Calling all our Medical Job Seekers

As you are currently in the Medical jobs market in Ireland, it is very important you are aware of the Recruitment ‘Best Practice’ Guidelines This is to ensure if you are using a Recruitment Agency that you are being treated in the most professional manner and being correctly represented using … Continue reading

A danger spot on your Curriculum Vitae

Job seekers please be aware of a danger spot on your Curriculum Vitae (CV) - Remove your Referee details first before sending your CV in to the general public This mistake has been made often recently and only picked up by a call to the job seeker from one of their … Continue reading

Jackie Brown Medical launches new website!

We have just celebrated our 4th Birthday @ Jackie Brown Medical and have given the Business a Birthday present of a fresh and fabulous new website which it deserved! We now have movement, interraction and life on our site. We have a Social Media aspect We have used our job … Continue reading

You cannot submit a CV without a Personal Profile

Your Personal Profile on your CV is essential in today’s jobs market – you cannot submit your CV for a job without one. When a potential employer receives an average of 50 CV’s today for 1 job, your Personal Profile can be the determining factor as to whether he/she will … Continue reading

Your Best Foot Forward

When reviewing or re-doing your CV, stop and rethink it. You need to think of your CV as your representative on first look! Put your best foot forward with your CV. Do not tweek your CV to the job, rather include the relevant details in each position you have held … Continue reading

It’s All in the Details

Whether you are applying for a Medical Sales job, a Nursing Job or a job in the Medical Device industry, your CV says everything about you from first glance. Whether you get that second glance depends on the contents of your CV. It’s all in the details you have provided. … Continue reading

It pays to be nice!

It pays to be nice! Simple manners go a long way when dealing with people you meet in recruitment. How often have you found yourself in a situation where you helped a person not seeking a reward but for the simple pleasure of  being nice or to help a person out of … Continue reading