compensation: Negotiable DOE/modest agency fees. I propose to pay non-agency specialists what I charge as a freelancer.
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Specialist job placement assistance sought for a person with disabilities. To see whether you can help, please review these questions:
Do you provide services other than standard resume repair and interview coaching?
Are you experienced with administering career assessments?
Can you recommend specific free or low-cost courses?
Have you served mature clients in career transition?
Have you placed employees that aren't public- or client-facing?
Have you assisted clients who have unusual skill sets?
Do you have contacts within WorkBC and/or the hidden employment market?
Have you helped non-cookie-cutter people land productive jobs?
If you represent an agency, does it charge low-cost fees to job seekers or offer services gratis? Does your agency offer 100% remote/telecommute opportunities to its clients?
Have you secured placements for people with multiple disabilities--including but not limited to mobility concerns?
If you've answered "yes" to these questions, please keep reading; you might be just the person I'm looking for.
I'm a new (albeit mature) Canadian in career transition, and I'm in need of specialist employment placement services ASAP given my disability status and the length of my search to date. I have an edited resume, a website, and covering letter language. I'm looking for 100% remote employment if possible, and I'm open to a variety of job types, including virtual entry-level postings and internships. I'm on LinkedIn, BCjobs.ca, WorkBC, Indeed, Monster, and several other job boards, but I've received very few callbacks, and I need your help. Can you oblige?
To apply, please send a resume and covering letter. Cite specific examples of your work with persons who have multiple disabilities.
Bonus points if you can guess my occupation and temperament. Perceptive people impress me.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers