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SCR has a variety of exceptional positions for you. At SCR, employees will be offered and paid benefit packages based on their qualifications and value to our customers. It is easy to do business with competent employees, and SCR believes in providing the best qualified candidates for the job and retaining them by treating them ‘right’ with the appropriate pay scale and benefits.

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Why wouldn’t you like to join a company that:

• Puts your desires first?
• Listens to you and your concerns?
• Values your hard work, devotion and enthusiasm?
• Trains you to perform your job at your
best ability?
• Provides you with safety training?
• Offers you a range of benefits?

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How to Dress for Success

1. At an interview with a potential employer, it's important to look your best and a suit is preferred. If you dress professionally, your potential employer should not have to address this with you, or be concerned with it while making a final decision on the position.

2. Women, be cautious of neck lines, length of skirts, sleeveless shirts, and sling back, backless, or sandal type shoes. Men, make sure to wear a tie and that your shoes are polished and clean.

3. Do not wear excessive jewelry, perfume/cologne, or accessories. These things can create a diversion from you - the candidate.

4. It is always better to be overdressed rather than underdressed when starting a new assignment. This increases your level of professionalism. Then, look around to see how the rest of the department and company are dressed for a guideline.

5. Neatness counts - it shows that you have pride in yourself and that you are taking the position very seriously.

Interviewing for Success


Preparation is the key!



• Allow plenty of time to get there
• Know the exact place and time of the meeting, and the proper
pronunciation of the interviewer's full name
• Research the company thoroughly
• Look your best! Wear conservative professional attire
• Prepare the night before and get plenty of rest
• Be confident, and arrive with extra copies of your resume and references

Interview Tips

• Arrive on time (or ten minutes early)
• Greet your interviewer with Mr/Ms and their last name, and have a firm
handshake
• Fill out the application neatly and fully
• Posture is the key - sit upright and look the interviewer in the eye at all times
• Focus on your skills and background that relate to the position
• Be truthful

Interview Don'ts

• Always explain your answers fully - never answer just ‘yes’ or ’no’
• Sell yourself - don't rely on your resume to sell you
• Don't over elaborate your responses to questions
• Never make negative remarks about your current or past employers
• Don't inquire about salary, benefits, vacation, or other benefits unless you are confident the employer is seriously interested in hiring you

Closing the interview

• Reiterate your interest in the job and the company by asking about the next
step in the process
• Always remain upbeat, professional, and poised. A positive attitude goes a long
way

Be prepared to answer difficult questions such as:

• What interests you about our company or this role?
• How would you describe your recent job performance?
• Tell me about your greatest accomplishment and challenge
• Tell me about your strengths and weaknesses
• Tell me about your most difficult boss, and how you handled him/her
• Where do you see yourself in ten years’ time?

Resume Writing for Success

Resumes give employers a critical first impression of you. A well written resume cannot guarantee you a job, but a poorly written one can take you out of the running. Proofreading your resume and keeping your resume up to date are important toward gaining the career opportunity you are seeking.
Tips

• Express your interest and explain clearly why your skills
and experience are a good fit for the position
• Keep sentences and paragraphs short
• Keep your resume to one page if at all possible
• Take advantage of your computer's spell check function, and then proofread
carefully. Ask a friend to proofread your resume as well
• Prepare a reverse chronological resume, if possible, by beginning with your most recent job
• Always use bulleted statements, not paragraphs, to describe your job duties
• Be accurate and truthful
• Summarize the technologies, including hardware, software and databases that
you have used in your career
• Always focus your resume on your experience and education including activities
with professional, trade and civic associations, and special skills you have
developed if they relate to the job opportunity

Don'ts

• Don't use ‘I’ in any part of the resume
• Always avoid long sentences
• Don't include an objective on your resume unless it’s written specifically with the
job opening in mind
• Don't give reasons for leaving a job
• Don't include personal information unrelated to your work experience and/or education
• Don't list references or state: ‘References available on request.’ The interviewer
will assume that you will provide these contacts when asked
• Don't list your high school education if you're a college graduate
• Don't provide salary information in the resume. Either include this information in the cover letter, if requested by the potential employer, or wait to discuss it in
the interview
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