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In the following example, Robert Brown, currently employed as a recreation co-ordinator, is applying for a position as a youth worker in a correctional institution. To position himself effectively, Robert must deal with the following challenges: • The employer may not realize that his qualifications are relevant. • He has no related paid experience. • He anticipates strong competition from experienced applicants and those with related academic qualifications. Robert also knows that he would bring the following assets to the position: • transferable knowledge, skills and abilities from education, volunteer activities, paid work and life experience • excellent knowledge of sports and recreational programs that he can use as a way to relate to youth in correctional facilities • a willingness to live and work in a rural setting, which is a requirement for the job.
What motivates them? • What changes and challenges is the industry facing? • How do people enter this field—both the usual and the unusual approaches? • What are the cyclical patterns of this industry? • What do you like and dislike about this occupation? • What credentials or training programs are most respected within the industry? • Would it be possible for me to job shadow you to learn more about this occupation? • What are the unspoken expectations for people who work in this industry? Advanced Techniques for Work Search © Alberta Employment and Immigration 33 Part 1: Preparing for Your Work Search Deciding what questions to ask worksheet Part 1: Preparing for Your Work Search • What industry organizations or associations would you recommend?
Leadership Skills • Lead technician on award-winning project, cited above. • Lead technician on eight other successful projects, including the Foster Lake Rehabilitation Project, which was completed 18 months sooner than projected due to the innovative use of biological agents. • Selected by peers to represent technical staff on Best Practices committee that developed standardized assessment techniques adopted company-wide. • Organized field plans and staff and equipment assignments for 15 staff members.
Advanced techniques for work search (2008) by Alberta Employment and Immigration (Contributors)