The Job Search Organizer provides an outline for counselor-client interaction and job-search skill building. The main purpose of this workbook is to gain a high level of client participation in the job search.
The organizer takes counselors and clients step-by step through a skill identification process and job search that includes traditional job-search methods as well as an original design for networking. The Organizer helps manage the everyday job search, providing space for making assignments, taking notes, and keeping track of information and important employer contacts.
Counselors and job search specialists will find the Job-Search Organizer easy to follow with information and helpful hints throughout from experts in the job-search field.
NOTE – This workbook is a great tool for individuals who are searching for a job or searching for a better job. It will take you by the hand through each step in the process of finding the right job for you.
Gerald K Well, Ph.D. and Asheley D Wells, MS, CRC both have extensive experience in the rehabilitation counseling field. Dr Wells is the owner of Wells & Associates and has worked in this field for over 30 years. Ms Wells is his daughter and has worked in the field for 9 years. These professionals have written books about the job they do each week. They know what it takes to be a successful rehabilitation counselor and they are sharing that knowledge through their books. (www.rehablitationcounselingbooks.com)
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Job Search Organizer Table of Contents
Purpose of the “Job-Search Organizer” pg 4
The Job-Seeker’s Creed pg 5
Part A – Making a Vocational Choice pg 6
Selecting a Vocational Objective pg 12
Skills and Accomplishments pg 14
Educational Skills pg17
Work Skills pg 20
My Vocational Choice pg 23
Part B – Explore Traditional & Hidden Job Markets pg 26
Introduction pg 27
The Traditional Job Markets pg 28
State Employment Service pg 29
Private Employment Agencies pg 30
Part C – Tools of the Job Search pg 31
The Employment Resume pg 32
Making Direct Contact with Employers pg 35
Part D – Networking for Jobs pg 39
Network for Jobs in the Hidden Job Market pg 40
The Covenant pg 41
Part E – Job Search & Application Tracking pg 47
Job Leads pg 48
Applications Submitted pg 55
Part F – Assignments pg 60
Part G – Personal Notes pg 65
Other Books by the Authors pg 72