To iron out some of the kinks in your hiring process why not survey someone who went through the process? New hires can be very important in making improvements to your hiring process. Ere Media’s Dr. John Sullivan helps with the frustrating parts of the recruiting process.
When revising a cover letter some people want to get it perfect but by doing that they might be obsessing over the wrong things. Overall the content is more important than how it looks. The Muse’s Richard Moy explains some of the most stressed over yet not important details of a cover letter.
Job description The Senior Research Scientist’s principal responsibility is the design, development, validation and implementation of analytical procedures. The scientist is expected to provide significant contributions to the problems assigned, and to demonstrate an ability to solve problems. This individual will team others in the laboratory and also operate independently on projects. Key Functions will… Read more »
Job description This Boston area based position is ideal for a candidate with a strong background in the bio-manufacturing field. One of the main duties of this position is to act as an expert for downstream processes. This position has an opportunity to lead a technology transfer from clients to development groups. This position also… Read more »
Asking the right questions to ask potential employees is important in the hiring process. But knowing what kind of questions to ask can be a bit tricky. Chicago Tribune’s Arash Asli can help by giving some great examples of ‘smart’ questions to ask interviewees.
Are you having trouble perfecting your resume? Resumes are probably the first thing a company sees representing you. It is important that it is clear and current. The Muse has multiple templates to choose from here.
In today’s competitive job market it can be difficult to attract potential employees. Tech.Co gives their insight on how companies can attract candidates with their own company culture.
You got your foot in the door with the interview but now you’re playing the waiting game and don’t know what to do next. Don’t worry, The Muse’s Jenny Foss has the perfect tips to following up with what she likes to call, “non-annoying ways to follow up after an interview.”
Going through references can be difficult and even painful at times. Although it isn’t the most glamorous part of the hiring process sometimes it is necessary to find out what kind of worker this candidate is. To help sift through the references, TLNT’s Dianna Booher gives her step by step process.
Not the best writing? Having trouble submitting a writing sample for a dream job? The Muse’s Sara McCord shares her tips on how to wow the hiring manager reading your writing sample.