Author Archives: RWR

About RWR

I have worked for the last 18 years in Recruitment, for the last 14 as Managing Director of a London-based financial services Executive Search boutique which I founded in 2000. So I have seen the hiring process from 3 perspectives: I've been an employer; I've hired employees for other employers; and I have been an employee and job seeker myself. So I have experience on all sides of the fence of the job hunting process - not least as I've had three separate careers myself so have had to do quite a lot of job hunting over the years, picking up some skills along the way. I set up this site as a free resource to help people who are looking for jobs get to grips with basic job hunting skills. And, more selfishly, as somewhere I can point people to when friends and family ask me if I can give advice on how to find a job (to save me having to repeat it for the thousandth time!). If there's anything not covered on this site, please feel free to contact me directly.

How to Find a Job!

This web site is for anyone who is unemployed and wants to find a job.  Or anyone who is in a job they don’t like simply because they don’t know how to find a better one.

It’s probably more for business people than for creative or artistic people as these lucky people are less likely to be employed in ‘jobs’; or, if they are, their portfolios or body of work speak for themselves in a way that a simple CV or job interview could never hope to emulate.

I have laid out the basic structure of this web site.  For the time being most of the pages are empty – that’s because I will be writing them over the next few months.  So please bear with me while I populate the content.

If you have any feedback on the pages I have already written, please leave a comment.