News - Newsletter - 22 December 2011
Posted: 22/12/2011 11:18 | News Home
So - our final Newsletter before Christmas - and the final one for 2011. It's got news and a special offer and events and a Christmas Joke. What more could you want from a the newsletter? Oh, er yeah - we've got a load of jobs vacancies too! From everyone at Ex-Mil Recruitment - Have a great Christmas and a Brilliant New Year - and stay safe in 2012.
If you have any suggestions or ideas for items you'd like us to include, or any feedback on the newsletter — good or otherwise, please email us at:...press@ex–mil.co.uk.
New Jobs since the last Newsletter
P/T Management Consultant (487jc) Home Based £600-700 per day
Technical Author (Senior) (486ne) Berkshire £26,540 - £33,840
Project Planning Engineer (Senior) (485ne) Berkshire £36,200 - 46,155
Operations Control Engineer (Senior) (484ne) Berkshire £26,540 - £33,840
Electrical Engineer (Senior) (483ne) Berkshire £33,350 - £42,525
Director of Outdoor Education Berkhamsted School
Facility Engineer (481ne) Berkshire £26,990 - £56,700
Configuration Engineer (480jc) Berkshire £27,450 - £35,000
Coming Home Assistant Campaign Co-Ordinator (478jc) London, Victoria £26,000
Generator Mechanic (473jc) West Sussex + Significant world wide travel £25-30,000 + Benefits
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Here we like to include things for you to visit, attend, donate to or get involved in, should you choose to.
Want to help The Military Wives Choir get to Number 1?
Military Flight Training — 13–15 March, 2012 Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London, UK
UK Border Security 2012 — 09:00, 14 Mar 2012 RUSI, Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET
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New Year...New Career
It is anticipated that the New Year will see an increase in the number of opportunities available in the job market.In order that you may benefit from this increased activity it is imperative that you differentiate yourself and stand out from the crowd.Plan Your Career has successfully assisted a number of ex-military personnel over the past few months in moving into the private sector.
As a result of this and the increase in activity we are offering a further discount until 31st January 2011 on the product outlined below:
Job Assistance Programme — £99 inc. VAT
New Discount — £65.00 until 31st January 2012
- A full career consultation over the telephone for a minimum 45 minutes
- Production of a newly formatted ‘key achievements’ based curriculum vitae
- Follow up consultation including advice on job boards, recruitment agencies and direct applications
- Three 20 minute interview training consultations
- Assistance with package negotiation
Leaving The Forces — Ex–Mil Interviews
As you may have seen in one of our previous newsletters, we like to hear about your experiences of leaving the Armed Forces, as a way of helping others prepare to do the same. So, if any of you are willing to be interviewed about how you have planned your exit; what you have learned and the successes you have had, we'd love to hear from you. Email us at:...firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!
Like all people who are involved in flying vehicles through the sky, Father Christmas has to have a pilot's license. That means regular visits by examiners from the Civil Aviation Authority.
Well, shortly before the Christmas in question, an examiner turned up from the CAA to test Father Christmas' skills as a pilot and check out his sledge.
Father Christmas had made sure his paperwork was in order, given his sledge a good cleaning and made sure the reindeer were in good shape and was quite confident that he would pass the examination okay, as he always had before.
The examiner looked through all the paperwork and had no problems with that. He walked slowly around the sledge, kicking the runners as he went along. He checked the harnesses, checked the reindeer's feet, did some power/weight ratio calculations and generally gave the impression that he was happy with everything.
Then came the pilot evaluation. Father Christmas climbed into the sledge, fastened his seat harness, checked the gauge panel and said a few encouraging words to the reindeer. Then the examiner climbed onboard and Father Christmas was astonished to see that he was carrying a shotgun.
"What are you going to do with that?" said Father Christmas, with more than a little concern.
"I shouldn't tell you this, but we have to see how you handle this craft when you lose an engine on take-off."
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