Stirling Careers Consultancy will support you from the moment you decide to make a job application for a particular role through to completing it.
Ensure your job application stands out
We help you write a powerful supporting statement reflecting the requirements of the particular job for which you are applying. We will give you hints and tips on how to successfully complete an online application form. We will help you structure your supporting statement giving examples and ensuring you address all the selection criteria and you answer all the other questions.
"Very useful and tailored to our needs and career prospects"
“Very useful! The possible questions were useful.”
“Thank you for your follow up and for taking the time in these months to help me and support me with my professional development. It was very productive for me and I feel I improved a lot. I have became more confident about my potential and skills.”
“Very informative and easy to engage and listen.”
London Workshop Client
"The course was informative and educational. I now feel positive in planning my career path and next steps"
How does it work?
- Firstly, we would organise a free initial telephone consultation to find out what job you want to apply for
- We would ask you to send through a copy of the job description and person specification and focus on the supporting statement of your application
- We would then go through the person specification with you talking to you about your approach to writing a supporting statement and discussing possible examples you can give to meet the selection criteria.
- We will then arrange a day and time to meet either in person, online or have a telephone conversation with you to go through your first draft
The cost of helping you put an application form for a private individual is £115. (Private individual) (Not subject to VAT).
If you are interested in finding out more about the job application process please contact Alistair Stirling.
Alistair Stirling is a registered careers adviser with over 20 years’ experience of supporting people back into employment.