalgamated into one […]
April 19, 2018
Life After Service
After proudly serving your nation within the armed forces, your tenure has now come to an end. Depending on the time of departure, your journey to civilian life might already be underway. This article forms the second instalment of our two-part series, building on from the themes raised in part one, Congratulations! You Joined The […]
March 7, 2018
Congratulations! You Joined The Army, Now What?
So you’ve beaten the odds. Out of the thousands of applicants and potential candidates, you’ve landed yourself a career within the armed forces either on the frontline or in specialisms such as engineering, medical, logistics or personnel support to name but a few. Your journey has begun and almost as soon as you need to […]
September 14, 2017
Beyond the Gun
Online and traditional recruitment consultancy Ex-Mil Recruitment Ltd draws attention to common issues veterans face when entering the civilian job market and examines the value ex-military personnel can bring to UK employers. Addressing The Stigma Military personnel are renowned across the world for having the best training, adaptability and dedication. In often harsh and […]
February 24, 2017
Considering a Career in Construction?
BuildForce is a UK-wide alliance of employers, industry bodies and Service charities, supported by Government, that inspires and enables Service Leavers and Veterans to pursue careers in construction, providing a coordinated platform for the construction industry to promote career opportunities and connect with the ex-military community. BuildForce connect ex-Military personnel with Employers who are looking […]
September 8, 2016
Newsletter – 8 September 2016
Hi folks, The kids are back at school and the weather’s taking a turn for the worst but there’s still plenty to be cheerful about. The paralympics have just kicked off, with Team GB hoping to emulate the incredible success of our Olympic team. We posted a list of ex-military athletes in our previous newsletter […]