Jobseeker

  • The Lowdown On Marketing In Technology 2018
    Marketing within the Technology Sector returned this April for a breakfast and it did not disappoint. Check out what happened on the morning as well as some of the key takeaways here:
  • Phone interviews are nothing to worry about, but it’s important to be well-equipped and prepared for the possibility of one, especially if you really want the job or grad scheme that might lie at the end of the road. So, you wanted some tips?
  • Interviews are challenging at the best of times, but even more so if English isn't your first language. Check out these brilliant tips on how to ace your next English language interview:
  • With just a couple of months to go until you’re finished, what skills are going to help you when looking for your first graduate marketing job? 
  • It’s all about the Easter Egg Hunts. There are lots of Egg Hunts and activities for the kids to get involved in over the Easter Bank Holiday, but what about us? Here at OMJ we are all big kids and don’t think the adults should miss out.
  • To show our support for cake, something we’ve had a longstanding relationship with here at OMJ, we thought we’d share our top 4 reasons why cake in the office should be an essential. It’s lit.
  • Whether you are looking for a marketing job or need to hire qualified professionals, the following information about multi-platform marketing will be useful.
  • The differences between working for a not-for-profit and working in the private sector can be stark, and you might find that you have a natural affinity for one or the other. We want to bring you our top 5 reasons why you should consider a charity job as your next major career move: 
  • We’ve come to your rescue bored, abandoned office worker. As the Beast from the East sweeps the UK, we reveal our top tips for a snow day in the office:
  • Because no one likes to throw shade for not understanding bae. It's important AF to be able to communicate with your staff. It's lit. Bible.
  • Everyone is human and gets tired of routine, whether this be in your diet, your lifestyle, or your job, so it’s important to do something different to remain motivated and happy.
  • Sounds like a deep question, but have you ever thought about this? We've reached out to some of our colleagues to find out what they think and to see what elements matter to understanding why we're here:
  • Check out our tips for each day of the week to help you lead a happier, more fulfilled life at work. It might not be as terrible as you think it is and small changes can make a huge difference:
  • 2018 is here and I'm looking forward to how my year will pan out. Right now, I feel fresh and organised, but we all know that won’t last long. Lists grow and plans change. It is important to prioritise, so find that motivation and do everything you want to do this year.
  • Deciding to start searching for a new job is major decision, especially if you've been in your job for a long time! We've created this series to show you that it is, in fact, a piece of cake. Start your journey today:
  • The first day in a new job can be pretty nerve-wracking but it should be exciting too! To make sure you make a good first impression, we've compiled this list of things you should NOT do on day one:
  • We stumbled across this brilliant infographic from Office Depot which delves into the world of CVs who provide some real insight into what's going on internationally: 
  • It can be tempting to jump in and give a big fat yes in the first instance, but it’s really important that you consider all corners of the offer and ensure that you know everything there is to know about the role and company that you might be joining. We’ve compiled our top tips on what we think ...
  • The job offer might not be what you expected, and it might be that you need to move the goal posts slightly. Check out our top tips on how to do this:
  • We know that this is not one of the easiest aspects of the jobseeker journey, but to be honest, it’s probably one of the most important! We’ve come up with a few tips to help you get started and to hopefully give you the motivation you’re looking for: