Have you ever thought about temping as a career choice?

 

Have you ever thought about Temping as a career choice but didn’t know much about it?
Did you know Temporary jobs can last anything from a few days to several months?
So if you’re looking to try out a new line of work or develop some new skills a temp job could be a great place to start.
Or if you’re in between work it can serve as a source of income and prevent gaps in your employment. It can also be a great route to securing a permanent job.
If you’re immediately available, then joining the flexible workforce maybe a great option for you.
Here’s how it works.
Firstly make contact with our experienced team of temporary recruiters here at Clark.
We can chat about temping as an option for you.
We’ll then meet for an interview where we’ll discuss your career history, goals and skills. We’ll agree what type of temporary work will suit you best.
Not all temporary positions will require a client interview, but many will – particularly those of a long term or more senior nature.
It may take a little time to find the role that works for you so do keep us up to date with your availability for work.
We do everything we can to match you with the right type of work.
Once you begin your role with our client you will complete timesheets for hours work and get paid on a weekly basis. Your consultant is there to support you throughout your assignment.
You can contact Sarah, Maire or Michelle on 045 881888 or email careers@clark.ie. We’d be delighted to help you.

 

 

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