The financial sector is not only the most important cornerstone of the Dutch economy, but also the best professional field there is. Thus our drive to select, support and develop the best professionals in this field. Placing professionals in an environment where they can excel, so that they, and the company they work for, can become even more successful.
If you’re such a professional, then take a look at the vacancies we have available below. Our consultants will evaluate your CV and then get in touch with you for more information. Should there be a provisional match, we will look forward to meeting you.
A professional CV
Your Curriculum Vitae is the first impression that a potential new employer will have of you. It says something about your expertise, your work experience and your responsibilities. Your CV is your calling card to be invited for a personal interview.
How do you make a professional CV?
- Make sure that it is clear and easy to read. Work, for example, with paragraphs and summaries. Keep your sentences short and to the point.
- Customise your CV per application with the most relevant work experience. It may be useful to make a basic CV for yourself containing all of your work experience, from which you can extract the most important elements each time.
- Go into relevant detail about the skills that are expected.
- Ensure that your CV is in line with your profile on LinkedIn or other social media.
- Add a representative photo of yourself.
A professional interview
A good interview means that you have been able to convey your added-value to the potential new employer and that you have gotten a clear idea of the function, the expectations and the opportunities.
How are you going to prepare yourself for your interview as thoroughly as possible?
- Make sure you know where you are applying; what does the company do, what products or services do they provide and who will you be working with?
- Look for your interviewers on LinkedIn.
- If you have any questions beforehand, write them down and ask them during the interview.
- Avoid negative comments about previous employers.
- Plan to be at your interview 15 minutes early, so that you can still be on time in the event of a minor delay.
- After the interview, feel free to ask them their impressions of you, of other candidates, what will happen next and when you should expect to hear back from them.
- Make sure you look well-groomed. Smart, ironed clothes and polished shoes are a must.