Posts Tagged ‘cv profile’

Top 10 Jobhunting Tips for recent Graduates

You’ve been spending the last 3 – 4 years working through your days, nights, holidays, birthdays and Christmases – you name it, you had to take time out to study. But you’ve finally made it! Finally holding that “Graduate” status, it’s been a long hard slog, but you’ve done it. Now you’re about to enter [Read More]

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Whitechapel Mission : Fundraising Monopoly Challenge

Yesterday, Boyce Recruitment participated in the “Monopoly Challenge”, organised by the The Whitechapel Mission, a homeless charity in London. For those of you who know us, you will have hard about this wonderful charity before as they hold a very special place in our hearts. Under the London sun, the goal was to race to [Read More]

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Top CV tip for applying for a job in Analytics.

Getting the content of your cv right is so important when applying for jobs in Data Analytics. The roles we cover in this area include forecasting, statistical analysis, marketing analytics & optimisation, data science, web analytics and data management. We work with a variety of companies (large and small) and they all ask for the [Read More]

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Meet Bobby : Affiliate Sales Manager TV Industry

This week we interview an Affiliate Sales Manager in the broadcast sector. Bobby is responsible for the development of international new business opportunities for an International Entertainment Network of digital television channels within the Satellite, Cable, IPTV, Closed Network and Mobile industries, with particular emphasis on pan-European and African linear carriage  Why is your role [Read More]

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