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Describe the main employability, personal and communication skills required when applying for a specific job role.

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Describe the main employability, personal and communication skills required when applying for a specific job role. Employability Skills * Experience in the job - if they already have experience they have a better advantage as they don't need training and they have the knowledge they need to complete the job. For example - if applying to be an administrative assistant experience is preferred as you know what the overview of the job is and you will not need as much, if any training for the position * Research in to the job - If they research the job before they go into the interview they will have more idea about the company and will show they have prepared themselves. For example - if applying to be an administrative assistant then reading the tasks needed to complete the job you may be able to learn them and put them on your CV ...read more.

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For example - if applying to be an administrative assistant then showing you are flexible will show them you can work around the companies needs Personal Skills * Being able to meet targets - if the candidate is good at completing targets and goals it means that the company will be on track and will not be falling behind with whatever isn't met. For example - if applying to be an administrative assistant then targets is a necessary as you need to make sure deadlines are met when completing tasks * Hard working - you need a candidate who is hard working and willing to put in the effort to get the right outcomes the job roles require. For example - if applying to be an administrative assistant then they will be doing the paperwork for the business and you'll need to be able to keep up with the work given to ...read more.

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Work colleagues by working alongside them and being able to communicate in order to complete tasks set * You need to be clear and confident when applying and show the interviewees good communication skills so they know you are the right person for the job role * Beginning able to negotiate is important as you need to be able to get your point across and stand up for yourself to make sure you get the best possible outcome for you and the company, and negotiating means that everyone will get a chance to get what they want or need * You need to be able to handle conflict in an appropriate manner, you need to make sure the situation is calm and that nothing gets out of control and the issue needs to be resolved so the business can go on as normal ?? ?? ?? ?? Millie Taylor Unit 2 P2 ...read more.

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