On the very top of the list of your priorities when looking for new jobs in Glasgow, the first thing to do is to stop of and register at your local jobcentre. This is important as you need to ensure you get the right benefits paid to you and to set you up on the road to finding new employment. you can find a list of Glasgow jobcentre plus offices here.
While you are in the jobcentre for the first time ensure that you look at all there latest vacancies as they get them coming in each day. Also check their website on a daily basis when you are at home or if you don't have a pc the local library have them and you can use then for free if you are a member.
Once this has been done you should then check all the job agencies in Glasgow that we have listed on this site and ensure that you have revisited your CV and made sure it is fully updated with no gaps (employers hate to see gaps on a CV) and that you have a draft of a covering letter so you dont have to keep creating a new one from scratch each time you apply for a job. Then when you register with the Glasgow job agencies you can give them the CV straight away, in , person or send it by email. They will also ask you for you national insurance number as well as valid id like a passport.
The next step will be to check the numerous other job websites that are available with freshly updated jobs in Glasgow . Websites like Gumtree are excellent for this. Then you should also register with major jobsearch websites like monster.com and reeds. They have a huge data base of glasgow jobs plus you can also upload you CV directly to them which enables any prospective employer to view your credentials.
In recent times, many of the UK's major companies now advertise vacancies on their own websites so you should also check them regularly to see what they have to offer. You should also write to them even if they do not advertise a current vacancy as this shows that you are eager and showing initiative and this is always a good quality an employer will watch out for so it can do you no harm.
Finally you should regularly check as many local papers as is possible, even the free ones that come through your door whether you like them or not! Don't forget, some of the major national papers also have several pages of job opportunities on a Thursday so its always worth checking them too.
By following all of the steps you will greatly increase the chances of landing yourself a new job. Always try to be proactive, optimistic and well presented and you will find that you will stand a much better chance than job seekers who are not following this advice. Happy job seeking and good luck
JOB AGENCIES IN GLASGOW