Welcome to our Candidates page
If you’re new to Classic Executive Recruiting and looking for a new position or a change of direction, you can register with us by emailing your resume here
We maintain a substantial, confidential candidate database, and often place people from this resource. As not all recruitment assignments are advertised, when you’re on our database you’ll automatically be considered as a potential candidate. Be assured that your identity and details are held in strict confidence, and will under no circumstances be revealed to another party without your prior consent.
Engineering & Construction
Make sure it’s up to date, run a spell check and if possible attach a cover letter to introduce yourself and what you’re looking for.
If you’re responding to an advertised position and your profile is in line with position requirements, we will endeavour to contact you promptly for initial phone discussion. If we’re in agreement, the next step would be arrange a meeting to discuss the role in detail. For reasons of confidentiality, we do not give out company details prior to interview.
At Interview – We will provide you with an overview of the role and company. Be prepared for frank and open discussion about your present position, your strengths and weaknesses, and your future career goals. We’ll also review your options, and how well this role and organisation are in line with those options.
The Next Step – If you feel that the position is of interest and you would like to proceed further, you’ll be considered for short-listing alongside other interested candidates. Short list details are then sent to our client company for review. If selected, your next meeting will be directly with the company.
Reference Checking – If this meeting goes well, the company likes you and you like the company, then we have something on which to base discussion with 2 or 3 previous employer referees.
The Offer – If you are to be offered the position, we’ll help you through the offer and negotiation process to ensure a best outcome for both yourself and your future employer.