Searching for a new role can be a time consuming and stressful process – we understand this.
Our interview and screening process is designed to develop a detailed picture of you as a candidate, including your skills, personality, experience and ability. Once we have a clear picture, we then use our unparalleled industry knowledge and networks to start matching you with roles that best suit both your skills and personality.
We take the time to listen to your personal and career goals, and we have a two-way/open conversation to truly understand your needs.
We will work closely with you on every step of the journey. This includes career guidance, CV advice, interview techniques – all the way through to salary negotiation.
Some of the benefits of working with property industry experts like Blake Search Partners include:
Knowledge and understanding of the industry
This will translate to a better understanding of the specific requirements, skills, and qualifications required for various job roles within the property industry. We provide valuable insights and guidance to candidates, helping them to prepare for interviews and present their skills and experience in the most favorable light.
Access to relevant job opportunities:
Because of our professional experience in in the property industry we have established relationships with hiring managers and companies. This means access to job opportunities that are not advertised publicly, and the ability to connect candidates with employers that are actively seeking candidates with specific skills and experience.
Ability to Assess Candidate Fit:
We have a better understanding of the cultural fit and soft skills required for various job roles within the property industry. We can assess a candidate’s suitability for a particular role beyond their technical skills and qualifications, considering factors such as personality, work style, and communication skills.
Career Development Advice:
We provide valuable career development advice, such as highlighting potential career paths, suggesting additional training or qualifications that could enhance a candidate’s prospects, and identifying transferable skills that could be applied in different roles within the property sector.